Kentucky State University Vice-Provost of Graduate Studies and Academic Specialization Kristen Broady discusses her latest research on minority job prospects in the age of automation, and the value of HBCUs in industrial training.
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Kentucky State University Vice Provost for Graduate Studies Kristen Broady says that minorities are at increased risk of losing jobs to automation in the next 20 years.
Officials at Kentucky State University this week announced a unique designation for the university and HBCU culture at large; the Bluegrass state’s flagship public HBCU is among the most diverse in the nation in student and faculty composition, with representation from African Americans and Caucasians split evenly among both groups.
Remarks delivered to open the inaugural symposium of Kentucky State University Atwood Institute on Race, Education, and the Democratic Ideal.
Welcome to the Inaugural Symposium of the Atwood Institute for Race, Education, and the Democratic Ideal.
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FRANKFORT – Kentucky State University has experienced record enrollment growth in its freshmen class.
In an interview explaining his sudden retirement decision, Norfolk State University President Eddie Moore said that his personal health and the university’s need for more energy were key factors.
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In a recent interview with the Daily Pennsylvanian, University of Pennsylvania Professor Marybeth Gasman commented on her Center for Minority Serving Institution’s Aspiring Leaders program, which she claimed to be the first of its kind nationally in training presidents and chancellors to head institutions serving under-served communities.
While North Carolina A&T State University has broken its own enrollment mark as the nation’s largest historically black college or university, several HBCUs are posting record enrollment for first-year students and total headcount.
We talk with esteemed historian Dr. Crystal deGregory about her new role as director of Kentucky State University’s Atwood Institute for Race, Education, and the Democratic Ideal, and the pressure of public cultural critique.
Kentucky State University President M. Christopher Brown II recently announced accomplished historian Crystal deGregory, Ph.D. as the director of the newly founded Atwood Institute for Race, Education and the Democratic Ideal.
While the meeting of the Kentucky State University held last week has been characterized as a meeting with filled with dramatic outcomes and major shifts, nothing could be further from the truth.
By a dramatic 6-5 vote conducted via secret ballot, Kentucky State University regents ousted long-time board chair Karen Bearden and installed new executive board officers, the latest chapter in a six-month controversial stretch surrounding the flagship HBCU’s organizational chart.
Researchers at Kentucky State University will strengthen its research exploration into stemming youth violence in Kentucky and increasing diversity in the national transportation industry, thanks in part to more than $1.5 million dollars the school has received from federal and state agencies.