September 19, 2022

Howard University Climbs to No. 30 on U.S. News & World Report Rankings List of Most Innovative Schools

By Misha Cornelius  Howard University climbed 10 points to No. 30 on the latest U.S. News & World Report 2022 rankings list of most innovative schools. The positive increase in the ranking represents the success of the Howard Forward strategic plan, which emphasizes measures that enable resource savings through upgraded technology and automation; initiatives that

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NCCU Launches Infrastructure to Boost STEM Education and Technology Resources in North Carolina

By Quiana Shepard North Carolina Central University (NCCU), in collaboration with Davidson College, Duke University and MCNC, has launched the North Carolina Shared Research & Education collaborative infrastructure (NCShare) to provide high-speed research network capacity, support high-performance computing, and boost STEM education to at least eight minority-serving, smaller, or mid-sized institutions of higher education throughout North Carolina. The project is

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Fayetteville State University records largest enrollment in over 20 years, First-Year, Military-affiliated and Transfer Students Increase

Courtesy of Fayetteville State University Fayetteville State University (FSU) records its largest enrollment in over 20 years with a total matriculation of 6,787 students. Fall 2022 enrollment jumped significantly among several populations as the university welcomed its largest, most diverse first-year class in nearly 15 years. According to its 2022 campus census, FSU enrolled its

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Clark Atlanta School Of Social Work Programs Receive Eight-Year Reaccreditation

By Clark Atlanta University On Thursday, Clark Atlanta University announced that their bachelor’s and master’s social work programs have been reaffirmed accreditation by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Commission on Accreditation for another eight years, ending in June 2030. According to Dr. Jenny L. Jones, dean and professor of the Whitney M. Young Jr. School of Social Work, the reaffirmed

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Hampton University Continues to Receive High Marks as Top School in Several National Publications

Courtesy of Hampton University Several prestigious college listings throughout the world, including U. S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review, continue to recognize Hampton University.  “At Hampton University, we strive to uphold our founder’s ideals of providing a strong academic program and building character,” said Hampton University President, Darrell K. Williams. “The high marks that Hampton

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Morehouse College Continues to Climb the U.S. News & World Report Rankings

Courtesy of Morehouse College Morehouse College maintains its No. 4 ranking among Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) nationwide, according to U.S. News & World Report 2023 rankings. Recognized for one of the most comprehensive new student orientation traditions in higher education, the College climbed 13 spots to becoming No. 1 HBCU overall for First-Year Experiences.

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Saving the Environment: Claflin University Launches New Master’s Program Dedicated To Solving Climate Change

Courtesy of Claflin University We all talk about climate change and its detrimental effects on our planet. Yet if we don’t have scientists specifically trained to help combat it, how will we fight and adapt? Dr. Nicholas Panasik, associate professor of biology and chemistry at Claflin University is helping lead the way with not just

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