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Willging Lecture

Paul R. Willging Endowment

Speaker Series and Scholarship Fundraiser

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Howard Community College

Health Sciences Building, Room 150

10901 Little Patuxent Parkway

Columbia, MD 21044

  • Pre-event luncheon (special sponsors only) scheduled from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. in The Rouse Company Foundation Student Services Hall, Room 400
  • Speaker scheduled from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. in the Health Sciences Building, Room 150
  • Reception and meet guest speaker  from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. The Howard County Rotary Clubs Atrium in the Health Sciences Building (1st floor)

For sponsorships, registration and ticket purchases click here.

About the Paul R. Willging Endowment and Dr. Paul R. Willging

The Paul R. Willging Endowment has been established to provide both student scholarship support and enhanced learning opportunities in the areas of aging related services and long term care. Scholarships will provide financial assistance to those students pursuing careers that will positively impact older adults in the management and delivery of care to the older adult population. Enhanced learning opportunities will be provided to students, faculty, health care practitioners and policy makers in the area of aging related services.

This Endowment is designed to further Dr. Willging’s lifelong commitment to serve the long term care needs of seniors. Dr. Willging died in May 2011 following more than 35 years of extensive experience in health care policy and management. He was dedicated to assuring that the nation’s health care delivery system and its workforce would be fully prepared and well-positioned to meet those changing needs.

Dr. Willging brought this commitment to bear while holding the positions of President and CEO of the American Health Care Association, and with the Assisted Living Federation of America.  Toward the end of his professional career, he continued his focus on the special needs of older adults through his faculty assignments to The Johns Hopkins Center on Health and Aging, and the University’s School of Medicine. As a longtime resident of Howard County, he served on the Howard County Commission on Aging and contributed leadership to the Aging in Place Advisory Committee of the Howard County Office of Aging.

About the Speaker - Stephen C. Schimpff, M.D.

Dr. Schimpff is an internist, clinician, researcher, professor of medicine and public policy, former University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center director, former University of Maryland Medical System executive vice president and chief operating officer and former University of Maryland Medical Center chief executive officer. He is a graduate of Rutgers University and Yale School of Medicine. He is board certified in internal medicine, medical oncology and infectious diseases. Most of his career was spent at the National Cancer Institute, the University of Maryland Medical School and the University of Maryland Medical System. Since quasi-retirement he has authored four books for the general public on medical topics. He and Carol, his wife of 52 years, have lived in Howard County, Maryland since 1973. Learn more about Dr. Schimpff’s books, articles and blog at www.medicalmegatrends.com.

Speaker Series Sponsorship Opportunities and Ticket Prices

PLATINUM SPONSOR - $3,000

Four tickets to lecture and attend pre-lecture luncheon 

Full-page recognition in program

Listing on website

GOLD SPONSOR - $2,000

Three tickets to lecture and attend pre-lecture luncheon

Half-page recognition in program

Listing on website

SILVER SPONSOR - $1,000

Two tickets to lecture and attend pre-lecture luncheon

Quarter-page recognition in program 

Listing on website

FRIENDS OF PAUL WILLGING - $500

One ticket to lecture

Listing on website

LECTURE TICKET - $35

Registration Deadline - September 15, 2015

For sponsorships, registration and ticket purchases click here.

Purchases can also be made over the phone by calling the Howard Community College Educational Foundation office at 443.518.1970, emailing them at foundation@howardcc.edu, or visiting the HCCEF office on the campus of Howard Community College in McCuan Hall, room 102.

The Howard Community College Educational Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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