STEAM – Student Lead Instruction in Higher Education

STEAM - Student Lead Instruction in Higher Education by Prof. William Jackson - Educational Technology, Social Media and STEM #EducationalTechnology "there should never be the thought if we should teach STEAM to...

Africans Are Developing The Art Of Writing And Blogging

As an instructor in the College of Education and Urban Studies at Edward Waters College, the instructional goal is to reach students to make learning relevant, engaging,...

Building African Bloggers And Innovators In 2017

“What should we be doing going forward?” Africans can save Africa: Arnold Ekpe at TEDxEuston There are millions of potential brother and sister bloggers in Africa, diverse people...

African Students: Start Building Your Personal Brand Now

The more African students use technology the more they create a digital footprint that will build in global significance. African students are being judged, evaluated, and scrutinized by...

How Two AUC Alums Want To Create Memories That Will Bring Black Families Together

Greentop Gifts founders Jackie and her husband Shaun have created a new wrapping paper that features a melanin-rich Santa Claus. The pair of Atlanta University Center (AUC) alumni — Jackie went to Clark...

HBCU Grad Cornell William Brooks Discusses Civil Rights In Trump’s America

Cornell William Brooks, the president of the NAACP, spoke to Ozy about exactly what happens to Civil Rights in Trump's America, how he sees President Barack Obama's...

Iota Phi Theta Announces New Collaboration With Sigma Gamma Rho To Address Social Injustices...

The NPHC, or National Pan-Hellenic Council, is fondly called the "Divine Nine" by a host of people inside these sororities and fraternities and out. In May 1930, on...

Tips From HBCU Leaders On What You Can Do After Hurricane Matthew Passes

Major Hurricane Matthew addressed during town hall meeting at FAMU You survived the wrath of Hurricane Matthew, which left hundreds and thousands of people without power. No what? The...

Longtime Black Press Advocate, HBCU Grad George Curry Dies At Age 69

The Knoxville College family and the HBCU community are deeply saddened by the unexpected passing of George Curry. He was 69. His sister, Christie Love, confirmed the news...

Tougaloo College Becomes First Ever HBCU To Study Modern Day Slavery

Tougaloo College makes history! Tougaloo College President Beverly Wade Hogan told reporters on Monday that the school has been awarded a $550,000 grant to study trends such as...

Morgan Opens Doors For Faculty And Students

Morgan State University President David Wilson on Thursday greeted University of Havana students and a school official to its campus, opening doors for the black college and...

34 HBCU Leaders Come Together In Support Of #BlackLivesMatter Movement

More than 30 historically black college and university (HBCU) presidents and chancellors has come together to denounce America’s gun violence problem in response to the shooting deaths...

Protest For Progress In Memphis

Greater Imani Church in Memphis, TN reached full capacity on Monday as citizens from all around Shelby County came to meet with city leaders to discuss challenges taking...

Howard University’s WHUT, The Nation’s Only Black-Owned Public Broadcasting TV Station, Up For Auction

The Federal Communications Commission has started an auction that allows Howard University in the nation’s capital to sell off WHUT, the nation’s only black owned broadcasting station. The...

Obama Becomes Sixth Sitting US President To Deliver Keynote Speech At A Howard University...

President Barack Obama has become the sixth sitting U.S. president to deliver the keynote address at a Howard University commencement, speaking to more than 2,300 graduates and...

Stanley Nelson’s Film On Historically Black Colleges And Universities Set To Release In 2017

In early 2016, filmmaker Stanley Nelson announced he will examine the history and legacy of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) for his next two-hour doc, reported...

Two Howard Alum Discuss the First Undocumented and Black Convening

Last year, Donald Trump, the GOP frontrunner in the presidential race, said that he would build a wall on the U.S.'s southern border and have Mexico pay...

Rev. Jackson Speaks in Support of Cash-Strapped Chicago State

Chicago Tribune The Rev. Jesse Jackson told students at the cash-strapped Chicago State University on Friday that he is an ally to all Illinois public universities waiting for money to flow again...
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