Springfield, Ohio — Wittenberg University will celebrate 40 years of student initiative, social awareness and activism with the first-ever Concerned Black Students (CBS) anniversary brunch awards ceremony at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 18, in Room 105 of the Joseph C. Shouvlin Center for Lifelong Learning, 737 N. Fountain Ave.
Springfield, Ohio — Esteemed poet, essayist, playwright and educator Elizabeth Alexander will address the Wittenberg and Springfield communities during Wittenberg University’s annual Witt Series-sponsored Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Convocation at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 18, in historic Weaver Chapel.
After obtaining degrees from Yale University and Boston University, Alexander completed her Ph.D. in English at the University of Pennsylvania. She currently teaches at Yale, where she serves as the chair of the Department of African American Studies.
American Studies 100: Introduction to American Studies; History 221: United States History I or History 222: United States History II; 12 additional semester hours in American Studies with at least four hours taken in 300-level courses.
American Studies 100: Introduction to American Studies; History 221: United States History I; History 222: United States History II; and either American Studies 400: Readings in American Studies or one of the courses in the Research in American Studies category.