Shaun White

CSU Expands Access to Community College Students Through Montgomery College Partnership

Written by Coppin State University Newsroom The CSU College of Business hosted a signing ceremony, in November, to commemorate an articulation agreement establishing a transfer partnership between Montgomery College and the CSU College of Business. Held in the Tawes Center Ballroom, on the campus of CSU, the signing between President Anthony Jenkins and Montgomery College

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Stillman College, SIU School of Law pact aims to increase diversity among attorneys

By David Miller Stillman College and Southern Illinois University Carbondale have signed a memorandum of understanding to help students from the historically Black liberal arts college enroll and earn a degree from the SIU School of Law, with the aim of diversifying the legal profession. Parties from both Stillman and SIU School of Law formalized their agreement Wednesday. Stillman

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In Memoriam: Edward D. Irons, Ph.D., Former Head of Business at Howard University, Dies at 98

Written by the Howard University Newsroom Staff, Howard University regrets to share news of the passing of Edward D. Irons, Ph.D., at the age of 98. Irons served as the head of the business department at Howard University before the School of Business was formerly established in 1970. “Dr. Irons was a pioneer and visionary in business education who provided the foundation for what would become our

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Delaware State University’s COB receives grant to help minority-owned small businesses

Courtesy of Delaware State University Delaware State University’s College of Business has been awarded a two-year $200,000 grant from the University of Delaware’s Small Business Development Center to be a part of its Community Navigator Program to help underserved businesses access critical resources. Del State’s College of Business (COB) is part of a statewide coalition organized

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The City of Tallahassee renamed a pond after Florida A&M University legend Dr Charles Evans Saturday Jan., 15, 2022.

Ceremony Celebrates Naming of the Myers Park Pond For FAMU Professor Charles Evans

By Andrew Skerritt Tallahassee and Leon County officials held a ceremony to formally name the Dr. Charles L. Evans Pond in honor of the late civil rights activist and Florida A&M University professor. The event was held on the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and attracted neighborhood residents as well as FAMU administrators

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Governor Hogan Announces Nearly $63 Million For State Revitalization Program

Written by Coppin State University, Governor Larry Hogan announced new awardees for several state revitalization programs administered by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD). Pronounced last month, nearly $63 million was awarded to 214 projects and activities that promote community development and economic growth. All 23 Maryland counties and Baltimore City received

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MDE awards Jackson State $2M in grants to train more teachers in elementary and secondary education graduate degree programs

By Latoya Hentz-Moore The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE), through its Mississippi Teacher Residency (MTR) program, is awarding $2,038,589 in grants to Jackson State University (JSU) to cover tuition and expenses for individuals seeking a graduate degree in elementary and secondary education. “This grant will help those individuals reach their milestone of achieving a teacher’s

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Savannah State University to Observe National Freedom Day Feb. 1

By Savannah State University Savannah State University’s (SSU) Honors Program and The Wright Choice Mentoring Program will host the second virtual National Freedom Day observance on Tuesday, Feb. 1. A campus wreath-laying ceremony will be held at 1 p.m., as well as, a virtual live stream presentation at 6 p.m. with video reflections from President

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