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City College of San Francisco Works to Bridge the Science Gap

The City College of San Francisco prepares students for biological science and tech careers.

Despite Virginia State University’s fragile state, the university managed to secure a multimillion-dollar technology grant this fall.

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Dr. Jackie C. Robinson’s path toward a career in psychology began as early as high school. Robinson was one of three African-Americans to integrate a public school in her small town of Malone, Florida.

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The Thurgood Marshall College Fund and University of Phoenix recently announced a partnership to offer online courses to students at HBCUs across the country.

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Disability Issues Continue to Arise on Campus

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University officials and even disability advocates say there are obstacles to creating technological access for students with different learning needs.

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Students of today have a bourgeoning array of options to get college advisement at their fingertips via the virtual world.

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Technology has altered the attitude and learning style of the millennial student.

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Institutions are increasing efforts to attract top scholars, using technology, and publicizing notable alums and work.

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Hampton University has launched the Center for Digital Media Innovation to prepare its students to become pioneers of new digital media platforms.

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NISOD partners with Diverse to launch new awards program.

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