Albany State University Interim President Marion Fedrick is the leading candidate to be named as permanent president of the school at a University System of Georgia (USG) Board of Regents meeting scheduled for next week, according to a report in the Albany Herald.[Read more…] about Report: Marion Fedrick is Leading Candidate for Albany State Presidency
The University of the Virgin Islands is one of the supporting institutions of a regional initiative to improve hurricane forecasting technology.
Students and faculty working in UVI’s Center for Marine and Environmental Studies will work with the Ocean and Coastal Observing – Virgin Islands (OCOVI) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to use underwater drone technology in studying oceanic and animal behavior in the waters surrounding the Virgin Islands, to better predict storm and hurricane severity.
We talk to Dr. Thomas about defining Morehouse as a premier choice for high achieving black men, his personal presidential goals, and moving in with students.
Graduates of Spelman College and Tougaloo College are among the highest-earning alumni in Georgia and Mississippi, respectively, according to a study from career guidance website Zippia.
Erin Chantry writes for the Charlotte Agenda about the changing face of metropolitan Charlotte, a city once known for diverse communities which is quickly shifting to meet the needs of new industry coming to town, and accompanying urban sprawl.
Albany State University will consolidate its academic programs and divisions into three colleges beginning this fall.
We discuss Morehouse College’s separation from Papa John’s, and the opportunities and challenges of leading HBCU campuses and Black Greek Lettered Organizations.
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Albany State University officials say that trends in applications and returning students will yield a stabilized enrollment mark for the upcoming fall semester.
Morehouse College yesterday announced the suspension of Papa John’s from its campus dining program, following allegations that company founder John Schnatter used a racial epithet during a conference call with public relations consultants.
Last week, the Christian Science Monitor profiled the town of Stonecrest, GA., a recently incorporated city with a predominantly black residential composition and a world of potential for its economic future. The city is an offshoot of ‘Black Flight’ from the rising costs and urban sprawl of cities like Atlanta.