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  • National Association of African-American Honors Programs (NAAAHP) | naaahp.org
    Students 190 Faculty and Staff 215 Professional Individual 220 Regular Registration Rates July 1st September 30th Members Students 200 Faculty and Staff 225 Professional Individuals 230 Nonmembers Students 215 Faculty and Staff 240 Professional Individual 245 Late Registration Rates October 1st October 31st Members Students 225 Faculty and Staff 250 Professional Individuals 255 Nonmembers Students 240 Faculty and Staff 265 Professional Individual 270 Welcome to the NAAAHP Thank you for

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  • National Association of African-American Honors Programs (NAAAHP) | naaahp.org
    Students 190 Faculty and Staff 215 Professional Individual 220 Regular Registration Rates July 1st September 30th Members Students 200 Faculty and Staff 225 Professional Individuals 230 Nonmembers Students 215 Faculty and Staff 240 Professional Individual 245 Late Registration Rates October 1st October 31st Members Students 225 Faculty and Staff 250 Professional Individuals 255 Nonmembers Students 240 Faculty and Staff 265 Professional Individual 270 Welcome to the NAAAHP Thank you for

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  • Conference
    of businesses corporations and graduate schools participated in career and graduate fairs Students engaged in vigorous competitions such as Debate Quiz Bowl African Model U N and scholarly research presentations Honors directors deans and faculty engaged in research presentations roundtable discussions and panel discussions about best practices in Honors administration We offered exciting activities to balance and enhance social skills and knowledge in an interdisciplinary setting The annual conference hosted by Tennessee State University and Fisk University was held at the beautiful breathtaking Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center This year s theme The Audacity of Vision Dare to Dream was designed to ignite a fire within each scholar to see beyond what they can see believe in their God given potential and to attempt the impossible Fisk University Jubilee Singers On behalf of NAAAHP we would like to express our sincere thanks to Tennessee State University and Fisk University for hosting the 24th Annual NAAAHP Conference We are grateful for the tremendous support encouragement legal advice and willingness to take a risk on an ambitious dream to make this one of the best and biggest conferences in NAAAHP history Yours in Excellence Dr Coreen Jackson Ph D President NAAAHP Director University Honors Program Tennessee State University Download Conference Schedule Click the photo to read more The 2015 24th Annual Conference has officially ended Thank you for your participation NAAAHP is a national academic organization that provides Honors students with opportunities to present scholarly research network debate and compete academically each year at its annual conference Moreover students are instructed in the ways of leadership and service by participating in community service cultural enrichment and the annual career and graduate school expos The annual conference brings together Honors students faculty staff and professionals from Historically Black Colleges and Universities and

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  • Sponsorship
    PBCUs in America This year s annual conference The Audacity of Vision Dare to Dream brings together the best and brightest African American undergraduate scholars They will participate in the following scholarly activities Research in Business STEM Social Science and Liberal Arts disciplines Debate Quiz Bowl and Model African Union Professional development leadership training internships and Career and graduate school fairs Tennessee State University Honors Program in collaboration with Fisk University will host this year s conference in the It City of Nashville Tennessee We invite you to be one of our coveted national sponsors for this auspicious occasion Won t you partner with us in assisting some of the best and brightest students to achieve a future filled with the hopes and dreams they share in being a beacon of hope for the world Your participation in this conference through sponsorship and the career fair will ensure access to high caliber minority Honors students from many HBCU s and PBCU s throughout the country These are students who can help lead your business into the future If you are interested in offering internships research opportunities and or employment for high achieving minority students then we invite you to attend Please complete the enclosed partnership form and return your payment to the address provided We appreciate your continued support For additional information please contact Dr Coreen Jackson 615 963 5802 or Ms Angelia Divine at 205 929 7540 We look forward with anticipation to your participation and favorable response Exhibitor Registration Form Sponsorship Levels We are inviting your company to be a major sponsor at one of the following levels Please download and complete the Exhibitor Registration Form and return with your payment to the address on the form 1 Premier Platinum 30 000 Level Exclusive presenting sponsorship title of

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  • Members
    Individuals 230 Nonmembers Students 215 Faculty and Staff 240 Professional Individual 245 Late Registration Rates October 1st October 31st Members Students 225 Faculty and Staff 250 Professional Individuals 255 Nonmembers Students 240 Faculty and Staff 265 Professional Individual 270 Become a Member NAAAHP offers student individual institutional and professional memberships For active students the annual dues are included in the conference fee For institutional or sustaining memberships a 200 fee

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  • Registration Forms
    Professional Individuals 255 Nonmembers Students 240 Faculty and Staff 265 Professional Individual 270 Registration Forms Forms Deadline Submit Method Academic Quiz Bowl Registration Form no longer available ONLINE Call for Performance Honors Got Talent Form no longer available ONLINE Call for Proposals Form no longer available ONLINE Debate Registration Form no longer available ONLINE Dr Freddye T Davy Scholarship Application no longer available ONLINE NAAAHP Annual Conference Registration Mail In

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  • Scholarships
    present scholarly research network debate and compete academically Moreover the organization fosters students development in an undergraduate environment that promotes scholarship and an appreciation of African American culture NAAAHP is proud to have instituted an annual scholarship for a deserving student The Dr Freddye T Davy Humanitarian and Service Award is instituted because of Dr Davy s many years of service to NAAAHP and the Honors education community Dr Davy served as Honors Director at Hampton University from 1994 until her death in 2012 Under her leadership The Freddy T Davy Honors College was established at Hampton The memorial is in the form of a scholarship to a deserving student and presented as the Dr Freddye T Davy Humanitarian and Service Award Honors directors of each active NAAAHP institution are allowed to submit one active student nominee for the award The winner is announced at the 24th Annual 2015 NAAAHP Conference The Audacity of Vision Dare to Dream Dr Freddye T Davy Scholarship Application Eligibility Deadline September 14 2015 Student must be financially active within their Honors College Programs dues paid Student must demonstrate service in a role within their Honors program during the 2014 2015 school year and or

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  • Gallery
    Rates April 30 June 30 Members Students 175 Faculty and Staff 200 Professional Individuals 205 Nonmembers Students 190 Faculty and Staff 215 Professional Individual 220 Regular Registration Rates July 1st September 30th Members Students 200 Faculty and Staff 225 Professional Individuals 230 Nonmembers Students 215 Faculty and Staff 240 Professional Individual 245 Late Registration Rates October 1st October 31st Members Students 225 Faculty and Staff 250 Professional Individuals 255 Nonmembers

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