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First Donuts with the Director

AFAM students with Director, Dr. Carolyn Jones Medine

On Monday, September 23, 2019, the Institute for African American Studies hosted our first "Donuts with the Director" event in 314 Park Hall. Students networked with one another and the Director of IAAS, Dr. Carolyn Jones Medine, as they enjoyed free coffee and donuts. We encourage current and prospective AFAM undergraduate or graduate students to stop by 314 Park Hall any time to use the library, student lounge, or free printing. 

If you have questions about IAAS or would like to get involved, stop by 315 Park Hall or email Kendra Freeman ( to get connected. We hope to see you soon!

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 - 10:50am


Director, Institute for African American Studies, All Shall Be Well Professor of Religion

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