A recent event highlighted the important role teacher education programs play in strengthening the minority preservice teacher to practitioner pipeline.
A smartwatch-like glucose alert system and applications that make it easier to get a haircut or print without a printer are some of the innovative ideas that three Claflin University students and one alumnus will share in Washington, D.C. Jan. 15 during the White House My Brother’s Keeper “I Have a Dream Innovation Summit.” The […]
A recent Moody’s Investor Services report predicts that the closure rates of small colleges and universities will triple in the coming years—and mergers will double. Moody’s defines small colleges and universities as private colleges with operating revenue below $100 million and public colleges below $200 million. This means as many as 15 institutions a year […]
Many HBCUs are doing amazing work as individual institutions. These particular campuses have great initiatives, programming, and services that are exemplary of institutional missions in action. This being the case, there are opportunities for HBCUs to join forces with each other and other Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) to increase the reach and impact of their […]