Installation Activities and Volunteers

ACTIVITIES, COMMITTEES AND VOLUNTEERS

DAY

EVENT


VOLUNTEER(S)

SUNDAY

Inter-faith Fellowship Service

?????


MONDAY

Music, Fashion & Cultural events

Dr Ekele Ngwadom

TUESDAY

Economic Initiatives

Dr Phillip Mwalali

WEDNESDAY

Symposium: Academic & Economic Advancement

Dr Chima Nwosu

THURSDAY

INSTALLATION OF DR AKINYELE

Dr Ismail Abdullahi & Dr Mutisya

DAYS

EVENT & Activities

TIME,

RESOURCES

SUNDAY

Interfaith Fellowship Service:

Planning meeting, Invitations, Order of
service, Service format,

 

 

 

MONDAY

MUSIC: Identify variety, identify
musicians, negotiate with musicians, Identify music performance time(s).

FASHION:

Identify variety, format and time(s),
identify vendors or performers, negotiate, invite.

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES:

Identify………

 

 

TUESDAY

ECONOMIC INITIATIVES:

Identifying Diaspora economic initiatives,
Identifying geographical peculiarities and spread of Diaspora economic
initiatives, predictability or otherwise of Diaspora economic
activities,   etc.

 

 

WEDNESDAY

SYMPOSIUM:

Identification of theme, calling for
papers, vetting abstracts, 
requesting submissions, requesting attendance, allocating time and
personnel etc.

 

 

THURSDAY

NCCU Input

 

 

Agenda

1.           Review of Template as drafted by Dr. Chima Nwosu
2.          
Theme of the Conference from April 15 -19, 2017, venues and arrangement
3.            
Follow up on Dr. Multisay’s brief with Dr. Tate cum Dr. Akinyele’s inauguration
4.            
Committees and assignments.

5.            Membership drive/dues

Ekele Ngwadom

 Chairman, ADCNC

 

All

As as possible theme, “HBCU AFRICULTURE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT” planned for April15-19, I wanted to get some ideas relating to the issue of Cultural Economic
Development.

I’d like for the people cc’ed on this email to provide subject matter expertise
relating to applications of cultural economics and how it can be incorporated
into the summit.  For example, I’m personally interested in the Cultural
Resiliency as  breakout session with dialog regarding best practices to
reduce pressures for community migration and marginalization through a five-part
approach: 

(1).
Knowledge-sharing, (2). Community Focus, (3). Innovative economics, (4).
Integrated platforms, (5). Learning and teaching. 


Looking forward to productive input!!

Be blessed,

Nate