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(From left to right) Gilda Barabino, Makola M. Abdullah, Mary Schmidt Campbell, and C. Reynold Verret
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HBCUs Take Center Stage as the Nation Responds to COVID-19& Systemic Racism

(From left to right) Gilda Barabino, Makola M. Abdullah, Mary Schmidt Campbell, and C. Reynold Verret Historically Black Colleges and Universities Take Center Stage as the Nation Responds to COVID-19 and Systemic Racism By¬†Molly Galvin Most U.S. colleges and universities are struggling to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Historically Black Colleges and Universities ‚ÄĒ

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FAMU to become COVID-19 testing hub for Florida HBCUs

Florida A&M University (FAMU) has received $1.5 million from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to operate its own COVID-19 testing lab and serve as a hub for other historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in Florida. The agreement provides funding through October 2022. President Larry Robinson, Ph.D., joined other HBCU administrators and Gates Foundation

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North Carolina A&T hosts U.S. Space Force

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is being considered as the first of five universities in a consortium to be established by the U.S. Space Force. A&T is the first university the Space Force has visited in its effort to establish the consortium, thanks to Maj. Romeo White ’08, who also participated in discussions

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FAMU Increases COVID-19 Testing Capabilities Through Thermo Fisher Scientific Initiative

Florida A&M University (FAMU) announced this week that it will expand its COVID-19 testing capabilities two-fold as the latest academic institution that joins a growing list of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) benefiting from Thermo Fisher Scientific’s $25 million donation of diagnostic equipment, test kits and related supplies. The agreement is designed to support

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