Monthly Archives: July 2014

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HBCU Forever Foundation News and Events

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2014 HBCUT3A Workshop Tentative Agenda June 23-27-14

Save the Date – North Carolina Central University Installation of Chancellor Debra Saunders White

HBCUCONNECT Scholarship Information and Offerings

NSPAA Save-The-Date 2014

NSPAA Technical Assistance – Advancement Series Program June 3-6 2014

2014 NSPAA Registration Form

Historically black colleges, United Negro College Fund face severe financial crisis

Claflin, Spelman Students Awarded Prestigious Truman Scholarships

WASHINGTON INSIDER: Hard Times for Black Colleges

UVI Receives Largest Gift Ever to Develop New Medical School

Florida Father And Son Share A Graduation Stage

From Seattle to Durham; Ashly Pugh’s NCCU Experience

Why aren’t high school students graduating? New report sheds light

Southern MBA Students Studying in China

HBCU Presidents Named to Commission on Higher Ed Business Model Reform?

NC Senate to consider closing Elizabeth City State University

ECSU budget provision angers black lawmakers

Biology Department Awarded $1.4 Million to Enhance Curriculum

The 2014 Technical Assistance Workshop Program

Chancellor Announces Leadership Changes at Drake State and Gadsden State

Koch Brothers Gift $25 Million To United Negro College Fund

10 Historically Black Schools Where Alumni Give the Most

Why HBCUs need ‘My Brother’s Keepers’

Fayetteville State Alum Nicholas Perkins Bequeaths $1 Million to Alma Mater

Bennett President Emerita Julianne Malveaux on UNCF’s ‘Deal with the Devil’

Bethune-Cookman Trustee Bequeaths $1 Million to University

Fayetteville State Awarded $718K Naval Research Grant

5 Things You Should Know About the Koch Brothers—Who Just Gave Black Colleges $25M

Comments to Department of Education’s Request for Information Regarding Technical Ratings Factor

Kevin Hart Pledges $50K to Texas Southern Ocean of Soul Marching Band

Court Clears Full Sale of Morris Brown

2014 Annual Registration Now Open

National Black Chamber of Commerce

Honoring 50 Years of Student Successes Through the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program

Cheyney President Announces Retirement

Moore is a finalist for HBCU coaching honor

NCA&T Greek Alumni Launch Anti-Domestic Violence Campaign

Moody’s Downgrades Alabama State, Howard Credit Ratings

Delaware State Preps for Early College High School Launch

Education Department Updates College Affordability and Transparency Lists

Spelman President Beverly Daniel Tatum Announces Retirement

House Starts In On HEA

Hampton Named 2014 HBCU of the Year at Annual Awards Ceremony

FIRST BLACK WOMAN TO WIN OLYMPIC GOLD DIES IN GA.

BENEDICT’S DOROTHY BUCKHANAN WILSON INSTALLED AS ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA PRESIDENT

Atlanta University Center Receives Top Ranking in Green Initiative Survey

CLAFLIN FORENSICS LAB HONORED FOR IMPACT IN ORANGEBURG PUBLIC SAFETY

WAYNE FREDERICK IS SYMBOL OF A NEW FUTURE FOR HOWARD, HBCUS

Labor Group Withdraws UNCF Support Over Koch Gift

DELAWARE STATE RECEIVES $400K GRANT TO ASSIST MINORITY FARMERS

HBCUs struggle to survive Finances and enrollment key to staying open

Looking Ahead at Spelman

WATCH – MSNBC’S HBCU SERIES TALKS FUNDING, DIVERSITY

WATCH – APLU’S ‘CONVERSATION WITH FOUNDATIONS’ FORUM

WINSTON-SALEM STATE EARNS $1.1 MILLION IN UNDERGRAD RESEARCH GRANTS

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