AFS 283 COMMUNITY SERVICE
Department of Africana Studies, Stony Brook University
The Department of Africana Studies is dedicated to the twin goals of academic excellence and social responsibility. Consequently, in addition to traditional classroom instruction, opportunities are provided for AFS students to perform service for the benefit of the community, both on and off campus.
This three-credit course is open to U3 or U4 students enrolled in Stony Brook University in good standing. Admission to this course is limited and requires permission from the Department of Africana Studies.
Community Service may include supervised participation in:
- BlackWorld Newspaper
- Africana Studies Library
- University Gospel Choir
- UNITI Cultural Center (UCC)
- Off-campus Church Ministry
- Community school mentoring
- Community health organizations
- Other approved community activities.
Scholarship Awards; Bliss Verdon and Richard B. Moore May 25, 2011, SBS S-244
Commencement and Convocation; May 25, 2011, SBS S-244
Congratulations to the first graduates for the Graduate Certificate in Africana Studies
Congratulations to Dr. Dawn P. Harris on her Appointment to full time faculty
Congratulations to Dr. Dawn Harris on the award for a Presidential Mini Grant
We welcome a new Visiting Assistant Professor for Fall 2011 Dr. Zebulon Miletsky
Undergraduate Office: 631.632.7470 • Graduate Office: 631.632.7470 • Fax: 631.632.5703