In conjunction with the 2010-11 Common Theme, “The Leadership Question,” author Paul Loeb will visit the UW-Green Bay campus next fall to discuss how each of us can act upon our deepest beliefs and make a difference. Loeb, who has been writing about citizen activism for almost four decades, has recently revised his Soul of a Citizen: Living with Conviction in Challenging Times. He will offer a public presentation in the Phoenix Room on Sept. 30, conduct a staff and faculty workshop on Oct. 1, and meet with First-Year Seminar students on both days. He’ll also be the featured speaker at Maximum U. Day, UW-Green Bay’s annual student leadership conference, on Oct. 2. There will be more information in late summer.
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9 Jan, 2020