University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert Caret will step down from his post next year, following months of criticism for the handling of a University of Maryland football player death […]
Seems like the circles of legislative influences in Maryland are starting to widen in support of a swift settlement for the state’s 13-year federal discrimination lawsuit involving its four historically […]
Three reasons why a case which could go to the Supreme Court hasn’t gotten national traction, even in the HBCU community.
A court-ordered spring deadline may deliver justice for Maryland’s HBCUs after a 12-year legal fight.
A new trend of executive stability appears to be emerging for the new year.
My Dear Brother Will: I am in receipt of your letter on the precarious nature of athletics at HBCUs published today, which challenges my position on the necessity of sports […]
We discuss the latest phase of the landmark federal lawsuit involving Maryland’s four HBCUs, changes in West Virginia’s higher ed oversight structure, and preview upcoming accreditation decisions.
Heidi Anderson, a former provost at Texas A&M University – Kingsville, was yesterday announced as the new president of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. She will replace former president […]
Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley was never a serious presidential candidate, but his prospects grew dimmer when police shootings around the country forced analysis of the ‘zero tolerance’ policing policies […]