The 2022 National Battle of the Bands will take place on Saturday, August 27 at NRG Stadium and will kick off at 6:00 p.m. CST.
For 2021, AcademicInfluence.com announces the 30 most influential HBCUs in the United States over the past two decades.
The Rooted In Science Scholarship in partnership with CVS and UNCF to provide $5k per year for female HBCU students pursuing STEM degrees.
NCAT bested 63 other HBCU teams to win the 2021 Honda Campus All-Star Challenge National Championship and a $75,000 institutional grant.
The top eight HBCU marching bands will perform at the 16th annual Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase in Atlanta on January 27, 2018.
Former child genius Ronald McCullough Jr. graduates from Clark Atlanta University two years early with a STEM degree after entering college at 16 years old.
The Honda Battle of the Bands 2017 featured eight HBCU marching bands that delivered awe-inspiring performances to a live Georgia Dome.
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.