College of Education and Human Development
You're Invited! An Evening With Professor Behrmann
August 25, 2015
Join us on Friday, October 16 for a lively "then and now" conversation with Professor Behrmann together with Mark Ginsberg, dean of the College of Education and Human Development.
All students, faculty, alumni, and friends are invited to attend this special evening!
Since joining Mason in 1979, Mike Behrmann has made an indelible mark on both the university and the field of special education.
Come on campus to meet up with old and new friends and listen in as Dr. Behrmann discusses the changes he's seen — and influenced — over the past 35+ years, as well as the trends that will impact students and others with special needs into the future.
We hope to see you!
The $5 fee includes a dessert reception.
"Then & Now: An Evening with Professor Behrmann" is presented by the College of Education and Human Development and the Office of Alumni Relations.
Friday, October 16, 2015
Fairfax Campus - Merten Hall, Room 1201
TIME: The doors open at 6:30 pm and the program starts at 7:00 pm, with a dessert reception afterwards starting at 8:00 pm.
LOCATION: Join us at Alan and Sally Merten Hall (also called Merten Hall and formerly called University Hall). The street address for GPS users is: 4441 George Mason Blvd, Fairfax, VA 22030. Click here for maps and directions to campus.
PARKING: Free parking is available on Levels 1 and 2 of the Rappahannock River Parking Deck, which is located next to Merten Hall. Please park in “general permit areas” as these spaces are free for this event starting at 3 pm. (The “visitor area” of the parking deck is paid parking).
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