November 28, 2023

Stillman College Advances AI Education with Mozilla Foundation Grant

Courtesy of Stillman College Stillman College aims to shape the direction of artificial intelligence education on HBCU campuses thanks to a six-figure grant from the Mozilla Foundation. A trio of Stillman College professors was awarded a $150,000 grant as part of the Responsible Computing Challenge designed to “ensure the next generation of digital builders creates technology

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Truist Funds Hampton University “Building Economic Mobility for Low and Moderately Skilled Individuals” Program with $250,000 Grant

Written By Hampton University Truist, through its Truist Charitable Fund, a donor-advised fund administered by The Winston-Salem Foundation, presented Hampton University with a $250,000 grant to fund the university’s “Building Economic Mobility for Low and Moderately Skilled Individuals, from Underserved Populations in Newport News and Hampton” program. Truist’s Virginia Regional President, Thomas Ransom, presented a

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Bridging the Gap between Students and Faculty Staff: Introducing a Potential Bill from DIRE Committee

Written By Kynedi Nichols The Student Government Association held its annual monthly senate meetings on November 7 at 4 pm in the Mocha Room. This is where they informed students about important information regarding the students, faculty, and staff at Southern University. The meeting started with gaining attendance and making sure all senators were in

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NAACP’s host Votecoming

Written By Marlazia Folse In a remarkable display of civic engagement and activism, the college chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People(NAACP) had a week-long series of events on Southern University’s campus, collectively titled “Votecoming.” The initiative aims to motivate students to exercise their right to vote and participate actively in

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Nearly 3,000 Morehouse Graduates Get $10M In Student Debt Forgiven By Activist Group

By Nyah Peebles Nearly 3,000 Morehouse College graduates’ student debt has been cleared thanks to the Debt Collective — a debtors union pushing to abolish all forms of debt. On Monday, the Debt Collective announced it collaborated with the all-men’s HBCU to wipe out all outstanding account balances that were in collections for the fall 2022 term and

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Missouri State Representative Emily Weber Unveils Politics, Policies and Real-World Challenges for Lincoln University Students

By Stephanie Cobian On October 11, 2023, the dynamic world of American politics came alive for political science students at Lincoln University as they welcomed Missouri State Representative Emily Weber as a distinguished guest lecturer in their PSC204 American State and Local Government course. Representative Weber, who represents the 24th District, offered valuable insights into

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CBIS Honored With Prestigious SFEPD 2022-2023 Top Student Ambassador Program Award

Written by Tuskegee University Tuskegee University’s Andrew F. Brimmer College of Business and Information Science has received the esteemed Society for Financial Education and Professional Development (SFEPD) 2022-2023 Top Student Ambassador Program Award. The recognition was bestowed upon the College at the SFEPD Annual Conference in National Harbor, Maryland, held on Oct. 23-24. This marks

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