Posts tagged: Spelman College - Diverse
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Simmons’ Presidency Ushers in New Era for Prairie View

by Sammy G. Allen | April 22, 2018 Dr. Ruth J. Simmons took the mantle this weekend as the first woman and eighth president of Pra Read more

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

HBCUs’ Relevance in Diversifying the STEM Workforce

by Frances Carter-Johnson, Tasha Inniss and Mark E. Lee | March 6, 2018
Global scientific competitiveness of the United States depends on the nation’s ability to sus [...] Read more

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

Colleges and Universities Pool Resources to Curb Costs

by Timothy Pratt | October 18, 2017
Efforts to build alliances are especially growing among smaller private colleges that are heavi [...] Read more

Spelman Scholar Extending Trailblazing Author Butler’s Reach

by Gia Savage | August 2, 2017
Spelman College offers a course within the English major, which is taught by Dr. Tarshia Stanle [...] Read more

Music Therapy Proving to be Sound Choice for Howard Student

by Tiffany Pennamon and Ya-Marie Sesay | July 27, 2017
Maya Rogers, a graduate student focusing on music therapy at Howard University, has been named [...] Read more

Johnnetta Cole Contemplates Next Challenge

by Reginald Stuart | March 29, 2017
Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole, who transcends boundaries through her dedication and love for higher edu [...] 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

Forum Examines ‘Unintended Consequences’ of Blacks’ Incarceration

by Lydia Lum | January 6, 2016
Dr. Samuel L. Myers Jr. of the University of Minnesota says that “the list of unintended cons [...] Read more

Students Want Hillary Clinton to Know They’re Tired of Rhetoric

by Autumn A. Arnett | November 2, 2015
The Atlanta University Center students who interrupted Democratic presidential candidate with c [...] Read more

Women Studies, Gender Studies Facing Roadblocks at HBCUs

by Lois Elfman | July 28, 2015
Prominent scholars in women’s and gender studies face challenges in increasing its presence o [...] Read more

Spelman College Appears to be Riding Wave of Momentum

by Catherine Morris | April 2, 2015
Students, or Spelmanites, as they call themselves, have high hopes for what Dr. Mary Schmidt Ca [...] Read more

Author Relishes Revisiting ‘Black Macho’

by Katti Gray | March 30, 2015
Michele Wallace’s controversial book, Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman, is being re [...] Read more
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