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Tuskegee University Breaks Ground on New Science Building

The building is named after the late James Henry Meriwether Henderson, a Tuskegee professor and administrator who spent more than 50 years at the university.

Six HBCUs Awarded Grants From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute

The grants ranging from $800,000 to $1.4 million will assist these schools in their efforts to create more engaging science classes.

Five African Americans Taking on New Duties in Higher Education

Deborah Buchanan, Earl Wright II, Edward Adams Jr., Harold Tate, and Stephanie Chatman are all taking on new assignments.

Tuskegee University Enters Partnership With the Environmental Protection Agency

Students and faculty will have the opportunity to work with the agency on projects that deal with climate change, biodiversity, sustainable agriculture, urban sprawl, and water reclamation.

New Duties for Four Black Scholars

David Marshall, Gilbert Rochon, Nicole Shelton, and Gedeon Mudacumura are taking on new responsibilities.

In Memoriam: Willie M. Burnett (1941-2012)

His career at the Tuskegee University Office of Alumni Affairs spanned more than 40 years.

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 University Positions for a Half Dozen African Americans

Here is news of six African Americans who are assuming new duties in higher education.

Two African American Women Slated to Receive Prestigious Awards

Bevlee Watford of Virginia Tech and Jacqueline Jones-Triche of Tuskegee University will be honored.

Notable 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.

Notable Higher Education Grants Relating 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.

Appointments and Promotions of African Americans in Higher Education

Here is news of five African Americans who were appointed to faculty or administrative posts in higher education.

Tuskegee University Debuts New Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Tuskegee is the only HBCU with a department in this field.

Tuskegee University Makes Three Major Appointments

Virgil Ecton, Darryl Crompton, and Tamara Young Lee are named to vice president positions.

Grants and Gifts

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

Honors and Awards

Four black scholars receive acclaim.

Honors and Awards

Gilbert Rochon and Sylvester Neal are honored for their achievements.

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