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Paine College Offers Free Summer Chemistry Class for Middle and High School Students

AUGUSTA, GA – Dr. Sardar Yousufzai, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Paine College and the Minority Affairs Chairperson of the Savannah River Section of the American Chemical Society, will offer a six-week chemistry course for middle and high school students from June 4, 2018, to July 12, 2018. This year marks the 12th year that… Continue reading Paine College Offers Free Summer Chemistry Class for Middle and High School Students

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Mississippi National Baptist State Convention presented $15,000 to Jackson State University during its annual meeting

JACKSON, MS – The education arm of the Mississippi National Baptist State Convention (MNBSC) presented Jackson State University with a $15,000 check during its 5th Annual Session earlier this month to assist students with financial aid. According to a press release by the university, Dr. Kenneth Hollins, education board chair of MNBSC, presented the gift… Continue reading Mississippi National Baptist State Convention presented $15,000 to Jackson State University during its annual meeting

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UNCF Chicago to host its annaul “A Mind Is…” Gala

CHICAGO, IL – UNCF Chicago office will host its annual “A Mind Is…” Gala which will honor Chicago Football Classic co-founders Everett Rand, Larry Huggins and Tim Rand on this Saturday, June 17th at 6 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. This is a major fundraising event for the Chicago area office of UNCF, which… Continue reading UNCF Chicago to host its annaul “A Mind Is…” Gala

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Kentucky State University partners with Pearson to offer free e-textbooks for students

FRANKFORT, KY – Kentucky State University (KSU) has announced that the university is making college more affordable for students by partnering with Pearson, a New York-based learning company, to offer e-textbooks to all KSU students for a flat fee. While Pearson has agreed to offer a flat fee, KSU has offered to cover the other… Continue reading Kentucky State University partners with Pearson to offer free e-textbooks for students