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R-MWC Professor to Participate in Family Issues Lectures

Brad Bullock to discuss father's rights.

2/6/2006 1:46:39 PM


Lynchburg -- Brad Bullock, an advocate for father’s rights and Randolph-Macon Woman’s College professor, will speak Feb. 18 at Lynchburg College as part of a series of lectures addressing family issues.

Bullock will be joined by area physicians and social workers to offer advice and support for single parents and dual-career couples. The Center for Family Studies and Educational Advancement at Lynchburg College is hosting the series, which begins Feb. 4 and runs each Saturday morning through Feb. 25.

The lectures begin at 10 a.m. in Hopwood Hall Auditorium. The cost is $5 per person. Refreshments will be provided after the talks. No child care will be available. For more information and reservations, call 434-544-8074.

Feb. 4 – “Parenting Solo – Surviving and Thriving as a Single Parent” Dr. Jeanne Booth, LC professor, and Ginny Huntington, Lynchburg Social Services

Feb. 18 – “What About Single Fathers’ Rights?”

Dr. Brad Bullock, R-MWC Professor and father’s rights advocate

Feb. 25 – “Dual-Career Couples: Balancing Not Perfection”

Drs. Terri and Robert Owen Brennan, Lynchburg are physicians

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CONTACT: Brenda Edson, Director of College Relations