Dean of JSU College of Education chosen for exclusive conference


Dr. Daniel Watkins, dean of the JSU College of Education and Human Development.

Daniel Watkins, dean of the Jackson State University College of Education and Human Development has been chosen to participate in the Rutgers Graduate School of Education HBCU College of Education Dean’s Think Tank, July 11-12 at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He will participate in a two-day experience designed to create spaces for critical and on-going dialogue to illuminate important issues in the P-20 spectrum. In an effort to uphold the mission of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Chair in Education, which is Promoting  Potential Through Partnership, Think Tank members will engage in discussions about social justice issues  and will be led by facilitators from Temple University, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, and Ohio State University.
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Spencer McClenty
spencer.l.mcclenty@jsums.edu

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  2. Congratulations Dr. Watkins and thank you for your engagement representing JSU in the on-going discussions on P-20 initiatives in higher ed that pool a variety of sources and span the education sectors ranging from early education, through K-12, post-secondary and into the workforce. Look forward to your good news.

  3. We need all the partnership we can get uniting for the good of humanity. We will be well represented. Thanks to our dean who alway do a job well.

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