HAMPTON, Va.— Lars Minns, a Hampton University alumni, was recently promoted to Chief Human Resources Officer for Mercedes-Benz, USA with responsibility for USA, Canada, and Mexico. In this new position, Minns will lead the organization in designing, implementing, and executing HR strategies that directly align
HAMPTON, Va. – Incoming freshmen that have been admitted into the Hampton University School of Engineering and Technology, which houses the Departments of Chemical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Architecture, and Aviation, are participating in a five-week Pre-College program, which started on June 15, 2018.
Four students have been added to the growing number of University Innovation Fellows representing Morgan State University. The four newest inductees bring the total number to 32. This latest cohort was pinned at a special ceremony held at during the Graves Honors 12th Annual Awards Dinner at the
Susan G. Komen Charlotte named Tami Simmons, vice president of Institutional Advancement for Johnson C. Smith University, among the inaugural class of “More than Pink Women,” an exclusive group of eight women who are leaders in the fields of medicine, business, media, science and education.
The Rosa Parks Farmers Market kicked off its third market season June 2018, returning with more food options, a bigger location and better hours! Every Tuesday from June through September, community members can visit the market at its new home at 1600 W. Trade St.
From left, DSU students Ashlyn Moore, Kiyah Mewborn, Darrell Miller, Jevana Lambert, Shaé Ross and Manuel Scott perform Eight members of the DSU Gospel Choir have experienced the universality of music during a trip to Jilin, China. The DSU singers performed at Beihua University
NEWPORT NEWS, Va.– The Peninsula Sports Club held its 69th annual Headliner’s Night at the Newport News Marriott on Monday night, and Hampton University was well represented with four award winners. Leading that group was Hampton University President Dr. William R. Harvey who was named the
Sgt. Burrell Morris was a Buffalo Soldier, a nickname for the African-American 10th Cavalry Regiment based out of Leavenworth, Kansas. (Courtesy Jacquelyn Roberts Gardner and Maureen Elgersman Lee) He was a soldier and a restless adventurer, but all that remains of his life is
Dr. Lily D. McNair will become Tuskegee University’s eighth president after being unanimously selected by its Board of Trustees. She will serve as the first female president of the institution in its 136-year history. McNair currently is provost and senior vice president for academic affairs
HOUSTON – The world-renowned Debate Team at Texas Southern University received a proclamation from Mayor Sylvester Turner and City Councilman Dwight Boykins in honor of their win at the inaugural HBCU National Speech and Debate Championship Tournament in January. Mayor Turner declared June 19 as