Join us for a keynote and panel discussion exploring the historical and contemporary relevance of HBCUs, as part of a series of events commemorating the Notre Dame - Tennessee State University football game.
Dr. Charlie Nelms, former chancellor of North Carolina Central University and a nationally recognized leader in higher education, will highlight the important role Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have played and continue to play in the U.S. higher education landscape.
He will be joined by the president of the Tennessee State University National Alumni Association and Notre Dame faculty and staff who are also graduates of HBCUs.
- Charles H. Galbreath, Jr., president of the Tennessee State University National Alumni Association and a senior consultant in juvenile justice field
- Nyree McDonald, associate dean for graduate enrollment management, Notre Dame
- Rev. Hugh Page, vice president of institutional transformation, Notre Dame
- Cidni Sanders, executive director of diversity communications, Notre Dame
Reception to follow. Sponsored by NDHR and DPAC.
Watch WNDU's Joshua Short sit down with our Director of Staff Diversity and Inclusion, Eric Love, to discuss the significance of HBCUs and the Notre Dame - Tennessee State University football game.