Mar 6, 2011
From staff reports
Ohio University alumni Tyrone Glenn Hill, Sr. and his wife, Ann Wagner Hill, will present the winter installment of The Patton Lecture Series in a presentation titled "Mentoring, Serving Community and the Importance of Giving."
The free lecture, which will take place at noon, Friday, March 11, in McCracken 214 A/B, is open to the public. Lunch will be provided.
Mr. Hill received a B.A. in sociology from Ohio University and a M.Ed. in counseling education from the University of Pittsburgh. Now retired, he has worked as a human resources/employee labor relations consultant at The Ohio State University and as an employee relations consultant for Ohio Health.
His professional affiliations include Doctors Hospital Management
Association, African American Who’s Who of Columbus and the New
Millennium edition of the Society of Safety Engineers.
Ann Hill received a B.A. in political science from Ohio University, an M.A. in secondary education from Youngstown State University and a Ph.D. in global education from The Ohio State University. She has
worked as a secondary public school teacher in several cities in Ohio, as an admission supervisor at Sinclair College and as an adjunct professor at Kenyon College and The Ohio State University.
Her professional affiliations include the National Council of Social
Studies, National Education Association and the National Alliance of
The Hills live in Columbus where they continue to work in the community to enhance education and mentorship for students.
The Patton Lecture Series features a different speaker every quarter.
Speakers typically are graduates of the Ohio University’s Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education and Human Services and/or advocates of education and human services. The series brings in speakers from different areas who all share the common goal of advancing the field of education or human services.