Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund, Black Issues Honor HBCUs
WASHINGTONThe Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund Inc. and Black Issues In Higher Education last month in Washington recognized several historically Black colleges and universities for their outstanding achievement and service in promoting access and opportunity for students of color. Bennett College, Coppin State College and Delaware State University received the National Educational Excellence Awards for student recruitment and retention. From left, Virgis W. Colbert, chairman of the Board of Directors for TMSF; Dr. Gloria R. Scott, president of Bennett College; Dr. Calvin W. Burnett, president of Coppin State College; Dr. William B. Delauder, president of Delaware State University; and Dwayne Ashley, president of TMSF. HBCUs were also recognized for presidential leadership; fund raising and institutional development; and community and corporate partnering to promote student access and achievement.
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