It’s what the HBCU community does best. Now we’re facing a big challenge to everything. How we teach, how we connect, how we operate. How we will respond?
Join us for this virtual Town Hall event on May 14 -15, 2020, co-hosted by United States Distance Learning Association, the Online Learning Consortium, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, and Tennessee State University.
The virtual Town Hall is a call to action from among a comprehensive group of interested parties, national and local organizations, and influencers. More information about the event can be found at www.HBCUActionNATION.com
HBCU communities are strong and deep, and together we can maintain that strength. Space is limited so reserve your spot now.
We will have Path Altering Panels & Discussion on such topics as:
- Impact of COVID on HBCUs
- CARES Act
- Accreditation and Regulatory Challenges
- Enrollment Management
- Community Economic Impact
- Extracurricular and Co-Curricular Activities
- Virtual Fundraising Best Practices
- Online Pivot: Faculty/Student Impact
- And other important topics
Co-hosts include Dr. Glenda Glover, Tennessee State University; Dr. Robbie Melton, HBCU C2; Dr. Reggie Smith, III, Executive Director/CEO, United States Distance Learning Association; Dr. Kim Cliett Long, Board and External Affairs Committee Member, Online Learning Consortium; and, Mrs. Virginia Harris, National President, National Coalition of 100 Black Women.
Event sponsors include: Denny’s, Inc., Hewlett Foundation, vitalink, Bethune Cookman College, HBCUgrow, Military Learners Now, DunnLLC, Lowcountry Rice Culture Project, Jonathan Green Living Collection, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, International African American Museum, Online Learning Consortium, and United States Distance Learning Association.