One-day Event, August 29
Citizenship is a dynamic,
evolving right of individuals in the United States. Each generation faces core principles,
values, and responsibilities that define who we are as citizens. We will take a brief “jog” through history to
remind us of different groups who have sought citizenship and the circumstances
that propelled their immigration. Our
conversation will focus on the concept of citizenship today with all its rights
10:00 AM, Donald P. Corbett Hall 105, Uof Maine
Dr. Anne Pooler
Anne Pooler retired as the Dean of the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Maine and previously served as Associate Dean and a faculty member for many years. Early in her career she was a high school history and government teacher. She has served on multiple community boards and is currently Chair of Acadia Hospital Board and Chair of the Committee on Judicial responsibility and Disability.
This program will be free of charge and open to members and guests. Enrollment is limited to 40 so registration is important and members will be registered first.
To register please call 992-0118 and leave the names of participants as well as your email and phone number. Acknowledgement by email or phone will be made approximately one week prior to the event.