'Influential Leaders and Thinkers' Series Offered at UWFox
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What makes some of the world’s greatest thinkers and leaders so influential? Why are some individuals revered through the ages while others have disappeared into the obscurity of history? Learn more about numerous legendary personalities and influential leaders, through a series offered by the Office of Continuing Education at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley.
The “Influential Thinkers and Leaders” series is offered on six Tuesday nights beginning in mid-February and running through the end of March, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in room #1346 on the Menasha campus. Each session is taught by a UWFox faculty member who is a subject matter expert.
Series sessions include “Sigmund Freud,” presented by Dr. Rex Hieser (Associate Professor of Psychology) on February 15; “Golda Meir,” discussed by Dr. Jean Berger (Assistant Professor of History) on February 22; “Muhammad Ali,” presented by Dr. Scott Emmert (Assistant Professor of English) on March 1; “Franklin Delano Roosevelt,” featured by Dr. Steven Sheehan (Assistant Professor of History) on March 8; “Susan B. Anthony,” discussed by George Waller (Assistant Professor of Political Science) on March 15; and, “Charles Darwin,” presented by Dr. Dubear Kroening (Assistant Professor of Biology) on March 29.
Cost is $15 per session, or $69 for the entire series. For more information, please contact Cathy Paynter at the UWFox Office of Continuing Education, 832-2636 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. On-line registration is available at www.uwfox.uwc.edu/conted/.