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K-State Today

March 2, 2016



Faculty and students present at the Big 12 Black Student Government Conference

By Be Stoney

Be Stoney, associate professor in curriculum and instruction, and students Kofi Anane-Sekyere, Marquis Golliday and Jesse Hill presented at the 39th annual Big 12 Conference on Black Student Government at the University of Kansas, Lawrence. They presented "10 Skills to Help African-American Students Learn Success on a Predominately White Institution Campus."

The 2016 conference theme was "Liberating Our Minds: Unleashing Our Power." The 39th annual Big 12 Conference on Black Student Government was Feb. 25-27, at the Kansas Memorial Union.

The Big 12 Council on Black Student Government is a regional Black Student Governing Body, which consists of the Black Student Governments from institutions in the Big 12 conference.