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FLORIDA MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY (FMU) IS AMONG

THE TOP-TEN HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITIES (HBCU) DESIGNATED BY PSYCHOLOGY DEGREE GUIDE February 26, 2021, Miami Gardens, FL– PsychologyDegreeGuide.org, a leading higher education research and resource provider in the psychology space, has announced its 2021 rankings for the top undergraduate psychology programs offered by

Voorhees receives helpful tools to reach career goals

Denmark, S.C.- Voorhees College recently heard inspirational advice toward achieving goals with personal testimonies of the journeys taken by Mayor Melvin Carter and Entrepreneur and business psychologist Dr. Dionne Mahaffey in honor of week three of the Black History Month Blue Table Talk. Carter, who

Voorhees receives helpful tools to reach career goals

Denmark, S.C.- Voorhees College recently heard inspirational advice toward achieving goals with personal testimonies of the journeys taken by Mayor Melvin Carter and Entrepreneur and business psychologist Dr. Dionne Mahaffey in honor of week three of the Black History Month Blue Table Talk. Carter, who

Darrell Allison Named 12th Chancellor of Fayetteville State University

By Fayetteville State University FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Darrell Allison, a longtime education advocate and champion of North Carolina’s historically minority-serving institutions, was named the 12th Chancellor of Fayetteville State University on today. He was elected by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors, following his nomination