Posts tagged: HBCUs - Diverse

HBCUs are America’s National Treasures

by James E. Clyburn and Michael L. Lomax | October 25, 2016
Many of the historic buildings and sites on HBCU campuses have deteriorated over the years and [...] Read more

Stakeholders Cite Leadership Instability, Finances as HBCUs’ Greatest Challenges

by Catherine Morris | October 24, 2016
Historically Black colleges and universities leaders reflected on the past and future of the HB [...] Read more

Livingstone College on Lockdown After ‘Hundreds’ Involved in Fights

by Associated Press | October 17, 2016
SALISBURY, N.C. ― Police say several hundred students and visitors at Livingston College were [...] Read more

Algebra Project to Pave Way for Minority Students to Pursue STEM

by Jamal Eric Watson | September 26, 2016
The Algebra Project, a unique approach to teaching mathematics that was developed by civil righ [...] Read more

Proposed Legislation Seeks to Improve Access, Completion

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 21, 2016
Colleges and universities that enroll too few low-income students and those that have the worst [...] Read more

Enrollment Numbers Early Sign of Success for Colleges

by Reginald Stuart | September 5, 2016
Early enrollment numbers emerging on college campuses around the nation are a signal that the 2 [...] Read more

HBCUs Still Providing Students Extra Nudge Toward Success

by Lois Elfman | August 17, 2016
While still maintaining high standards and stellar graduation rates, some HBCUs have created pr [...] Read more

HBCUs Struggling to Find Stability at Top

by Reginald Stuart | August 16, 2016
As the new fiscal year began July 1 for most of the nation’s institutions, at least 10 HBCUs [...] Read more

The ‘Uprooting’ of HBCUs in a Post-racial Context

by Dawn X. Henderson | July 7, 2016
­The irony in Roots is the continuous “uprooting” of the family experiences; this, too, ha [...] Read more

HBCUs Hit Strategic Reset in Face of Funding Mismatch

by Autumn A. Arnett | January 19, 2016
Despite the doom-and-gloom narrative that is often projected on these institutions, three in pa [...] Read more

H.E.L.F. Serves to Enhance HBCU Leadership

by Autumn A. Arnett | January 11, 2016
The Higher Education Leadership Foundation (H.E.L.F.) is helping to spearhead a movement that h [...] Read more

Why I Still Support HBCUs Even Though I Just Left One

by Taharee A. Jackson | January 10, 2016
Minority-serving institutions are as vital as public schools and need equal support and funding [...] Read more

Tennessee State Grad Stays On to Promote ‘Brotherhood’

by Christina Sturdivant | December 23, 2015
At 23 years old, Michael D. Johnson has already achieved more than some people twice his age. H [...] Read more

Elizabeth City State Chancellor Announces Resignation

by Diverse Staff | December 22, 2015
After serving little more than a year on the job, Stacey Franklin Jones abruptly resigned effec [...] Read more

Tradition of Exclusion at PWIs Harmful for Diversity

by Autumn A. Arnett | November 30, 2015
The success that HBCUs, tribal colleges, Hispanic-Serving Institutions and other minority-servi [...] Read more
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