TITLE III ACTIVITIES PART B 2012-2017
Faculty Development and Instructional Technology
This activity promotes a culture of excellence that supports the professional development of faculty as teacher-scholar-leader. In addition, it expands the use and integration of digital and social media in instructional design, student-centered instruction and pedagogy.
The images below were from the Pan-African Pedagogy Institute. The Institute was held during the Summer of 2016.
Dr. Ligon, English Professor;
Dr. Foster, Music Professor,
and Dr. Earl-Lewis, FDC Director
Dr. Davis, Business Administration
Dr. Stevens, English Professor;
and Dr. Hodge, Sociology Professor
Dr. Vereen, Biology Professor;
and Dr. Nmah, Mathematics
|Dr. Ray, Economics Professor||
Dr. Welcher, Sociology Professor;
Dr. Earl-Lewis, FDC Director; and
Dr. Lamar, Mathematics Professor
Redesign and Enhancement of Business Processes
This activity develops ways to consolidate and work for cost optimization, redesign business processes that are critical to the College’s operations and develop and implement practices and procedures to maintain an environment of continuous improvement.
The College installed this NEMO-Q to assist with the processes of Enrollment Services.
Technological and Physical Campus Improvements
This activity provides the proper tools and a technological background allowing Morehouse to perform critical academic and operational functions with maximum productivity. Also, it enables the College to renovate instructional facilities to accommodate the enhancements to the academic programs.
Network Cable Closet
Updated Network Cable Closet
Wheeler Hall Ceiling & Light Updates
Before - 3rd Floor
Before - 2nd Floor
After - 2nd Floor
After - 1st Floor
After - 1st Floor Main Lobby
Administrative Professional Development
This activity supports professional development opportunities for staff and administrators.
Past Training Events
This activity strengthens the Advising Center’s infrastructure and services that incorporate components of the College’s retention plan and student development plans.