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A Look Back At Spelman’s Beginnings

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Before Spelman College in Atlanta became a global leader in educating women of African descent and arguably the nation's most prestigious historically Black college and universitie,...

FAMU To Lead 5-Year, $15M Horticulture Research Program

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Researchers at Florida A&M University are leading a five-year, $15 million initiative for horticulture! Get the full story from Andrew Skerritt at FAMU Forward...

Alabama State University Receives $100K NASA Grant To Grow Mustard Greens In Space

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The special mustard greens being grown at Alabama State University don't need much water, and that discovery is now going to help NASA's astronauts!...

Morgan State University Awarded $7.5-Million Grant To Establish New Center for Advanced Electro-Photonics with...

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Johns Hopkins, JHU Applied Physics Laboratory and Aberdeen Proving Ground Among Partners on First-of-Its-Kind, HBCU-led Center The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded Morgan State...

Cheyney University Announces Plans To Launch Life Sciences and Technology Hub

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Cheyney University is planning to launch an innovative STEM building on campus! Learn more about the new Life Sciences and Technology hub from the...

Coppin State Alumna Charlyne Smith Becomes First Black Woman to Earn PhD At UF

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Charlyne Smith, PhD., a Coppin State University alumna, has gone on to become a PWI's first black woman who earned her PhD in nuclear...

Two Grambling State University Faculty Members Selected to Write Biology Textbook

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Open source textbook will be free to high school students who have dual enrollment college classes. Two leading faculty members at Grambling State University have...

ECSU Sophomore’s Admiration of Asian Languages Took Her Across The World

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Elizabeth City State University student Kenae Turner is currently learning three languages on top of 2 study abroad trips to China, and it's all...

New Accelerated UMES Program Allows Pharmacists To Graduate In 6 Years

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The University of Maryland Eastern Shore has forged a new partnership that will push aspiring pharmacists to finish in 6 years! Get the full...

8 HBCU Students Accepted To Summer Graduate Engineering Program

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STEM careers are fruitful, but it often takes extensive schooling up to the graduate level to be able to practice. Luckily, eight HBCU students...

Morgan State University To Host 85 Nigerian PhD Students This Fall

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Morgan State University has made it a point to recruit qualified talent from around the world. This time, MSU has found high-level talent all...

Tennessee State University Partners With Nashville Zoo, Wildlife Agency To Save Salamanders

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Tennessee State University has formed a beneficial new partnership with multiple Tennessee organizations to save an endangered salamander species! Read the details in the...

University of the District of Columbia Student Wins NIH-Sponsored Minority Student STEM Competition

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University of the District of Columbia (UDC) student Leslie DeJesus is receiving accolades after placing second in a symposium competition with her work about...

5 Arkansas HBCU Grads Chosen For New Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Med/Public Health Program

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A new partnership with Arkansas' only state healthy sciences university is opening the door for 5 Arkansas HBCU students to expand their careers with...

Clark Atlanta University Awarded $1.8 Million Grant For Clinical Mental Health Program

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Two determined Clark Atlanta University professors went out of their way to make sure students could pursue careers in mental health without the costly...

NC A&T Students Work Hard On Inaugural Marketing Case Study Competition

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Hard working marketing students at North Carolina A&T State University worked to develop solutions for marketing in a case study competition that's never been...

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?...