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Jung Seminar Schedule Change

Story posted February 20, 2001

Two of the upcoming Jung Seminars, sponsored by the Department of Religion, have switched dates from the original schedule.

On Tuesday, February 27, Robert N. Morrison, international educator, will present “International Education: What America Can Learn,” at 4 p.m. in the Beam Classroom. (This seminar was originally scheduled for March 13.)

On Tuesday, March 13, Howard S. Vandersea, coach emeritus, will present the illustrated lecture “Spirituality in the Films of John Ford,” at 4 p.m. in the Beam Classroom. (This seminar was originally scheduled for February 27.)

The date and time for Susan A. Burggraf’s upcoming seminar has not changed. Burggraf, assistant professor of psychology, will present the illustrated lecture “The Psychology of Subjective Experience,” at 4 p.m., Tuesday, March 6, in the Beam Classroom.

A series of Sunday programs in conjunction with the Brunswick Jung Center are also presented throughout the semester. The next event in this Jung Seminar Film and Discussion Series is “Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence” (1983), presented Sunday, February 25, at 2 p.m. in the Beam Classroom. Panelists include Chris Beach, analyst; Bill Furber, registered counselor; Winona Hubrecht, analyst; and Jeanne Rowan, analyst-in-training.

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