Tag Archives: HBCUs
Morgan State University hosts President Obama’s Science and Technology Advisor, showcasing the HBCU as a great academic resource in the sciences
President Obama’s advisor on science and technology John P. Holdren, Ph.D., visited the faculty and…
By Carolyn M. Brown
In our exclusive interview, Education Secretary Arne Duncan shares how innovation at HBCUs will bolster our 21st-century workforce
In interview with Editor-In-Chief Derek T. Dingle, Education Secretary Arne Duncan discussed the president’s new…
By Derek T. Dingle
Ford's multicultural marketing division is making inroads with the collegiate black community
Students are encouraged to creatively address a tangible, unmet community need that touches at least…
By Kimberly Wilson
Network slated to broadcast five games
The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) and Bounce TV unveiled the schedule for their new…
By Steven J Gaither
Howard has experienced a decline in tuition revenue
Trustee says Howard U. “may not be here in 3 years”
By Makkada B. Selah
New financial aid policies make it more difficult for parents of color to borrow.
HBCU officials say they were not given a notice of the changed loan standard.
By Gerren Keith Gaynor
Racial diversification of college campuses has slowed since the 1960s and 70s
Georgetown University professor claims racial diversification at U.S. college campuses is slowing down
By Makkada B. Selah
These bosses are making major strides in every industry
From entertainment to sports to business, graduates of historically black college and universities are making…
By Janell Hazelwood
Many HBCUs are on their last legs, according to many.
Few HBCUs instill in their undergraduate students an ethic around philanthropic giving.
By Laurence Afums
The two roommates at the HBCU had a contentious relationship all semester
The jury decided that Alexis Simpson acted in self-defence in the fatal stabbing of her…