Several Clark Atlanta University students are prepared to make history being the first educational fleet traveling to Havana Cuba, after the lift of the US and Cuban embargo.
Senior, political science major Stephanie Alexander will be presenting “How the Global Recession in 2008 effected the tourism industry in Jamaica”. She and her fellow Cougars of the Political Science Department are proud to announce that several students will be in attendance.
juniors: Imani Lockworth, Ashanti Mayo, Adisha Penn and Zahari Peoples,
seniors: Stephanie Alexander, Rahdaysha Cummings, Christopher Scott Zakar Dosley and
PhD student: Janita Bah
Each of the aforementioned students have been selected to present research in the 18th Annual New Political Science Conference at the University of Havana, in the heart of the city. From November 18-20, these HBCU students will be representing their HBCU and HBCUs everywhere. The following note can be found on their page to raise funds for the event:
Greetings Faculty, Professors, Administrators, Family, and Friends!
The students of the Political Science Department are proud to announce that Political science juniors; Imani Lockworth, Ashanti Mayo, Adisha Penn, and Zahari Peoples, seniors; Stephanie Alexander, Christopher Scott, Rahdaysha Cummings, Zakar Dosley, and PhD student Janita Bah has been selected to present research in the 18th Annual New Political Science Conference at the University of Havana, in Havana Cuba.
The selected papers that will be presented in the conference are on “Video Surveillance and its Role in Promoting Policy Reform in Law Enforcement” as well as, “How the Global Recession of 2008 affected the Tourism Industry in Jamaica”. The conference will take place during the week of November 16, 2015.
As proud panthers we need the public support and backing from our illustrious institution. This endeavor is not only a prestigious accomplishment for us as students but it is also speaks volumes to the quality and
work ethic of Clark Atlanta University students whom have embodied the Spirit of Greatness.
For more information on how you can support us publicly on social media platforms contact Dr. Terri Platt via email at Tplatt@Cau.edu . Any donations will be greatly appreciated.