North Carolina A&T State University head football coach Rod Broadway announced his retirement today, capping a career which has claimed championships in three historically black athletic conferences and which forced HBCU football into discussions of mid-major relevance.
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The acclaimed prosecutor was a member of NCCU’s inaugural ’40 Under 40′ alumni honor roll.
Officials at North Carolina A&T State University today announced plans to consolidate its departments of political science and history, while making its criminal justice program a standalone department.
Meharry Medical College, North Carolina Central University and Tuskegee University were this week announced as members of a consortium of seven colleges and universities awarded a five-year, $122 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to establish campus-based research centers for minority health issues.
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.
As Hurricane Harvey looms near the Texas coastal line and has been upgraded to Category 2 in strength, several historically black colleges have experts on large-scale weather events and post-storm recovery who should be getting national attention.
A North Carolina Central University student was arrested Tuesday in connection with a Monday night protest in which a Confederate statue in front of Durham County’s former courthouse was pulled down.
The United States Air Force's Judge Advocate General Program (JAG) annually admits and trains some of the nation's top legal talent for military service. Thousands of applicants nationwide seek the opportunity, but ultimately yields about 100 admits for basic training and commissioning in active duty or air reserve.
North Carolina Central University graduates leaving the university after the year 2000 comprised its largest group of donors during its last fiscal year, as the school this week reported receiving more than $7.2 million raised in private support of scholarships, operations, and research initiatives.
In an exclusive interview with ABC 11 in Durham, NC., new North Carolina Central University Chancellor Johnson Akinyele says that the university will invest $1 million in campus security infrastructure – a sign that public safety will be the school’s top priority.