(Tahlequah and Broken Arrow, Okla.)--Native American leadership will be the next topic at the Sequoyah Seminar Series, presented by Northeastern State University.
The Oct. 14-15 seminar is in the Tower Room of the W. Roger Webb Educational Technology Center and over ITV to Liberal Arts, Room 114 on the Broken Arrow campus. The sessions are 3-9 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Dr. Grayson Noley is the keynote speaker. Dr. Noley is the associate professor and former chair of leadership and policy studies in the Department of Education at the University of Oklahoma.
A Choctaw, Noley holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from Southeastern Oklahoma State. He earned his master’s and doctoral degrees in educational administration at Penn State.
This Army veteran is project director for American Leadership in School Administration and headed the Oklahoma Native Education Network. He sits on the American Indian Graduate Center board and serves as president of the Midwest History of Education Society. He also chairs the governing board for National Native American Families Together.
While the seminar series is offered as credit for degree-seeking students and continuing education certification for professionals, anyone interested is invited to register. All participants should register through NSU Continuing Education to ensure space.
Participants can apply credit to Social Work 4751, ZAP numbers 0746 and 2306. Graduate course credit can be applied to Education 5731, ZAP 2243. To receive course credit, participants must be admitted to NSU. Students can also receive continuing education certificate credit. Registration fee is $80 for those not seeking course credits.
For more information or to register contact NSU Continuing Education at (918) 444-4610.
Published: 10/10/2011 10:29:58 AM