Posts tagged: Hampton University - Diverse

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Hampton University President Dr. William Harvey Announces Retirement, Effective June 2022

by | December 15, 2020 Hampton University President Dr. William R. Harvey has announced his retirement after 43 years, Read more

Hampton University to Give Pay Raises and End-of-Year Bonuses

by | December 9, 2020
Hampton University will be giving all faculty and staff a 2% pay raise – effective Jan. 1 – [...] Read more

Hampton University to Remain Online in Spring 2021

by | October 21, 2020
Classes at the historically Black Hampton University will remain online in spring 2021 due to c [...] Read more

Allow Me To Reintroduce Myself: A Message on Behalf of Greatly Underinvested, Often Forgotten Historically Black Colleges and Universities

by D. Jamar Simmons | October 13, 2020
To say that 2020 has been one of the most abnormally jagged and oddly long years serves as an u [...] Read more

Annual HBCU Moguls in the Making Business Competition Begins Thursday

by | October 7, 2020
The second annual Moguls in the Making, a business plan pitch competition offering Historically [...] Read more

DeVos Announces $17.7 million for Small Business Program

by | September 28, 2020
The U.S. Department of Education is setting aside $17.7 million in coronavirus relief funds for [...] Read more

Global Manufacturer of COVID-19 Test Kits Partners with HBCUs to Ensure Safe Return to Campus

by B. Denise Hawkins | August 12, 2020
On Wednesday, Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world’s largest maker of scientific tools, announ [...] Read more

Many HBCUs Are Recipients of Gift From Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott

| July 29, 2020
Many historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) as well as the United Negro College F [...] Read more

Hampton University Suspends Fall Sports

| July 14, 2020
Hampton University said it is suspending fall 2020 sporting events “out of concern for the sp [...] Read more

Hampton University Goes Remote-Only for Fall Semester

by | July 6, 2020
Hampton University (HU) announced plans to continue remote-only learning for the fall semester. [...] Read more

Racism in Higher Education: Why HBCUs Are a Safe Choice in 2020

by Zachary C. Brown and Brandy M. Jones | June 17, 2020
Colleges and universities across the nation are scrambling to address the Black Lives Matter pr [...] Read more

Mellon Foundation to Give $1.76 Million in Emergency Grants to 16 HBCUs

| May 13, 2020
To stabilize enrollments and help students during the COVID-19 pandemic, 16 historically Black [...] Read more

HBCUs Face An Additional Set of Coronavirus Concerns

by | March 15, 2020
Campuses across the country are temporarily closing in response to the coronavirus, encouraging [...] Read more

Hampton University Offers Another Free Semester to Bahamian Students

by | November 8, 2019
After Hurricane Dorian struck the Bahamas in August, Hampton University opened its doors to 43 [...] Read more

Grambling State University: God’s Plan

by Janelle L. Williams | October 15, 2019
As a transfer student, admittedly Grambling was not Ayeisha’s first choice. Though in her wor [...] Read more
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