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Fisk University Names Kevin Rome President

Fisk University Names Kevin Rome President

by Diverse Staff | March 23, 2017 Fisk University named Kevin Rome as its 16th president, filling the historically Black institut Read more
Jordan Putting St. Mary’s College on the Map

Jordan Putting St. Mary’s College on the Map

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 22, 2017
Dr. Tuajuanda C. Jordan is helping to bring new visibility to a small liberal arts college that [...] Read more
Paul Quinn Becomes 1st HBCU to Gain Work College Designation

Paul Quinn Becomes 1st HBCU to Gain Work College Designation

by Catherine Morris | March 20, 2017
Two years after embracing the work college model, Paul Quinn College officially will join the r [...] Read more
Federal Judge Rejects Bias Suit Against Portland State

Federal Judge Rejects Bias Suit Against Portland State

by Eric Freedman | March 15, 2017
A federal judge in Oregon has rejected a race and national origin discrimination suit by a stud [...] Read more
Amid Controversy, Kentucky State Names Brown President

Amid Controversy, Kentucky State Names Brown President

by Reginald Stuart | March 14, 2017
A divided Board of Regents at Kentucky State University selected a new chief executive to lead [...] Read more
Franklin Award Winner John Lewis Says Time is Now for ‘Good Trouble’

Franklin Award Winner John Lewis Says Time is Now for ‘Good Trouble’

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 13, 2017
Speaking at a reception where he received the John Hope Franklin Award from Diverse, U.S. Rep. [...] Read more
Venerable Basketball Coach, Mentor Ben Jobe Dies

Venerable Basketball Coach, Mentor Ben Jobe Dies

by Reginald Stuart | March 12, 2017
Ben Jobe, the college basketball coach who won more than 500 games in more than five decades of [...] Read more
Struggling Cheyney University Gets $8M Infusion

Struggling Cheyney University Gets $8M Infusion

by Reginald Stuart | March 9, 2017
In a major move to help reverse the demise of historic Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, the [...] Read more
Black Junior to Lead Student Government at University of Alabama

Black Junior to Lead Student Government at University of Alabama

by Jay Reeves, Associated Press | March 8, 2017
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A Black University of Alabama student supported by a secretive campus grou [...] Read more
Morehouse: Despite Reports, John Wilson to Complete Term as President

Morehouse: Despite Reports, John Wilson to Complete Term as President

by Catherine Morris | March 7, 2017
Morehouse College refutes reports on Monday that stated its president, Dr. John Silvanus Wilson [...] Read more
A2MEND Growing into its Empowerment Role

A2MEND Growing into its Empowerment Role

by Jamal Evan Mazyck | March 6, 2017
The African American Male Education Network and Development organization (A2MEND) conference ma [...] Read more
Southern Grad Schools See Need to Tap into Diversity Boom

Southern Grad Schools See Need to Tap into Diversity Boom

by Catherine Morris | March 5, 2017
As the United States moves toward a future where the population will be “majority minority” [...] Read more
Harvard Publicly Acknowledges Historical Ties to Slavery

Harvard Publicly Acknowledges Historical Ties to Slavery

by Collin Binkley, Associated Press |
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Harvard University publicly acknowledged its deep ties to colonial-era sla [...] Read more
105 Bodies Found During Construction Project to be Reburied

105 Bodies Found During Construction Project to be Reburied

by Associated Press |
ATLANTA — University of Georgia officials say they will rebury the remains of 105 bodies disc [...] Read more
Diverse Docket: Former Academic Adviser Loses Religious Bias Suit

Diverse Docket: Former Academic Adviser Loses Religious Bias Suit

by Eric Freedman | March 2, 2017
A former academic adviser at Utah Valley University has lost a suit alleging religious harassme [...] Read more
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