Breakfast conversation for students interested in family studies is Oct. 25
Students interested in family studies are invited to a breakfast conversation from 7:45 to 9 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, in the O'Donnell Room, Room 208E, Murray-Herrick Campus Center. Brenda Huntsinger, health and life skills coordinator for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Minnesota, will be the guest speaker.
Huntsinger has a B.S. in family and consumer sciences with a major in human development and family studies and a minor in gerontology. She has worked in the areas of domestic abuse with women and children, including a period under contract with the Joint Military Family Abuse Shelter.
Register by noon, Friday, Oct. 20, with an e-mail to Ellen Uhrich. If you are interested in the family studies minor at St. Thomas but are unable to attend this event, please e-mail Dr. Meg Wilkes Karraker, director.
The next conversation will be on the topic of graduate study in family studies.