Category Archive: Professor

Yvonne Carter Williams

  Dr. Yvonne Carter Williams Hampton and Esther Boswell Distinguished University Professor of Black Studies. Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University; M.A., University of Connecticut; B.A., Pennsylvania State University. By Dale Ricardo Shields ~*****~ “Every man takes the limits of his own field of vision for the limits of the world.” Arthur Schopenhauer Dr. Yvonne C. …

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Dr. Nefretete Rasheed

Nefretete Rasheed, Ph.D Artist of Interdisciplinary Arts, Theatre, Dance, Poetry. By Arthur T. Wilson “Everyday is Graduation” Dr. Nefretete Rasheed  * Nefretete Rasheed, Ph.D., a graduate of New York University, is an educator, writer, and therapist. She is also the Education and Clinical Director for Aspirations, Inc., an organization she founded that promotes teaching and …

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Glenda Dickerson

Glenda Dickerson By Dale Ricardo Shields  * Glenda Dickerson is a director, writer, folklorist, and educator. She directed professionally  at the Biltmore Theatre (Broadway), Circle in the Square (New York City), Lorraine Hansberry Theatre (San Francisco), Arena Stage, Ford’s Theatre and the Kennedy Center (Washington, D.C.), among others. Birth – 1945 (Houston, Texas) ~ Death (Ypsilanti, …

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Toni King

Dr. Toni King ~ Provost, Professor and Writer * Dr. Toni King is one of the first cadre of African American women to complete the Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University’s prestigious Weatherhead School of Management in the 1980s. Just prior to completing her doctorate in 1987, Dr. King taught at the …

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