January 13, 2022

Twelve FAMU Students To Participate in Goldman Sachs Market Madness Program

Written by Florida A&M University A dozen Florida A&M University (FAMU) students were selected to participate in the Goldman Sachs Market Madness: HBCU Possibilities Program this spring. The FAMU students, who were among more than 500 applicants, will participate in an immersive, semester-long crash course in key financial concepts. FAMU students will join students from


Fayetteville State University’s Chancellor Receives Prestigious Award

By Fayetteville State University Darrell T. Allison, Fayetteville State University, Chancellor was named the William Pearson Tolley Champion for Veterans in Higher education award winner by Student Veterans of America (SVA). The annual award is given to university leaders across the country who excels in providing innovative and creative management strategies, demonstrates excellence in leadership

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Carnegie Classification reaffirms JSU as a ‚Äėhigh research activity‚Äô university

by Jackson State University Jackson State University¬†has received reaffirmation in the category of ‚ÄúDoctoral Universities: High Research Activity‚ÄĚ based on the latest evaluation by¬†the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.¬†¬† The 2021 reaffirmation reflects the university‚Äôs commitment to elevate its research and empower academic excellence and outreach as part of our mission to positively


Delaware State University receives $438,000 NIH research grant

Written by Delaware State University A Delaware State University scientist has received a research grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for his work in developing novel protein/RNA interactions, and their incorporation into a technology capable of fixing adverse RNA mutations. Dr. Brian McNaughton, a Senior Fellow in the University’s Delaware Institute for Science and


TSU Partners with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture

Courtesy of Texas Southern University Texas Southern University is one of five Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to partner with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) to support University museums and archives. The five-year project will enhance TSU’s ability to care for and share archives that tell the story


Howard Magazine Wins Three 2021 Folio: Eddie and Ozzie Awards

Written By the Howard University Newroom The Office of University Communications is pleased to announce that Howard Magazine won three 2021 Folio: Eddie and Ozzie Awards this Fall. The Folio Awards are run by Folio, a New York-based business magazine focused on trends in the publishing industry, and bring together some of the best publications around the