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Susan Angus, director of Commission on Voluntary Service and Action in New York, will speak on “Volunteer Service in the 21st Century: Strengthening Non-Government, Community-Based Volunteer Organizations through your Involvement,” noon tomorrow in Interfaith Chapel, Hogg Hall.

Lunch may be brought or purchased for $3.

Angus will discuss opportunities for summer, semester-long, and year-long non-governmental volunteer service and action. Commission on Voluntary Service and Action publishes Invest Yourself, a handbook of opportunities for service throughout the world.

Other scheduled noon Friday brown bags at Interfaith Chapel include:

  • Feb. 7: Steven Lammers, Helen H.P. Manson Professor of the English Bible, on “Clonaid and the Raelians: The Business of Religion and Cloning on Cloning
  • Feb. 14: Kenneth Briggs, visiting part-time instructor of English, on the crisis in the Catholic Church
  • Feb. 21: “Good Friday and the Trial of Jesus,” Rabbi Michael Cook, Hebrew Union College
  • Feb. 28: “The Life of Mary McCleod Bethune,” Samuel Hay, visiting professor of government and law
  • March 7: Professor Jane Turk on “Computer Privacy and Ethics since 9/11”
  • March 14: Helena Silverstein, associate professor of government and law, on “The Supreme Court and Affirmative Action in Higher Education”
  • March 28: “Date Rape Drugs and Club Drugs — The New Epidemic”
  • April 4: Alternative School Break trip reports
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