Cherrel Miller Dyce presents at conference

Cherrel Miller Dyce, assistant professor of education and faculty fellow for the Center for Race, Ethnicity, & Diversity Education, presented a program model for mentoring black males at The Association for Social and Behavioral Scientist, Inc. 80th Annual Conference in Fayetteville, N.C., March 18-22, 2015.

Miller Dyce presented the Men of Character Mentoring Program (MOC) together with the program founder, Leon Williams, and two Elon University students, Darron Daniels and Alex Bohannon, who are college mentors in the Men of Character Mentoring Program housed at a local elementary school.

The presentation, “The Men of Character Mentoring Program: A Catalyst for Change in the Era of Accountability, Standards, and Underachievement,” provided information on the development and implementation of mentoring programs to increase the academic and social success of black elementary males.