Joe Wakeman, manager of enrollment and student success at the Voinovich School of Public Affairs and Leadership will be presenting this week’s Voinovich School CE3 Brownbag. Joe has professional experience in both private sector work in cultural resource management and public sector work in archaeology for the National Park Service. Before coming to OHIO, Wakeman held administrative positions at Hocking College, including Associate Dean of Natural Resources, Director of Sustainability, Associate Provost and Interim Chief Academic Officer/ Vice President of Academic Affairs.
Wakeman will give a presentation titled, Lessons Learned from Two Decades of Ohio Archaeology on Friday, October 21 from 12 – 1 p.m. in The Ridges, Bldg. 22, Room 221. Free pizza will be available at the luncheon but participants can also bring their own lunch. This is a green event so attendees should bring their own water bottle/beverages and make efforts to reduce food waste.
The Voinovich School Environmental Studies program and the Consortium for Energy, Economics & the Environment (CE3)hosts a Brownbag Lunch Series each semester. These Friday forums include an informal lunch presentation and Q&A related to environmental topics of interest. The events are open to all Voinovich School students, as well as OHIO faculty, staff and students and the community.
For additional information, contact Elissa Welch, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Voinovich School CE3 Brownbags include:
Friday, Nov. 4: Chris Chmiel, Commissioner, Athens County – Athens County Sustainability Roadmap
Friday, Nov. 18: Michael Pfahl, Associate Professor, Sports Administration, College of Business – Sustainability in Sports