• Billy C. Hawkins, president of Talladega College in Alabama, received the Omega Century Award for Excellence at the centennial celebration of the Omega Psi...
• Sade Kosoko-Lasaki, associate vice president for health sciences, multicultural and community affairs at the Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska, was named...
Professor Christian was honored for his book, Media Bias, Perspective, and State Repression: The Black Panther Party.
The William H. Bowen School of Law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has established a new scholarship program to honor George Howard Jr., the first African-American federal judge in Arkansas.
The John and Eula Cleveland Chair in Black History Studies at Howard University is the first endowed chair in the university’s department of Afro-American studies.
Vel Phillips Hall is only the second building on campus named after an African American.
Honors bestowed on African Americans by colleges and universities.
• Moustapha Diack, a professor in the doctoral program of science and mathematics education at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, received the 2011...
A summary of this week's significant awards bestowed on blacks in higher education.
Gilbert Rochon and Sylvester Neal are honored for their achievements.
Four black scholars receive acclaim.
Thomas H. Epps, Michael "Doc" Woods, and Ernest G. Green are honored.
Professor Yette, who died this past January, taught journalism at Howard from 1972 to 1986.
The professor of chemical and biochemical engineering wins award for faculty excellence in service.
Economics professor wins the Suzanne Downs Palmer Award and a $10,000 prize.
Marie Chisholm-Burns, Michael and Libby Johnson, and M. Christopher Brown receive honors.
Amber Koonce of the University of North Carolina started a nonprofit organization to distribute dolls around the world.
M. Shawn Copeland wins awards recognizing distinguished women in theology.
Four African Americans who were honored for their achievements in higher education.
HEAL Africa has established 31 safe houses for women who have been victims of violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Four awards of note relating to African Americans in higher education.
The medals are awarded to individuals with "a deep and unwavering commitment to civil and human rights."
Dr. Hrabowski will receive $500,000 from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, which he can use in support of academic programs at his discretion.
The honorees are Gloria Ladson-Billings, Beverly Tatum, Patty Wilson, and Alphonso Sanders.
A summary of this week’s significant awards bestowed on Blacks in higher education.
Nikky Finney wins the National Book Award for her fourth volume of poems.
Solomon Bililign, Winston Anderson, and Juan Gilbert will receive their awards at a White House ceremony later this year.
Edward P. Hurt was head coach for football, basketball, and track and field. He also served as athletics director.
The new program will provide stipends to 50 undergraduate students to help them prepare for graduate school and careers in the academic world.
Tricia Bent-Goodley, Unoma Azuah, Amos Sawyer, and Bernadette Gray-Little received honors for their work.
Cynthia Carleton Thompson and Belle S. Wheelan receive prestigious awards.
Erica Lorraine Williams, Brenda Cartwright, Donald Andrews, and James Hill are honored.
Brazile, an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, managed the 2000 presidential campaign of Al Gore.
Kendyl Crawley-Crawford will study environmental science at the University College of London.
The award winners are Cheryl Kirk-Duggan, Cynthia E. Nance, Bobby Wilson, and Floyd Little.
The Duke University professor receives the Samuel Z. Westerfield Award.