Black Issues - Higher Education
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UNCF to Showcase ‘Purposeful Disruptions’ at HBCUs

by | July 13, 2018 For the third year in a row, the United Negro College Fund will hold their Career Pathways Init Read more

New Dean Makes Her Mark at Webster University

by | July 10, 2018
Dr. Simone Cummings, who was recently named the new dean of the Walker School of Business and T [...] Read more

Burnim Comes Out of Retirement to Lead UMES on Interim Basis

by Reginald Stuart | June 25, 2018
Higher education officials in Maryland have called seasoned college administrator Dr. Mickey Bu [...] Read more

OSU Names Scholar Moore Vice Provost for Diversity, Inclusion

by | May 6, 2018
The Ohio State University has named Dr. James L. Moore III, a prominent researcher and scholar, [...] Read more

Paul Quinn College President Makes Fortune Magazine List

by | May 1, 2018
Sandwiched between Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JP Morgan Chase and actress Reese Witherspoon, Dr. M [...] Read more

Architect of Black Liberation Theology Dies at 79

by | April 29, 2018
The Rev. Dr. James H. Cone, the prolific author and founder of Black Liberation Theology whose [...] Read more

UNCF Summit Amplifies Black Voices in Education Reform Efforts

by | April 26, 2018
The United Negro College Fund hosted a panel of educators and community advocates Thursday duri [...] Read more

Three HBCUs Partner in DC Entrepreneur Scholarship Program

by Lois Elfman | April 23, 2018
Morgan State University, Bowie State University and University of the District of Columbia have [...] Read more

Rankins Is First Black Named To Top Mississippi Higher Ed Post

by Pearl Stewart | March 27, 2018
Among the numerous African-American “firsts” who symbolize racial progress in their fields, [...] Read more

Black Male Students Find Common Bond

by | March 25, 2018
The plight of Black males continues to take center stage at institutions such as The Ohio State [...] Read more

A Seasoned HBCU Leader Takes the Helm of TMCF

by Reginald Stuart | January 4, 2018
Dr. Harry Williams, the new leader of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund is known among peers f [...] Read more

FAMU’s New President Accused of Defamation for “Hot Mic” Remarks

by Pearl Stewart | December 11, 2017
Within days of being appointed president of Florida A&M University, Dr. Larry Robinson has beco [...] Read more
More Hispanics, Latinos Attending Kansas Colleges

More Hispanics, Latinos Attending Kansas Colleges

by Associated Press | November 25, 2017
TOPEKA, Kan. — The racial and ethnic makeup of students attending state universities in Kansa [...] Read more
Program Aims to Help Virginia Students Apply to College

Program Aims to Help Virginia Students Apply to College

by Associated Press | November 9, 2017
RICHMOND — Every public four-year college and university in Virginia will participate in a pr [...] Read more
University of Wisconsin Survey: Fewer Underrepresented Students Feel Welcome

University of Wisconsin Survey: Fewer Underrepresented Students Feel Welcome

by Todd Richmond, Associated Press | November 2, 2017
MADISON, Wis — Minority, disabled and gay students say they’re having a tougher time surviv [...] Read more
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