3rd Annual CAAS Conference, Feb 20th & 21st
Evening With Authors
CAAS Opening Lecture
Power Hour Lecture: "Black in Business"
African American Studies Minor
African Art Collection Includes works collected by Jonathan Campbell, professor and chair of the Department of Biology, and his wife, Tanya Dowdey.
CAAS Affiliate Faculty @yake80 quoted in @CNN Hollywood's African-American film renaissance.
CAAS is in the MavWire
Congratulations Dr. Krystal Beamon, Assistant Professor of Sociology and CAAS Faculty Fellow, on your new publication!
Business Diversity: Study led by Elten Briggs, associate professor of marketing, shows culture plays integral part in customer relations.
Dr. Sonja Watson appointed new Director of UT Arlington Women's and Gender Studies
NBC5 aired a story in which Dr. Jason Shelton was interviewed discussing the issues on the ongoing struggle for equality in American.
CBS11 aired a story in which Dr. Marvin Dulaney was interviewed discussing the issues on the ongoing struggle for equality in American.
Dr. Schnavia Hatcher, director of the UT Arlington Center for African American Studies, was featured in KTVT/CBS 11's coverage of the Civil Rights Summit at the LBJ Library in Austin. The report examined the continuing struggle for equality.
Dr. Schnavia Hatcher, director of the UT Arlington Center for African American Studies, was featured in The Shorthorn's article citing the significance of the Juneteenth holiday.
Massive change: Alan Bowling, an assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, may have changed how researchers approach nano-scale projects by proving that mass is an important factor in calculations and measurements at the sub-micrometer scale.
Congratulations to Dr. Alusine Jalloh, History Associate Professor for being selected to serve on the 2014 Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders reader committee. The Washington Fellowship is the new flagship program of President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). President Obama launched YALI in 2010 to support young African leaders as they spur growth and prosperity, strengthen democratic governance, and enhance peace and security across Africa.
Dr. Jason Shelton, Assistant Professor in Sociology and Anthropology, discusses racial profiling and Trayvon Martin on NBC5. Dr. Shelton is a CAAS Affiliate Faculty member
Dr. Jason Shelton, CAAS Affiliate Faculty, was awarded the 2012 C. Calvin Smith Award from the Southern Conference on African American Studies (SCASSI) in February. The award recognizes “the most distinguished scholarly book on African American Studies” published by one of the association’s members during the calendar year!
Congratulations to the CAAS Faculty & Staff "kickBALLERS" for defeating the students "New KICKS on the Block" in the Kickball Challenge (photo gallery)
Center for African American Studies
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