Posts tagged: HBCUs - Diverse
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The Quad Internship Program Prepares HBCU Students for Careers in TV Production

by | November 15, 2017 Eight students from historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have been selected to Read more

New UNCF Report Details Economic Impact of HBCUs

by | November 14, 2017
The United Negro College Fund has published new research about the economic impact that HBCUs h [...] Read more

Judge Calls for Mediation in Maryland Legal Case

by Walter Hudson | November 12, 2017
A federal judge has appointed a "special master" to help craft a plan to resolve a longstanding [...] Read more

Experts: Freshmen Should Receive an Honest Account of What Takes Place on College Campuses

by | November 8, 2017
When Anthony Grant, associate director of admissions at Earlham College in Indiana, attended a [...] Read more

TMCF Names Harry Williams President/CEO

by | October 24, 2017
At its 30th Anniversary Awards Gala on Monday evening, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund named [...] Read more

Parents Need Charters, Change and Choice

by Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. and Jennifer Wider | October 9, 2017
While much progress has been made, the promise of equal access to quality education has not bee [...] Read more

A Year Later, National Museum of African American History and Culture Continues to Draw Crowds

by Gia Savage | September 24, 2017
The Smithsonian NMAAHC encapsulates the powerful narrative of African-Americans and their signi [...] Read more

Nation’s Oldest HBCU Focused on Sustainability

by Gia Savage | August 23, 2017
Alumni and experts weigh in on the future of 180-year-old Cheyney University as the nation’s [...] 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

A Public But Controversial Spokesman for HBCUs

by Ya-Marie Sesay | August 7, 2017
He’s become an ardent defender of President Donald J. Trump, taking to the public airways to [...] Read more

Many HBCUs Feel Bethune-Cookman’s Pain on Leadership Issue

by Gia Savage | July 12, 2017
Several historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have been tasked with replacing th [...] Read more

In Maryland Desegregation Case, Black Colleges Seek Protected ‘Academic Niches’

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | June 8, 2017
Historically Black colleges in Maryland should have the right to offer unique, high-demand cour [...] Read more

Swygert: Loan Servicing Change Could Rock HBCUs

by Reginald Stuart | May 21, 2017
Any wrong turn, albeit well intentioned, could further jeopardize the fragile state of HBCUs, D [...] Read more

Leaders of Minority-Serving Institutions Ask Congress to Bolster Pell Grant

by Catherine Morris and Monica Levitan | May 17, 2017
The presidents and chancellors of 10 minority-serving institutions called on members of Congres [...] Read more

Congressional Black Caucus Not Buying Trump’s ‘Unwavering Support’ of HBCUs

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | May 8, 2017
Two leading Democratic Black lawmakers on Monday slammed President Donald J. Trump’s attempt [...] Read more
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