The Role of a Historically Black College in Adventist Education

Description:
President Baker provides a brief history of Oakwood College as a historically black college (HBC), and shares insight into the role, direction, and purpose the college has taken. Baker posits that a historically black college in the Adventist context offers access the Christian education, a holistic, three part focus on spirituality, sensitivity, and socialization, and commitment to meeting the needs of African-American students, as well as other diverse cultural and ethnic groups worldwide, in the areas of graduation success, academic support, and faculty role models. 
Rating:
Licence Type:
Free
URL:
Publication Date:
2002
Author:
Delbert W Baker
Publisher:
Journal of Adventist Education
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD  20904-6600

Phone: 301 680 5069
FAX: 301 622 9627
Email: goffc@gc.adventist.org
URL: http://jae.adventist.org
Topics:
Keywords:
More Info Less Info
Language:
English
Resource Type:
Internet Resources; Serial Publications
Resource Objective:
Professional Development / Training
Level:
Tertiary-Lifelong
Audience:
Administrator / Leader, Teacher / Faculty
Religious Origin:
Seventh-day Adventist