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The Department of The Navy Launches New Initiatives Benefiting HBCUs

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The Department of The Navy has developed new ways for ambitious students of HBCUs and other minority-focused institutions (MIs) to grow into their career!...

Howard University’s Decision To Cut Classics Department Prompts An Outcry

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Will Howard University move forward with its decision to cut its classics department, which is the only one of its kind at an HBCU?...

Bowie State Graduate Students Can Now Take Courses At Chicago School of Professional Psychology

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HBCUs like Bowie State University are finding new ways for their students to expand their education outside the walls of their institution. A new...

Morehouse School of Medicine Offering 12-18 Month Masters Programs 100% Online

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Morehouse School of Medicine is offering three incredible Masters programs 100% online. A Master’s degree can increase your income and change your life. The...

Opinion: A Howard Biological Anthropologist Shares Why Overcoming Artistic Bias In Science Is So...

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Science is constantly evolving, and we are happy to share that it is evolving in the right direction. There are many examples with how...

The Tennessee State University Forensics Team Named National Champions For The Second Year

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The Tennessee State University forensics team is now a back-to-back champion. They are not only forensics national champions, but reigning as the top HBCU...

Recent Study Explores Whether Hate Crimes Have Led To Higher HBCU Enrollment

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The recent increase in enrollment at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) can be attributed to many recent factors. Kamala Harris, who attended Howard...

Center For The Study of HBCUs Report Outlines Plan For Biden-Harris Administration

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The Biden-Harris administration is making HBCUs a priority with plans for new funding, debt relief, and more. With all the layers of planning necessary...

PVAMU Becomes First HBCU To Sign Green Chemistry Commitment

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Prairie View A&M University has taken a big step to show its commitment for reducing toxic environmental waste. This also coincides with attitudes towards...

Coppin State University Receives Grant To Study Gun Violence Involving Black Males

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Gun violence is an epidemic that plagues that Black community, and it has continued to persist for many reasons. Some may say it can...

Coppin State University Will Offer 2 New Science Masters Programs In Fall 2021

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Students at Coppin State University will now have the chance to further enrich their studies through 2 new master's programs being offered in the...

Shaw University’s Center for Racial and Social Justice Partners With The City of Raleigh

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Shaw University's drive to create a more just and equitable society has caught the attention of Raleigh locals. Now, Shaw's Center for Racial and...

Fort Valley Opens Military Intelligence Science Lab With Robins Air Force Base

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Fort Valley State University recently entered a historic partnership with the Robins Air Force Base to open a special military intelligence lab. FVSU has...

HBCU Students Exhibit Inventions At STEM Showcase

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American Association for the Advancement of Science's Andrea Korte highlights students showing their inventions at an HBCU showcase: A social media platform for online...

Tuskegee University To Help Develop NASA’s Artemis Lunar Lander

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Tuskegee University’s engineering researchers will oversee the testing and evaluation of additively manufactured parts for NASA's artemis lunar lander. NASA’s ambitious Artemis program will see...

Howard University Announces Largest Gift Ever Of $10M For STEM Program

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WASHINGTON D.C.  – Howard University proudly announces a generous $10 million gift from the Karsh Family Foundation to endow its prestigious and highly competitive STEM program, which will...

UAPB Physics Student Selected To Present Research At STEM Conference

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UAPB News shares, Kayleigh Johnson, a junior Physics major at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB), will present her research on Bacterial...

FAMU Researchers Use 3D Printer To Create Human Corneas For First Time In U.S.

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami) — For the first time in the United States, a 3D cornea was printed using human cells. A small team of three scientists...