Posts tagged: HBCU - Diverse

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Amid Falling Enrollment, SC State Board of Trustees Fires Its President

by | July 14, 2021 In a 10-3 vote, the South Carolina State University’s board of trustees voted to fire SCS Read more

Six Months Later, MacKenzie Scott’s Gifts Are Already Making an Impact

by | July 12, 2021
With the freedom of no-strings attached, HBCUs are planning to use MacKenzie Scott's philanthro [...] Read more

South Carolina’s Voorhees College Appoints Dr. Ronnie Hopkins President

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Voorhees College, a small, rural and historically Black institution in South Carolina, has appo [...] Read more

Howard University Will No Longer Have Faculty, Student, Alumni Trustees. Is That Normal? 

by | July 9, 2021
Howard University is in the midst of “an emerging, heated, family squabble.” That’s acco [...] Read more

Actor Denzel Washington Continues Philanthropic Support to Wiley College

by | July 7, 2021
Academy Award winner Denzel Washington is continuing his legacy of philanthropy to Wiley Colleg [...] Read more

Will Free Community College Hurt HBCU Enrollment?

by | July 2, 2021
Some conservatives have been quick to point to the price tag of Biden's American Families Plan, [...] Read more

Textbooks Will Be Free For Two Years at North Carolina A&T Through B&N Partnership

by | June 18, 2021
Free textbooks will be available to undergraduates at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical [...] Read more

Nurturing the Next Generation of Historically Black College and University Leaders

by | June 1, 2021
I never accepted the presidency of the largest or most prestigious university, nor the one that [...] Read more

“Alma Mater” Debuts As Alabama A&M’s Beer of Choice

by | May 27, 2021
Casey Warner put his classroom studies to use when he was tapped to spearhead an ambitious bran [...] Read more

UNCF Partners With Strategic Education to Offer Remote Learning Training Sessions to HBCU and PBI Faculty

by | April 28, 2021
In collaboration with Strategic Education, the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) plans to offer [...] Read more

Why College-Educated Black Women Are Threats in 2021

by Asha Alston | April 27, 2021
College-educated Black women are a threat ─ to the white American supremacy and higher educat [...] Read more

Saint Augustine’s University Finds a Visionary Leader in Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail

by | February 24, 2021
Now, Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail is set to lead Saint Augustine's forward. And the college co [...] Read more

Scholars Reflect on HBCU Graduates Ascending into High Government Roles

by Sara Weissman and Sarah Wood | January 19, 2021
As President-elect Joe Biden prepares to enter the White House, he’s joined by an influx of a [...] Read more

Omnibus Spending Deal Includes $1.3 Billion in Debt Relief for HBCUs

by | December 21, 2020
Several of Congresswoman Alma Adams’ (NC-12) equity-oriented higher education priorities [...] Read more

Missouri’s Lincoln University to Become First HBCU With Police Academy

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Lincoln University will become the first historically Black college and university (HBCU) to ho [...] Read more
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