Bring your old home movie films to Room 421 of Belk Library. Members of the Digital Scholarship & Initiatives team and University Documentary Film Services are hosting this wonderful event, where you can view your footage while learning how to best preserve them. There will be light refreshments, wonderful emotions, and BINGO!
The series addresses the experiences and realities of black males in education, encourages discussion of issues facing black male students, and offers research-based strategies for improving their success.
Speakers include: Ryan J. Smith, The Education Trust-West, S. Lee Merritt, Civil Rights Attorney, and Patrisse Cullors, Black Lives Matter
Facilitated by: Louis Gallien (Educational Leadership) and Nickolas Jordan (Human Development and Psychological Counseling)
Population growth, which drives most, if not all of our environmental problems, wasn't even discussed at the recent Paris Climate Agreement, presumably because it is politically too sensitive. Continued population growth will make it harder, if not impossible, to meet global climate goals and we have to admit that an ever-growing population is in no way sustainable in the long-term.
The 7th annual Spooky Duke Race and Costume Contest will be held on Saturday, October 28, 2017 on the campus of Appalachian State University in the Raley/Peacock parking lot (416 Howard Street, Boone North Carolina).