Frostburg State University will continue its free weekly forums named for James Hadra, a long-time Frostburg State faculty member, volunteer at WFWM and community leader in the arts, to honor his positive influence on the community and his love of conversation and ideas.
All the talks will be Mondays at noon in Ort Library room 237 and are free and open to the public. Each program will last 50 minutes. Attendees are encouraged to bring a bag lunch; coffee and tea will be provided.
This semester’s programs are as follows:
Sept. 12, Sally Stephenson, “Jim Hadra: Mentor.”
Sept. 19, James Saku, “Ethnic Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa.”
Sept. 26, Jenny Davis, Deputy Field Director, and Preetmohan Singh, Senior Policy Analyst, The Interfaith Alliance, Washington, D.C., “Hate As an American Value.”
Oct. 3, Kara Rogers-Thomas, “Mining the Folklore of Maryland’s Mountains.”
Oct. 10, Spencer Deakin, “Alcohol and Drug Issues.”
Oct. 17, Wayne Yoder, “Prison Ministry through Horticulture.”
Oct. 24, Greg Latta, “A Live Performance of Acoustic Music.”
Oct. 31, Harry Stegmaier, “In Search of Trains: 1966-2000.”
Nov. 7, Steve Simpson, “George W. Bush & the Modern Presidency.”
Nov. 14, Gene Harris, “How to be a Smart Auto/Home Insurance Consumer.”
Nov. 21, Bob Doyle, “Absenteeism and Inattention: Two Sides of the Same Coin.”
Nov. 28, Judy Dieruf, “Creativity and the Visual Arts: What Is It and How Is It Developed?”
Dec. 5, Ken Braitman, “Forging Ahead: The Creative Process.”
The forum is sponsored by Catholic Campus Ministries, United Campus Ministries and Hillel. For more information, contact Rev. Larry Neumark at 301-687-7490.
FSU is committed to making all of its programs, services and activities accessible to persons with disabilities. You may request accommodations through the ADA Compliance Office at 301-687-4102, TDD 301-687-7955.
For further information on this release, contact:
Office of News and Media Services
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532-2303