Oxford presents "Leadership, Service and Character"
Associate professor of sociology Mike McQuaide and Chaplain Sammy Clark
the featured speakers at "Oxford: Leadership, Service and Character" to
Tuesday, Feb. 7, from 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. in Cox Hall Rooms 1 and 2.
continuees, faculty and staff who are Oxford alumni and parents of
former and future Oxford students are invited. Lunch will be served, and
program will begin at noon. Tickets are $6 faculty/staff; $3 students.
prizes will be awarded. RSVP by Feb. 3 to Mellie Davis at 784-8414 or
Women's Center forming Motherless Daughters support group
The Women's Center has announced that it is forming a support group for
faculty, staff and students of all ages who have lost their mothers. The
concept of a Motherless Daughters support group was inspired by Kate
book, Motherless Daughters. Facilitated by Kate Hauk, a United Church of
minister, storyteller and pastoral counselor, the support group will meet
the Women's Center. Dates and times for meetings will be determined by
schedules of those who sign up. There is no cost for the support group.
the Women's Center at 727-2000 for further information.
Kellermann to discuss gun ownership
Arthur Kellermann, associate professor of emergency medicine and director
the Center for Injury Control at the Rollins School of Public Health,
discuss "Gun Ownership: Considering the Context for Responsible Choice"
of the Herndon Lectures in Professional Ethics on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 6
Winship Ballroom, Dobbs Center.
Topics Kellermann plans to address include whether keeping a gun for
protection makes sense for a particular individual and his or her family;
whether growing numbers of firearms contribute to violent crime in the
community; and whether large numbers of armed citizens serve as an
deterrent to even higher rates of violent crime.
A $5 donation is requested for a light buffet beginning at 6 p.m. The
will begin approximately at 6:45 p.m. Reservations should be made by
Feb. 3, by calling the Ethics Center at 727-1789.
Women's Center offers drop-in counseling
The Women's Center is sponsoring a drop-in hour for women staff, students
faculty with Ellen Zucrow of the Emory Counseling Center on Tuesdays from
a.m.- noon. Zucrow will provide private and confidential consultation and
will make referrals if desired. No appointment is needed. For more