February 18, 2002
Susan Beasy Latto, Director of Public Relations 218 726-8830
Judith Trolander, Professor, UMD Department of History 218 726-8271
UMD Brown Bag Series Presents
Duluth School Board Member Mary Cameron
February 20 at Noon
Topic: "Women and People of Color in Duluth and in the Public Schools"
UMD Urban Studies Program and the UMD Center for Community and Regional Research presents the first in their 2002 Spring Semester Brown Bag series on Wednesday, February 20 from noon to 1 p.m. In UMD Kirby Student Center Rooms 355-357.
Featured speaker will be Duluth School Board member Mary Cameron. Her topic will be "Women and People of Color in Duluth and in the Public Schools".
The public is cordially invited. Admission is free.
Upcoming in the UMD Urban Studies/Center for Community and Regional Research Brown Bag series are:
March 27--Noon--Kirby 323--Head of Mayor's Economic
Steering Committee, James McGinnis speaking on:
" A Businessman's Perspective on What's Right and Wrong with Duluth"
355-Head of UMD Urban Studies Department, Larry Knopp speaking on:
" Geographies of Sexuality in the Twin Ports"
April 17--Noon--Kirby 323--Superior
Mayor Sharon Kotter speaking on:
" Why Superior? Perspectives on Urban issues"