Realizing Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Unfinished Business of Economic Freedom in
Celebration of 400 Years of Black History from 1619-2019
COMMUNITY BUILDING PROJECT
Creating the Albany, Dougherty County, GA – African American Cultural Heritage Tour –
‘Birthplace of The Artesian Renaissance Triumph’
A New Season Honoring The 1619-2019 African American Journey for Freedom
FACILITATOR: Dr. Veronica Adams-Cooper
Please bring ideas, photos, photos of memorabilia, and community history knowledge.
Title III Sponsored Program of the
Albany State University Center of Excellence for Community Engagement with
ARTriumph Historical Society for The Artesian Renaissance
Call 229.500.3316 for more information
Them: Inspiring Students Today: Creating Global Leaders Tomorrow
The topics include:
Social Media as a Branding tool,
Respecting Cultural Differences, and
Enhancing Social Skills.
Break out sessions: STEM and Choice and Consequences.
Healing Together: Honoring the African-American Journey for Humanity from 1619-2019 through The Artesian Renaissance and the 400 Years of African-American History Commission. Act.
Presenter: Dr. Veronica Adams Cooper
Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences, the Mathematics Tournament highlights high schools students academic achievements in mathematics and computer science. Seventeen high schools are expected to participate in the tournament..
This intensive two-day grant proposal workshop is designed to strengthen participants grant writing skills, as well as introduce beginners to techniques in preparing and writing winning proposals at various funding agencies.
The workshop is sponsored by the Grant Training Center & Co-Sponsored by the Albany State University Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
Workshop Fee: $595.00 (includes a comprehensive directory, electronic workbook, certificate of completion, and continental breakfast)
Rebate of $100.00 for Albany State University participants
*Space is limited, and since this class fills up quickly, it is on a first-come, first-serve basis.*
Topic: When You Know Better…You Probably Will Still Follow Tradition: Diet in the Black Community
Presenter Dr. John L. Williams
International Social Work in the 21st Century: “Exploring and Utilizing the Critical Factors of Macro Practice, Professional Socialization and Identity Development to Effectively Address Global Issues.”
Dr. Karene Nathaniel-DeCaires
Lecturer of Social Work
University of the West Indies
Trinidad and Tobago
SPECIAL GUEST PRESENTATION
Dr. Jacquelyn Meshelemiah
The Ohio State University
Marching Rams Show Band Auditions
If you played an instrument in high school, are a dancer or can twirl a flag, audition to join the Marching Rams Show Band.
Contact Dr. Kenneth Trimmins at 229-430-3659 to set up your audition time.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
2019 Albany State University Educators Summit
“Education for Global Citizenship”
Proposal submission deadline: January 26, 2019
As the world’s borders flatten, it is increasingly important that contemporary educational efforts prepare students to become viable citizens in a global context. We therefore welcome research presentations that will focus on quality education for global participation. Presenters’ perspectives may address any or all areas of P-12 education (e.g., counseling, teaching, and educational leadership) as well as related areas or industries (e.g., educational policy making, instructional technology, and higher education). Presentations can be in the form of papers, workshops, roundtable discussions, or posters.
The Teacher Education Research & Scholarship committee invites proposals related to the following topics:
- Comparative Education
- College and Career Readiness
- Diversity in an Increasingly Interconnected World
- English Language Instruction and the Global Classroom
- Contemporary Issues in Citizenship Education
- Developing International Partnerships in Education
- International Issues in Education
- Culturally Relevant Curricular Decisions and Objectives
- Internationalizing the Curriculum
- School “Choice” and Under-resourced Student Populations
Conference Threads: The Five C’s (Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Communication, and Citizenship)
Presentations during the 2019 Educator Summit will revolve around the Five C’s listed above and will explore the means by which we can proactively create quality educational experiences for all students.
Please submit your proposal using the link below:
Topic: My Personal Account in Leesburg Stockade: Civil Rights Movement 1960’s
Presenter: Mrs. Tiena Fletcher