September 27, 2023

Morris Brown College Selects New Provost and Senior Vice President For Academic Affairs

Courtesy of Morris Brown College After an extensive nationwide search, Morris Brown College (MBC) proudly announces the appointment of Dr. Toneyce Randolph as its new Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. Expressing his enthusiasm for this significant development, Dr. Kevin James, President of Morris Brown College, said, “As we navigate through a transformative

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Philander Smith University Welcomes Earl Graham, Jr. as New Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion

Courtesy of Philander Smith University Philander Smith University (PSU) is proud to announce the appointment of Pastor Earl Graham, Jr. as the new Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion. With a rich background in education, ministry, and community engagement, Mr. Graham, Jr. brings a wealth of experience and dedication to his new role

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TSU’s Second Largest Class In History Takes Oath To Succeed During Freshman Convocation

By Emmanuel Freeman Tennessee State University’s Class of 2027 reached an important milestone, as the institution formally welcomed the students at the annual Freshman Convocation held in Kean Hall on Sept. 18. The ceremony celebrated the arrival of the 1,784 first-time freshmen, who comprise the second-largest freshman class in the University’s history. They also have a

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Black UAW workers say they’re striking to keep the promise of a middle-class life

By¬†Curtis Bunn When Tiffanie Simmons joined her father for Bring Your Daughter to Work Day, she left knowing that one day she‚Äôd return to the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant as an employee. She was 12. Sure, the self-proclaimed ‚ÄúDaddy‚Äôs girl‚ÄĚ wanted to follow in her father‚Äôs footsteps, but more crucially, she understood that her family

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Universal Music Group Creates Scholarship Programs with HBCU Medical Schools, Including Morehouse School of Medicine

Written By Morehouse School of Medicine Universal Music Group (UMG), the world leader in music-based entertainment, through its Task Force for Meaningful Change (TFMC), is working to widen the pipeline of Black medical practitioners through support to the HBCU medical schools at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM), Howard University College of Medicine, Meharry Medical College, and Charles R. Drew

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Dillard University will offer a Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) beginning the fall 2023

Courtesy of Dillard University Dillard University will offer a Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) through its College of Nursing beginning the fall 2023 semester and is now accepting applications for its inaugural cohort. The M.S.N. will be the first master’s degree in Dillard’s 153 year history. The M.S.N. is a 12-course, 36-39 credit hour hybrid degree program designed to

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Coppin State University to Offer In-State Tuition to New Out-of-State Students from More than 30 States and U.S. Territories

Courtesy of Coppin State University Coppin State University today announced new full-time undergraduate degree-seeking students admitted to the university from more than 30 states and U.S. territories outside of Maryland, will be eligible to pay in-state tuition upon enrollment. The innovative proposal, which will take effect Fall 2024, was approved by the University System of Maryland Board

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