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JANUARY 2004Jan. 2-6Association of American Law Sc


Jan. 2-6
Association of American Law Schools

2004 Annual Meeting

Jan. 15-16
University Continuing Education Association

(UCEA) Workforce Development Forum
“Forging Partnerships: Why Business,
Government & Higher Education
Must Work Together”
San Francisco

Jan. 16-17
National African American Student Leadership Conference

“A Decade of Developing Afrikan-Centered Student Leadership”
Rust College
Holly Springs, Miss.

Jan. 21-24
Association of American Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting 2004

“Practicing Liberal Education:
Deepening Knowledge, Pursuing
Justice, Taking Action”
Washington, D.C.



Feb. 7-10
American Association of Colleges For Teacher Education
2004 Annual Meeting
“Preparing Quality Professionals: Leading the Way”
Hilton Chicago

Feb. 11-14
National Association of Student Affairs Professionals (NASAP)
50th Annual Conference
“Student Affairs Professionals:
Transcending All”
Howard University, Washington, D.C.
Contact: Minnie Austin
Phone: (334) 727-8837
Fax: (334) 724-4228

Feb. 12-14
12th Annual University Continuing Education Association
(UCEA) Marketing Seminar
“Action Marketing-Powerful Solutions!
Proven Success!”
Savannah, Ga.

Feb. 12-15
2004 HBCU Think Tank

A national conference on the role and future of historically Black colleges and universities
North Carolina Central University, Durham
Contact: (919) 530-6107

Feb. 20-Feb 21
Second Annual Teacher Education Summit

“Reflecting Back, Projecting Forward: Brown vs. Board of Education to
No Child Left Behind”
North Carolina Central University
Durham, N.C.
Phone: (919) 530-6466
(919) 530-7289

Feb. 20-22
Trends in Higher Education Conference

The School of Advanced Studies of University of Phoenix
“The Future Reloaded”
Wyndham Phoenix
Phone: (800) 361-4147

Feb. 28-March 2
American Council on Education
86th Annual Meeting
Fontainebleau Hilton
Miami Beach, Fla.
E-mail: [email protected]


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