Lance Woods works as a Dream Director with The Future Project―an organization that is building a movement to turn schools across the country into places that unlock the passion and purpose of everyone inside them.
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Faculty researchers at Tennessee State University have earned more than $2 million in grant funding from the US Department of Agriculture, the university announced this week.
A scholarship initiative created by the The Tennessean Newspaper and Tennessee State University has raised more than $30,000 in less than a month, aimed at supporting aspiring journalists at the flagship HBCU in memory of a TSU professor and Tennessean business reporter who died on Dec.
No time for a traditional class schedule? Real estate, mobile app development, and entertainment legalese are just a few areas working professionals can now explore by taking self-paced noncredit courses at Tennessee State University.
Video of a sideline altercation between a player and a coach has led to a dismissal and a rebuke from Tennessee State athletic officials.
While the total number of reported sexual assaults at several public college campuses in Tennessee increased in 2016, Tennessee State University was among the lowest of all institutions, with federal data reflecting just one reported incident last year.
New buildings to call home! That’s what future Tennessee State University students will have when two new residence halls are completed.
The $75,300,000 project is one step closer to reality following approval for construction from the State Building Commission.
Tennessee State University made an early claim for the mythical Black College Football championship with a season-opening upset win over Football Bowl Subdivison opponent Georgia State University. It is the Tigers first win over an FBS opponent since joining the FCS, and since its 1984 defeat of the University of Louisville.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed into law this week a bill designed to help the state’s public and private HBCUs to communicate strengths and needs to lawmakers.
The bill creates a consortium of the schools to advocate through a statewide initiative designed to increase private and public investment in black colleges, with function similar to the federal White House Initiative on HBCUs.
Birmingham native Erwin Prentiss Hill is all about historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) — and not just because he is the product of two.
The A.H. Parker High School alumnus is CEO of the Chicago-based Black College Sports Group 360 (BCSG), a nonprofit that uses black college sporting events to promote educational opportunities to urban youth.
Darlene Mullins always told her children to finish what they started. On May 6, the 72-year-old grandmother of four will did just that when she received her degree from Tennessee State University after 55 years.
A brother and sister who continued their parents’ legacy of learning at Tennessee State University have donated $250,000 to create similar opportunities for future TSU students, bringing their total lifetime support of the school to $500,000.
Applications to historically black colleges and universities nationwide are breaking record highs, in part, because of growing discontent of black students on predominantly white campuses.
At Middle Tennessee State University, one black graduate student is calling for action – the mass transfer of black students to area black colleges like Fisk University and Tennessee State University.