NCA&T Professors Selected for Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowships

North Carolina A&T State University Professors Joshua Idassi and Paul Ankomah were recently announced as members of the second annual class of Carnegie African Diaspora Scholars.
[Read more…]

WATCH – SC State Grads Set Out a Hop at Commencement

Graduates at South Carolina State University’s winter commencement exercises celebrated the end of their journey with a unique break in pomp and circumstance.
[Read more…]

Morehouse School of Medicine Leads Effort for LGBT Health Care Standards

MSM profile

The Morehouse School of Medicine today announced a partnership with the Association of American Medical Colleges to expand health care access and treatment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients.
[Read more…]

Alabama State Donates 3,000 Pounds of Food Through Holiday Giving Campaign

ASU

Faculty and staff at Alabama State University today donated more than 3,000 pounds of food to support 80 families in Montgomery, as a part of its sixth annual ASU Yuletide Giving Campaign.
[Read more…]

WATCH – Sorority Sisters Debut Episode

The controversial VH1 series, ‘Sorority Sisters’ debuted last night to a blend of disgust and anticipation on social media. With a diverse cast along organizational, occupational and cultural lines, sparks flew almost immediately on the inaugural episode.

[Read more…]

Fayetteville State Names Kenneth Craig Vice-Chancellor for Business and Finance

By: FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS

Kenneth D. Craig, interim Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance at Fayetteville State University (FSU) since July, has been named to the post permanently. The announcement was made today by Chancellor James A. Anderson.
[Read more…]

Ferguson, HBCUs and the Post-Racialism That Never Was

Imani JacksonElecting and re-electing President Barack Obama did not wipe out anti-blackness.

The president’s presence has not reversed white supremacist policing or perception. For all the black excellence and diversity of some Obama appointees, regular black folks’ blood stays on the leaves. And our legal processes and state actors often keep it that way.
[Read more…]

Mario Azevedo Named Jackson State Liberal Arts Dean

By: JACKSON STATE NEWSROOM

Dr. Mario Azevedo has been selected to serve as dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Jackson State University effective Jan. 1.
[Read more…]

Kermit Blount Out as Delaware State Football Coach

By: Kevin Tresolini – THE NEWS JOURNAL

Once again, Delaware State University must start over in its ongoing quest to field a successful football program.

That message was clear in Monday’s announcement that Kermit Blount’s contract as Delaware State football coach is not being renewed, ending his four-year tenure.
[Read more…]

Sources: Scott to be Named Norfolk State Coach

By: Steven Gaither – HBCU GAMEDAY

After rebuilding his career at the Division II level, Latrell Scott looks to be headed back to the FCS. Multiple sources tell HBCU Gameday that Scott will leave Virginia State to take over at Norfolk State.
[Read more…]