Alabama-Mississippi Sociological Association to Host 51st annual Conference at ASU
By ASU News Services
The Alabama-Mississippi Sociological Association will host its 51st annual conference on February 27-28 at Alabama State University. The theme of the conference is “Social Scientists Journey in Civil Rights Corridor: “AFTER THE DREAM.”
The conference, will be held at ASU’s John Garrick Hardy Student Center, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is free and open to the public.
Former Alabama Senator Hank Sanders will serve as the conference’s plenary speaker. He will discuss “Our Journey in the Civil Rights Corridor: Post Dream.”
The conference also will include paper and poster competitions for both graduate and undergraduate students, each with cash prizes.
Program coordinators include: Dr. Ram Alagan, Dr. Robert White, Dr. Mark Dugo, Dr. Cynthia Steel, Dr. Seela Aladuwaka, Jamicia Croskery, Arthur Baylor, Gina Brown, and Denise Roy.
For more information, contact Dr. Ram Alagan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 334-604-9021.