ECSU celebrates African Introspection WeekSeptember 24-29

Dr. Johnny Houston
September 25, 2006The following events are free and open to the public: September 25, 2006 3 p.m. at the G. R. Little Theatre
Seminar: "The Future of Africa" Presenters: Dr. Kwabena Boansi, Associate Professor-History and Political Science; Dr. Abdou Sene, TLM Program Coordinator ; Dr. Alex Ogwu, Associate Professor- Business Administration; Moderator: Dr. Ali Khan September 26, 2006 3: 30 p.m. at the G. R. Little Theatre :
Panel Discussion: "The Challenges and Promises of Africa in the 21st Century"
Moderator: Dr. Saundra S. Copeland and Dr. Abdou Maty Sene
Select students from the Global Leadership Academy and International Students. A reception following the presentations Suggested Traditional African Attire for ECSU Students/Faculty/Staff September 27, 2006 3 p.m. at the G. R. Little Theatre
Seminar: "The Promise and Current Status of Africa: How Can African Americans Assist with the Development of Africa?" Presenters: Dr. Bonita Ewers, International Affairs Dr. Jan Jasper; Faculty Dr. Johnny L Houston, Faculty Moderator: Dr Roosevelt Askew September 28, 2006 3: 30 p.m. at the G. R. Little Theatre
Distinguished International Visiting Scholar-Lecturer Series Lecturer: Carolyn Nivens Hughes, Bureau Chief USAID - West Africa Food for Peace Program (Senegal Bureau) Moderator: Dr. Margery Coulson-Clark Reception following the presentation Suggested Traditional African Attire for ECSU Students/Faculty/Staff September 29, 2006 3 p.m.at the G. R. Little Theatre
ECSU 2006 Travel and Research in Africa Presenters: ECSU Students - Reporting on Southern African/Research-2006
Moderators: Dr. Ephraim Gwebu. A reception follows the presentations 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center: A performance by the African Ballet - Suwabi African Ballet For more information on African Introspection Week, contact Dr. Johnny Houston, 335-3326 or jlhouston@mail.ecsu.edu