Eyes on the Prize:
A 400 Year Quest for Humanity, Equality, and Civility
NAAAHP’s activities include:
The Annual Conference of NAAAHP provides honors students with opportunities to contend academically in quiz bowl, debate and Model African Union competitions. Students engage in professional seminars, present scholarly research and STEM poster presentations, and gain exposure to post-undergraduate options with a Career and Graduate School Fair. Faculty engage in professional development opportunities that promote leadership skills, curriculum development, teaching and learning pedagogies and best practices in Honors.
A spring team building and leadership conference for national officers and committee chairs of NAAAHP is hosted to expose and equip professional elected officials with standards and best practices in leadership development. With an emphasis on equity, access, race, class and gender, professionals convene to plan conference goals and foster resources that heighten the community of educational institutions, professionals, and students attending the NAAAHP Annual Conference.
Equity and Diversity in Teaching ~ Assessing ~ Learning ~ Kinships (EdTALK) is a conference designed exclusively by NAAAHP for administrators, curriculum and instruction developers and educators at the 9-12 and post-secondary levels. The hands-on workshops and informative sessions promote effective instruction and innovative ways to engage students, enhance curriculum, and increase productivity to transform the future of the art and science of teaching and life-long learning processes.
NAAAHP provides monetary awards to support student tuition-assistance, membership in honors organizations and student efforts to engage in Study Abroad Programs, community-oriented activities, and NAAAHP events. NAAAHP's signature award is the Freddye T. Davy Humanitarian and Service Award in honor of Hampton University's late Honors Director, who was instrumental in advancing the mission of NAAAHP. Dr. Davy valued service and leadership, and perpetuated both through her teaching, service, and dedication to lifelong learning.