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WHAT IS THE FATE OF THOSE WE EDUCATE? presented by Theresa
Hood. Instructor: Dr. p. Masila Mutisya
the black PANTHERS; COUNTDOWN TO A REVOLUTION, presented
by Miriam Levy. Instructor: Dr. Hsiaofen Hemstock.
MULTICULTURAL POLITICS AND THE "PROGRESSIVE MUSIC"
MOVEMENT. presented by Natalie Schaefer. Instructor:
Dr. Robert Eddy
STUDENTS' CHANGING ATTITUDES IN A CHANGING EDUCATIONAL
ENVIRONMENT. Presented by Earl J. Moniz. Instructor:
VIOLENCE IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOLS, CAUSES AND PRESCRIPTIONS.
Presented by Eugene Slocum. Instructor: Dr. Mutisya
A WHITE WOMAN'S ENTRANCE INTO AN HISTORICALLY BLACK
UNIVERSITY AND THE WALL OF RACISM. Presented by Karis L.
King. Instructor: Dr. Eddy.
COLLEGE STUDENTS AND THEIR ATTITUDES TOWARD AFROCENTRICITY.
by Pamela Dry. Instructors: Drs. Ross and Matisya.
EDUCATIONAL SUPPRESSION OF MINORITIES AND WELFARE
RECIPIENTS, PERCEPTIONS, CAUSES, AND SOLUTIONS. Presented
by Martha J. Sisk. Instructor: Dr. Matisya.
ATTITUDES OF SOCIAL SERVICES PERSONNEL REGARDING WHITE
ADOPTION AND CAREGIVING OF AFRICAN AMERICAN AND LATINO/
HISPANIC CHILDREN. Presented by Sandra Ashe. Instructor:
USE OF DIETHOXYTRIPHENYLPHOSPHORANE, A VERSATILE
CYCLODEHYDRATING AGENT: RING CLOSING OF N-SUBSTITUTED
GAMMA-AMINOALCOHOLS. Presented by James H. Johnson, Jr
and Steven L. Thomas. Instructor: Dr. Maya Ganguli
THE EFFECTS OF AIDS EDUCATION ON AIDS AWARENESS IN
CUMBERLAND COUNTY. Presented by Martell L. Teasley.
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE SERIOUSNESS OF MALE AND
FEMALE CRIMINALITY. Presented by Deidra T. Blue.
Instructors Mr. Gordon M. Armstrong and Mrs. Cheryl
HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUE IN THE US-SINO RELATION. Presented by
George N. Kurban. Instructor: Dr. Hemstock
DATING AND MATE SELECTION PREFERENCES AMONG AFRICAN-
AMERICAN COLLEGE STUDENTS. Presented by Donald E. Cooper.
Instructor: Dr. Ross
COLLEGE STUDENTS' ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS TOWARD DATING.
Presented by Tannis Jenkins. Instructor: Dr. Ross
GENETIC MAP POSITIONS IN TWO MODIFIERS OF SEGREGATION
DISTORTION IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER. Presented by
Carolyn Moore, Rebecca Montaldo, and Lesslie Hadley.
Instructor: Dr. Floyd Waddle.
THE EFFECTS OF DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES ON JUVENILE
DELINQUENCY. Presented by Lisa Stolarski. Instructor:
Dr. Godpower Okereke.
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF GENDER AND THE FEAR OF CRIME ON
CAMPUS. Presented by Gwendolyn V. Stewart. Instructors:
Mr. Armstrong and Dr. William E. Reed.
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