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College of Mount Saint Vincent Professor of Humanities & Teacher Education Addresses
10/3/2012 - Riverdale, N.Y. – Dr. Ron Scapp, professor of humanities and teacher education at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, will address the Big Apple Cogers, a chapter of the Society of Cogers, the world’s oldest debate association, founded in 1755 in London, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, October 3, 2012, in Manhattan.

Dr. Scapp will speak about the current state of education in the United States. He is a noted educator and author and currently serves as president of the National Association for Ethnic Studies. Dr. Scapp is the 2012 recipient of the Charles C. Irby Award, given to an outstanding scholar in the field of Ethnic Studies. The Big Apple Cogers is the NYC chapter of the Society of Cogers, the role of which is to promote free speech and various ideas.

About the College of Mount Saint Vincent
The College of Mount Saint Vincent is an academically excellent, authentically inclusive, Catholic and ecumenical liberal arts college. It combines a strong core curriculum with a full array of majors in the liberal arts and selected professional fields of study, including accounting, business administration, education, and nursing. Through its School of Professional and Continuing Studies, the College extends its primary undergraduate mission by offering high quality graduate studies in business, education and nursing and an array of undergraduate and certificate programs serving non-traditional students. Mount Saint Vincent is located on a pastoral campus in New York City, with easy access to all the educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities that the City affords.

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