Second finalist for assistant director of Center for Black Culture & Research visits campus on Wednesday
Maurice Gipson, the executive director of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., will meet with WVU student leaders, the Black Faculty Association and other key members from the administration.
The WVU community will have an opportunity to ask questions to Gipson during an open forum from 2-3 p.m. in the Mountaineer Room of the Mountainlair.
Curtis Proctor, student life skills instructor at Bethune-Cookman University, visited campus on Feb. 8. James Jackson, adjunct faculty in the Office of Student Success at Owens Community College Findlay Campus, will visit on Feb. 20.
For more information on the Center for Black Culture & Research, visit http://cbc.wvu.edu/.
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