North Carolina’s Bennett College for Women, plagued by years of declining enrollment and financial hardship today announced its intent to appeal a decision from the Southern Association of Colleges and […]
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LOOK: Future Vets Enter Clinical Training Phase During Tuskegee White Coat Ceremony
Tuskegee University’s College of Veterinary Medicine welcomed 59 new emerging veterinary health professionals into their clinical study cohort during the school’s annual white coat ceremony hosted last Saturday on campus. […]
Tuskegee Endorses Regional Air Force Training Initiative
Officials at Tuskegee University emphasized its continuing support today for the proposed Leonardo DRS T-100 jet trainer project, which, pending approval by the U.S. Air Force, would be located at nearby Moton […]
Jarvis Christian, St. Augustine's Show HBCU Value Add to Black American Healthcare
Jarvis Christian College was recently named as a member of the Millennium Campus Network’s coalition of schools. Membership indicates that students are active in launching and producing initiatives to expand […]
Tuskegee's Kayla Freeman is First Black Woman to Serve as Alabama National Guard Pilot
Tuskegee University alumna Lt. Kayla Freeman became the first black woman in Alabama history to join the state’s national guard as a pilot.
HBCU Leadership Hirings, Firings & Resignations: The 2017-18 Final Report
When executive leadership turns over at an institution of higher education, context matters. In some instances, executives who’ve served long tenures retire with preparations made and accreditation, financial solvency, and […]
Lily McNair Named Tuskegee President
Lily McNair, a provost and senior vice president at Wagner College in New York City, was moments ago announced as Tuskegee University’s eighth president – the first woman to lead […]
What is Going On With These HBCU Alumni Associations?
Last month, Oakwood University made a private beef with its national alumni association public, publishing in the Adventist Review a lengthy treatment on how the Oakwood University Alumni Association has […]
Alabama HBCUs Could See Funding Increases in FY2019 Budget
A state known for drastic approaches to fiscal austerity has moved one step closer to making new investments in higher education for the upcoming fiscal year, and the state’s public […]
HBCU Voices of STEM Excellence – Tuskegee's Clayton Yates
Tuskegee’s Clayton Yates discusses his historic $8.5 million grant to help black communities throughout Alabama reverse disparate impact of intractable diseases.
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