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Monthly Archives: June 2018

HU President Receives Inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award

BALTIMORE, Md.  – On a night celebrating academic excellence and achievement, Hampton University President Dr. William R. Harvey and his 40 years of unparalleled leadership, was immortalized with the creation and awarding of the inaugural William R. Harvey Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2018 HBCU

Francena McCorory Inducted into VHSL Hall of Fame

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va – Hampton University track and field standout Francena McCorory added another Hall of Fame honor to her stellar career as she was inducted on Sunday to the Virginia High School League Hall of Fame. The Virginia High School Hall of Fame recognizes those

KTSU moves up in national Nielsen ranking for public radio

HOUSTON – KTSU-FM 90.9, the community radio station on the campus of Texas Southern University, has been ranked #29 nationwide in public radio, according to a report by Nielsen Audio via the Radio Research Consortium. KTSU has been a cultural and community anchor in the

MVSU professor appointed to FLHCF board

ITTA BENA, Miss. — A Mississippi Valley State University professor was recently appointed to the board of a local organization devoted to eradicating cancer, particularly in the Mississippi Delta. MVSU Assistant Professor of Environmental Health Dr. Mark Dugo has joined the board of directors for

HU and LU Join to Propose Two U.S. Senate Debates in the Fall

HAMPTON, Va. – Hampton University and Liberty University are pleased to announce that they have issued a joint invitation to the major-party candidates seeking election to the U.S. Senate to participate in two debates in the fall.  The first proposed debate would be held in


Charlotte North Carolina – The James B. Duke Memorial Library at Johnson C. Smith University has been awarded a $100,000 grant to be used for a project called “Making Space for Tech @ an HBCU,” which is the development of an academic Makerspace that will