COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAM -- North Carolina Central University

Dear Colleagues, 

 

Happy New Year!  

 

I am reaching out to share a new initiative with you coming from NC State University's campus.  This year marks our first Black Research Symposium.  We are inviting students, faculty, and community members from surrounding universities, colleges, and community-based organizations to participate.  We are also thinking outside of the box, broadening how we center and engage in research.  This means that community-based projects, creative works, panels, community dialogue, teach-ins, as well as industry driven work are all welcome. 

 

Please share widely with your faculty, students, and community. Our Call for Proposals is open until January 20th.The process to submit a proposal is straightforward and streamlined (see details below).  Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions.  You can also direct students my way as well (Andaiye Qaasim, assistant director, African American Cultural Center, NCSU).  

 

Thank you in advance for sharing the announcement, and we hope to see you in March at the symposium.! Please see the full announcement below.

 
 

Cheers,

 

Andaiye Qaasim

 

Andaiye Qaasim, PhD (she, her, hers) 

Assistant Director, African American Cultural Center

North Carolina State University 

 
 

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The Power of Community: Afro-Diasporic Worldbuilding and a Sustainable Futurity

 

The African American Cultural Center and NC State University Libraries invite our surrounding community and college/university partners to our first Black Research Symposium. This year we center the theme “The Power of Community: Afro-Diasporic Worldbuilding and a Sustainable Futurity.”

Interdisciplinary and multimodal research, community-based projects and cultural work are encouraged in a variety of formats which include but are not limited to presentations, digital posters, workshops, panels, teach-ins, community discussions, photo essays, music demos, cyphers, art displays, multimedia presentations, embodied movement, and much more.

Important Dates below:

  • Call for proposal open until Jan. 20th
  • Event dates: March 23- 25, 2023
 

Proposals should include a brief abstract of no more than 250 words and a full description of no more than 750 words. Works-in-progress are welcome. It is not necessary for presenters to have collected data or have carried out research to present at the symposium. Follow the steps below:

  1. Read through the full Call for Proposals on our website.
  2. Review the optional worksheet: The worksheet gives you a preview of what’s required for submission, but it does not have to be completed.
  3. Submit all content and information via the Qualtrics form (see website).
 

Join us as we engage in the practice of Sankofa, promote futuristic thinking, embody the principle of Ubuntu, foster Harambee, and assert rest as a revolution!

 
 

Visit our webpage for more details!

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