23rd Annual African and African-American Development, Education, Research and Training conference

This year’s African and African-American Development, Education, Research and Training (A.A.D.E.R.T.) conference theme is: “The global income inequality and insecurity: politics, economics, health, failed states, and terrorism.” This year’s schedule of events.

The African and African-American Development, Education, Research and Training (A.A.D.E.R.T.) conference was founded in 1993 by Springfield College Professor of Human Services Mulugeta Agonafer to conduct research and to educate and coordinate Africans and African-Americans on issues that affect their communities. This year’s conference will pay tribute to the memory of John M. Wilson, Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Multicultural Affairs Center, and friend to A.A.D.E.R.T. This event is free to campus and public participants. This year’s schedule of events.

Hosted by: Springfield College School of Human Services,  Department of Social Science and the Office of Multicultural Affairs

Contact Information: Keith E. Moore, M.Ed, C.A.G.S., Interim Director, Multicultural Affairs, Springfield College