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Spring 2018 Lunch & Learn

The Institute for African American Affairs will hold it's first lunch and learn presentation of the spring 2018 semester on Feb. 21, 2018 from 12 pm - 1 pm in room 127c Oscar Ritchie Hall.  This presentation, titled: Black Women in Higher Education: Identity, Intersection, Interaction, and Influences, will feature Dr. Christa J. Porter, assistant professor, higher education administration, in the college of education, health and human services at Kent State University. 

Fulani Institute September session 1 & 2

The Center of Pan-African Culture is currently accepting enrollment for the Fulani Institute of Academics and Arts (FIAA).  This creative and cultural enrichment institute is intended to use cultural and academic enrichment to critically and creatively empower youth to be change agents in their communities and beyond. The overall vision of FIAA is to co-create space for young people to be affirmed in themselves so that they are prepared to work effectively in their own best interests.

Fulani Institute October Sessions 1 & 2

The Center of Pan-African Culture is currently accepting enrollment for the Fulani Institute of Academics and Arts (FIAA).  This creative and cultural enrichment institute is intended to use cultural and academic enrichment to critically and creatively empower youth to be change agents in their communities and beyond. The overall vision of FIAA is to co-create space for young people to be affirmed in themselves so that they are prepared to work effectively in their own best interests.

Fulani Institute November Sessions 1 & 2

The Center of Pan-African Culture is currently accepting enrollment for the Fulani Institute of Academics and Arts (FIAA).  This creative and cultural enrichment institute is intended to use cultural and academic enrichment to critically and creatively empower youth to be change agents in their communities and beyond. The overall vision of FIAA is to co-create space for young people to be affirmed in themselves so that they are prepared to work effectively in their own best interests.

Fulani Institute December Sessions 1 & 2

The Center of Pan-African Culture is currently accepting enrollment for the Fulani Institute of Academics and Arts (FIAA).  This creative and cultural enrichment institute is intended to use cultural and academic enrichment to critically and creatively empower youth to be change agents in their communities and beyond. The overall vision of FIAA is to co-create space for young people to be affirmed in themselves so that they are prepared to work effectively in their own best interests.

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