DR. KARL DAWSON AND PROFESSOR DELROY LOUDEN TO PRESENT ASSB/ACC 13TH ANNUAL WALTER G. HODGE MEMORIAL ANGUILLA DAY LECTURE
The Anguilla Social Security Board is collaborating with the Anguilla Community College for the fourth consecutive year, to host the 13th Annual Walter G. Hodge Memorial (WGHM) Anguilla Day Lecture. The Lecture will be presented by Dr. Karl Dawson and Prof. Delroy Louden, current President and former President of the Anguilla Community College, respectively. The Lecture entitled 'Tertiary Education in Anguilla: The case of, and for, The Anguilla Community College', will be held on Tuesday, 18th June 2019, at Resort & Residences at Cuisinart Ball Room from 6:00 - 8:30 pm. The public is invited to attend.
The 13th Annual WGHM Anguilla Day Lecture will be held jointly with the Anguilla Community College's Rebranding and Book Launch, as part of the observance of the ACC's 10th Anniversary.
The Social Security Board/Anguilla Community College WGHM Anguilla Day Lecture, is one of two public lectures in the Social Security Board's Lecture Series. The other being the Social Security Board/UWI Open Campus Anguilla Distinguished Lecture, held during Social Security Week in the month of November.
The WGHM Anguilla Day Lecture focuses on national development, and is usually held early in June after the celebrated Anguilla Day public holiday of May 30th (Anguilla's secession from the tripartite State of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla). Walter G. Hodge was one of the pioneers and national hero of the Anguilla Revolution.
The13th Annual WGHM Anguilla Day Lecture will explore the subject of tertiary education in Anguilla. This year, as part of the observance of the Anguilla Community College's 10th Anniversary, the Lecture will coincide with the ACC's rebranding and the launch of Professor Delroy Louden's book, 'Our Early Years: A Story to Tell, A Nation to Inform - A History of the Anguilla Community College'.