AASD

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AcronymDefinition
AASDAustralian Art Sales Digest
AASDAppleton Area School District (Wisconsin)
AASDArabic Association for the Study of Diabetes and Metabolism
AASDAltoona Area School District (Pennsylvania)
AASDAtlanta Area School for the Deaf
AASDAssociate of Applied Science Degree (various locations)
AASDActors Alliance of San Diego
AASDActors Alliance of San Diego (California)
AASDAfrican American Student Development
AASDAfrican American Studies Department
AASDAfrican American Studies Department (University of Maryland)
AASDAging and Adult Services Division (Colorado)
AASDAntiaircraft Self-Destroying
AASDAnaerobic Activated Sludge Digestion
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Temple University's African American Studies Department's implementation and commitment to the Afrocentric paradigm locates it within the category of the Afrocentrism category.
McBride to "completely rebuild" its African American studies department and its curriculum.
Since its formative years, Georgia State's African American Studies department has grown to a seven member tenured track faculty (four Associate professors and three untenured Assistant Professors) with a fifty-one course curriculum and sixty-one students who are African-American Studies majors.
The African American Studies Department had two professors before McBride was hired.
In order for African American studies departments to offer dance classes, they have to forge relationships with the dance department in their university so that they can use the studios and theater.
Miller (ptm@temple.edu) is a doctorial candidate in the African American Studies Department at Temple University.
As professor in the African American Studies Department at the University of California at Berkeley, she established the wildly successful Poetry for the People program in 1991.
Eddie Glaude Jr., who is chairman of the African American Studies Department and a friend.
alumnus of Temple's African American studies department, has also advised and steered students to the Temple program.
At Yale, she is preparing to chair the African American studies department.
Over the last two decades, the Department has continued to be named by academic journals and research investigations as one of the top African American Studies Departments in the country based on published papers by faculty members.
IHR: Like too many African American Studies departments across the nation, Temple's department is under attack.
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