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Dr. Cynthia B. Dillard

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Phone: (770) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: c***@***.edu
Local Address:  Georgia , United States
University of Georgia
1109 Experiment Street
Griffin , Georgia 30223
United States

Company Description: The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service offers simple ways to control moisture in your home.

Employment History


  • Central Washington University
  • doctoral degree
    Washington State University
  • master's Degree
    Washington State University
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Full Circle Retreats -- Spiritual, Cultural and Educational Vacations to Ghana, West Africa -- Retreats, 1 Feb 2012 [cached]
About Full Circle Retreats -- Cultural African Trips | Dr. Cynthia B. Dillard | About Us Full Circle Retreats -- Spiritual, Cultural and Educational Vacations to Ghana, West Africa -- Retreats
Full Circle Retreats -- Educational, Spiritual and Cultural Vacations to Ghana Africa
Cynthia B. Dillard, Retreat Facilitator
About Cynthia B. Dillard, Your Retreat Facilitator Cynthia B.Dillard, Ph.D. has extensive experience in Ghana, West Africa. She is enstooled as Nkosua Ohemaa (Queen Mother of Development) in the village of Mpeasem in the Central Region of the country and was given the name Nana Mansa II. There, she built a preschool and is actively engaged in a number of community development projects. Given the success of the preschool, she and her husband are currently building an elementary school in Mpeasem as well! Her future plans include the establishment of the Full Circle Rest and Retreat Center, also in the Central Region of Ghana.
Dr. Dillard is a Professor of Education at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, and specializes in the areas of African centered and multicultural education and spirituality in education. A gifted speaker, Dr. Dillard has shared her insights and stories about education, African (American) culture and spirituality at educational meetings, conferences and workshops throughout the world in place as diverse as Mexico, Japan, Thailand, Canada, and Ghana. On Spiritual Strivings, by Cynthia B. Dillard She has authored numerous articles and publications and is celebrating her first book, On Spiritual Striving: Transforming an African American Woman's Academic Life in July 2006 (SUNY Press). She is currently working on a second book Living Africa: A Book of Meditations.
Dr. Dillard is married to Henry (Kwaku) Oppong, who often assists with the Full Circle Retreats.
Dillard is first Mary ..., 16 April 2011 [cached]
Dillard is first Mary Frances Early Professor of Teacher Education
Cynthia B. Dillard, a professor of multicultural education at Ohio State University, has been named the first Mary Frances Early Professor of Teacher Education at the University of Georgia. The Early Professorship, in the College of Education, was established with an endowment from the Georgia Power Foundation and honors the legacy of UGA's first African American graduate, who earned a master's degree in music education in 1962. Dillard will join the UGA faculty in January 2012. Her tenure home will be the department of elementary and social studies education. Dillard received her Ph.D. in education with specializations in multicultural education/language, literacy, and culture and educational administration from Washington State University.
OHS - About OHS - Press Releases, 29 July 2009 [cached]
On display now through July 26 at the Ohio Historical Center is Personal Expressions of Soul!, a new community exhibition featuring the works of artists Cynthia B. Dillard, Lyn Logan-Grimes and Piney Liggins.
Cynthia Dillard is a bead artist as well as professor of multicultural education in the School of Teaching and Learning at The Ohio State University. She has contributed four of her "prayer shawls" to the exhibition. Made of glass, brass, shell, silver, bone, wood and stone beads strung on artificial sinew, each expresses a cultural value or explores a life lesson. Dillard's works are a strong reflection of her involvement with the people of Ghana, West Africa, where she is honored as Queen Mother of Development in the village of Mpeasem. She has built and administers a preschool there and is currently building a new elementary school.
faculty : Women In Academia Report, 25 Sept 2012 [cached]
? Cynthia B. Dillard was named the Mary Frances Early Professor of Teacher Education at the University of Georgia. She will assume the endowed professorship in January. Currently, Dr. Dillard is a professor of multicultural education at the School of Teaching and Learning at Ohio State University. She is the author of On Spiritual Strivings: Transforming [...]
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