Roatch-Haskell Lecture

ASU School of Social Work Tucson welcomes Dr. Frank Rennie as part of its John F. Roatch Global Lecture Series. He will present on “Celtic Lands and Identities: Global and Local Implications.”

Frank Rennie is Professor of Sustainable Rural Development at the University of the Highlands and Islands in Scotland and is Assistant Principal at Lews Castle College UHI. He is the Programme Leader for the online MSc in Sustainable Rural Development, and tutors mainly postgraduates and research students.
His research interests lie in new approaches to online education and the benefits of networking for sustainable rural development. He has been an advisor to several government bodies and is a Fellow of a number of learned societies. Frank has been involved in developing and delivering various combinations of distributed learning (particularly networked digital solutions for rural areas) with a wide range of international partners.
He has published a diverse range of resources related to rural issues, including over 30 books, most recently the e-textbooks “How to write a research dissertation” and “Undertaking your research project”. Further details at or contact

Monday, March 26
340 N. Commerce Park Loop, Suite 250
Free, but registration is required