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Dr. Daryl Thorne Authors Chapter in “Explorations in Diversity”

- Daryl Thorne, Assistant Professor of Human Relations, recently published a chapter in the third edition of "Explorations of Diversity: Examining the Complexities of Privilege, Discrimination, and Oppression. Set to release by Oxford University Press in January 2018, this text explores personal, honest and complex experiences with social injustice.

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English Adjunct Professor Authors Book

- English adjunct professor, Ms. Regina Robinson, recently published a book titled, ” Fearlessly Strutting In Your Confidence: 12 Keys to Unlocking Your Inner-Confidence“. This motivational, self-guide provides 12 powerful keys to great confidence and life fulfillment through self-work, self-assessment,…
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Professor Sherron Washington Publishes First Book

- Professor Washington, an adjunct faculty member in the Communication and Business programs in the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Professional Studies wrote and published her first book.
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Thorne Presents at N.A.M.E. Annual Conference

- Dr. Daryl Thorne selected to present at the National Association Multicultural Education Conference for the last three consecutive years.

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Nyamekye publishes article in For the Learning of Mathematics

- Dr. Nyamekye (Mathematics Specialist in SPS) recently had an article titled, "Separate Schooling for Black Adolescent Mathematics Learners" published.
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