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Loan Servicing Change Could Rock HBCUs May 21, 2017

WASHINGTON — Colleges and universities with a high percentage of students who fund their educations with college loans may face tougher challenges in the years ahead based on proposed changes in the federal regulations that govern student loan servicing, says a widely respected higher education veteran. Dr. H. Patrick Swygert “There’s a concentration of power

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NCCU Awards Its First Doctorates In Biosciences To Three African-American Women

  NCCU Awards Its First Doctorates In Biosciences To Three African-American Women | HBCU Buzz <img src=”https://d5nxst8fruw4z.cloudfront.net/atrk.gif?account=sdink1acFH00iG” style=”display:none” height=”1″ width=”1″ alt=”” /> <div style=”display:none;”>< img src=”//pixel.quantserve.com/pixel/p-4afOJJd-EQjm2.gif” border=”0″ height=”1″ width=”1″ alt=”Quantcast”/>< /div> <style type=”text/css”> .wpb_animate_when_almost_visible { opacity: 1; }</style> North Carolina Central University (NCCU) achieved an important milestone by awarding its first Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees

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Fayetteville State University’s Department of Math and Computer Science Receives $2 Million National Science Foundation Grant

Fayetteville State University’s (FSU) Mathematics and Computer Science Department was notified by the National Science Foundation (NSF) of a grant award totaling $2 million for the “Implementation Project: Strengthening Student Success in STEM (S^4).” The project proposal was led and will be implemented by Dr. Daniel I. Okunbor, project investigator, along with Drs. Dong Wang, Daniel Autrey, and

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Former Chicago State President Joins Restructured Executive Cabinet at Kentucky State

Eight months after a controversial dismissal as Chicago State University president, Thomas Calhoun was yesterday named as the vice-president of student engagement and campus life at Kentucky State University, one of several new hires made by newly appointed president M. Christopher Brown II. Dr. Calhoun joins new vice-presidents from several HBCUs nationwide as a part of

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If The HBCU Community Can’t Keep Johnny Taylor, Just Who Can We Keep?

Seven years and hundreds of millions of dollars raised since arriving in Washington D.C. to head the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, and now Johnny Taylor will leave the HBCU advocacy nonprofit for a new gig; head of the Society for Human Resource Management. The timing of the departure and the nature of the work may seem

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Dillard University ranks second in the country in black physics undergrads

One of the smallest historically black colleges in the U.S. boasts a huge accomplishment: pound for pound, tiny Dillard University in New Orleans graduates more physics majors — and, notably, more female physics majors — than far bigger schools with more resources. With an enrollment of 1,200, Dillard ranks second in the country in black

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Tuskegee University Fires President Johnson

Dr. Brian L. Johnson The Board of Trustees has decided not to renew Dr. Brian L. Johnson’s annual contract, effective July 1, 2017. It’s unclear exactly why the trustees decided to let Johnson go, but a source familiar with the situation said that several trustees were angry to learn that Johnson has interviewed for the

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Trump Budget Would Slash Student Aid and Research

The Trump administration released a 2018 budget proposal Tuesday that delivered on expectations for drastic cuts to student aid programs and university-based research while substantially reshaping federal student loan programs. Higher education groups as well as many policy analysts said those cuts would make college less affordable and impede the production of new scientists and

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