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Simmons’ Presidency Ushers in New Era for Prairie View

by Sammy G. Allen | April 22, 2018 Dr. Ruth J. Simmons took the mantle this weekend as the first woman and eighth president of Pra Read more

Black Intellectuals Tasked With Forging Connections

by Lois Elfman | April 19, 2018
At a time when many see a reinforcement of racism and oppression, a panel of Black intellectua [...] Read more

Study: Violent Behaviors, Weapon Carrying Down Among Black Youth

by Sammy G. Allen | April 18, 2018
Violent behaviors and weapon carrying have decreased among African-American adolescents, but ho [...] Read more

Scholars: Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer is a Sign of Hip-Hop’s Impact

by | April 17, 2018
While the announcement of Kendrick Lamar’s selection for a Pulitzer Prize came as a surprise [...] Read more

Women Share Career Ups, Downs at APAHE Conference

by Lydia Lum | April 16, 2018
Since its 1987 inception, AHAPE has developed programs and addressed issues impacting Asian-Ame [...] Read more

Black Academics Urged to Retain Authenticity, Respect, Vision

by Lois Elfman | April 15, 2018
In an impassioned, entertaining and unifying presentation, Dr. Christopher Emdin spoke to fello [...] Read more

Campus Guide Focuses on HIV Prevention and Treatment

by Lois Elfman | April 12, 2018
With college students still at a high risk of acquiring HIV, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Fo [...] Read more

Congressmen Urge Schools to Sever Ties With Chinese Institute

by Sammy G. Allen | April 11, 2018
Four Texas universities recently were urged by their representatives in Congress to sever ties [...] Read more

Study: Blacks Much Less Likely to Take Part in Health Research Studies

by Sammy G. Allen | April 10, 2018
Racial and ethnic minorities, especially African-Americans, are significantly less likely to pa [...] Read more

Forum Advocates for Enhanced Hispanic Higher Education Legislation

by | April 9, 2018
WASHINGTON — The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities convened educators and tho [...] Read more

Albany State Gets NEH Grant for Museum, Heritage Studies Program

by Sammy G. Allen | April 8, 2018
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded Albany State University a grant to assist [...] Read more

STEM Conference Tackles Student Readiness for Evolving Workforce

by | April 5, 2018
WASHINGTON — The seventh annual U.S. News and World Report STEM Solutions Presents: Workforce [...] Read more

California Governor’s Community College Funding Proposal Creates Controversy

by Sammy G. Allen | April 4, 2018
California Gov. Jerry Brown’s bold new budget proposal that awards community college district [...] Read more

Scholars See Mixed Progress on Civil Rights 50 Years After King’s Death

by Reginald Stuart | April 3, 2018
Many people who were alive during the nation’s Civil Rights Movement felt that America stood [...] Read more

Journalism Program Explores Black Students’ Experiences

by | April 2, 2018
The Nation recently launched a student journalism program that provides training and mentoring [...] Read more
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