June 09, 2022

LU Small Business Development Center Honored Among Top 4 University of Missouri Extension Centers for Client Satisfaction

By Lincoln University University of Missouri Extension recently recognized the Small Business Development Center at Lincoln University for its high rate of client satisfaction. Center Director Lauren Carter and her staff were honored April 13 at the Extension Business Development Program’s annual professional development conference. The annual celebration awards individual and team performance from the most recent


Stephan Naylor Hired as Director for first-ever Marching Band at Fisk University

written by: Maya Brown Fisk University is thrilled to announce Stephan Naylor as the University’s new band director. The Chicago native is a highly skilled musician with nearly 15 years of experience conducting and performing collegiate instruments. Naylor is a highly accomplished arranger with a wealth of experience in academia. The two-time Howard University graduate


Virginia Union University Receives Award-Winning Recognition for Groundbreaking Storytelling

Courtesy of Virginia Union University Virginia Union University (VUU) announced today its award-winning recognition for its work in social, video, and television production of two films, Virginia Union University Vision and the Community Leaders Celebration to Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The University received a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award, two Silver Telly Awards and an Emmy nomination


CIAA and Visit Baltimore Announce Extension of the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament In Baltimore Through 2025

Courtesy of CLAFLIN UNIVERSITY Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Visit Baltimore, the State of Maryland, and the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA®), the nation’s oldest historically Black athletic conference, announced that the Men’s and Women’s Basketball tournament will extend its run in Baltimore for 2024 and 2025 following a successful first year in-person in Baltimore in


30 Days of Giving Launches this Month TSU

by Nick Guerrio Tennessee State Athletics will use the Month of June for its ’30 Days of Giving’ to bring Roar City together to pledge support for the Tigers. The month of giving is an opportunity for every Tiger to support their favorite athletic program at TSU. Alumni, friends, and supporters interested in making their

This is the entrance at Cheyney Road to the University campus. Nyrie Watson is a senior, and an education major, at Cheyney who acknowledges its problems, but said the school has made a difference in her life and made her a better person. MICHAEL BRYANT / Staff Photographer

Amidst Accreditation Concerns, Cheyney Turns A Fiscal Corner

By Janet Cline It looks like Cheyney University has turned a corner. The historically Black institution that was once rumored to be on the brink of possibly shutting down amid concerns about the future of its accreditation recently announced that it ended the fiscal year with not only a balanced budget, but a surplus of

FILE - In this July 6, 2021, file photo, an electronic signboard welcomes people to the Howard University campus in Washington. A foundation is donating $2 million to Howard University to digitize a major collection of Black newspaper archives in hopes of making it more broadly available to researchers and the general public. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)

The HistoryMakers Awards 2022-2023 Faculty Innovations in Pedagogy and Teaching Fellowship to Howard University School of Law Adjunct Instructor Ngozi Ndulue and Recruits Junior Zoé Coker as a 2022-2023 Digital Archive Student Ambassador

Courtesy of Howard University The HistoryMakers, the nation’s largest African American video oral history archive, has awarded its 2022-2023 Faculty Innovations in Pedagogy and Teaching Fellowship to Howard University School of Law adjunct instructor Ngozi Ndulue. Ndulue is one of seven awardees. Ndulue’s course, “Capital Punishment,” will use The HistoryMakers Digital Archive to help students learn about the fundamental building