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AMG Book Club Meeting - UCLA Common Book, PEDRO & ME by Judd Winick

Administrative Management Group (AMG)

Tuesday, November 5, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (PST)

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Pedro Zamora changed lives.When the HIV-positive AIDS educator appeared on MTV’s The Real World: San Francisco, he taught millions of viewers about being gay and living with AIDS. Pedro’s roommate on the show was Judd Winick, who created Pedro and Me to honor Pedro Zamora, his friend and teacher and an unforgettable human being.

 

So how does this story translate to business and personal development? 


Similar to the author and his subject, we at UCLA are part of a community.  We each bring unique perspectives and experiences to our campus, making it a rich, dynamic place to work and learn.

 

This book invites conversation about how we can learn from one another, influence one another, and advocate for one another.

 

Read this book if you are interested in broadening your own perspective and perhaps even making an impact on the lives of others.

Read this book if you want to better understand the experience of someone living with HIV/AIDS.

Facilitator:  Lisa Snyder

When:  Tuesday, November 5th, 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Where:  Powell Library, Room 228

 

Pedro & Me

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UCLA Powell Library, Room 228



Tuesday, November 5, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (PST)


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Administrative Management Group (AMG)

The UCLA Administrative Management Group (AMG) is a campus organization whose mission is to:

  • provide opportunities for professional growth and development;
  • create a forum for effective communication between academic, administrative and service managers and professionals at UCLA;
  • become a sounding board for implementing new processes;
  • provide the University with a pool of talented professionals;
  • establish a vehicle for discussion of common concerns, challenges, and solutions; and to
  • share knowledge and expertise.
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