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Hill Leaving Columbia University for Morehouse College Professorship

The move signals a new effort by Morehouse to aggressively compete with predominantly White institutions for young Black superstar professors.

A University of Maryland Eastern Shore professor who was terminated after refusing to undergo a mental health evaluation has lost another round in his suit alleging disability-based discrimination.

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Fellows Program at the American Council on Higher Education (ACE) is providing the training to navigate through the presidential search process.

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New scholarship program is centerpiece of wide-ranging agreement between the Chinese government and a historically Black college and university leadership group.

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Despite the obvious need for college incentive programs for this nation’s young Black men, there are plenty who complain about the special treatment these young men receive.

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Fewer than 10 percent of the nation’s 105 HBCUs have faculty unions. But that may be changing—due to increasing angst among faculty and greater demands for shared governance.

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After 12 years at the helm, Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum cites the recent completion of a 10-year fundraising campaign and the approach of her 60th birthday as factors leading to her retirement.

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Kenneth E. Reeves, facing front, discusses his trailblazing role as a student at Harvard College and later as the first African-American mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo Courtesy of The HistoryMakers Collection at the Library of Congress)

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The Minority Male Community College Collaborative is utilizing a survey designed to help community college faculty, staff and administrators understand how campus climate and racial identity affect the college experience of minority male students.

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The University of Massachusetts Amherst assistant professor is strictly 21st century in her approach to writing and teaching about the lives of Black women in the U.S., Britain and the African diaspora.

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