A symposium on the 1993 Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison will be held Friday at the UI. "Toni Morrison, Literature and the Curriculum" is scheduled for 2 to 5 p.m. in the third floor lounge of the Education Building. The symposium is free and open to the public. Presentations by authorities on Morrison's work will be followed by a discussion among them and other academics who have taught Morrison's work. Presenters and their topics: Susan Edgerton, professor of curriculum, instruction and evaluation at the UI at Chicago, "'Mother of the Dust': Toni Morrison, Julie Dash and the Curriculum"; and Philip Richards, professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, "The Cultivated and the Folk: Toni Morrison's 'Sula' and the African American Literary Tradition." UI faculty members who will join Edgerton and Richards for the discussion: Alice Deck and Stephen David, English; and K.E. Supriya, speech communication. Cameron McCarthy, a UI professor of curriculum and instruction, will moderate the symposium, which he organized. Students for Cultural Understanding in Education, a UI organization, is sponsoring the symposium. Co-sponsors include the Afro-American Studies and Research Program, the Center for African Studies and many other UI units. More information is available from Lillie Albert, an officer of the Students for Cultural Understanding in Education, at 244-3389, or McCarthy, the organization's faculty adviser, at 333-3754.