Daniel R. Gill’s new book describes the tremendous value and underutilization of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and other minority-serving institutions by the federal government. This illuminating new book could possibly have the remedy that could help solve many of the country’s social, economic, and health-related problems.
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) “Saluted, promised, but underutilized is a noncritical analysis that aims to stimulate action and offer challenging and proven solutions.
Inspired by a career in managing federal HBCU and minority-serving institutions (MSI) programs, Gill’s objective is to provide readers with the framework to develop future legislation and develop future strategies to carry out the vision to use more HBCUs and MSI to assist federal agencies in research and provide professional and educational services that are ideally suited for educational institutions.
This revelatory new book could lead to HBCUs finally receiving the funding, infrastructure development, and assistance that they truly deserve. Click here to read.
Publication date : October 11, 2021
Language : English
Print length : 240 pages