Fall 2017 Capstone Colloquium - Documenting Resilience: Film as a Tool for Advocacy

The Rutgers Division of Global Affairs is pleased to invite you to our weekly Capstone Colloquium Series.
 
Join us this Wednesday, 18th October, when Dr. Susan MacLaury will talk to us about "Documenting Resilience: Film as a Tool for Advocacy."  
 
Dr. Susan MacLaury, PhD, LSW, is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit film production company Shine Global. She was an Executive Producer of the Academy Award®- nominated and two-time Emmy Award®-winning War/Dance, Academy Award®-winner Inocente,The Harvest (La Cosecha), 1 Way Up in3D, The Eagle Huntress, and Liyana. She also produced The Wrong Light and is currently producing another feature documentary about juvenile justice. Susan also directs the outreach and advocacy for all of Shine’s projects.Susan is dually degreed in social work administration and health education and was associate professor of health education at Kean University from1994 through 2013. For more than twenty years she has directed educational and prevention programs for adolescents in New York and New Jersey. She has also provided extensive staff development to teachers, counselors, and health care providers working with adolescents nationally.

Susan is the author of “Student Advisories in Grades 5-12: A Facilitator’s Guide,” now in its second printing, as well as producer of the short form documentary,“Project Highroad.”
 
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WEEK'S TALK WILL BE HELD IN CONKLIN HALL - ROOM 239

Speaker: Dr. Susan MacLaury
Title: Documenting Resilience: Film as a Tool for Advocacy.
Date: Wednesday, October 18th
Time: 11.00am - 12.30pm
Location: Conklin Hall - 239

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