OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

"Sex in the Office" analyzed at OSU

02/06/1998

CORVALLIS - A presentation on "Sex in the Office" by Portland radio commentator and author Wendy Reid Crisp will be held Tuesday, Feb. 10, at Oregon State University.

The event, which is free and open to the public, will be at 7 p.m. at the LaSells Stewart Center. It is sponsored by OSU's Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Club. Topics will include the attractiveness of power, office flirtations and co-worker affairs, said Camille Soltau, club coordinator.

Crisp has served as the national director of the New York-based National Association For Female Executives and as editor-in-chief of SAVVY magazine.

"This is an issue that's very current and we are happy to have her here," Soltau said.

Crisp is the author of "100 Things I'm Not Going to Do Now That I'm Over 50" and "Do As I Say, Not As I Did: Perfect Advice From An Imperfect Mother." She has given more than 100 presentations throughout the country, ranging from talks for the Freedom Foundation in Washington, D.C., to Digital Equipment Corp. and the Kentucky Bar Association. She has also served as a volunteer on the national board of directors of United Methodist Communications.