Posts tagged: HBCUs - Diverse

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

Direct Engagement With Trump, GOP Pays Off for HBCUs

by Harry L. Williams |
The Thurgood Marshall College Fund's decision not to resist – but instead engage in a strateg [...] Read more

VSU Rolls Out Inclusive Gender-Identity Diversity Program

by | April 1, 2018
Virginia State University is introducing its first university-wide diversity and inclusion prog [...] Read more

VSU Joins Verizon STEM Initiative For Boys of Color

by Diverse Staff |
PETERSBURG, VA. – Virginia State University will be among 24 schools in a program that offers [...] Read more

Study Reports Wide Gender Disparity Among MSI Presidents

by Lois Elfman | March 27, 2018
A new report from the Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions explores the dearth of wome [...] Read more

Rankins Is First Black Named To Top Mississippi Higher Ed Post

by Pearl Stewart |
Among the numerous African-American “firsts” who symbolize racial progress in their fields, [...] Read more

Uplifting HBCUs As Models of Student Success

by Brandon C.M. Allen and Levon T. Esters | March 26, 2018
To help counter the false narrative that often is bestowed upon historically Black colleges and [...] Read more

HBCUs To Get Funding Hike in Federal Budget

by Walter Hudson | March 22, 2018
Historically Black colleges and universities will receive a 14 percent increase in federal fund [...] Read more

HBCU, Tech, Political Leaders At ‘Day of Action’

by | March 20, 2018
WASHINGTON — The Bipartisan Historically Black Colleges and Universities Caucus and the Scien [...] Read more

Regional HBCUs Move to Recruit Students at Closing Concordia

by | March 15, 2018
When word spread that Concordia College – a small historically Black college in Selma, Alabam [...] Read more

What About Cheyney University? We Rose First!

by Janelle L. Williams | March 13, 2018
Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world, Nelson Mandela said in h [...] Read more

HBCUs: For Colored Kids When Predominantly White Institutions Aren’t Enough

by Janelle L. Williams | March 1, 2018
Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, founded in 1837, is recognized as the nation’s oldest his [...] Read more

Urban League’s Morial: Educational Equity Essential to Economic Empowerment

by | February 28, 2018
Marc H. Morial, former mayor of New Orleans and current president and CEO of the National Urban [...] Read more

HBCU Leaders Meeting with Business Leaders at GOP Event

by Associated Press |
WASHINGTON — The leaders of the nation’s historically Black colleges and universities g [...] Read more

The Changing Landscape for Aspiring Black Journalists

by Reginald Stuart | February 27, 2018
When the nation’s news organizations were flush with money at the turn of the century, newsro [...] Read more