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Four distinguished presidents from leading HBCU institutions came together at Harris Stowe State University, to discuss the relevancy of historically Black colleges in today’s education landscape. HEC’s Sharon Stevens served as moderator for the evening. The panel consisted of Dr. Roslyn Clark, President of Florida Memorial University; Dr. Kevin Rome, Sr., President of Lincoln University; Dr. Kent Smith, Jr., President of Langston University; and Dr. Dwaun Warmack, President of Harris Stowe State University.

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President’s Symposium: Relevance of HBCUs in Today’s Higher Education Landscape

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am