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New Leader Named for Thurgood Marshall Fund

The president of Delaware State University, Harry Lee Williams, was named Monday night as the next president and CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, which raises money for and speaks out on behalf of public, historically black colleges. He will succeed Johnny C. Taylor Jr., who has led the fund since  2010, and who is leaving

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IBP is offering STEM Scholarships and Fellowships for Undergraduate, Graduate and Postdoc Students!!!

Greetings,   The Institute for Broadening Participation is offering  undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellowships, and postdoc positions for their STEM programs!!   The mission of the Institute for Broadening Participation is to increase diversity in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) workforce. They design and implement strategies to increase access to STEM education, funding, and

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Cheyney University — the nation’s oldest historically black college — is failing.

By almost any measure, Cheyney University — the nation’s oldest historically black college — is failing. Despite its rich and proud history, the financially troubled school has struggled for years to halt plummeting enrollment – now at 755 students, barely half what it was seven years ago. Faced with that decline, the university has admitted less qualified

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Roommate Arrested for Claflin U Student’s Death

Claflin University student Dravious Terry was found dead Friday, and police have arrested his roommate, according to Columbia, S.C., newspaper The State. Andrew Sanders Jr., 21, of Savannah, Ga., was not identified as a Claflin student, and has been charged with involuntary manslaughter following the shooting that lead to Terry’s death. The apartment complex where Terry and

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Cheyney Univeristy Of Pennsylvania Maintains Accreditation

Cheyney University is safe.   The Middle States Commission on Higher Education granted the nation’s oldest Black college a reprieve on Friday. The school, located in Delaware County, about 45 minutes outside of Philadelphia, will face a one-year extension for demonstrating compliance. The commission released a public disclosure statement explaining the accreditation status and compliance

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Is on the Brink of Closing

Is on the Brink of Closing Can Cheyney University overcome years of financial mismanagement and academic woes? by Selena Hill    Posted: November 16, 2017 Pinterest Tumblr Addthis Print Email A-   A   A+   Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, the oldest historically black college in the nation, may be forced to close its doors

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Voorhees selects the 2017 Homecoming parade grand marshal

Denmark, S.C. – Voorhees College alum Jerome Geathers and his wife Carnella, have been selected to be the 2017 grand marshals for this year’s Homecoming parade.   The Homecoming parade will be held on Nov. 11 at 10 a.m. on Maple Street in downtown Denmark.   Geathers, a 1972 graduate of Voorhees College, earned a

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Why Black Colleges Need Charter Schools

Wall Street Journal Why Black Colleges Need Charter Schools   By Allysia Finley   Nov. 3, 2017   Washington   Charter schools are the “polite cousins of segregation,” in the words of Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers. Last year the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People called for a moratorium

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