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.
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.
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.
Fisk University last week debuted its campus-based Center for Financial Advancement, a community resource which will help students and employees of the university and members of the Nashville metropolitan area with financial planning and awareness.
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.
Dr. Cross joins us to discuss her background in STEM and medical science, why she chose an HBCU for her doctoral training, and the infamous incident onboard a Delta Airlines flight that enhanced her platform as an advocate for STEM diversity.
Historically black colleges and universities nationwide are emerging as valuable resources in preparation for today’s solar eclipse. From safe watching advice to weather and atmospheric monitoring, HBCU campuses will welcome new public exposure this afternoon in connection with the rare national eclipse, the likes of which haven’t been visible in the United States for 99 years.
Over the course of the 2016-17 academic year, Fisk University saw a 39 percent increase in alumni giving and nearly 30 percent in total gifts, significant gains which fly in the face of national trends for the HBCU sector.
Jedidah Isler is the first African American woman to earn a doctorate in astrophysics from Yale University. In an exclusive interview with our HBCU Voices of STEM Excellence series, the creator of Vanguard: STEM media company shares her perspective on the value of HBCUs and offers a primer for lay people on astrophysics.
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.
Sharee Brewer, a senior Biology major from Jackson, TN has been selected to attend the Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (SRE) at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK). The SRE program is sponsored by the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS).