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Hampton University Offers New Degree Program in Liberal Arts With Several Concentrations

The concentrations include international studies, law and justice, music management, urban studies, recreation and tourism, community and social services, and emergency and disaster management.

Tamara Holmes Brothers to Lead Advisory Board at the Hampton University Museum

She is director of corporate and foundation relations at Fayetteville State University in North Carolina.

How HBCUs Contributed to the 1940s War Effort

A U.S. government video from the 1940s describes how several historically Black colleges and universities were contributing to the war effort.

Hampton University Radio Now Available Worldwide

Hampton University in Virginia has reached an agreement with Clear Channel Communications to make the university's radio station available worldwide over the Internet.

One Third of All Teams Banned by the NCAA From Postseason Play Are at HBCUs

The football teams at Hampton, Texas Southern, and North Carolina A&T as well as the basketball teams at the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff and Mississippi Valley State did not past muster on the NCAA's Academic Progress Rate.

In Memoriam: Freddye T. Davy, 1933-2012

She was director of the Honors College at Hampton University. This spring the college was renamed in her honor.

William R. Harvey Named to the Board of Trustees of the National Geographic Society

He has been president of Hampton University in Virginia since 1978, one of the longest-tenured, sitting college presidents in the nation.

The New Dean of the Graduate College at Hampton University

Patrena N. Benton was the assistant vice president for academic affairs and director of the Edwin P. McCabe Honors Program at Langston University in Oklahoma.

Higher Education Grants of Interest to African-Americans

Here is this week’s news of grants won by historically black colleges and universities or for programs of particular interest to African Americans in higher education.

Honors for Four African American College Officials

Brandon Brown, Zina McGee, Roderick McDavis, and Rosie Phillips Bingham win prestigious awards.

Bus Tour for Diversity In Medicine to Stop at Five HBCUs

At each school visited, about 150 students will participate in a full-day program where they will learn how to succeed in pursuing a medical career.

New Posts in Higher Education for Three African Americans

Maria Baxter-Nuamah, Stephen Ekunwe, and Aunjanue Ellis have received appointments.

Hampton University Senior Wins Marshall Scholarship

Kendyl Crawley-Crawford will study environmental science at the University College of London.

The New Dean of the Hampton University Journalism School

Brett Pulley has worked for many major media companies and is a graduate of Hampton University.

In Memoriam: Royzell L. Dillard

He served on the faculty at Hampton University for 25 years.

The Papers of Artist John Biggers Have Been Donated to Emory University

Muralist John Biggers founded the art department at Texas Southern University.

Grants and Gifts

This week’s grants to HBCUs or for programs relating to African Americans.

Grants and Gifts

This week’s grants to HBCUs or for programs relating to African Americans.

Grants and Gifts

This week's grants to HBCUs or for programs relating to African Americans.

Langston University President to Step Down: Will Take Post at Hampton University

JoAnn W. Haysbert, president of Langston University in Oklahoma, has announced that she will step down at the end of the year. President Haysbert is the first woman to lead the historically black university. She has served as president for six years.

Two African-American Women Join the Predominantly Male Club of Athletics Directors at Division I Universities

Nationwide less than 10 percent of all athletic directors at the NCAA's Division I colleges and universities are women. But recently two historically black universities named women to lead their athletics programs.

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