For sixth consecutive year, Nissan makes donation in support of STEM programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities in Mississippi.
The Rooted In Science Scholarship in partnership with CVS and UNCF to provide $5k per year for female HBCU students pursuing STEM degrees.
October is National Arts and Humanities Month, proclaimed annually by the President and the Governor. The Mississippi Humanities Council will celebrate the occasion by presenting Humanities Teacher Awards to one humanities faculty member at each institution of higher learning in the state. Tougaloo College is proud to announce the selection of its 2015 Mississippi Humanities […]
The new report has been issued by EDsmart, which reveals the top ten historically black colleges with the highest retention and graduation rates. The report allows students, parents, and schools to evaluate colleges based on important outcome-related measures. Also shown are the degrees awarded, which can be a factor of consideration for schools and counselors. […]
On Friday, March 20 Nissan announced the donation of $250,000 to six local Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) to promote STEM initiatives at each school to inspire and develop talent. U.S. Representative Bennie Thompson (D-MS) and Nissan executives will present the following representatives with resources to support their programs: Alcorn State University Coahoma Community […]
Harris-Stowe State University officially joined the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE) and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Pilot Network October 16, 2014. The first group of HSSU students will participate in the scholarship exchange program in 2015. Spearheaded by Dr. Fatemeh Zakery, dean of the Anheuser-Busch School of Business, HSSU now joins […]
Although available courses, reputation and location are all important factors when choosing a college, the cost of attending school is also a large concern. Even with partial financial aid, covering all the costs associated with college – tuition, books, living arrangements – can be intimidating. For this reason, colleges are routinely ranked according to their […]
(BEIJING) – A delegation of presidents and senior administrators from eight American Historically Black Colleges & Universities signed an MOU on July 9th with the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE), China’s nationwide nonprofit organization conducting international educational exchanges and cooperation on behalf of the Ministry of Education. The delegation also participated in the […]