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HBCU Advocates Unite to Ensure Future Success

“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

IBM Establishes First Quantum Education and Research Initiative for HBCUs

ARMONK, N.Y., PRNewswire – Recently, IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced its first IBM Quantum education and research initiative for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), aimed at driving a diverse and inclusive quantum workforce. Led by Howard University and 12 additional HBCUs, the IBM-HBCU Quantum Center will offer access to its

MVSU equips grad with “tools” for a successful career

ITTA BENA, Miss.—When Demontra Ewing enrolled at Mississippi Valley State University in 2014, he felt his career opportunities in Engineering Technology would be limited. Fast forward four years later and the West Point High School graduate is now a college graduate and working for one


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University is continuing to take steps to make sure it remains one of the safest college campuses in the country. As part of President Glenda Glover’s plan to improve campus safety, the university has installed new emergency call phones,

2019 Goldwater Scholarship Recipient

Anisha Mittal, Fisk University class of 2020, has recently received two prestigious awards: a Goldwater Scholarship and a Portz Interdisciplinary Fellowship. Anisha is the first Fisk student to receive either award. Created in 1989 in honor of Senator Barry Goldwater, the Goldwater Scholarship recognizes and