By: Office of Congresswoman Alma Adams Congresswoman Alma S. Adams, Ph.D.’s Charlotte Office and Washington, D.C. Office are seeking motivated, creative, and energetic media interns for the upcoming Spring 2023 semester. Qualified candidates will have strong written and social media skills, graphic design, and video
By: Texas Southern University NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – RSV, or Respiratory Syncytial Virus, is on the rise in Tennessee, with spike in cases and hospitalization, especially among infants and children. Experts caution parents to be more proactive in helping to keep their children stay symptom free.
HBCU Challenge: Sprite Zero Sugar and Target Launch HBCU STEAM Creation Challenge, Inspired by Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
By: HBCU Challenge Sprite® Zero Sugar and Target have teamed up with Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and are celebrating the creativity and ingenuity of HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and University) students through a STEAM creation challenge. No Vibranium Needed Current HBCU students can accept the challenge by showcasing their
By: Dillard University NEW ORLEANS–Dillard University has introduced its brand evolution campaign, “Write Your Legacy.” The initiative was created after the University partnered with Columbus, Ohio based marketing firm Ologie to research and craft the University’s value proposition. The updated brand guidelines, toolkit, merchandise and
By: HBCUA Staff Six HBCU student and alumni startup founders competed live in the HBCU Futures Conference’s 3rd annual Pitch:HBCU Competition recently. These six founders were selected as competition finalists from an impressive pool of applicants from across the country, representing more than 50 HBCUs.
Rep. Adams Statement on the Passing of Rep. Donald McEachin WASHINGTON, D.C. By: REP.Alma Adams – Congresswoman Alma Adams (NC-12) released the following statement on the passing of her colleague, Rep. Donald McEachin (VA-04): “Congressman Donald McEachin was a fighter for the people of Virginia, and he wasn’t
Chesapeake-Virginia Beach Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Provides Financial Education For The Hampton Roads Community
By: Chesapeake-VA Beach Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. The Chesapeake-Virginia Beach Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. hosted the first segment of its Financial Fortitude Program for the 2022-23 Sorority year. The “Think Like a Boss: Building General Wealth while
The 2022 HBCU Futures Conference embraced Black excellence by embodying education and success to students and alumni.
The HBCU Advocate helped nearly 1,000 HBCU students from more than 75 HBCUs register and attend The HBCU Futures Conference this year. The conference included over 50 speakers, and topics ranging from Maintaining mental wellness during college and beyond; This is how we do it:
By: OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA Recently, Governor Glenn Youngkin announced an additional initiative to address catastrophiclearning loss through a tutoring partnership between the Urban Leagues of Hampton Roads and GreaterRichmond and four Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Norfolk State University, Hampton University, Virginia
By: Johnson C. Smith University The month of November is designated as Prematurity Awareness Month, which aims to raise awareness around infant mortality and prematurity. Students, faculty and staff were able to engage with Preconception Peer Educators (PPE), students who are trained in educating the