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Edward Waters University President A. Zachary Faison on LinkedIn

This is what Forbes was merely able to document since 1987 which of course doesn’t account for the BILLIONS MORE in funding discriminatorily withheld from state HBCU’s by state and federal governmental entities during Jim Crow which extended from the 1880’s through the 1970’s. Let’s not even begin to discuss private HBCU’s who have since…

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Benedict scholar selected to participate in a roundtable discussion with Vice President Kamala Harris on January 17

Columbia, SC– January 13, 2023- Benedict College senior Jahavheed George will join his peers from across the country for a spirited roundtable discussion with Vice President Kamala Harris at the White House on Tuesday, January 17, 2023. Vice President Harris’ conversation with the students will focus on various topics from entrepreneurial ventures to the impact…

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Voorhees University receives funding to develop drone pilots during spring faculty/staff institute 

Denmark, S.C. – Voorhees University has received $25,000 in scholarship funding from AINautics to train and certify 30 students to be drone pilots and create a drone operational team at the university. The check was presented during the annual spring faculty and staff institute Jan. 4. The partnership, announced by Damara Hightower Mitchell, provost and…

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Johnson C. Smith University President Announces June Retirement

Arrman Kyaw, Diverse Education – Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) President Clarence Armbrister will retire in June. Armbrister – the 14th president of the historically Black college and university (HBCU) – broke the news in a message to students Jan. 3. “It is a bittersweet moment for me and my family because we love this…

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MEAC women ADs dominate the conference heading into 2023

A total of five of the eight full members of the MEAC are women, and they are kicking the door down heading into 2023 ByHBCU Gameday Newswire – COURTESY: MEAC  ( Posted on December 29, 2022) – In a day and time of change, with women taking more prominent roles in the world of college…

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Savannah State University Honors Two Graduates with President’s Second Mile Award

by Savannah Tribune – Savannah State University (SSU) has named Kevontae S. Kelly and honor graduate Anastasia W. Stephens the recipients of the President’s Second Mile Award. Presented during each commencement ceremony to a deserving senior or seniors in recognition of stellar and meritorious achievement, the President’s Second Mile Award is the highest honor awarded…

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