FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 28, 2006
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Birmingham-Southern President Dr. David Pollick will serve on the United Methodist Higher Education Foundation planning committee for its upcoming global ethics seminar. Pollick recently participated in the annual meeting of the National Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities of the United Methodist Church held in Rockport, Maine, during which he was invited to serve on the seminar planning committee.
The NASCUMC is a 123-member organization that strengthens ties between the church and its affiliated educational institutions. The association has expressed appreciation that BSC has chosen to become active at the national level of Methodist higher education.
“Birmingham-Southern's active and ongoing participation with this group is invaluable,” said Pollick. “As a Methodist-related institution, our ties to the United Methodist Church are extremely important. This association not only helps us strengthen and grow those ties, it equips us for greater service to the church as well as the campus and community.”
The association's member institutions include college preparatory schools, two-year colleges, four-year colleges and universities, one professional