Simmons College has officially been named to the country’s list of historically black colleges, according to school officials. The recognition, by the U.S. Department of Education, makes it only the second HBCU in Kentucky and also the oldest. School President Dr. Kevin W Cosby tweeted the news on April 13th. I have never had a […]
Over the last couple of weeks, the higher education community has been discussing, reflecting, and processing the recent announcement of Spelman College President Beverly Daniel Tatum’s pending retirement. President Tatum gained the respect of her colleagues, her students, and those outside of the world of higher education during her tenure as president of Spelman. She […]
For the last decade or so, there has been much discussion in education centered on preparing students, faculty, and professionals who are globally competitive. With advances in technology, increased trade, and growing multinational companies and institutions, it is imperative that this generation and future generations are prepared to work in a global marketplace and community. […]
More than 500 graduates and their families will be inspired when Soledad O’Brien addresses the Spelman College Class of 2014 at Commencement and receives an honorary degree on May 18 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Dr. Wanda Austin, an internationally-known systems engineer and president and CEO of Aerospace Corporation, will also receive […]
Offering great news for both current and prospective students, Tuskegee University has just been named among the Top 10 schools in Best Return on Investment by Payscale.com. The list, which included 1,330 schools across the country, included just 29 four-year institutions in Alabama, making Tuskegee’s spot even more important. What is ROI? Return on Investment, […]
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It’s that time of year again. The U.S. News & World Report has released its annual College Rankings lists. Included in these lists is the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Ranking for 2013 (To see the 2014 ranking list visit our 2014 Top 25 HBCU Rankings by US News post). In this list HBCUs are […]