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Dean's Distinguished Guest: Clay Warren, Chauncey M. Depew Professor of Communications
Start Date: 3/5/2014Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Date: 3/5/2014End Time: 1:30 PM


Join the Graduate School of Education and Human Development and Dean Michael J. Feuer for a special presentation and discussion with Dr.Clay Warren, Chauncey M. Depew Professor of Communication and Chair of the Department of Organizational Sciences and Communication at the George Washington University. Dr. Warren will discuss issues and ideas from his recent book, The School for Life: N.F.S. Grundtvig on Education for the People, including an overview of the Danish philosopher and educator N.F.S. Grundtvig and of adult education around the world. He will also explore Grundtvig's ideas about a school for life and address why his ideas continue to be important in today's world.   
Location: Marvin Center Room 308. Lunch will be served. 

Please register at http://warrenatgsehd.eventbrite.com

CLAY WARREN: (Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder, 1976; B.S., United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, 1968) is Chauncey M. Depew Professor of Communication and Chair of the Department of Organizational Sciences & Communication at The George Washington University.   Dr. Warren has researched various topics including family sex communication, straight and crooked strategies of influence, early memories and communication patterns, and lifelong learning.  Recently, he has been presenting a copyrighted talk—“You’re Soaking in It: Persuasion & Subconscious Influence”—at such venues as the Smithsonian Institution and the CIA.  Prior to GW, he also worked as a professor in Colorado, Hawaii, Denmark, and Nova Scotia.  Clay has published two books on N.F.S. Grundtvig: Democracy Is Born in Conversations (1998), and The School for Life (2011).  His interest in Grundtvig stems from childhood in a Danish-American community, a 2-year teaching sojourn at The International People’s College in Elsinore, Denmark, and marriage to his Danish wife.

Please contact Maggie Appel-Schumacher at 202-994-2875 or maggieas@gwu.edu with questions about the event or to request disability specific accommodations through GW's Disability Support Services. 
Location:
Foggy Bottom - Marvin Center  (View Map)
800 21st Street
Washington, DC 20052
Room: 308
Contact:
Maggie Appel Schumacher
202-994-2875
maggieas@gwu.edu
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