For most university students, classes are focused on lectures and laptops rather than on crayons and construction paper. For the Fall semester, however, four Asbury University foreign language education majors were returning to the basics.
For two afternoons a week, Natalie Young, Rachelle Frazier, Shae Glenn and Joshua Hodge set aside their college textbooks and turned to coloring sheets and classroom games as they taught Spanish to 12 local home-schooled students ranging in age from 6 to 11.
WILMORE, KY—More than 70 middle school and high school students got a taste of life on Asbury’s campus Saturday during the Black Achievers of Central Kentucky College Awareness Day.
The Black Achievers of Central Kentucky is one branch of the nationwide YMCA Black Achievers program, which connects students with local African-American adult role models and helps them develop academic, career and life skills. Their visit to Asbury, which was sponsored by PNC Bank, was designed to teach them about college life and studies.
WILMORE, KY—The Asbury University School of Education, in partnership with the school’s Admission’s Office and with the support of a generous grant from PNC Bank, is sponsoring “College Awareness Day” for Black Achievers of Central Kentucky (grades 7-12) on Saturday.
WILMORE, KY—Asbury University’s College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education and School of Communication Arts are pleased to announce the hire of seven full-time faculty members for the 2010-11 academic year.
The Graduate Education Committee is part of the overall education department committee structure system. The Asbury Universtiy committee structure reveals the relationship of the Graduate Education Committee (GEC) to the larger structure.