Events

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 17-22

National Black MBA Association Inc.

24th Annual Conference and

Exposition

“Bridging the Gap to the Untapped

Frontier”

Gaylord Opryland Resort

Nashville, Tenn.

Contact: National Black MBA

Association

Phone: (312) 236-2622

Fax: (312) 236-4131

E-mail: mail@nbmbaa.org

Web: www.nbmbaa.org

Sept. 27-28

Education Leaders Council

7th Annual National Conference for

Education Leaders

Westin Tabor Center

Denver

Contact: ELC

Phone: (202) 261-2600

OCTOBER

Oct 11-12

Association of Nubian Kemetic

Heritage

14th Annual Cheikh Anta Diop

Conference

“Theorizing the Discipline”

Holiday Inn Independence Mall

Philadelphia, Pa.

Contact: Ana Yenenga, Conference

Coordinator

Phone: (215) 782-3214

Fax: (215) 782-8411

E-mail: anaroot@cs.com

Oct. 24-27

Association of American Colleges

and Universities

4th Biennial Diversity and Learning

Conference

“Education for a World

Lived in Common”

Hyatt Regency

St. Louis

Web: www.aacu-edu.org

Oct. 17-20

HBCU Faculty Development

Symposium

“Building Bridges: Faculty-Students-Administrators-Community”

Doubletree Nashville

Nashville, Tenn.

Contact: HBCU Faculty Development

Network

Phone: (601) 977-7861

Fax: (601) 977 6148

E-mail: network@hbcufdn.org

Oct. 26-29

Hispanic Association of Colleges

and Universities

16th Annual Conference

“Hispanic Empowerment: America’s

Key to Prosperity”

Denver

Web: www.hacu.net

Oct. 30-Nov. 3

National Association for

Multicultural Education

“We the People” Fulfilling the

Promise of Democracy

and Equity Through

Multicultural Education

Hyatt Regency

Crystal City, Va.

Contact: National Association

for Multicultural Education

Phone: (202) 628-6263

Fax: (202) 628-6264

E-mail: name@nameorg.org

Web: www.nameorg.org

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