Tuskegee’s Clayton Yates discusses his historic $8.5 million grant to help black communities throughout Alabama reverse disparate impact of intractable diseases.
Tuskegee University professor and researcher Clayton Yates has received an $8.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study disease disparities in African American communities, and developing programming to help stem their impact.
Tuskegee University alumna Dr. Carmel Martin-Fairey talks about her journey in STEM, how HBCUs cultivate science and tech expertise, and how personal grit determines success in competitive fields.
Marking their transition to the clinical phase of the veterinary medical curriculum, Tuskegee University’s College of Veterinary Medicine presented the 54 students comprising its Class of 2019 with their “white coats” on Monday, Nov.
As controversy continues to build around the omission of Tuskegee University from the upcoming NCAA Division II playoffs, a deeper dive into who makes decisions for rankings, funding and support of Division II athletics reveals a significant lack of representation from historically black member institutions in key decision making groups.
Tuskegee University won the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football championship last Saturday and finished its regular season with a 9-2 overall record. But the Golden Tigers were seemingly snubbed by NCAA’s Division II football playoff committee as an ‘Earned Access’ team by way of its seeding in the final regional standings.
Virginia State University and Tuskegee University finished their 2017 regular seasons with expected results; conference championship trophies. But only one of these programs got the nod for an appearance in the NCAA Division II post-season playoffs.
Bluefield State College, Tuskegee University and Alcorn State University makes the nation’s 250 best institutions for college affordability.
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.
Computer science professors and researchers at Tuskegee University will extend their teaching mission to secondary schools throughout Alabama’s Black Belt, thanks to a $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation aimed at encouraging STEM participation among the state’s 8th graders.
Ridesharing company Lyft has announced plans to partner with online credentialing and nanodegree company Udacity to begin offering scholarships to learners who want to develop self-driving cars.
Lyft wants to create a world filled with self-driving cars, so the ride-hailing company will help the next generation of developers get the education they need to build it.
Dr. Yates discusses his commitment to training black scientists, and the continuing necessity of HBCUs in developing talent for advanced STEM academic work and professional achievement.
Willie Slater, an iconic figure in HBCU football with more than 100 wins and multiple SIAC and national coaching accolades earned with Tuskegee University’s Golden Tiger program, has been named as school’s new athletic director.