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October 25, 2012

State Superintendent of Education Tommy Bice will join UM’s College of Education for workshop

Ala. State Superintendent of Education Tommy Bice will join UM’s College of Education for workshop featuring a “talk back” panel of UM students who graduated from Shelby County schools.

Monday, Oct. 29, 2012
4-6 p.m.

Merchants & Planters Bank Auditorium
Comer Hall

Good photo opportunity with Dr. Bice, the dean of UM’s College of Ed. and administrators from Shelby Co. Bd. of Ed. This is an event that teams university faculty and administrators with Shelby Co. faculty and administrators to better prepare students for college. All Shelby Co. school district high schools will be represented.

Contact: Diane Kennedy-Jackson
Media and Community Relations Manager

Directions: Call the UM University Relations Office
at 665-6230 for directions to the campus
or visit <>

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