We have dedicated the month of February to honoring our dedicated staff members. Look for dozens of events and special classes to learn new skills and hobbies.
This month's Benchmarks Online discusses improvements to technology in the classrooms.
Hill, a BET News correspondent and author, will be the keynote speaker for the 15th annual conference Feb. 24. Workshops will discuss such issues as veterans returning to the schools and workplace and Muslims' voices in public schools.
The creative writing program is sponsoring the Feb. 11 event, which will include a question and answer session about Bradley's dystopian work.
The performance, which takes place Feb. 20, is choreographed and presented by Rajika Puri as part of the Fine Arts Series.
SkyLIFE Technology will provide an annual scholarship, an internship and grants to faculty members as researchers in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service study ways to effectively provide relief packets to meet the needs of particular populations and locations.
The president-elect of the Southwest Educational Research Association is also an accomplished dancer.
The Hatton W. Sumners Foundation gave the grant to the College of Public Affairs and Community Service to help students prepare for professional leadership roles in government and non-profit organizations.
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