Morgan State academic degree programs additions include Fine Arts in Musical Theatre, Neuroscience, Coastal Science, and Social Work.
The TEAM-UP Together Scholarship program aims at doubling the number of African Americans earning bachelor’s degrees in physics and astronomy.
PENN is pleased to partner with three new participating Universities. The STEM scholarship program now features six HBCUs in total.
Funds from Baker Hughes Foundation will help support STEM programs, professional certifications, scholarships, and career readiness programs.
Sprite Zero Sugar and Target have partnered with Marvel Studios to celebrate student creativity and ingenuity with an HBCU STEAM challenge.
The 8,600-square-foot cancer research facility will house Tuskegee scientists focusing on genomics related to health disparities.
According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, only 8% of medical students and 5% of physicians are black or African American. In order to fix this problem, the American Heart Association, which is the leading non-profit public health organization working to make the world a healthier, longer place for everyone, has chosen 52 students […]
The second-annual HBCU Hackathon competition challenged participants to develop new technologies to help consumers find a home.