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ASU to Host College of Education Week, Oct. 2-6

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Release Date: Sep 29, 2017

Alabama State University will celebrate its oldest college, the College of Education, with a week of events.

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Alabama State University’s College of Education (COE) is hosting a full slate of events as part of “COE Week,” October 2-6 to celebrate the college’s history and honor those who have contributed to its success. The theme is “The Journey Continues: 150 Years of Teaching and Learning.”

The College of Education is the oldest college in the University and offers more than 45 degree programs. It offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees in teaching, administration, educational leadership or school counseling.

The complete schedule is as follows:

Mon., Oct. 2
Opening Ceremony: The History of Teacher Education in the South
Monday, October 2 | Ralph D. Abernathy College of
Education Building | 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Departmental and Individual Door Decoration Contest
(SAEA Judges).

Tue., Oct. 3
Educational Leadership, Policy and Law (ELPL) Connection Day
Tuesday, October 3 | Ralph D. Abernathy Auditorium
and The Great Hall of Teachers | 4-6 p.m.
Reception immediately following.

Wed., Oct. 4
Open House Showcasing COE Candidates
Wednesday, October 4 | Ralph D. Abernathy (all
floors) and Dunn-Oliver Acadome (2nd floor)
8 a.m. - 3 p.m. (videos and floor displays)

Thur., Oct. 5
COE/SAEA Kickback and Tailgate Mixer with DJ Brandon
Thursday, October 5 | Abernathy Courtyard and
Breezeway | 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Fri., Oct. 6
Honoring COE Legends – Lecture and Honorees
Friday, October 6 | Ralph Abernathy Auditorium and
The Great Hall of Teachers | 1-3 p.m.
Reception immediately following.

For more information, call 334-229-4250.

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