Social Media Technology Conference & Workshop September 22-23, 2011 ( co-hosted by Bowie State University/Howard University) Social media has transformed communication the world over. People from all walks of life and especially African America students in universities, and particularly in the historically black colleges and universities, use social media technology for day to day […]
Dante Lee, the 29 year old Internet media mogul who is the founder of Diversity City Media and the co-founder of Lee Moss Media. These award-winning companies help clients reach African American consumers through online advertising and public relations. As owners of the largest network of premium African American web properties (including BlackNews.com, HBCUconnect.com, BlackHistory.com, […]
Source: Tuskegee News Dr. Henry J. Findlay, director Tuskegee University Continuing Education Program, was elected president of the HBCU Faculty Development Network during its fall board meeting in New Orleans on October 23. The HBCU Faculty Development Network is a premier organization that is dedicated to the scholarship of teaching and learning. Founded in 1994, […]
Founded as the African Institute in February 1837 and renamed the Institute of Colored Youth (ICY) in April 1837, Cheyney University is the oldest African American institution of higher learning, though degrees were not granted from Cheyney until 1914, when it adopted the curriculum of a normal school (teacher training).