Princeton University Graduate School’s Office of Academic Affairs and Diversity in partnership with the Black Graduate Caucus invite you to attend: A Legacy of Learning: Blacks in Higher Education A National Symposium in Honor of Black History and Women’s History Months featuring a special plenary on Haiti

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Friend Center, Princeton University

Co-Conveners: Justene Hill, Department of History Taniecea A. Arceneaux, Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics

Featured Speakers include: Prof. Hugh Price, Former President and CEO of the National Urban League, the John L. Weinberg/Goldman Sachs & Co. Visiting Professor at Princeton University

Dr. William Cox, President & CEO of Diverse: Issues In Higher Education, an award-winning, national news magazine that has been serving higher education since 1984

Honorable Doug Palmer, Mayor of Trenton, New Jersey and Past President of the U.S. Conference of Mayors

Linda Coles-Kauffman, Executive producer and host of New Jersey Network’s award winning “Another View” television show

Reverend Darrell LaRue Armstrong, Pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, Trenton, New Jersey and member of international delegation to Haiti

Symposium Sponsor: Dr. Karen Jackson-Weaver, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs & Diversity

To register, please visit: http://princetonbhs.eventbrite.com/. To learn more about opportunities at Princeton University’s Graduate School, please visit: http://gradschool.princeton.edu/.