For 2021, AcademicInfluence.com announces the 30 most influential HBCUs in the United States over the past two decades.
These Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) founded in 1867 know as the HBCU 9 are celebrating 150 years of educational excellence.
Eight students received an 8-week internship at an NNPA member newspaper and a $10k scholarship and a $5k stipend for expenses provided by Chevrolet.
The Morehouse College Board of Trustees unanimously voted to implement several leadership changes and reforms at the board and executive levels.
The National HBCU Pre-Law Summit addresses the unique challenges of students and graduates of HBCUs interested in going to law school and becoming lawyers.
The Point & Drive documentary directed by Brandi Mitchell depicts the positive impact of HBCU band culture and provides scholarships for summer band camp.
eBay Inc. has named Morehouse College, Class of 2002 Grad Damien Hooper-Campbell to serve as its first Chief Diversity Officer. The position is based at the company’s San Jose, CA headquarters.
From executives to political figures, these Spring 2016 HBCU commencement speakers are internationally recognized, leaders. Take a look at the sample of this year’s lineup.