Lecture To Feature Faculty Expert From George Mason

March 18, 2003

by Brent J. Atema, Student Newswriter

Dr. Molly E. Davis, the director of field education and associate professor at George Mason University, will present a lecture on ethnic and intergenerational issues from 3 to

4:30 p.m. in the White-Beckham Room in the Bill Daniel Student Center on the Baylor University campus.

Davis' lecture-- "Ethnicity and Intergenerational Issues: A Life Course Perspective" -- is free and open to the public.

Davis, who also is involved in the Strengthening Aging and Gerontology Education for Social Work (SAGE-SW) project, received her masters of social work degree from Tulane University and her doctorate from Florida State University. Her areas of specialization include human behavior in the social environment, child welfare, adolescent issues, gerontology and at-risk children and families.

The lecture is sponsored by the Hartford Geriatric Enrichment Project, Baylor University School of Social Work and the University Lecturers Committee.

For more information, contact Marilyn Gusukuma, project coordinator for the Institute of Gerontological Studies in the School of Social Work, at 710-6400.

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