First Ever HBCU Hackathon Tour

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Participating in a hackathon is a magical thing. It doesn’t matter if you’re a programmer, designer, marketer, or the person with all the ideas, everybody involved is...

Support Black Business: $1 Million Campaign for Black Owned Businesses

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A coalition of activists is aspiring to reclaim and rejuvenate black economic power. The “Million Dollar Black Spending Power” campaign wants all African-American consumers to spend $20...

SC State Budget Cuts

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About 500 fewer students are attending South Carolina State University in Orangeburg this year, leaving the university facing a $5.5 million deficit. Vice President of Finance Eric Eaton...

New iPhone app helps find local black businesses

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Around the Way is an app for your iPhone or Android device that helps its users locate black owned businesses. The app is important because it uses technology...

Saint Augustine’s College Educational Talent Search receives nearly $405,000

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The Saint Augustine’s College Educational Talent Search Project has been selected to receive funding from the federal Department of Education. The college’s Educational Talent Search Project will...

South Carolina State University 1890 Research Faulty awards $1.5M

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SC State University’s 1890 Research & Extension Program awarded $1.5 million in grants to fund research projects with scopes ranging from combating child obesity through avid use...

Benedict College Receives $3.4 Million In Federal Grants

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Columbia, SC (WLTX) Benedict College has received two federal grants totaling $3.4 million over five-years from the US Department of Education. The five-year grant comes under the Department...

PVAMU Business Students Compete in NABA Competition

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Four students from Prairie View A&M University are enjoying their summer sharpening their skills, engaging in entertaining social activities, and networking with several recruiting partners from Fortune...

DSU partnership kicks off statewide tour to support small business

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Private businesses, Delaware State University and The City of Milford has formed a ground-breaking alliance and formed First State Moves the Nation, a small business accelerator that...

Top 30 Under 30 Brittney S. Carter Wins Award For ‘Charity Efforts’ In The...

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“Showcase your talents for the world to see and help others on the same journey that you struggled to overcome.” When you begin to change your perspective, the...

CSU President Jackson-Hammond Garners $2M in Federal Funding for STEAM Initiatives

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Central State University Newsroom Central State University President Dr. Cynthia Jackson-Hammond has secured $2M in funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service to support the...

Shaw University Receives $25,000 Grant From Wells Fargo

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RALEIGH, N.C. (April 18, 2016) – Wells Fargo Bank joins Shaw University’s growing list of corporate partnerships that are in alignment with the university’s bold, transformational journey....

Howard University School of Business: The 21st Century Advantage Program.

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Howard University prepares their freshmen classes like no other school in the nation. The School of Business has established a program that shapes their freshmen into well-rounded...

Dominion grant supports with $50,000 to Virginia State School of Business digital textbook initiative

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Dominion Resources has awarded Virginia State University $50,000 to expand a digital textbook pilot project aimed at reducing costs and increasing student retention. The grant is part...

$1.4 million in grant money under federal investigation at Alabama A&M

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A dispute over the administration of a multi-million dollar grant by Alabama A&M University is under investigation by a federal agency. The dispute centers around $1.4 million that...

Fayetteville State University Ranks 143 among Top U.S. Business Schools in SSRN Research Ranking

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The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) ranks the School of Business and Economics at Fayetteville State University at 143 among its ranking of top U.S. Business...

For-Profit Colleges: Good for Black Students?

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While black students are between 10 and 13 percent of the students at two- and four-year public colleges, they're 22 percent of for-profit colleges. What's going on? Here's...

A Must-Have App For All Hamptonians

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Launched back in 2014, the myHamptonU App is 'a must-have' for incoming freshmen students and transfers arriving at historically black Hampton University later this fall, and also for...

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