Wheelock Students Attend Prestigious Visitation Program
November 06, 2012
Three Wheelock students -Kate Tejada, Aleesha Pierre-Jules, Adriana Morales and Tasheka Nelson-attended the Purdue University Graduate School Annual Multicultural - Historically Black Institution (HBI) Visitation Program.
During the three-day visit, students visited their prospective graduate departments and attended workshops aimed at enhancing enrollment and success in graduate school. This is the second year that Wheelock College students have participated in the HBI program founded by Dwight Lewis, Ph.D., Director of Multicultural Programs at Purdue University.
As part of Purdue University's commitment to diversity, The Purdue University Graduate School covered all student expenses for the trip.
Wheelock College students interested in the program should contact Detris Honora Adelabu, Ed.D. in the Psychology and Human Development Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.