Dr. Ivory Toldson will be the Keynote Speaker- Miami, FL
2017 Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy LEAD (Leadership Evidence Analysis Debate)
Dr. Toldson will be a part of the Plenary Address.
The theme will be:
"Moving from Research to Policy and Practice to Improve the Lives of Youth"
Addressing Disproportionality in Special Education: Culturally Responsive and Equitable Education for All Students
Knowledge to Action
Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
Tomich Conference Center
Dr. Ivory Toldson will be a Speaker and Panelist- Washington, DC
The theme for FY 2017 is “The Crisis In Black Education”
Dr. Ivory Toldson will be the Keynote Speaker.- Arlington, VA
The Critical Role of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the Postsecondary Computing Education Landscape.
Dr. Toldson will discuss undergraduate computer science education at HBCUs,
and opportunities for the NSF CISE Directorate to engage with this
important sector of higher education.
Dr. Ivory Toldson will be the Keynote Speaker- Baton Rouge, LA
The theme this year is Creating 21st Century Pathways to Male Success.
Preparing students for success in the 21st Century and beyond.
Dr. Ivory Toldson will be the Keynote Speaker - Orlando, FL
Collective Impact as a Pathway to Reinvigorate Broadening Participation in STEM.
Principal Investigators' Meeting -San Diego
Principal Investigators' Meeting - Chicago
Location: 2235 Shannon Place SE, first floor
Taxi Cab Commission Administrative Hearings Room
Our presenters will be Child Support and UDC Workforce Development and Adult Life Long Learning Program. Please note that Child Support is managing approximately 3,000 open cases. They have been successful in identifying and engaging a significant number of “non-custodial” parents in employment and family services initiatives. In the UDC Workforce Development program, students are primarily from East of River and a significant percentage are males of color. Transportation, child care, and unstable living conditions continue to pose barriers to program completion. These will be the primary topic areas. Agenda is forthcoming.
A national convening of minority serving community colleges at the U.S. Department of Education. The event will take place in Washington, DC, and will offer opportunities to:
- Exchange promising practices on student success with community colleges from across the country;
- Meet representatives from federal agencies and learn about federal programs for minority serving institutions;
- Hear from and speak with researchers and funders;
- Interact with representatives from the U.S. Department of Education;
- Engage with minority serving community college communities of practice.
There is no conference fee; however, your institution will need to pay for all related travel expenses, meals, and miscellaneous costs for your participants. Due to space limitations, each college or organization is limited to 2 representatives as attendees.
For information on registration, agenda, and other details, please click here to view the meeting website. We are also soliciting presentations in six key topic areas on the meeting site – please take a look and think if there is any expertise you and your college could share with your peers.
The 4th Annual Black Doctoral Network Conference will feature Dr. Patricia Hill Collins, Dr. Ivory Toldson, and Dr. Joy DeGruy as plenary speakers. BDN2016 brings together both world renowned and emergent scholars and professionals from the social sciences, STEM and humanities to function as a resource, a support system, as a space of intellectual exchange, and a place to create connections and develop collaborations.
Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Atlanta Hotel
Audience: Approximately 150-350 educators from across Maryland
Session Goals: Discuss institutional racism, specifically as it effects public education and the lives of students; give attendees an opportunity to share their perspectives in a safe space; give some sense of next steps and ways to continue the conversation and activism around the issue.
The State of HBCUs: The History, The Present, The Future: Where do We Go from Here, will focus on the purpose of HBCUs, funding for these institutions, graduation rates, enrollment rates by demographics, and success rates of HBCU graduates.
The panel will be on Friday, September 16th, in room 145B
The Founder's Library at Howard University
500 Howard Place, NW