US News Rankings Shouldn't Overshadow HBCU Results

Several historically black colleges and universities are claiming new spots on the controversial list of the nation’s best institutions as ranked by the US News and World Report. The annual […]

LISTEN: Congresswoman Alma Adams, StubHub Global Diversity Head Rachel Williams Talk HBCU Tech Recruiting

We talk with Rep. Adams and Williams about the inaugural ‘Diversity in Tech’ summit, the pathways to tech careers from HBCUs, and how black colleges can better position for training […]

Could New NCAA Rules Clear the Way for More Basketball Talent Coming to HBCUs?

The NCAA today announced new rules which will make it easier for athletes good enough to make it to the NBA to return to school if those dreams fall short.

North Carolina A&T Researchers Part of National Team to Discover Air Pollution Breakthrough

Faculty researchers at North Carolina A&T State University are part of a national air pollution research consortium which has discovered that some pollutants are slower to dissipate in colder temperatures […]

When Did HBCUs Become a Leadership Pipeline for State Systems?

Alcorn State University President Alfred Rankins is headed back to another familiar place, returning to the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning as its first black commissioner of higher education. Dr. […]