Summer camp success More than 50 students had a suc- cessful summer camp experience at the CSU Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp. Dr. Bernard Harris and ExxonMobil are in the fifth year of its summer science camps held at college campuses around the country
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Convocation Series All Convocations begin at 11:00 am, and are held in the Paul Robeson Cultural & Performing Arts Center
Ephren W. Taylor, II Wealth Engineer and City Capital CEO
CSU campers are pictured with Joseph Nunez from ExxonMobil.
during June, July and August. These two-week, free residential camps offer innovative programs to enhance stu- dent knowledge in science, technol- ogy, engineering and math, while also fostering leadership and citizenship.
CSU’s BEEP coordinator honored as Advisor of the Year The National Urban League hosted its oldest signature program, The Annual National Black Executive Exchange Program Conference and Student Leadership Institute over the summer. Forty-nine HBCU’s were represented as Ms. Kimberly Tracy Cain, CSU-CBI BEEP Coordinator was honored with the Campus Liai- son and Advisor of the Year Award. The Award was presented to Ms. Cain by Mr. Marc Morial, President and CEO of the National Urban League. This award is in recognition of extraordinary work done to culti- vate the relationships with BEEP that results in the growth and expansion of campus programs. CSU BEEP Student Ambassadors are Renault Turner, Jamaal Scott, Gabrielle Ruf- fin, Tiera Moore, Nicholas Frazier and Brian Turner.
October 5 Dayton Contemporary
Dance Company Rooted in the African American experience, DCDC’s mission is to deliver contemporary dance of the highest quality to the broadest possible audience.
James McBride Award-winning author, composer, and screenwriter.
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Dominique Dawes Retired United States artistic gymnast.
Ten year member of the U.S. National Gymnastics Team.
Convocations are free and open to the public.
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