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Two African American Historians Win the $300,000 Dan David Prize

The Dan David Prize is the largest history prize in the world. It is awarded by the Dan David Foundation at Tel Aviv University in Israel to up to nine early and mid-career scholars and practitioners in the historical disciplines. The honor comes with a $300,000 prize. Kristina Richardson of Queens College-CUNY and Tyrone Freeman of IUPUI are among the winners.

Five African Americans Who Are Taking on New Administrative Duties in Higher Education

The five African Americans in new administrative roles are Hector M. Molina at Fayetteville State University in North Carolina, Ashley Irvin at Xavier University in New Orleans, Wayne Henry Bryant at Grambling State University in Louisiana, Jennifer Jarvis at Queens University of the City University of New York, and Gerald D. Shields at Kentucky State University.

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