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Associate AD Scott Featured In AE Black History Month Celebration
Fifth-year BU administrator and former Albany baseball player discusses impact of Black History Month
February 13, 2013Tweet
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Associate Director of Athletics for Student Services Ed Scott was selected by the America East to be featured in a four-part video series celebrating Black History Month. The fifth-year administrator discusses his background, playing baseball in high school and college and the impact of those who helped pave the way for educators like himself.
To commemorate Black History Month this year, the America East has dug into the storied athletic histories of each of our nine institutions. The result is a four-part video series which will air each Wednesday throughout the month of February via the conference website. These mini-documentaries will examine the meaning of Black History Month as well as the role athletics has played in fostering equality.
This series will attempt to cover athletics in a broad fashion, as we have interviewed current and former players, coaches and administrators. Some of these distinguished individuals have dedicated their lives to college athletics while others have gone on to become successful in business or education. All of them are leaders and many can be viewed as pioneers in one way or another. Many of them will continue to guide us in the coming years.
Please join us throughout the month of February as we celebrate Black History Month and these nine individuals: Ian Boyce (Vermont), Rob Dixon (New Hampshire), David Bobb (UMBC), Ed Scott (Binghamton) Lee McElroy (Albany), Andrew Goba (Stony Brook), Nick Creme (Hartford) and Noelle Leon-Palmer (Maine).