The initiative provides STEM majors at HBCUs with opportunities to receive income-contingent funding in lieu of traditional college loans.
New educational initiatives seek to empower HBCUs with digital learning solutions and technology skill sets.
Applications for the first cohort of U.S. Digital Corps fellows will open this fall.
Sandra Cutts, Ph.D., has joined an elite group of researchers in the Fulbright Greece program.
The last day of the National Naval Officers Association Leadership, Professional Development and Training Symposium covered topics of joint interest.
More than 1,300 freshmen moved into residence halls at Tennessee State University (TSU) recently.
According to UDC, quantum information systems (QIS) is one of the industries of tomorrow.
Fluor donates a million dollars to three ABET-accredited engineering schools at historically Black colleges and universities.
HBCU spent more than $16 million to cover fees, tuition, and unpaid student account balances during the last school year.
For more than 35 years, academic deans at ABET-accredited engineering schools in historically Black colleges and universities have come together at the BEYA Conference to discuss issues in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. Topics range from the goals and accomplishments of their respective schools to the challenges they share. Earlier this year, all … Continue reading “Stand Up, Step Up, and Make Sustainable Change: The Opportunity of Our Institutions”