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  1. Journalism Schools at Jackson State and Ole Miss Enter Into a Partnership
  2. Three African American Men Among the Finalists for the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award
  3. Edward Waters College Celebrates Its Sesquicentennial
  4. New Faculty Appointments at Major Universities for Five Black Scholars
  5. Bethune-Cookman University Dedicates Its New School of Hospitality Management
  6. New Administrative Assignments for Eight African Americans in Higher Education
  7. Three Black Women Attacked on a Bus at the University at Albany
  8. Online Articles That May Be of Interest to JBHE Readers
  9. Student Researcher Learns More About the First Black Graduate of Pomona College
  10. The Role of Geography and Race in Remembrances of the Murder of Emmett Till
  11. Fielding Graduate University Names New Center for Marie Fielder
  12. Higher Education Grants of Interest to African Americans
  13. Yale University Removes Portraits of John Calhoun, a Proponent of Slavery
  14. A New University Home for the National Alliance for Doctoral Studies in the Mathematical Sciences
  15. Washington State University Honors Its Late President
  16. University of Minnesota to Digitize Its Vast African American Collections
  17. Recent Books of Interest to African American Scholars
  18. The Racial Gap in the Selection of Students for Gifted Education Programs
  19. Robert M. Dixon to Serve as Provost at Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
  20. Ethnic Studies Courses in High School Can Lead to Academic Success for Minority Students