Share Your Knowledge With the Speakers Bureau
September 3, 2008
Were you doing interesting research over the summer? Did you write a new book? Travel somewhere unique? What are you passionate about? The citizen’s of New Hampshire and the UNH Speakers Bureau: Engaging Experts program want to hear about it.
The Speakers Bureau is an outreach program of the university, connecting outstanding faculty and staff experts with opportunities to educate and impact the lives of New Hampshire citizen’s with speaking engagements for non-profits and civic groups around the state. During the 2007-2008 year, UNH speakers participated in more than 130 engagements reaching more than 4,500 citizens.
All faculty and staff are encouraged to become involved and share their expertise. For more information visit http://www.unh.edu/presidentialevents/speakersbureau/getaspeaker.cfm. To sign up with the Speakers Bureau go to http://www.unh.edu/presidentialevents/speakersbureau/speakerinfo_form.cfm.
To find out where your colleagues are speaking.
For more information, contact program coordinator Nora Molloy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 2-4401.
Joanne Curran-Celentano of the animal and nutritional sciences department speaking at the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Conference on Aging, May 2008
Dean Dan Innis of the Whittemore School and Kate Hanson of the Thompson School’s Community Leadership Program each presented at the Annual Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism in Concord, May, 2008.