NSU BOX 3399
NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 71497
African-Americans in Louisiana Higher Education (AALHE) was born from
the need for university and college professionals to have a mechanism to
enhance their professional development and network with others throughout
AALHE MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of African-Americans in Louisiana Higher Education is to
enhance the professional development of its membership by:
A) Providing an effective organizational, administrative, and management structure
B) Promoting the higher education profession
C) Improving the skills of higher education professionals
D) Promoting and supporting public policy and legislation which enhances the higher education profession
E) Contributing to the advancement and dissemination of research and knowledge in higher education
Members of AALHE include university and college professionals in administrative,
faculty, and staff positions who are utilizing their education to promote
equality for African-Americans, to promote education and self-development,
to work towards positive societal change, and to serve as positive role
models for students.
WHO CAN JOIN AALHE?
Membership in AALHE is open to anyone who is employed in the university/college
system, which includes foundations, boards, and institutes. In principle
and practice, we value and work toward a diverse membership. Membership
is not by invitation, but rather by the desire to join an organization
that offers programs that foster personal-growth by enhancing skills and
making significant contributions to society.
AALHE SUPPORTS HIGHER EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS THROUGH:
The annual Forum in April which consists of professional development workshops which provide an opportunity for the therapeutic introspection, information on statewide and national trends in higher education, a networking reception, and an opportunity to travel to colleges and universities, throughout the state.
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