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Kill It To Save It, Is Going Global

Monday, February 5, 2018
6:00 pm
Upham 001 Hall

A part of Miami University’s 2018 Penny Lecture Series. 

Rodney Coates, professor of in the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies and director of Black World Studies, brings the speakers to campus for his class “Critical Inquiry and Penny Lecture Series,” The theme of this year’s series is Global Identities and Social Movements , and all of the lectures are at 6 p.m. in 001 Upham Hall. Talks are free and open to the public.

Dolgon became Stonehill's first director of the new Office of Community-Based Learning after serving 10 years as professor and chair of Worcester State College's Sociology department as well as the director of its Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement. An expert in several areas of sociology and service learning, Dolgon is the author of 3 books, including the forthcoming Living Sociology: Social Problems, Service Learning, and Civic Engagement. He has also written numerous articles and book reviews which have appeared in anthologies, journals, and magazines. His prior teaching appointments include Harvard University, where he was a visiting professor from 2000-2003, and Clark University.

Corey W. Dolgon
Corey W. Dolgon
Professor of Sociology, Stonehill College