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University of Missouri Might Revoke Cosby’s Honorary Degree

University of Missouri Might Revoke Cosby’s Honorary Degree

by Associated Press | June 21, 2017 COLUMBIA, Mo. — University of Missouri System President Mun Choi wants the university to resc Read more
Ruth Simmons Named Prairie View Interim President

Ruth Simmons Named Prairie View Interim President

by Associated Press | June 20, 2017
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Retired Brown University President Ruth Simmons, the first African-A [...] Read more
Tuskegee University Off Accreditation Warning List

Tuskegee University Off Accreditation Warning List

by Gia Savage | June 18, 2017
Tuskegee University—the private historically Black college in Alabama that was founded by Boo [...] Read more
Jerryl Briggs to Run Mississippi Valley State University for Now

Jerryl Briggs to Run Mississippi Valley State University for Now

by Associated Press |
JACKSON, Miss. — Chief Operating Officer Jerryl Briggs will become acting president of Missis [...] Read more
Cleveland State Names Bynum Director of Black Studies

Cleveland State Names Bynum Director of Black Studies

by Diverse Staff | June 14, 2017
Noted civil rights expert scholar Dr. Thomas Bynum has been named director of the Black Studies [...] Read more
Bias Suit Against Community College of Philadelphia Tossed

Bias Suit Against Community College of Philadelphia Tossed

by Eric Freedman | June 11, 2017
A federal judge has thrown out a race and gender discrimination suit against the Community Coll [...] Read more
In Maryland Desegregation Case, Black Colleges Seek Protected ‘Academic Niches’

In Maryland Desegregation Case, Black Colleges Seek Protected ‘Academic Niches’

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | June 8, 2017
Historically Black colleges in Maryland should have the right to offer unique, high-demand cour [...] Read more
Ambar Sees Her Achievements as Paths to Empowering Others

Ambar Sees Her Achievements as Paths to Empowering Others

by Ya-Marie Sesay | June 6, 2017
Dr. Carmen Ambar, named last week as the first African American president in Oberlin College’ [...] Read more
Classes Resume After Threats at Evergreen State College

Classes Resume After Threats at Evergreen State College

by Associated Press | June 5, 2017
OLYMPIA, Wash. — Classes are resuming at a small college in Washington state after protests o [...] Read more
Taylor Leaving Thurgood Marshall College Fund

Taylor Leaving Thurgood Marshall College Fund

by Diverse Staff | June 4, 2017
Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., is stepping down after seven years as president and CEO of the Thurgood [...] Read more
Barbara Smith Conrad’s Voice Would Not Be Silenced

Barbara Smith Conrad’s Voice Would Not Be Silenced

by Reginald Stuart |
A series of unexpected events eventually earned Barbara Smith Conrad a place in history with Ma [...] Read more
First Female and First Black President to Lead St. Petersburg College

First Female and First Black President to Lead St. Petersburg College

by Associated Press |
PETERSBURG, Fla. — A 30-year employee of St. Petersburg College rode an overwhelming tide of [...] Read more
Tuskegee Turns Again to Morris as Interim President

Tuskegee Turns Again to Morris as Interim President

by Monica Levitan | June 1, 2017
The Tuskegee University Board of Trustees has appointed Dr. Charlotte P. Morris to serve as the [...] Read more
Threat Closes Evergreen State College After Protests Over Race

Threat Closes Evergreen State College After Protests Over Race

by Associated Press |
OLYMPIA, Wash. — A small college in Washington state closed abruptly Thursday in response to [...] Read more
Pogue Retires from Cheyney University, Ready for Next Challenge

Pogue Retires from Cheyney University, Ready for Next Challenge

by Reginald Stuart | May 31, 2017
A successful veteran higher-education executive who has been characterized by peers as among a [...] Read more
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