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Dr. Martel A. Perry

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Associate Pastor

Phone: (417) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  United States
Mt. Vernon Christian Church
1460 McVey
Mt. Vernon , Missouri 65712
United States

Company Description: Information concerning Mt. Vernon Christian Church Mt. Vernon, MO

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Martel Perry - Press Release/Article 17, 17 Sept 2011 [cached]
Martel A. Perry
Workshop increases HBCU online learning
Martel Perry '72, executive vice president at Shaw University, addressed the attendees on the challenges and possibilities HBCUs face in developing asynchronous learning networks. He also proposed that HBCUs should be dedicated towards collaborating in these efforts. He believes that in order to keep up with today's distance education trends, HBCUs' partnerships are necessary. "Why can't I connect Shaw's Divinity School to Howard's? It's not a lack of digital infrastructure or technical issues. It's institutional will," he concluded. Participating universities were selected based on regional proximity to HU. Elizabeth City State University, Howard University, Norfolk State University, St. Paul's College, Virginia State University and Virginia Union University each sent five representatives to the workshop.
Martel Perry - Press Release/Aritcle 11, 8 Mar 2008 [cached]
Martel A. Perry
Dr. Martel Perry
Dr. Martel Perry , Vice President of Shaw University, was the next visionary on the podium.
Martel Perry - Press Release/Aritcle 9, 17 Sept 2011 [cached]
Martel A. Perry
Over the next year, Shaw University plans to begin expanding wireless Internet access to portions of the community closest to some buildings at its Southeast Raleigh campus, said Martel Perry, Shaw's executive vice president.
And the private, historically black college is thought to be among the first to provide such a service to the community.
After solving a few remaining security and public use concerns, residents such as Hardy who live closest to the Talbert O. Shaw building will be given access codes and possibly computers no longer in use at the school, Perry said.
"This is not about winning favor with anybody or selling them on our expansion," Perry said.
When Perry arrived at Shaw in 2003, the school's communications systems were so outdated that it was not uncommon for someone calling a four-digit on-campus extension to get nothing but silence, Perry said.
The school hopes that residents will tap into lectures and other on-campus learning opportunities in their homes, Perry said.
Martel Perry - Press Release/Aritcle 5, 27 Aug 2007 [cached]
Martel Perry
Martel A. Perry, Executive Vice President of Shaw University stated, "Because we have created this exciting partnership of academic and athletic excellence, it is important that we work together to improve the total community experience and our student life. Shaw and the greater Raleigh community will benefit, become better civic stewards and look good."
Speakers for the press conference included Shambulia Gadsben-Sams, Shaw University SGA President and scholar; Paul Vandergrift, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs; Antonio Knox, Chairman, Garner Road YMCA Board of Directors; Larry Jones, Chief Executive Officer of Garner Road YMCA; Martel A. Perry, Executive Vice President, Shaw University and Dr. Clarence G. Newsome, 13th President of Shaw University.
Martel Perry - Press Release/Article 2, 17 Sept 2011 [cached]
Martel A. Perry
But the technology typically is very expensive and accessible only to well-heeled clients, said Martel A. Perry, executive director of Howard's International Faith Community Information and Services Clearinghouse and Training Center.
Perry, working with such technology companies as Hughes Network Systems, Hewlett-Packard and MicroAge Inc., developed new, more affordable ways of transmitting signals. Hughes, based in Germantown, owns DirectTV, a popular home satellite broadcasting service.
With Howard's prototype system, soon to be available on the general market, a church can become a ``distance learning center'' for a one-time cost of $4,500 to $10,000 (plus long-distance telephone charges), depending on whether the church wants a telephone line connection or satellite linkup. Perry, who studied numerous programs in this country and abroad, said he found a church in Florida that pays $5,000 a month for its video-conferencing capability.
The cost of converting the divinity school, once a residence for Franciscan seminarians, into a modern high-tech center was inexpensive compared with other systems, which can run millions of dollars, Perry said. He and others waived overtime fees or contributed materials to help get the program going.
Howard's system, which is being tested through a pilot program at five churches across the country, can accommodate two-way interactions with up to 19 sites, Perry said.
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