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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

TSU ENHANCES CAMPUS SAFETY WITH NEW TECHNOLOGY

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

NCCU Part of Joint Project on Cybersecurity

A joint project between North Carolina Central University, Duke University and the technology non-profit MCNC has been awarded a $66,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop and deliver a cybersecurity workshop to regional Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) this summer. The inaugural CyberRISK (Regional

Voorhees Prepares To Launch Its First Fully Online Degree Program

(Denmark, S.C.) – Voorhees College proudly announces beginning July 1,students may enroll in the first fully online degree program in businessadministration for the Fall 2019 semester. The online Bachelor of Science degree program in businessadministration was approved by the Southern Association of Colleges andSchools Commission

Hampton University students developing analysis software for satellites

HAMPTON, Va. — College students from all around Virginia, including in Hampton, are working on a major project that will analyze data of tiny satellites sent into space. Four undergrad students from Hampton University are working with students from three other state universities to deliver

Hampton University Selected by Oculus for Nationwide Virtual Reality Project

HAMPTON, Va. (April 2, 2019) – Oculus has selected Hampton University to participate in a national project to expose students attending HBCUs to emerging technology in the area of virtual reality (VR). Using immersive technology to showcase the rich legacy, academic programs and vibrant culture of HBCUs,