Tag: University of Texas Arlington

Prairie View A&M University President Is Stepping Down

George C. Wright, the seventh president of historically Black Prairie View A&M University in Texas, announced that he will step down as soon as an interim replacement is named. Dr. Wright, who became president of the university in 2003, will remain at the university as a professor of history.

The New President of the Houston Campus of the Chamberlain College of Nursing

Dr. Vivian Lilly was academic dean at the San Antonio, Texas, campus of the Galen College of Nursing. Earlier in her career she taught nursing at the University of Texas at Arlington and Dallas Baptist University.

University of Texas at Arlington Scholar Earns Promotion

Sonja Stephenson Watson was promoted to associate professor of Spanish at the University of Texas at Arlington. She will also serve as director of the women's and gender studies program at the university.

Five African Americans Named to Top Administrative Posts in Higher Education

Keith W. McIntosh, Shakeela J. Hunter, Wanda S. Mitchell, Sharon T. Stoddard, and Deborah F. Dent will be assuming new duties.

The University of Texas Arlington to Explore Its Racial History

The new Center for African American Studies will conduct an oral history project involving its earliest Black alumni.

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.

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