November 30, 2023

Howard University College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences Redefines Healthcare Education with Two New Online Degree Programs

Written By The Howard University Newsroom Staff The Howard University College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences (CNAHS) will redefine healthcare education with the launch of two innovative online degree programs scheduled to begin in 2024. The Master of Health Administration (MHA) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs will equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to lead

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TD SYNNEX Executive Beth Simonetti To Speak At Claflin University

Written by Clark Atlanta University Beth Simonetti, executive vice president and chief human resource officer at TD SYNNEX, will speak at Claflin University from 2 p.m. – 2:40 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19, in the Orange and Maroon Room at Corson Hall. A “Q &A” session is scheduled after her remarks. Simonetti’s Claflin includes meetings with University

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Morehouse School of Medicine Looks to Disrupt Health Inequities

By Liann Herder At Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM), disrupting and erasing health disparities is more than just part of their mission statement. Health equity is something MSM leaders, faculty members, and students work toward every day. “As a medical school, our first priority is to train physicians, researchers, and other healthcare professionals. However, as

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Stillman Receives Multi-Million Dollar Grant for New Research Facility

Courtesy of Stillman College Stillman College President Yolanda W. Page joins Congresswoman Terri Sewell as she announces a $7.9 million grant for a new Biomedical Research Facility. Ahead of her town hall meeting on the Stillman College campus, Congresswoman Terri A. Sewell presented a check in the amount of $7.9M to Stillman President Dr. Yolanda

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Under judge’s order, Georgia proposes map with two new Black-majority districts

Georgia Senate Republicans are proposing a new map that would create two Black-majority voting districts, but would probably retain Republicans’ 33-23 edge in the General Assembly’s upper chamber, in an effort to fix a map a judge said illegally dilutes Black votes. The proposed districts, released Monday, would increase the number of Black majority districts

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Former CNN Anchor Guest Speaker For TSU Fall Commencement

By Kelli Sharpe Tennessee State University will hold its fall commencement Saturday, December 9, 2023, at 9 a.m. in the Gentry Center Complex. Nearly 700 students will walk the stage to receive their degrees during the ceremony. This year’s speaker is award-winning journalist and former CNN anchor Don Lemon. Lemon anchored the long-running CNN primetime

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HU Announces Career Readiness Events to Prepare Students for High Demand and Public Service Careers Featuring Notables such as Ving Rhames

Courtesy of Hampton University HU’s Federal Government Day, “Level Up to Public Service,” will kick off the three-day series. “Federal Government Day is a major career readiness opportunity for Hampton University students to connect with leaders from federal government agencies,” said Linda Malone-Colon, Ph.D., dean, HU School of Liberal Arts and Education. “Students will have

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Center for Rural Health and Economic Equity Receives $2.2 Million to Improve Health Equity

Written By Tuskegee University Tuskegee University leaders are committed to ensuring that everyone has access to quality healthcare. Through the Center for Rural Health and Economic Equity, the university is helping to take groundbreaking steps toward advancing health equity in underserved communities and has just been awarded $2.2 million to support that effort. The grant

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