HBCUA Staff The Tuskegee University Board of Trustees announced that interim President Dr. Charlotte Morris will be elected as the university’s ninth president, effective August 1st, 2021. This decision makes Dr. Morris the second female president at Tuskegee, following her predecessor Dr. Lily McNair. Dr.
Chris Paul has been an advocate for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). He has contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to progressive initiatives for HBCUs and has publicly shown his support for the institutions. He is even currently enrolled at an HBCU, as he
Voorhees faculty member explores experiential learning opportunities for students during USATF Masters Track & Field Championships
Denmark, S.C. – Calvin T. Williams, Jr., assistant professor and program coordinator of sports management, had experiential learning opportunities in mind on a recent trip to USA Track and Field (USATF) Masters Track & Field Championships at Iowa State University. While in Iowa, Williams coordinated
Central State University installs new Dean of the College of Engineering, Science, Technology and Agriculture (CESTA) and Director of 1890 Land Grant Programs
Persistence bears the fruit of Academic Excellence says Michelle M. Corley Ph.D. WILBERFORCE, OH – Central State University (CSU) is pleased to announce the appointment of Michelle Corley, Ph.D. as the new Dean of the College of Engineering, Science, Technology, and Agriculture (CESTA) and Director
Jefferson City, MO- Lincoln University will forgive $1.5 million in student balances. The University will use institutional funding from the CARES Act to eliminate the debts approximately 930 students owe to the University from Spring 2020 through Summer 2021. Administrators say the move provides one
(JACKSON, Miss.) — Daiki Suematsu is doing it for the culture. The Japanese outreach coordinator for Jackson State University recently hosted the inaugural Japan Fest at the Mississippi Museum of Art.The event featured saki tasting, anime, traditional yukata (cotton summer kimono), taiko (Japanese percussion drums)
WASHINGTON – The National Park Service (NPS) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will seek the public’s feedback on proposed air tour management plans for 24 national parks. Today, the agencies published the plan details and meeting dates for Everglades, Death Valley, Olympic, and Mount Rainier national parks.
Hampton University Alumnus Erik Terrell’s First Comedy Special ‘Erik Terrell: LIVE at Helium Club Releases August 3rd on Amazon and Apple TV
HAMPTON, VA. (July 29, 2021) — Hampton University alumnus Erik Terrell’s first comedy special, “Erik Terrell: LIVE at Helium Comedy Club,” will release on August 3rd on Amazon, AppleTV, Microsoft, Comcast, and all major cable platforms, including DirecTV and Dish. Terrell is a big kid with a big
WASHINGTON – The National Park Service’s African American Civil Rights Grant Program has awarded $15,035,000 million to 53 projects in 20 states to help preserve sites and history related to the African American struggle for equality. “This competitive grant program is just one of the many
Jackson State University President Hudson Congratulates JSU Alum Morris As Newly Appointed President Of Tuskegee University
(JACKSON, Miss.) — Jackson State University President Thomas K. Hudson extends congratulations to alumna Dr. Charlotte P. Morris on the announcement of her appointment as the ninth president of Tuskegee University, as announced by the Tuskegee University Board of Trustees on Monday.“As a fellow alumnus