Posts tagged: HBCU - Diverse
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After Accreditation Success, Experts and Advocates Optimistic About Cheyney

by | November 19, 2017 The nation’s oldest HBCU avoided a potentially fatal blow on Friday after a regional accredit Read more

Hampton Joins the Big South Conference

by Gregory Clay | November 16, 2017
In a move that could cause a cultural shift and change the balance of power in HBCU athletics, [...] Read more

Bennett College Renames Dormitory After Prominent Educator

by | November 7, 2017
Ten years after Dr. Johnnetta Betsch Cole left the all-women’s college in Greensboro, North C [...] Read more

Prominent Ivy League Veteran Named President of Prairie View A&M

by | October 22, 2017
Dr. Ruth J. Simmons, who made history when she became the first Black woman to become the presi [...] Read more

HBCU and Congressional Leaders Push Trump Administration to Fill Key Post

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim and Gia Savage | August 13, 2017
Now that the White House Initiative on historically Black Colleges and Universities has remaine [...] Read more

New HBCU President Turns to Mentor and Former HBCU President for Help

by Gia Savage | August 10, 2017
Dr. William B. Bynum Jr., the new president of Jackson State University in Mississippi, turned [...] Read more

Howard-Vital Appointed Interim President at FMU

by Jamal Eric Watson | August 6, 2017
Dr. Michelle R. Howard-Vital, a seasoned university administrator who spent seven years as pres [...] Read more

After Four Decades on the Job, HBCU President has Passed the Mantle

by Jamal Eric Watson | July 16, 2017
Dr. Luns C. Richardson has the distinct privilege of being one of the nation’s longest-servin [...] Read more

Bethune-Cookman Graduates Chose Which Way They Wanted to Go

by | May 15, 2017
The decision by the students to show resistance was solidified. They could not straddle the fen [...] Read more

Accrediting Group Sees 2017 as Year of Governance

by Reginald Stuart | March 23, 2017
At a time when the roles and functions of college governing boards are being increasingly debat [...] Read more

Advocates Cautiously Optimistic About Potential Executive Order on HBCUs

by Catherine Morris | February 19, 2017
While there has been no word from the White House on when the order might be released and what [...] Read more

Sides Not Close in Maryland HBCU Remedy Trial

by David Pluviose | February 9, 2017
The plaintiffs and those representing the state of Maryland are still apparently far apart when [...] Read more

The Essential Nature of HBCUs

by Andrew Hairston | February 2, 2017
For me, it was not a matter of if I was going to attend an HBCU; it was a question of which HBC [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: How Trump Presidency Will Affect HBCUs, HSIs

by Matthew Lynch | January 4, 2017
Looking at his proposed ideas and policies, here are some ways that these institutions could be [...] Read more

HBCU Advocates Discuss Remedial Phase of Maryland Higher Ed Desegregation Case

by David Pluviose |
The plaintiffs prevailed in 2013 in a suit against the state of Maryland over duplication of HB [...] Read more
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