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SAIL Offers Free Speaking Series

SAIL Offers Free Summer Speaker Series

June 29, 2001-Dr. Shelley D. Lane, CCCCD professor of speech communication, will discuss nonverbal communication on July 5 at noon in room F108 at CCCCD's Spring Creek Campus in Plano.

Dr. Lane is a speaker for the Seniors Active in Learning (SAIL) brown bag luncheon series. SAIL is an Institute for Learning in Retirement for seniors ages 50 and older.

The presentation will include information regarding how to read nonverbal communication, the various types of nonverbal communication, and how nonverbal communication differs across cultures.

A Piper professor and one of the 13 original professors that founded CCCCD, Dr. Lane developed the speech communication curricula, created the debate and competitive speaking program, co-developed the sign language curricula and co-directed the Interpreter Preparation Program. In addition, Dr. Lane produced and moderated the college cable television program, "Caleidoscope," and taught a live audio-interactive distance-learning course on the college cable television channel.

For more information about the brown bag luncheon series or SAIL, call 972-985-3788.

Collin College serves more than 46,000 credit and continuing education students annually and offers more than 100 degree and certificate programs. The only public college in the county, Collin College is a partner to business, government and industry, providing customized training and work force development.