HAMPTON, Va. – Hampton University President, Dr. William R. Harvey honors the 54 years of continuous service and dedication from Jewel B. Long, Dean of Residence Life, by renaming John S. Kennedy Hall’s lobby in her honor. Long is set to retire in January. Kennedy
(JACKSON, Miss.) – Actress and JSU alum Tommie “Tonea” Stewart of “In The Heat of The Night” fame will be the fall 2019 Graduate/Undergraduate Commencement speaker at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 6, in the Lee E. Williams Athletics and Assembly Center.Stewart earned her undergraduate degree in speech
Fisk University promotes Jens Frederiksen to Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Enrollment.
Fisk University, the oldest institution of higher learning in Nashville TN, today announced the promotion of Dr. Jens Frederiksen to Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Enrollment. In this role Dr. Frederiksen’s responsibilities include university fundraising, enrollment management, corporate relations and career development. “Jens
FISK UNIVERSITY LAUNCES NEW SOCIAL JUSTICE INSTITUTE From W.E.B. Dubois, to U.S. Representative John Lewis
FISK UNIVERSITY LAUNCES NEW SOCIAL JUSTICE INSTITUTE November, 7 2019 Fisk University has a long history of fighting injustice. From W.E.B. Dubois, to U.S. Representative John Lewis, students from Fisk have come together to address social problems in their communities and across the nation for
Morgan State University Board of Regents Approves New Bachelor of Science Degree in Cloud Computing and New University Policies
Exclusive Degree in STEM Adds to MSU’s 125 Programs, Expanding Interdisciplinary Study; Safeguards Expanded to Protect Academic Research and Intellectual Property BALTIMORE – During the public session of the Morgan State University (MSU) Board of Regents’ fall quarterly meeting, Board members voted unanimously to allow the university
MillerCoors, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Honda executives join TMCF governing body Washington, DC (October 28, 2019) – Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) Board Chairman Charles Merinoff announced today, the appointment of three new corporate executives from MillerCoors, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Honda, to the TMCF Board of
Denmark, S.C.- Voorhees College recently raised$10,700 during its sixth annual United NegroCollege Fund (UNCF) Corporate and CommunityLuncheon to support student scholarships.The luncheon recognized UNCF students scholarship recipients and provided the sponsors in attendance with an opportunity to meet them. Joy Felder, one of the recipients,
Photo courtesy of Sigma Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority BY NICOLE GYE’NYAME Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the U.S. were initially established to provide Blacks access and entry to institutions of higher education. Brown versus Board of Education and the Civil Rights
Denmark, S.C.- Voorhees College recently held its second Meet and Greet Brunch with the Faith-Based Community,where Dr. W. Franklin Evans, ninth president and CEO, had the opportunity to invite several local pastors and church representatives to campus to continue building church relations.The brunch began with
Dr. Colita Nichols Fairfax, professor of social work, will be honored by UNCF (United Negro College Fund) of Hampton Roads.
Dr. Colita Nichols Fairfax, professor of social work, will be honored by UNCF (United Negro College Fund) of Hampton Roads. She will receive the 2020 UNCF Masked Award on March 7 at the Mayors’ Masked Ball. According to UNCF, the Masked Award – Mankind Assisting