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Women’s History Month

Mar
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Women’s History Month – Diane C. Hyman

Women's History Month Diane C. Hyman Deputy Director of Land-Grant Programs UDC CAUSES is proud to celebrate and acknowledge the outstanding work and years of service contributed by one of the College’s female trailblazer, Diane Hyman. Diane C. Hyman serves as the Deputy Director of Land-Grant Programs. She is a business administrator with more than… Continue Reading Women’s History Month – Diane C. Hyman
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Mar
17

Women’s History Month – Mrs. Norma Bullock

Women's History Month Mrs. Norma Bullock UDC Alum  Mrs. Norma  Bullock is a 1983 magna cum laude graduate of the University of the District of Columbia (UDC), with a Bachelor of Public Administration degree.  For over 38 years, she has been connected with UDC through the Odessa Starks Davis Memorial Scholarship, founded in 1983 after… Continue Reading Women’s History Month – Mrs. Norma Bullock
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Mar
10

Women’s History Month – Professor Robin L. Cook

Women's History Month Professor Robin L. Cook UDC Alum Professor Robin L. Cook is a winner of the President’s Executive Cabinet Award in Teaching (Academic Year 2016-2017). She was recently named a “Dean’s Teaching Fellow” having completed training in The Association of College and University Educators’ (ACUE) course on Effective College Teaching, thus earning a… Continue Reading Women’s History Month – Professor Robin L. Cook
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Mar
10

Women’s History Month – Professor Stella Ayika

Women's History Month Professor Stella Ayika UDC Alum  Professor Stella Ayika was voted one of two UDC-CC full-time Faculty Members of the Year for 2017 through its Employee Recognition Program. An eternally upbeat, cheerful, and effective assistant professor, Stella Ayika was also selected to represent UDC-CC on a national stage as a 2017 John & Suanne Roueche… Continue Reading Women’s History Month – Professor Stella Ayika
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Mar
03

Women’s History Month – Professor Kosiso N. Onyia

UDC Celebrates Women's History Month  Professor Kosiso N. Onyia UDC Alum David A. Clarke School of Law Professor Kosiso Onyia is an Adjunct Professor of Law at her alma mater, the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law. For the last 18 years, she has worked at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) where she is… Continue Reading Women’s History Month – Professor Kosiso N. Onyia
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Mar
06

Did you know……Dr. Shiela Harmon Martin

Did You Know.. UDC Professor: Among the First Women Officials in the World of International Boxing. Dr. Shiela Harmon-Martin, Chair of UDC’s Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Professor of Political Science, achieved many “firsts” among women and African Americans as an international boxing judge.   For over 20 years, she judged professional boxers in… Continue Reading Did you know……Dr. Shiela Harmon Martin
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Mar
06

Women’s History Month – Floretta Dukes McKenzie, Ed.D 

Floretta Dukes McKenzie, Ed.D  UDC Alum - Superintendent of DC Public Schools A legendary educator, Dr. Floretta Dukes McKenzie has a distinguished record of more than 40 years of service to education as both a school administrator and educational consultant. Born in Lakeland, Fla. in 1935, her family moved to Washington, DC.  She was a… Continue Reading Women’s History Month – Floretta Dukes McKenzie, Ed.D 
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Mar
30

UDC Celebrates National Social Work Month! – Brandynicole Brooks

  UDC Celebrates National Social Work Month! This year as we observe Women’s History Month, we also commemorate National Social Work Month by honoring the work of Adjunct Professor Brandynicole Brooks, LICSW, whose published work, Black Single Mothers and the Child Welfare System: A Guide for Social Workers on Addressing Oppression educates on the struggles… Continue Reading UDC Celebrates National Social Work Month! – Brandynicole Brooks

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Mar
27

Women’s History Month – Marguerite Thomas Williams

Women’s History Month Marguerite Thomas Williams UDC Alum: First African American to Earn a Ph.D. in Geology Marguerite Thomas Williams, born in Washington, DC in1895, was the first African American to earn a Ph.D. in geology in the United States. Williams was mentored by African-American biologist Ernest Everett Just. She earned her bachelor’s degree in… Continue Reading Women’s History Month – Marguerite Thomas Williams

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Mar
24

Women’s History Month – Tyrona T. DeWitt

Women’s History Month  Tyrona T. DeWitt UDC Alum: Magistrate Judge, Superior Court of the District of Columbia  Tyrona T. DeWitt was sworn in as a Magistrate Judge in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia on October 31, 2016. Prior to her appointment, Judge DeWitt worked as an Assistant Attorney General in the Family… Continue Reading Women’s History Month – Tyrona T. DeWitt

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