Article courtesy of The Grio NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Eye-level watermarks, gutted buildings and rows of mobile classrooms linger as reminders of the flooding from Hurricane Katrina that nearly wiped out Southern University at New Orleans in 2005. Now the predominantly African-American university faces what students and administrators view as a new threat: Gov. Bobby […]
Article source: The Grio It’s not always easy being green — especially if you’re a college or university that serves primarily minority students, many from low-income families. Going green requires up-front investment that many of these institutions believe they can’t afford. Without large — or in some cases any — endowments, and dependent on tuitions […]
Article from: A Community Cooks ‘A Community Cooks’ Hosted by Trammell S. Crow Keynote Speaker Mr. Will Allen Executive Chefs, Live Music, and more. Ticket information and more at communitycooks.com Thursday April 14, 2011 Paul Quinn College Food For Good Farm Dallas, Texas A Community Cooks is a unique dining opportunity in the middle of […]
Article from: U.S. Department of Education Conferences and Workshops—White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities The Rehabilitation Capacity Building Project Underreprensented Populations (RCBP-UP) at Southern University, funded by Rehabilitation Services Administration, U.S. Department of Education, invites faculty members of minority institutions of higher education to attend the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation […]
Article from: Perfect Light Summer Historically Black College & University Tour 2011 6 Days & 5 Nights For Just $495.00 Sunday, June 26, 2011 Through Friday, July 1, 2011 RSVP YOUR SEAT TODAY! About HBCU Tour 9 College Campus Tours Lodging Travel in a Luxury Motor Coach Meals Snacks Tour Memorabilia Back-Pack & T-Shirt […]
Visit the 2014 Retool Your School article. 2011 Retool Your School Campus Improvement Program The Home Depot is overjoyed to bring this essential and successful program back for a second year. We know how valuable our nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities are, and how much they have contributed to our country’s growth in so […]
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Entry #57, February 27, 2011 LEDGE is the nation’s first and only HIV/AIDS awareness, general health and lifestyle magazine written BY and FOR students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The free publication’s mission to help destroy myths, empower young people with factual information, and create an additional avenue for much needed dialogue among […]