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The SASH Report – March 2023
SASH Report - March 2023
Welcome to the second edition of the SASH Report, a monthly newsletter highlighting what’s happening in the School of Arts, Sciences, and Humanities. This is where we spotlight our incredible SASH students, faculty, and staff, announce upcoming events, and share ideas.

A Message from Dean Valerie Ann Johnson

This month the SASH Report is dedicated to Women’s History Month. In this edition, the SASH Report features the work of Dr. Dorothy C. Browne and her team of researchers who help elevate the research profile at Shaw U. Dr. Browne brings to our School a wealth of experience in research and considerable knowledge in public health and social work. We also have interesting updates from all our departments: HAIS, HHLS, MCDT, and SWSJS and a full calendar of events. Thank you for taking the time to check out the SASH Report.

Speaking about women, Dr. Anna Julia Cooper wrote in her Black feminist treatise, A Voice from the South (1892): “No plan for renovating society, no scheme for purifying politics, no reform in church or in state, no moral, social, or economic question, no movement upward or downward in the human plane is lost on her.”

We have a lot of events and news to share with you! Enjoy!

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Spectrum News 1 interviewed recent graduate Kasonia Smith about the value of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). As graduation ceremonies take place across the state this month, many students are facing financial difficulties when it comes to paying for college. The Education Data Initiative