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THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES
MENTORING MINORITY MALES
Dr Frank Harris and Dr Luke Wood of San Diego State's Minority Male CC Collaborative are our guests
Presented by COMCAST BUSINESS
AACC: FOSTERING MALE STUDENT SUCCESS particularly among African American Males
Dr Shalamon Duke of The African American Male Education Network
NACCTEP IS THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS. A FREQUENT GUEST ON OUR HIGHER EDUCATION SHOWS......SOMETIMES THE ROLE THEY PLAY IS FORGOTTEN , SO WE HAVE DR SOPHIA S.L. MARSHALL ,NACCTEP'S PRESIDENT ELECT AND DR ROD RISLEY OF PHI THETA KAPPA THE NATIONAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETY TO TALK ABOUT 'COLLABORATING FOR CHANGE'
A VISIT WITH NACCTEP; The Nat'l Association of
Community Colleges in Teacher Prep; SELECTING THE BEST TEACHERS with Kim Tobey NACCTEP Executive Director and Delia Stafford, of The Haberman Educational Foundation
Presented by MYon Reader /CAPSTONE DIGITAL
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN TEACHER PREPOARATION IS OUR GUEST WITH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AT TOUGALOO COLLEGE IN TOUGALOO, MISSISSIPPI DR SOPHIA S.L. MARSHALL, PRESIDENT OF NACCTEP.NOTE I SPELLED MISSISSIPPI CORRECTLY. WE'LL BE TALKING ABOUT COLLABORATING FOR CHANGE
Join us on our AM 1220 KDOW PRE-AIRED show with Cyril Rayan, CEO of Resiligence and developer of the TipNow Mobile Application and TipNow Social. It is critical that we become proactive in keeping our schools and colleges safer from gun violence, rapes, and criminal activity. Tune-In to this episode and learn more and how you can get involved.
Silicon Valley Bay Area Radio Show host Margaret Jackson is keeping on the edge!!!
LISTEN LIVE on KDOW EVERY Friday Night 6p-7p PST and a Rebroadcast on Sundays 10a-11a PST
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S.T.E.M AND CAREER/TECH EDUCATION : K-12 AND BEYOND
Connecting K-12 /Community Colleges and Workforce Education
Mary Paramore, Director of Business and Industry at Pitt Community College is our guest
Presented by PITSCO www.pitsco.com @pitscoed
HBCUs offer culture, a rich history and rigorous academic programs. Most importantly, they prepare students for leadership and life after graduation. There are 100 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the nation and nine percent of all African American college students attend HBCUs. In 1965, in Title III of the Higher Education Act of 1965, Congress officially defined an HBCU as a school of higher learning whose principal mission was and is the education of African Americans and was accredited and established before 1964.
All HBCUs play a critical role in the American system of higher education. For most of America’s history, African Americans seeking a college education could only get it from an HBCU. firstname.lastname@example.org call in 661-467-2407
Colleges everywhere are coping with shifting demographics, rising expectations, an unstable economy, and the challenges of the digital revolution.
Nowhere is this clearer than with small Christian colleges and universities, yet these schools continue to train leaders and impact lives.
In this program we will talk with three Christian college administrators about the challenges and opportunities they see for the future.
D. Clay Perkins is president of Mid-Atlantic Christian University, Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
Michael Sweeney has resigned as president of Emmanuel Christian Seminary in Johnson City, Tennessee, where he remains as a professor.
Jon Weatherly is dean of the School of Bible and Theology at Johnson University, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Read what they've written about Christian colleges by purchasing the August issue of Christian Standard, via our new app on the App Store, Google Play, or Amazon Apps.
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