Social Responsibility: The Power of the Association of College Honor Societies to Make a Difference
–A Chapter Leadership Project
Program Description: The goal of this grant program is to encourage cross-campus collaboration and new initiatives among student organizations related to social responsibility. Six $500 grants are available for pilot projects to achieve the following objective:
- Conduct initiative or pilot project related to social responsibility, or
- Strengthen current social responsibility or sustainability initiative on campus.
For further information: http://www.achsnatl.org/news.asp
Available Fall 2008 Editors: Julia R. Miller, Dorothy I. Mitstifer, & Gladys G. Vaughn Sponsors: Kappa Omicron Nu & Coalition for Black Development in Family and Consumer Sciences This book documents the significant contributions of African American women who have contributed to the specializations within the profession and to administration of programs in higher education and extension, among others. Many of these women have been pacesetters in serving not only academic programs, especially in Historically Black Colleges and Universities, but also African American families and communities. For further information, contact: Kappa Omicron Nu 4990 Northwind Drive, Suite 140 East Lansing, MI 48823-5031 517.351.8335 [email protected]
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