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Tuskegee University To Help Develop NASA’s Artemis Lunar Lander

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

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

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,...

UAPB Physics Student Selected To Present Research At STEM Conference

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

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

TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami) — For the first time in the United States, a 3D cornea was printed using...

Howard Launches Innovative Research Partnership with NIH

Howard University and the National Institutes of Health today launched a pilot program called the NIH-Howard University Intramural...

Which HBCU Will Win $1.5M for Rocketry Program?

By Dominique Burns While a number of historically Black colleges and universities are likely to enter a competition for a seven-figure grant to develop a...

Howard University Gets $1,000,000 From the National Science Foundation

WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 27, 2018) – The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Howard University’s College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA) a three-year, $1,000,000 grant to fund an innovative cyber...

U.S. Navy Named “Top Supporter of HBCU Engineering Schools”

OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH: ARLINGTON, Va.--The U.S. Navy's Historically Black Colleges and Universities/Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI) program recently was named a "Top Supporter of HBCU...

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...

NCCU Awards Its First Doctorates In Biosciences To Three Black Women

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) achieved an important milestone by awarding its first Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in more than a half-century during the...

‘TIGERTALK’ Experience 2017 At Edward Waters College

The experience to speak in front of large groups should always be provided to students in higher education. Providing the opportunity to practice skills...

Report: Historically Black Colleges Are ‘Engines’ Of Economic Mobility

A new report revealed that historically black colleges help in terms of vaulting lowest-income kids into the top quintile as adults but these institutions have a...

Wallace Foundation Selects VSU To Help Improve How Aspiring Principles Are Trained

The Wallace Foundation selected Virginia State University, among six other universities, to participate in a national $47 million initiative to develop models over the...

Tuskegee Professor Breaks ground in Science and is Granted $1M Grant

0 When Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green receives invitations to be a guest speaker for professional groups, schools and nonprofit organizations, she almost never turns them down. "Usually...

Central State University Partners With Ohio State University

Historically Black Central State University and nearby Ohio State University recently entered into a new partnership. Central State and Ohio State, located just an hour’s...

HBCU Support Strategies for Student Success

Black Engineer Online Over 80 percent of the students in the College of Engineering at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University are undergraduates. Their...

Hampton Professor and Colleagues Chronicle Earth’s Cooling Efforts in The Face of Global Warming

You and I have options for keeping cool on a hot summer day. For instance, we can find a spot in the shade, take a dip in a...

Research Day Showcases Integrated Learning Experience at Spelman College

ATLANTA (April 8, 2015) – Spelman College’s annual Research Day on April 17 will offer more than 200 Spelman students an opportunity to display...