The Ohio State University Alumni Association

The Role of Land Grant Universities in Inspiring Citizenship and Developing Leadership
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
North Hollywood, CA

The Role of Land Grant Universities in Inspiring Citizenship and Developing Leadership

Become inspired and engaged citizens with fellow Buckeyes

Join your fellow Buckeyes for an evening that will inspire all to be engaged and informed citizens. Dr. Trevor Brown, Dean of the John Glenn College of Public Affairs, will guide a conversation around how land grant universities can promote citizenship and cultivate the next generation of civic leaders in Ohio, California, and across the country.

After completing his undergraduate degree in California and his doctoral degree in Indiana, Dr. Brown has served as a faculty member at Ohio State for almost two decades. He leads the Glenn College and serves as the Executive Director of the State of Ohio Leadership Institute. Join Dr. Brown, the John Glenn College of Public Affairs, the Ohio State University Alumni Association, and the Alumni Club of Los Angeles for this thought-provoking and inspiring evening.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

6:30–8:30 p.m.

El Camino Room at The Garland Hotel
4222 Vineland Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91602
Directions

Parking

Parking will be available on site via self-parking or valet for an additional cost.

Cost

$15 includes two drinks and heavy appetizers

Questions?

Please contact the alumni association at osuaa@osu.edu or 800-762-5646.