Hampton University Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor Neelam Azad recently received a $1.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to research effects and treatment for pulmonary fibrosis, a typically fatal form of lung cancer.[Read more…] about Hampton Professor Receives $1.2M Lung Disease Research Grant
Hampton alum and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Geriatric Physician Thomas Cudjoe shares his journey to a career in advocacy for the elderly.
We launch our inaugural HBCU young alumni conversation series with views on dancing at commencement, HBCU images and messages in mainstream media, and how alumni should respond when things go wrong on campus.
BET’s ‘The Quad,’ a fictional look at life at a historically black university, has been canceled after two seasons.
Taylor V. Smith is a current first-year graduate student at The George Washington University (GWU) studying Higher Education Administration. Her research interests include analyzing structures and systems that support as well as enhance retention and graduation rates at HBCUs, TRIO programs, and the role of college access programs assisting first-generation college students to and through college.
The first thing to recognize about the alleged crisis at Hampton University is that the complaints, the viral videos, the rumors and the bad press are outliers for the campus. While it is not immune to trouble or correction for issues impacting one or some students, Hampton is not a place with chronic issues that rise to the level of national coverage in outlets like The Root or Essence Magazine.
The Virginian-Pilot reports that the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference basketball tournaments will likely remain in Norfolk, Va. for the next three years.
Hampton University President William R. Harvey’s recently released book “Principles of Leadership” has one more reason to sell well among domestic and international observers of higher education leadership: the university announced last week that proceeds from the book will benefit scholarships for Hampton students.
Kay Coles James, a Hampton University alumna and decorated Republican activist and policy influencer was this week announced as the unanimous choice to lead the Heritage Foundation, the nation’s largest conservative think tank.
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Thomas Jones is very good at keeping a secret. And for a week or two, he had a good one to keep.