Social Responsibility: Whose Responsibility Is It?
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Mead
Join us for the upcoming interactive forum.
March 19, 2014 — Reading Is Fundamental: Literacy in Our Schools and Around the Globe
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Location: The panels will be located at Empire State College locations across the state and video conferenced to your local center. You can participate in the video conference at any one of the college’s regional centers or watch the live stream on a computer by going to www.esc.edu/esc-tv.
*Niagara Frontier Students can participate at the Cheektowaga Center
Reading Is Fundamental: Literacy in Our Schools and Around the Globe
Literacy has great importance to individuals not only for the sake of gaining education and attaining career aspirations, but it is also important for citizens to become life-long learners who will contribute to global development. A panel of faculty, headed by Kevin Woo (Metro), from across the state will address issues pertinent to this topic.
Online resources are available for this forum.
“No matter how busy you may think you are, you must find time for reading, or surrender yourself to self-chosen ignorance.” — Confusius
Sign up online to attend the forum (either at a center or online) by March 18, 2014. Space is limited.
Contact Kameylah Hakim at 716-686-7800, ext. 3858 or email@example.com.
Panelists for the Upcoming Forum
- Kevin Woo, mentor in the science, mathematics and technology area of study (Metropolitian Center – Manhattan)
- Mark Abendroth, mentor, Master of Arts in Teaching, School for Graduate Studies and Metropolitian Center – Manhattan
- Troy Jones, mentor in the educational studies area of study (Long Island Center – Staten Island)
- Dianne Ramdelholl, mentor, Master of Arts in Adult Learning, School for Graduate Studies and Harry Van Arsdale Center for Labor Studies
This information is reprinted from the ESC.edu website