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Bayou Classic Creates Technology Competition to Engage HBCU Stem Students

NEW ORLEANS, LA – Bayou Classic, the annual college football matchup between Grambling State University and Southern University, has engaged talented students from 8 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) from across to southern United States through a business and technology competition created in partnership with NexusLA. The BizTech Challenge gives students in both STEM… Continue reading Bayou Classic Creates Technology Competition to Engage HBCU Stem Students

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Black College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 Unveiled

  ATLANTA, Ga. – The Black College Football Hall of Fame (BCFHOF) announced its Class of 2018 on October 25. Seven inductees were selected from a list of 25 Finalists who had been determined earlier by the BCFHOF Selection Committee. The Class of 2018 includes Harold Carmichael (Southern), Raymond Chester (Morgan State), Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson… Continue reading Black College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 Unveiled

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HCF BOD member Kaluana Carter featured in AFIYA Magazine Sept/Oct issue

HBCU Campaign Fund‘s (HCF) board of directors member Kalauna Carter of Portland, Oregon and alumna of Tuskegee University was featured in the September/October issue of AFIYA Magazine featuring her business Kolors by K. Since May 2016, Kalauna has served as a member of HCF’s board of directors with her support and backing of the organization.… Continue reading HCF BOD member Kaluana Carter featured in AFIYA Magazine Sept/Oct issue

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Wilberforce University Awarded $2.49 Million in Rehabilitation Counseling Master’s Program Grant

WILBERFORCE, OH – Wilberforce University, the oldest private HBCU, is the recipient of The HBCU Master’s Degree Program Grant. Over the next six-years, the institution will receive a grand total of $2.49 million dollars to support scholars in The Masters of Science (MS) degree in Rehabilitation Counseling program. The Grant is directed to eligible candidates… Continue reading Wilberforce University Awarded $2.49 Million in Rehabilitation Counseling Master’s Program Grant

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UAPB holds ribbon cutting for new dormitory and solar park

PINE BLUFF, AR – The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, a historically black college and university located in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on October 5th to celebrate the opening of an addition to their housing, the annex to the Delta Housing Complex on campus. Originally built in 2003, the Delta… Continue reading UAPB holds ribbon cutting for new dormitory and solar park