Dr. Womack joins us to discuss new STEM development programs from the United Negro College Fund, and his STEM career journey.
Members of the Vikings’ football team helped to bag supplies for the outreach initiative.
Cheyney University will live for at least another year, after the Middle States Commission on Higher Education yesterday announced its extension of ‘show cause’ status for the embattled institution.
Show cause status is extended for the embattled, historic HBCU through 2018.
The Baltimore Sun Editorial Board today suggests that a recent decision from Federal Judge Catherine C. Blake in a landmark lawsuit filed by HBCU advocates against the State of Maryland is a way forward in preserving interest for Maryland’s students.
An off-campus shooting leaves a Claflin University dead and another charged with his murder.
Hampton University today announced its plans to leave the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference for the more regionally-friendly Big South Conference, a move expected to shift a large portion of the Division I HBCU sports landscape.
There is no coincidence that the Philadelphia Inquirer today published an exhaustive requiem on Cheyney University, one of the nation’s oldest historically black colleges and the campus most likely to close in the next 12 months.
As controversy continues to build around the omission of Tuskegee University from the upcoming NCAA Division II playoffs, a deeper dive into who makes decisions for rankings, funding and support of Division II athletics reveals a significant lack of representation from historically black member institutions in key decision making groups.
Video of a sideline altercation between a player and a coach has led to a dismissal and a rebuke from Tennessee State athletic officials.