NORFOLK, Va. – Norfolk State University has announced that it will conductits non-conference basketball home games in November and December without spectators following Governor Ralph Northam’s Amendment to the Executive Order 67, temporarily limiting the number of attendees that can gather in sports venues to
Denmark, S.C.- The Voorhees College student body voted and selected Savanah Wright as Miss Homecoming and Devaunte McKee as Mr. Homecoming 2020 who will be recognized during the virtual Homecoming Parade of Alumni, Past Activities, and Special Recognitions beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov.
Hampton University William R. Harvey Leadership Institute Holds Virtual Leadership Summit with the Greater Baltimore Urban League
HAMPTON, Va. (November 5, 2020) – The Hampton University William R. HarveyLeadership Institute (WRHLI) held a virtual Leadership Summit with theGreater Baltimore Urban League (GBUL) on Saturday, October 31, 2020. TheSummit was the first collaboration between WRHLI and GBUL. “It’s exciting that the William R.
The Economic Development Administration (EDA), in collaboration with the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (The Initiative) and the National Association of Development Organizations (NADO), invites you to participate in its upcoming webinar presentation: EDA and HBCU: Cultivating Strategic Engagement for Regional Economic Development EDA’s webinar
“What you learn at an HBCU is that you do not have to fit into somebody’s limited perspective on what it means to be young, gifted and black,” Vice Presidential Nominee Kamala Harris, Howard University Class of ’86. For over 150 years historically Black colleges
(JACKSON, Miss.) — Lance Wheeler, education and public relations manager for the Margaret Walker Center, will appear as a panelist for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s discussion, “The Power of Place: Legacy & Impact of Colonization and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade,” on Aug. 25. The four-person
(JACKSON, Miss.) — Aug. 28 marks the 57th Anniversary of the March on Washington, where 250,000 people assembled at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. to spotlight the ongoing inequalities faced by African-Americans. It is also the day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his
HAMPTON, Va. (August 12, 2020) – The Hampton University James T. George School of Business is excited to announce the partnership with Barron’s in Education, which will offer students, faculty, and staff digital subscriptions to Barron’s online content and other experiential learning opportunities. Morgan Stanley
HAMPTON, Va. – (August 7, 2020) – As the Hampton University fall 2020 semester is set to begin – virtually – faculty and staff gathered on Zoom for the three-day Fall Educational Staff Institute. This year’s theme: “The New Transformational, Educational Paradigm.” The opening plenary
HAMPTON, Va. – (August 4, 2020) – The Hampton University Department of Architecture hosted its 2nd Annual Summer Design Camp – Archi Camp – June 22 through 26. This year’s camp was completely virtual due to COVID-19. “We are monitoring the COVID-19 crisis closely, and