September 08, 2023

Virginia Union University Celebrates 31% Enrollment Surge For 2023-24

Courtesy of Virginia Union University  VUU is thrilled to announce a historic milestone in its academic journey, with the University experiencing an unprecedented 31% surge in undergraduate enrollment compared to the previous academic year. More than 1,200 undergraduate and 400 graduate students have enrolled at Virginia Union for the academic year 2023-24. As classes begin this

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Meharry names Dr. Harris-Haywood as new School of Medicine dean

Written By Meharry Medical College Sonja Harris-Haywood, M.D., M.S., MA, has been appointed dean of the Meharry Medical College School of Medicine. Harris-Haywood will advance Meharry’s mission to serve the underserved by leading, innovating and growing the College’s medical education and training curriculum and programs. “Dr. Harris-Haywood’s achievements in multidisciplinary clinical research and curriculum, as

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Howard University Receives $3.5 Million to Endow Chair in Honor of Education Entrepreneur Sean McCleese

By Kelvin Childs An anonymous donor has committed $3.5 million to Howard University to establish an endowed chair in honor of the late education entrepreneur Sean McCleese. The Sean McCleese Endowed Chair in Computer Science, Race and Social Justice supports scholarship, teaching, policy development and partnership building. The goal of this endowed chair is to ensure

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Spelman College Receives $200,000 grant from the Deloitte Foundation to support students pursuing STEM fields

Written By Spelman College Spelman College today announced a $200,000 grant from the Deloitte Foundation to provide scholarships for students majoring in economics, computer science and mathematics. The donation to Spelman will establish the Deloitte Foundation Scholarship Fund to support 20 incoming juniors who are pursuing undergraduate degrees in the aforestated majors during the 2023-2024

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Congresswoman Jennifer McClellan Visits VSU Center For Entrepreneurship

Written By Virginia State University Virginia State University welcomed Congresswoman and Petersburg native Jennifer McClellan to campus on Wednesday, August 30, as part of its Black Business Month celebration. Congresswoman McClellan spoke to students enrolled in the Reginald F. Lewis College of Business and learned more about the VSU Center for Entrepreneurship, whose programs help

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New TSU Academic Affairs Unit To Promote Student Career Pathways, University Partnerships

By Alexis Clark This month marks a fresh start for thousands at TSU, embarking on an exciting chapter as college students. Not only for first-year students but also as the university welcomes new departments this semester. This year’s move-in incorporated a collaborative effort between the newly formed unit in Academic Affairs, Academic Career Pathways and

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