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2010 Black History Month Program

Theme: Black Collegians: Past, Present, and Future
Date: Friday, February 12, 2010, 3:00-4:30 pm, Carl Grant Events Center

Featured speaker: Jeff Wilson, Assistant Professor of Education, University of Memphis

Dr. Jeff Wilson is a faculty member in the University of Memphis Higher Education program housed within the College of Education's Leadership Department. His areas of interest are in college student affairs and diversity, specifi cally campus climate and multicultural education. Dr. Wilson completed his doctoral studies in Higher Educational Leadership at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. His dissertation was on Senior Student Affairs Officers, Campus Community, and Diversity. Prior to arriving at UNLV he completed his master's degree in Student Affairs Administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. At UNLV, Dr. Wilson participated extensively in student service projects within the Division of Student Affairs and gained exposure to multiple areas focused on student development such as Student Involvement, Career Development, and Multicultural Programming. Before Nebraska, Dr. Wilson worked as Assistant Director of Admissions with a professional staff to expand the minority recruiting programs at St. Mary's College of Maryland.

Also Featuring: MOSAIC Gospel Choir, Pianist: Patricia Porter, Violinist: Dorothy Okpebholo


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