EXECUTIVE-IN-RESIDENCE LOVE TO DELIVER 2017 SADDLEMIRE LECTURE
Dr. Patrick Love, executive in residence for Higher Education and Student Affairs, will discuss “Competencies for Working in a Complex World” as the speaker for the 28th annual Saddlemire Lecture.
His talk will begin at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 17 in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union Theater, and is free and open to all.
With many years of experience as in higher education administration and as a consultant, Love is known for innovative approaches to management that encompass intellectual, social and emotional integration, as well as a passionate commitment to student education, development and transformation.
The annual lecture is named after Dr. Gerald Saddlemire, who served as the University’s first department chair in higher education and student affairs, from 1969-85, and continued teaching and advising students until his death at the age of 70 in 1991. He helped shape the highly regarded College Student Personnel program that brought BGSU recognition as a leader in the field. Today, his legacy lives on in the scholarships named for him and his philosophy that endures in the program.