January 18, 2023

NFPLA Taps TSU Coach Eddie George To Lead 2023 Collegiate Bowl

By Kelli Sharpe Tennessee State University head football coach Eddie George will lead a group of draft-eligible college players in the 2023 NFLPA Bowl. George, a Heisman Trophy winner and a former NFL standout, has been named one of the head coaches for this year’s event. The game will take place on January 28 and

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‚ÄčAmerican Cancer Society Awards ASU Researcher $2.6 Million Grant to Continue Cancer Research

By Hazel Scott Dr. Manoj K. Mishra is once again helping establish Alabama State University as a leader in cancer research. Mishra, founder and director of the Cancer Biology Research and Training (CBRT) program, has been awarded a four-year, $2,631,400 grant from the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Diversity in Cancer Research Institutional Development (DCRID) to

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New York City nurses end strike after reaching a tentative agreement

By Emily Olson A strike involving more than 7,000 nurses at two of New York City’s biggest hospitals has ended. After three days on the picket line,¬†the New York State Nurses Association union said it reached tentative deals¬†with Mount Sinai Health System and Montefiore Health System. The deal includes “concrete enforceable safe staffing ratios” so

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Jonathan Logan Family Foundation Gift to Spelman College Establishes New Center for Documentary Media Studies ‚Äď the First at an HBCU

Courtesy of Spelman College Spelman College announced a $1 million gift from the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation to establish the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation Center for Documentary Media Studies in the new Mary Schmidt Campbell, Ph.D., Center for Innovation & the Arts. Spelman College is the first Historically Black College & University (HBCU) to offer

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