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Business success topic of Graves Lecture Tuesday

March 18, 2016

Terrie Wood Terrie Wood
Janice Haynes Janice Haynes

CHADRON – The spring 2016 Graves Lecture Series at Chadron State College continues Tuesday with Terrie Wood, a member of the business department faculty.

Graves Lecture Series presentations take place in Reta King Library’s Room 111 at 7 p.m. Attendance is free and a recording of the lecture may be viewed later at CSC's YouTube page.

Wood, a CSC alumna and business faculty member, will discuss “Business Success: Pain or Pleasure?” exploring conflicting values that deter individuals from success, how to identify these conflicting values and how to progress forward with confidence.

The final speaker of the season will be Dr. Janice Haynes, assistant professor in the Social and Communication Arts department, April 5.

In “Romance and Marriage Plots: Restoration for Family in Narratives of Single Mothers,” Haynes plans to discuss the restoration of family through romance and marriage plots centered on single mothers. Some restoration themes to be discussed include: children’s desires for a “normal family,” transformations, for marriage and family and the fragility of single mothers.

Wood, a CSC alumna and business faculty member, presents her discussion “Business Success: Pain or Pleasure?”  March 22. Wood’s lecture explores the conflicting values that deter individuals from success, how to identify these conflicting values and how to progress forward with confidence.

Haynes, assistant professor in the Social and Communication Arts department, will be the final speaker April 5, presenting “Romance and Marriage Plots: Restoration for Family in Narratives of Single Mothers.” Haynes plans to discuss the restoration of family through romance and marriage plots centered on single mothers. Some restoration themes to be discussed include: children’s desire for a “normal family,” transformations of desire for marriage and family and the fragility of single mothers.

- See more at: http://www.csc.edu/modules/news/public_news/view/11176#sthash.qp6zOa9E.dpuf

Wood, a CSC alumna and business faculty member, presents her discussion “Business Success: Pain or Pleasure?”  March 22. Wood’s lecture explores the conflicting values that deter individuals from success, how to identify these conflicting values and how to progress forward with confidence.

Haynes, assistant professor in the Social and Communication Arts department, will be the final speaker April 5, presenting “Romance and Marriage Plots: Restoration for Family in Narratives of Single Mothers.” Haynes plans to discuss the restoration of family through romance and marriage plots centered on single mothers. Some restoration themes to be discussed include: children’s desire for a “normal family,” transformations of desire for marriage and family and the fragility of single mothers.

- See more at: http://www.csc.edu/modules/news/public_news/view/11176#sthash.qp6zOa9E.dpuf

Wood, a CSC alumna and business faculty member, presents her discussion “Business Success: Pain or Pleasure?”  March 22. Wood’s lecture explores the conflicting values that deter individuals from success, how to identify these conflicting values and how to progress forward with confidence.

Haynes, assistant professor in the Social and Communication Arts department, will be the final speaker April 5, presenting “Romance and Marriage Plots: Restoration for Family in Narratives of Single Mothers.” Haynes plans to discuss the restoration of family through romance and marriage plots centered on single mothers. Some restoration themes to be discussed include: children’s desire for a “normal family,” transformations of desire for marriage and family and the fragility of single mothers.

- See more at: http://www.csc.edu/modules/news/public_news/view/11176#sthash.qp6zOa9E.dpuf

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