October 03, 2022

Xavier University of Louisiana Professors receive NASA award

Courtesy of Xavier University of Louisiana Xavierā€™s Department of Physics and Engineering professors Dr. Morewell Gasseller, Dr. Shafiqul Islam and Dr. Freddie Landry received a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) award to fund their university research for five years. The award will support the project ā€œXULA Surface-Based Measurement Initiative for Environmental/Air Quality Monitoring,ā€ which

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HBCU in LA Executives Visit Bowie State University

By D. Thompson Students from Bowie Stateā€™s Fine and Performing Arts Department discovered pathways to opportunities and success in the film industry this week when they met with senior executives from the Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program (EICOP) about HBCU LA. A Los Angeles-based initiative, HBCU LA is designed to provide underrepresented students the opportunity

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TSU 2022 Fall Career Fair Largest Turn Out in University History with Over 1,000 Students

By Alexis Clark Over 1,000 TSU students will be better prepared for internships and the job market following the universityā€™s Fall Career Fair. The students took advantage of meeting over 240 potential employers at the fair that included representatives from government agencies, aerospace, banking, engineering, healthcare, and several otherĀ industries. The employers set up tables and

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Morehouse School of Medicine Announces Partnership with Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and Historically Black Medical Colleges to Advance Genomics Research

Courtesy of Morehouse School of Medicine Morehouse School of MedicineĀ (MSM) today announced a partnership with theĀ Chan Zuckerberg InitiativeĀ (CZI) and the nation’s three other Historically Black Medical Colleges (HBMCs) to further support the cutting-edge scientific research they are leading to address significant gaps in genomics research, create new tools and methods to prevent and treat disease,

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N.C. A&T to Use $500K Donation From Toyota To Expand STEAM Ed. And Workforce Prep

By Tonya Dixon Science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) education resources and opportunities will get a boost at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University through a $500,000 grant from Toyota. The university and Communities in Schools of Randolph County have each received half of the total $1 million donation. The College of Education

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Howard School of Divinity Launches Clinical Pastoral Education Programā€Æ

By Aaliyah Butler TheĀ Howard University School of DivinityĀ is excited to announce the launch of itsĀ Clinical Pastoral Education ProgramĀ in Fall 2022. The HUSD CPE program is fully accredited by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education and will provide Level I and Level II programming. The focus of CPE training is to prepare leaders to effectively serve

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Tuskegee University is named HBCU Institutional Leader by Fulbright Program

By T. Lee Tuskegee University has been named a Fulbright Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Institutional Leader for 2022. For the third consecutive year, the U.S. Department of Stateā€™s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) is recognizing selected HBCUsā€™ strong engagement with the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government’s flagship international academic exchange program.

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