Morehouse College Emerges As Leader In Software Engineering

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Morehouse College has launched a new undergraduate software engineering degree program, leading the nation as one of the first HBCUs to offer the major. Sixteen students...
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WordCamp In Africa – Learning Growing Collaboration

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The increase of African students with tech skills that are more advanced than HBCU instructors will be a serious issue in a few years. African students are participating in WordCamp and KidsCamp conferences increasingly.

How the Working American is Utilizing Streaming Technology in and out of the Office

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A couple of years ago, live streaming was almost unheard of. Now, it is everywhere. When Facebook released its live streaming platform to the general...

App To Help School Teachers Created By HBCU Students Wins TMCF’s The Pitch 2019...

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The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), with presenting sponsor, Apple, hosted The Pitch 2019 innovation and entrepreneurial competition for 100...

Two HBCU Graduates Create An Instagram-Caption Generating App

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And once again, Black Excellence is reigning supreme! If you’re part of the “CaPtiOns arE strEsSful” club, these two HBCU graduates turned...

Calling HBCU Grads And Alumni In Jacksonville, Florida

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Many graduates of HBCU institutions are either planning to publish a book or have and working on multiple titles.

Valuing STEAM Integration In KidsCamp Nationally And Globally

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William Jackson and Aida Correa at WordCamp Greenville, South Carolina

HBCU’s WordCamp Conferences R4U

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HBCU’s WordCamp Conferences R4U and HBCU students should be attending with the support and encouragement of HBCU instructors, staff, faculty and administration.

Morgan State University Announces Multi-Year Financial Technology Program With Silicon Valley-Based Firm

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Ripple Partners with MSU to Fund Education and Research in Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Cybersecurity and Related FinTech Disciplines   Bolstering its position as...

This 20 Year Old FAMU Student Is Nick Named The ‘Next Black Female Mark...

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Tishauna Wilson was one of the youngest and brightest stars in a room filled with notable community leaders, celebrities, and black excellence. At just 20-years-old, Wilson was...

Here’s How HBCU Students Can Find Their Dynamic Calling In Life As Content Creators

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Historically Black Colleges and University students are growing as content creators and the need for training is increasing. WordCamp conferences meet the needs of bloggers, micro-bloggers, and...

Report: Google Now Expanding Its #HowardWest Program To All HBCUs

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The Howard West program which is an intense summer residency program that trains and mentors Howard University STEM students at the Googleplex campus in Silicon Valley is...

This Morehouse Grad Creates Bitcoin Alternative

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There are a lot of alternative cryptocurrency coins currently on the market. One, in particular, is called Storj, created by Morehouse grad Shawn Wilkinson. In short, the Storj...

CAU Grad Valeisha Butterfield Jones Makes Major Moves With New Appointment At Google

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Google executive Valeisha Butterfield Jones will continue to advocate for diversity and inclusion in tech but on a new level and with a new title. The award-winning...

This Morehouse Grad Is Creating The Google Chrome For Virtual Reality

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AR/VR is relatively still new to the market but it seems that we are starting to see some early adoption and use cases. Black Enterprise caught up with Russell...

How Technology Has Helped Shape The Job Market

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The job market is forever changing. Controlled by a variety of factors the shape of the job market is susceptible to dramatic changes whether positive or negative....

21 Reasons Why The African Digital Innovation Can Definitely Build Dopeness

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The recent WordCamp Nairobi and other tech venues that are hosting technology conferences, workshops, meetups and supporting entrepreneurs are growing in Africa. Tech is becoming common place....

The 2017 UNCF HBCU Innovation Summit is Here

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When is it? October 25 – 29, 2017 HBCU students (summit fellows) and faculty take on Silicon Valley. What is it? Every year, the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) HBCU...

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