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HBCUs, Urban League address learning loss

By: OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA Recently, Governor Glenn Youngkin announced an additional initiative to address catastrophiclearning loss through a tutoring partnership between the Urban Leagues of Hampton Roads and GreaterRichmond and four Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Norfolk State University, Hampton University, Virginia

Hampton University School of Pharmacy Professor Receives $4.8 Million Dollar Grant from NIH to Study Alzheimer’s Disease in Middle Aged African Americans

By: Hampton University Associate Professor Dr. Travonia Brown-Hughes, School of Pharmacy, received a $4.8 million grant from The National Institute of Health (NIH). The grant, entitled “The Black American United Memory & Aging Project (BA-UMAP): An examination of cognitive decline in midlife and older Black

Governor Glenn Youngkin Announces HBCU and Urban League Tutoring Partnership to Address Catastrophic Learning Loss

By: Governor Youngkin Press National test scores show that Virginia students have experienced extensive learning loss in recent years, new program will help at-risk students recover RICHMOND, VA — Today, Governor Glenn Youngkin announced an additional initiative to address catastrophic learning loss through a tutoring partnership

Hampton University Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications Welcomes 8-time EMMY Winner Maynard Eaton as Endowed Professor

By: Matthew A. White | Director of University Relations HAMPTON, VA (Sept. 6, 2022) – Hampton University, one of the nation’s leading Historically Black Colleges & Universities, today announced the addition of award-winning newsman Maynard Eaton to the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications. A

Hampton University Appoints Carol Crabbe as New Assistant Dean of the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications

By: Hamption University Hampton University, one of the nation’s leading Historically Black Colleges & Universities, is pleased to announce the appointment of Carol Crabbe as assistant dean of the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications.  Crabbe brings to the university more than a decade

Hampton Football Receives Highest NCAA APR Rating Among HBCU and Big South Football Programs, Other Programs Also Score High

By: Hampton University The NCAA released the Academic Progress Rate report for the 2020-21 academic year. The Hampton University Football program received the highest score among all HBCU football programs and Big South Football Programs.  Hampton Football’s score of 966 is the highest score the football

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