New Pan-African Studies Community Education Program (PASCEP) Director Ulicia Lawrence-Oladeinde will work to expand the program’s impact in the community.
Temple’s Pan-African Studies Community Education Program (PASCEP) has a lot to look forward to this year. In addition to celebrating more than 40 years of service to the North Philadelphia community, the program will welcome a new director.
Ulicia Lawrence-Oladeinde, EDU ’05, ’08, a long time employee of the Center for Social Policy and Community Development, will take over direction of the program this month.
PASCEP has been a part of Temple’s community education offerings since it was founded by Annie D. Hyman, SSW ’76, in 1979. PASCEP offers classes in general education diploma (GED) preparation, personal and professional development and other topics.
Under Oladeinde’s direction, the program will expand to include more input from the community.