University presidential exodus is a sign of the great storm ahead in higher education

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. 

Pension Crisis, Future of Work Should Have HBCUs on Philanthropic High Alert

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 […]

Howard Professor Omari Swinton Named President of National Economic Association

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 […]