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AUGUST

Aug. 28-Sept.1
American Chemical Society Meeting & Exposition

Washington, D.C.
Phone: (800) 227-5558
Fax: (202) 872-6128
Web: www.acswebcontent.acs.org/nationalmeeting/dc05/home.html

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 12-14
National Minority Enterprise

Development MED Week 2005
“The Art of the Deal: Make It Happen”
Washington, D.C.
Phone: 1-877-MEDWEEK
Web: www.medweek.gov

Sept. 12-15
National Association for Black Geologist & Geophysicists Annual Conference
“Geosciences — Bridging the Gap”
Raleigh, N.C.
Web: www.nabgg.com

Sept. 15-18
Black Women Leadership Council

2005 National Conference
Dallas
Web: www.bwlc.com

Sept. 18-21
Council for Opportunity in Education

24th Annual Conference
“Higher Education Act of 1965 & The Federal TRIO Programs: Continuing America’s Commitment to Low-Income and Disabled Students”
Washington Hilton and Towers
Washington, D.C. 
Contact: Yvette Thompson
Phone: (202) 347-7430
Web: www.coenet.us/annualconference.html

Sept. 25-27
National College Access Network (NCAN)

10th Anniversary Conference
Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel
Las Vegas
Web: www.Collegeaccess.org/ncan/

Sept. 30-Oct. 1
Washington State Association for Multicultural Education (WSAME)

12th Annual WSAME Multicultural/ Intercultural/Diversity Education Conference
Seattle Central Community College
Seattle
Phone: (206) 522-5438
E-mail: WSAME@mindspring.com
Web: www.WSAME.org

OCTOBER

Oct. 5-8
National Academic Advising Association (NACDA)

29th Annual National Conference
“Hitting the Jackpot: Making Student Academic Success a Sure Bet”
Paris & Bally Hotels
Las Vegas
Web: www.nacada.ksu.edu/NationalConf/2005/index.htm



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