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Public Invited To Collin College Faculty-Led Death And Dying Panel

February 26, 2010 - Collin College students and the public are invited to attend Death and Dying, a faculty-led panel discussion on psychological issues surrounding death and dying, from 1-2:45 p.m. on Thursday, March 4 at the Spring Creek Campus Conference Center in Plano.

This event is an extension of the 2009-2010 Book-in-Common, a Center for Scholarly and Civic Engagement program, which – in the fall – featured The Poe Shadow, a peculiar puzzle and a fictional tale of mystery and intrigue by Matthew Pearl, a New York Times best-seller.

For more information about the panel discussion or future Book-in-Common events, contact Betty Bettacchi at 972.881.5730 or Delores Zumwalt at 972.881.5954

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