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National and Federal Opportunities!

By: U.S. Department of Education U.S. Department Education The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) at the U.S. Department of Education is competing the Early Career Mentoring Grant Program. These grants provide support to early-career faculty employed by minority-serving institutions (MSIs) who are developing education research careers. The

 Aggies Heading to Finals

By: Kurtis Alston Can you say Aggie Pride? On Thursday, Paula Salmon punched her ticket to the 100-meter hurdles national championship. She posted the second-fastest qualifying time (12.68) at the 2022 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the University of Oregon. Salmon ran her

Hampton University Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications Student Named to ESPN’s Andscape Sixth Class of Rhoden Fellows

By: Hampton University Hampton University Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications junior Zoey Hodge has been named a Rhoden Fellow. Hodge will participate with the sixth class of the Rhoden Fellowship, named for award-winning sports columnist William C. “Bill” Rhoden. A partnership with Andscape [andscape.com] (formerly ESPN’s The Undefeated),

Voorhees University hosting Rural Community Development Institute June 9

By: Voorhees University Denmark, S.C. – The Voorhees University Becoming Beloved Community Initiative, in conjunction with the South Carolina Institute of Innovation and Information (SCIII), will host the Rural Community Development Institute kickoff program, which will provide information on innovation and educational opportunities related to careers in

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