Service Is in Her Blood

July 2004
Black Issues in Higher Education;7/1/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p22
Presents an interview with Charlene Drew Jarvis, president of Southeastern University in Washington, D. C., about her role in the future of the university. Factors which contribute to the interest of Jarvis in higher education; Differences and similarities between politics and higher education; Efforts of Jarvis in persuading the U.S. Congress to establish a separate appropriation for other private, nonprofit organizations that are serving the African American community.


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