Horton was the the first African American to receive a degree from Henderson State. His portrait, painted by Ed Martin, will be displayed in Henderson State's Garrison Center.
Henderson students recognized for their creative and academic accomplishments.
For those who participate, the state Division of Elementary and Secondary Education will pay tuition fees for up to 15 graduate school credit hours needed to obtain the endorsement, as well as licensure assessment fees.
Scogin graduated from Henderson State in 1989 with a degree in physical education and health (kinesiology) and coaching with a minor in history. She also holds a Masters in Educational Leadership K-12. Scogin lives in Montgomery, Alabama.
The summer workshop in June is a week-long studio experience for students 13-18. Participants will engage virtually in a variety of studio art activities culminating with an online exhibit.
Two events will be held simultaneously in separate locations to follow COVID-19 protocol.
Outdoor performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. on the front steps of Arkansas Hall. Social distancing will be observed and masks are required.