Denise Lewis Patrick, Award-Winning Author and Nyack Adjunct, Presents Connected Souls

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Wednesday February 18, 2015


Nyack’s Center for Scholarship and Global Engagement, the Office of Student Development, and the College of Arts and Sciences cordially invite you to attend a special Colloquium session celebrating Black History Month on Thursday, February 19, 2015 at Nyack’s Manhattan campus located at 2 Washington Street in Room 2241 at 4:00 p.m. Ms. Denise Lewis Patrick, awarding-winning author and Nyack College adjunct professor (pictured above), will present “Connected Souls: How (our) Life Stories Resonate Across Time, Races and Places.”

Ms. Patrick is also the co-author of young adult historical fiction for the tremendously successful American Girl book series about a character, Cecile Amelie Rey, a free girl of color in 1850's New Orleans. Her book, A Matter of Souls, was named one of the Best Teen Books of 2014 by Kirkus Review, a national leading book review journal.

Prof. Patrick teaches Fundamentals of Writing and Critical Thinking for Nyack’s Division of Student Success.

Admission to this campus event is free.

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