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Sixteenth Annual Regional HBCU Summit on Retention

Sixteenth Annual Regional HBCU Summit on Retention

March 14-16, 2013

Ocean City, Maryland
The Sixteenth Annual Regional HBCU Summit on Retention is scheduled for March 14-16, 2013 in Ocean City, Maryland. The theme for this summit is Improving Retention at HBCUs: Leveraging Black Male Success for Overarching College Completion

WEBSITE: http://www.morgan.edu/Academics/Special_ProgramsCenters/HBCU_Summit_on_Retention.html

CALL FOR PROPOSAL: If you are interested in making a presentation at the summit use the Call for Proposals to submit your abstract via email. The Call for Proposals is available on the summit website at:


REGISTRATION: The summit will be held at Clarion Resort Hotel in Ocean City. A copy of the registration form is available on the summit website at:


The registration fees for the summit are:


 Conference until Feb. 15th                     $350   

 Conference after Feb. 15th                     $400   

 Conference Onsite                                 $400   


Student Reg. until Feb. 15th                        $250

 Student Reg. after Feb. 15th                   $275   

 Student Reg. Onsite                               $275


HOTEL: Clarion Resort Hotel, 10100 Coastal Highway, Ocean City, MD 21842, (410) 524-3535. Follow the directions at the bottom of the registration form to make hotel reservations.

STUDENT PARTICIPATION:  As we have done previously, we will have students participating at the summit. We will also need students to assist in the break out sessions.  If you are planning to bring students and they would like to participate, please forward their names, majors, and classifications to me as soon as possible, Dr. John Wheatland at x3864, john.wheatland@morgan.edu

MODERATORS: We are looking for 2-3 attendees from each institution (faculty and staff) to volunteer to be a moderator for one session during the summit. Please contact Dr. John Wheatland at x3864, john.wheatland@morgan.edu  if you are willing to be a moderator.

Please visit the Summit’s Website for additional information. Local MSU contacts for the summit are Dr. John A. Wheatland at x3864 (john.wheatland@morgan.edu) and Dr. Tiffany McMillan at x3651, (tiffany.mcmillan@morgan.edu).

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