Three HBCUs Sign Collaboration Agreements With the Environmental Protection Agency

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has signed agreements with three historically Black universities to increase employment and internship opportunities for students and to enhance faculty development programs in enviromental fields. The agreements with Bowie State University, Howard University, and Wilberforce University will provide internships, mentoring programs, research projects, and employment opportunities for students and faculty at the three HBCUs.

As part of the agreements, faculty at the HBCUs will engage in research collaborations with EPA scientists and the federal agency will assist the universities in the development of their environmental science programs.

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