Dr. John Marah Publishes and Two Alumni Graduate Law School!
In AAS (African and African American studies) we are not playing with this thing called life. We have the pleasure of reporting the latest successes for our faculty and students.
We have the pleasure of reporting the latest successes for our faculty, students and alumni. Our senior professor Dr. John Marah has just published a chapter entitled “What I mean by Pan-African Education and its implications for African people in our Global Village” in the forthcoming book Creating the New African University. This chapter is culled from a lecture that Dr. Marah gave last year in South Africa.
We also have the pleasure of seeing the fruition of our work as educators culminating in the production of two lawyers. Camisha Parkins ’18 is graduating from Syracuse University College of Law next month. After successful completion of the bar exam, she will start work as a staff attorney at Bond, Schoeneck, and King PLLC in their New York City office practicing management-side labor and employment law as well as higher education law. Deborah Olugunju ’19 is graduating from North Carolina Central University School of Law next month. Both of these young ladies majored in AAS and Political Science. Seeing this makes the problems associated with this job worth it.
Douglas Thomas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Posted: April 20, 2023