May 22, 2024

FAMU Board Of Trustees Unanimously Vote For ‘External Firm’ To Investigate $237 Million Donation

By Quintessa Williams The Florida A&M Board of Trustees convened a meeting on Wednesday to discuss the next steps following a historic $237 million donation that the Rattlers received during their Spring commencement ceremony. The donation was given by the Issac Batterson Seventh Family Trust and CEO Gregory Gerami, who also served as the keynote speaker for the ceremony.

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Global Followership Conference Advocates Collaboration at Bowie

Courtesy of Bowie State University Almost 200 representatives from nations from around the globe, including faculty and students from Bowie State University, attended the 3rd Annual Global Followership Conference at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland to exchange information about the importance of learning how to recognize and utilize strong followers to achieve goals and

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Morgan State University Journalism Students to Leverage AI Technology to Advance Traditional Sports Reporting

Courtesy of Morgan State University Morgan State University’s School of Global Journalism and Communication (SGJC), one of only two Maryland-based Universities with an internationally accredited journalism school, aims to revolutionize and advance traditional sports reporting utilizing artificial intelligence (AI). The new research and development effort, which comes by way of a unique interdisciplinary collaboration between

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Kamala Harris to speak at SEIU convention set to elect the union’s first Black president

By Monica Alba  Vice President Kamala Harris is set to deliver the keynote address at the Service Employees International Union convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday, one day after the group is expected to elect its first Black president. April Verrett, who is secretary-treasurer of the 103-year-old union, is running unopposed but has received the support of

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Student Success Champion: Q&A With Ruthie (Teri) Little-Berry, University of the District of Columbia

By Ashley Mowreader Ruthie Little-Berry has spent two decades working in higher education, but she first identified her passion for students working as a recruiter during her master’s program on the road talking to students about the power of a college degree. “You’re literally changing people’s lives when you help bring them into a higher

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