The state's sesquicentennial will frame West Virginia State University's College of Professional Studies convocation program on Tuesday.
Kanawha County Delegate Meshea Poore will deliver the convocation's keynote address, "How Bold, Caring and Daring Are You?"
The convocation will take place beginning at 12:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Wallace Hall, room 122. It is free and open to the public.
Preparing qualified professionals to serve and lead in a global society is the mission of the College of Professional Studies.
The convocation will feature participation by West Virginia State students and ROTC members, as well as a presentation by Kellie Toledo, director of Counseling and Academic Support Services, on "The Bold, Caring and Daring Assessment Instrument."For more information about West Virginia State's College of Professional Studies West Virginia Sesquicentennial Convocation, contact Dr. Robert Harrison at 304-766-3313 or harris...@wvstateu.edu.