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October 3, 2013
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New 24-Hour Study Space Opens to Students

Students will soon be able to access a 24-hour, newly renovated study space in the Thurgood Marshall Library’s front gallery, equipped with Wi-Fi capability, comfortable seating, power outlets and snack machines.

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Male Initiative Kicks Off with Fall Gathering

About 50 male students joined male faculty, administrators, and staff at the Fall Gathering for the Male Initiative at Bowie State University Tuesday in the Student Center’s Theater Room.

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George AcquaahPresident Mickey L. Burnim continued his commitment to expanding study abroad opportunities for BSU students by traveling to China with a delegation of presidents of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU) from Sept 7-14. The trip was sponsored by the China-United States Exchange Foundation. Burnim also moderated a panel discussion on policy issues related to increasing federal support of historically Black institutions at the 2013 HBCU Week Conference from Sept. 26-27 in Washington, D.C.

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George AcquaahDr. Otis Thomas, associate professor in the Department of Communications, will present his research of social media technology at the Sixth International Ubiquitous Learning Conference from Nov. 14-15 at the Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia in Madrid, Spain. His paper focuses on the trends and challenges in cultivating interpersonal communication in social media learning environments during a session on e-learning and innovative pedagogies.

George AcquaahMaster of Arts in English students, Andrea Dashiell, Deana Jackson, David Pluviose, and Shane Weaver, along with Master of Organizational Communications students, Uzoaku Onunaku and Jennifer Agbebaku, are among the authors whose essays are published in the latest issue of the peer-reviewed BSU Journal of Africana Composition and Rhetoric. Their articles focus on rhetorical analyses of controversial issues affecting the Black community, including the connection between Black nationalism and hip hop and the role of the African-American hairstylist in the progression toward decolonization.

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George AcquaahJeff Wilson, a 2006 business administration alumnus, was selected to participate in the American Institute of CPA’s five-day, intensive Leadership Academy for rising stars in the profession, held from Sept. 29 – Oct. 3 in Durham, N.C. Participants, all under age 36, will learn leadership theory and strategic planning techniques, while discussing pressing issues facing CPAs and the accounting profession with some of the profession’s most influential leaders.

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