Leelannee Malin, Ph.D. Becomes The First African American President Of The Women In Sports And Events DC Chapter. Photo Credit: Brittany Ireland/Howard University Office of CommunicationsRead More
For Immediate Release
January 10, 2019
Contact: Brandon Parker | Communications Manager
Brandon.firstname.lastname@example.org | 202-756-9160
NFLPA COLLEGIATE BOWL ROSTERS ANNOUNCED
Eighth annual all-star game features 112 of the top draft-eligible prospects
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The NFL Players Association announced the full roster for its eighth annual NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on Thursday.
The all-star game will once again feature a collection of the best seniors in college football showcasing their skills at the historic Rose Bowl Stadium. The 112-man roster has been split into two groups: the National team, led by long-time NFL player and coach Mike Tice, and the American team, led by former Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano.
This year’s contest is slated to take place on Saturday, January 19, culminating a week-long experience during which the participants will learn about the business of football. The game is scheduled for 2 p.m. PST/5 p.m. EST kickoff and will be televised on FS1.
About the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl:
Founded in 2012, the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl gives prospective players the best opportunity to showcase their talents to potential employers and fans. Nearly 200 scouts, player personnel staff, general managers and head coaches from all 32 NFL teams are expected be in attendance to watch live practices, conduct player interviews and review tape. For the latest news and updates on the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, visit the game’s website at http://collegiate.nflpa.com/ and follow @NFLPABowl on Twitter.
Howard University Office of University Communications
July 11, 2018
Dear Howard University Community,
The Office of Faculty Development is pleased to announce that 27 members of the Howard University faculty are participating in the 2018 Junior Faculty Writing and Creative Works Summer Academy.
The selections were made after a vigorous competitive submission process. The faculty selected include assistant or associate professors on tenure track, instructors and lecturers, as well as senior faculty who will serve in the Summer Academy as Scholar Coaches or mentors. The faculty selected represent a cross-section of Howard University schools and colleges, thus promoting interdisciplinary collaborations and interactions among the faculty.
Junior Faculty who are designated as Faculty Scholars:
Dr. Miriam Ahmed, Department of Art, College of Arts and Sciences (COAS)
Dr. Jarrett Brown, Department of English, COAS
Professor Jacqueline L. Carmichael, Department of Art, COAS
Professor Shirley Carswell, Department of Media, Journalism and Film, Cathy Hughes School of Communications
Dr. Alaina S. Davis, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Cathy Hughes School of Communications
Dr. Marina del Sol, Department of English, COAS
Dr. Barbara A. Fears, Department of Religious Education, School of Divinity
Dr. Leelannee K. Malin, Department of Strategic, Legal, and Management Communications, Cathy Hughes School of Communications
Dr. Bahiyyah M. Muhammad, Department of Sociology and Criminology, COAS
Dr. Efua Obeng, Marketing Department, School of Business
Dr. Martha Pitts, Department of English, COAS
Dr. Elizabeth Ricks, Department of Human Development and Psychoeducational Studies, School of Education
Dr. Shameka Stanford, Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders, Cathy Hughes School of Communications
Dr. Shaolei Teng, Department of Biology, COAS
Professor Jennifer D. Williams, Department of English, COAS
Dr. Tingting Xiong, Department of Economics, COAS
The Scholar Coaches who will mentor the Faculty Scholars:
Dr. Mohamed S. Camara, Department of African Studies, COAS
Dr. David Kwame Dixon, Department of Political Science, COAS
Dr. Ruby M. Gourdine, School of Social Work
Dr. Carolivia Herron, Classics Department, COAS (Visiting Scholar Coach)
Dr. Fatimah L. C. Jackson, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences
Dr. Amol Anant Kulkarni, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy
Dr. Kehbuma Langmia, Department of Strategic, Legal, and Management Communications, Cathy Hughes School of Communications
Dr. Denée Thomas Mwendwa, Department of Psychology, COAS
Professor W. Sherman Rogers, School of Law
Dr. Sandra Shannon, Professor Emeritus, Department of English, COAS
Professor Sonja D. Williams, Department of Media, Journalism and Film, Cathy Hughes School of Communications
Associate Provost Okianer Christian Dark, along with the co-Directors of the Summer Academy Dr. Rubin Patterson, Chair, Department of Sociology and Criminology and Dr. Elka Stevens, Interim Co-Chair, Department of Art, develop and manage the curriculum for the Summer Academy, which is now in its third year. The Summer Academy includes a four-day off campus retreat, several brown bag sessions, an intense two-day research retreat, and multiple opportunities for junior and senior faculty to collaborate on their writing and creative pursuits.
The key to the Summer Academy are the Scholar Coaches who are the mentors. Each Faculty Scholar (junior faculty member) is assigned a Scholar Coach who works with him or her on their summer project. An important outcome for the Summer Academy is that the Faculty Scholars develop relationships with peer and more senior colleagues who can provide a network of support as their careers progress at the University. The Junior Faculty Writing and Creative Works Summer Academy is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Office of the Provost. More information about the Summer Academy can be found on the Office of Faculty Development’s Web site at https://www2.howard.edu/provost/faculty-development/opportunities.
Associate Provost Dark who is responsible for the Office of Faculty Development in the Provost Office, may be contacted by email at Okianer.email@example.com or by phone at (202) 806-2550.
Excellence in Truth and Service,
Okianer Christian Dark
Associate Provost for Faculty Development,
Office of the Provost
Office of University Communications
2225 Georgia Ave NW
Washington, DC 20059