TSU Receives Department of Homeland Security Scientific Leadership Award

TSU Receives Department of Homeland Security Scientific Leadership Award Tennessee State University College of Engineering, Technology and Computer Science is preparing graduate students to protect the nation against...

Mis”Steps” : The Decline of Black Greeks (And How to End It)

It’s partially my fault. As an Alpha , I did MY part to make sure that one who saw ME, saw a positive reflection of the organization. The...

Saint Paul’s College Board of Trustees elects new Executive Officers

Saint Paul’s College Board of Trustees has elected new Executive Committee Officers who will serve effective July 1, 2011. Dr. Oliver W. Spencer, Jr., Superintendent of the...

FAMU Alumnus Makes History at Vanderbilt

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida A&M University (FAMU) alumnus Larry O. Rivers became the first African American to successfully defend a doctoral dissertation in Vanderbilt University’s Department of...

Alumni of Hampton University Class of 2010 gives Back to Africa

When asked his mission, he explained: I am trying to get the word out about my social work overseas as an attempt to spark HBCU alumni to give...

#HUSitIn: How the Home of a Financial Aid Scandal Became a Safe Haven for...

Fifty years ago, solidarity between Howard University students brought national attention to the class of 1968 due to university’s failure to include student input and in 2018,...

FAMU professor awarded U.S. patent to indentify bacteria stains

Marlon S. Thomas, bioengineer and professor in Florida A&M University’s (FAMU) College of Agriculture and Food Sciences, has been awarded United States Patent No. 8,252,522 for...

Tuskegee’s Davida Smith Makes 2015 Distinguished HBCU Alumni List

Davida Smith is chair of Tuskegee University's Chemical Engineering Advisory Board. She is also commercial contracts manager in contracts and procurement at Motiva Enterprises. She has held various...

Clark Atlanta University to mark National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Clark Atlanta University will mark National Domestic Violence Awareness Month with "The Call to True Beauty 2011," the university's annual advocacy, education and prevention campaign against dating...

Central State Grad Jeremiah Kimble Thinks We All Can Give Back More

You have done a lot of work in the community, and on campus as a Kappa and a member of other organizations during undergrad. Why do you think...

NCCU Launches Political Engagement Group for HBCU Students Statewide

Looking to build on its success from the 2008 presidential election, the Institute for Civic Engagement and Social Change at North Carolina Central University is creating a...

Morehouse Prez John S. Wilson Jr. On If He Has A Responsibility To Speak...

President of HBCU Morehouse College John S. Wilson Jr. spoke with The Chronicle about his essay to students. Some highlights of the interview are below. If he thinks...

SSU to kick off ‘Tell Them We Are Rising’ project Aug. 25 with lecture

Savannah State University will kick off its "Tell Them We Are Rising!: Exploring Slavery, Emancipation and the African-American Experience in Savannah and Southeast Georgia" project at 6...

Black Males Elected President At Every Level Of Student Government At CAU

ATLANTA - For decades black men have been subjected to unfair and untrue stereotypes.  Now, an historic election during the 2016-2017 academic year, which propelled six black male...

Exclusive: HBCU Buzz interviews Dr. Ainsley Carry, candidate for TSU president

Four finalists for Tennessee State University president were screened and selected by the Tennessee Board of Regents committee from eighty-six applicants around the country, according to a...

Paine College announces new academic structure and new deans

Dr. George C. Bradley, President announced the appointment of Dr. Steven Thomas as the dean of its newly created School of Professional Studies and Dr. Emily Williams...

LeMoyne-Owen selects Dr. Carol Johnson-Dean As Interim President

MEMPHIS, Tenn., July 30, 2019 – The Board of Trustees of LeMoyne-Owen College, a four-year historically black college in Memphis, today announced it has selected...

White House Initiative On HBCUs Now Accepting Applicants For All-Star Program

U.S. Department of Education Update: Deadline extended for HBCU All Star Student Program: June 24, 2015. -- Are you a student who wants to impact your HBCU Campus and community? The...

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