The SmithGroup, one of the nation’s leading design firms is offering paid HBCU internships to help increase the number of black architects.
A team of four N.C. A&T engineering students emerged from Silicon Valley as the winners of Black Enterprise’s TechConneXt Summit BE SMART hackathon.
The new curatorial studies program at Spelman College has been created to address a diversity gap in the museum industry, and to offer new opportunities for students to work in an expanding field.
The tidal shift of the rising Hispanic sector in the United States has been recognized as a growing area of focus in higher education. As the largest growing adolescent population, young Hispanics are making their way in droves to college campuses across the country. Many are opting out of predominately White institutions and choosing to […]
Gentel Blair, a senior mass communication major with a concentration in broadcasting at Saint Augustine’s University, has won the prestigious 2016 Ailes Rising Apprentice scholarship from Fox News. The scholarship, which is awarded to two minority students from across the nation, includes a $10,000 education grant and an internship at the Fox News offices in […]
New Year’s Resolutions for the Divine Nine members to maintain the integrity of their fraternities and sororities.
The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) has launched the application process for the inaugural year of the Apple HBCU Scholars Program, the largest and most comprehensive scholarship effort in HBCU history. Thirty successful undergraduate student recipients will be awarded sizable scholarships and receive year-long mentorships by Apple employees to include a paid internship at Apple […]
Two members of all African-American robotics team at Spelman College (also know as SpelBots) competed in the Be “U” Hackathon finals at the Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, WA on November 12th-14th. The three-day event was hosted by The United Athletes Foundation (UAF), and sponsored by Microsoft Supplier Diversity. The Hackathon’s goal was to promote diversity […]