Perspectives…a CHSE Series

February 19, 2024

What Inclusion Means to Me...Journey thru the Eyes of A. P. Tureaud, Jr., LSU Integration Trailblazer, Retired Director of Special Education, and Education Consultant

A Conversation about Inclusive Education and Enriching the Self-Esteem of Students with Special Needs

On Tuesday, March 5, 2024, the CHSE Office of Advocacy, Collaboration & Engagement will host an insightful discussion about inclusive education and intellectual disabilities. In honor of Developmental Disabilities Month, we'll explore this important topic through the lens of A.P. Tureaud, Jr., a trailblazer in integration at LSU and retired Director of Special Education.

Event details

  • Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2024
  • Time: 12 - 1:30 p.m.
  • Location: Huey P. Long Field House Ballroom

Moderated by Dean Roland Mitchell, our guest speaker, Alexander P. Tureaud, Jr., will share his experiences and insights gained from his extensive career in special education. The panel will also feature esteemed individuals including:

  • Paul Mooney, PhD and Professor of Special Education at the LSU Lutrill & Pearl Payne School of Education;
  • Willie Louviere, Director of LSU Integrative Community Studies;
  • Anne Stuckey Williams, MSW, LCSW-BACS and Assistant Professor of Professional Practice at the LSU School of Social Work;
  • and other LSU and community representatives.

Space is limited and we recommend that you RSVP to reserve your seat.


Read more about the Perspectives series.