They also are expert readers of writing on the wall that in most cases is painted in invisible ink; fewer people can afford or want to go to college, politics are more intrusive in the university setting than they’ve ever been, and stakeholder groups are going to be increasingly demanding of the campus as a catalyst for social, economic and political change that it wasn’t designed to deliver.
Originally approved by the D.C. City Council in fall 2020 and scheduled for completion by 2026, investments for the 660-bed hospital will include public funding for land acquisition and community healthcare programming development.
Howard University President Wayne A.I. Frederick will retire in June 2024, trustees at the school announced this afternoon.
As HBCUs nationwide celebrated commencement ceremonies in recent weeks, two institutions made headlines with extraordinary gifts from their most active philanthropic groups. Morgan State University and Howard University announced gifts […]
Long-serving Howard University faculty member and pioneering medical figure LaSalle Leffall died last week. He was 89. Dr. Leffall served as chairman of Howard’s Department of Surgery for more than […]
Howard students have to be the monitors and advocates for the interests of DC black residents. They can command the social and traditional media space that cannot be captured by […]
Howard University Associate Professor Melanie Carter shares insight on the HU Higher Education and Leadership Policy Studies (HELPS) program, and the training that is required to become a 21st-century HBCU […]
A group of Howard University graduates are among an international pool of five teams selected to compete for the right to design Jamaica’s parliamentary buildings – a project that could […]
HBCUs bear an unreasonable stereotype with our social culture; that all of what makes HBCUs good is tied up in the way we dance, stroll, step and tailgate.
Howard University associate professor of economics, Omari H. Swinton, Ph.D., is now president of the National Economic Association (NEA), an organization dedicated to producing and distributing knowledge of economic issues that are of exceptional […]