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Universities Announce the Hiring of Seven African Americans for Administrative Positions

Universities Announce the Hiring of Seven African Americans for Administrative Positions

Taking on new administrative assignments are Joseph M. Corazzini at Clark University, Andrea Sankey at Prairie View A&M University, Lorri L. Saddler at Clark Atlanta University, Maurita N. Poole at Tulane University, Nelson Mosely at the University of Kansas, Brittany Straw at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and Haley Gingles at Winston-Salem State University.

Six African Americans Who Have Been Appointed to Administrative Posts in Higher Education

Six African Americans Who Have Been Appointed to Administrative Posts in Higher Education

Taking on new roles are Nicholas Alton Lewis at Bard College, in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, Felicia McCree at Washington University in St. Louis, Rod Isom at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina, Gay-linn E. Gatewood-Jasho at Clark Atlanta University, Tashia L. Bradley at Wiley College in Marshall, Texas, and Nicole James Lucas at Fayetteville State University in North Carolina.

Three HBCUs Partner With Penn State to Increase Research Opportunities in Materials Science

Three HBCUs Partner With Penn State to Increase Research Opportunities in Materials Science

North Carolina Central University, Spelman College. and Clark Atlanta University and several other minority-serving educational institutions will participate in a National Science Foundation program called Partnerships for Research and Education in Materials (PREM).

A Group of African Americans Taking on New Administrative Duties at Colleges and Universities

A Group of African Americans Taking on New Administrative Duties at Colleges and Universities

Taking on new roles are Bronté Burleigh-Jones at American University in Washington, D.C., Richard L. Lucas, Jr. at Clark Atlanta University, Monique Guillory at the University of the District of Columbia, Ebony Marsala at Boston College, William Jones Jr. at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and Richie Hunter at the University of Oregon.

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Here is this week’s news of grants or gifts to historically Black colleges and universities or for programs of particular interest to African Americans in higher education.

Shaw University Gives a Major Vote of Confidence to President Paulette Dillard

Shaw University Gives a Major Vote of Confidence to President Paulette Dillard

Paulette Dillard was named interim president of historically Black Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina, in 2017. A little more than a year later she became the eighteenth president of Shaw University. Now the board of trustees has extended President Dillard’s contract for five years.

Adrian Epps is the New Dean of the College of Education at Kennesaw State University in Georgia

Adrian Epps is the New Dean of the College of Education at Kennesaw State University in Georgia

Prior to being named interim dean in May 2020, Dr. Epps was an associate dean in the university’s College of Science and Mathematics from 2007 to 2019. He also served as interim provost and vice president of academic affairs at Dalton State College from 2019 to 2020.

New HBCU Executive Leadership Institute Founded at Clark Atlanta University

New HBCU Executive Leadership Institute Founded at Clark Atlanta University

the HBCU Executive Leadership Institute at Clark Atlanta University aims to serve as an incubator for recruiting and developing the future presidents of the more than 100 historically Black colleges and universities in the United States.

In Memoriam: Robert Daniel Flanigan Jr., 1949-2021

In Memoriam: Robert Daniel Flanigan Jr., 1949-2021

This past December, Danny Flanigan celebrated his fiftieth year on the staff at Spelman College. At the time of hi death, he was executive vice-president, treasurer, and chief investment officer.

Larry Johnson Will Be the Next President of Guttman Community College in New York City

Larry Johnson Will Be the Next President of Guttman Community College in New York City

Since 2018, Dr. Johnson has been serving as the first African American president of Phoenix College, a public community college in Maricopa County, Arizona. He will become president of Guttman Community College in Manhattan on July 1.

Jamie Pleasant Is the New Dean of Graduate Education at Clark Atlanta University

Jamie Pleasant Is the New Dean of Graduate Education at Clark Atlanta University

Dr. Pleasant is a tenured professor in the department of marketing and management and previously served as associate dean of the School of Business Administration. Dr. Pleasant was the first African American to earn a Ph.D. in management at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Several Private HBCUs Have the Highest Average Student Loan Debt in the Nation

Several Private HBCUs Have the Highest Average Student Loan Debt in the Nation

A new study by Student Loan Hero finds that students at historically Black colleges and universities tend to be among the students who accumulate the most debt. Four HBCUs were among the top 10 schools where parents take on the most PLUS loan debt, and eight were in the top 50.

In Memoriam: Joseph Echols Lowery, 1921-2020

In Memoriam: Joseph Echols Lowery, 1921-2020

Joseph Lowery, often referred to as the “Dean of the Civil Rights Movement,” held a doctorate from the Chicago Ecumenical Institute. In 2002, the Joseph E. Lowery Institute for Justice & Human Rights was founded at Clark Atlanta University.

New Children's Book Extols the Virtues of Historically Black Colleges and Universities

New Children’s Book Extols the Virtues of Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Yvette Manns, who grew up in Jamaica, New York, is a graduate of historically Black Clark Atlanta University in Georgia, where she majored in early childhood education. She is the author of the new children’s book HBCU Proud.

Maria Arvelo Lumpkin Is the New Leader of St. Augustine's University in Raleigh, North Carolina

Maria Arvelo Lumpkin Is the New Leader of St. Augustine’s University in Raleigh, North Carolina

In October 2019, Dr. Lumpkin was named chief operating officer at Saint Augustine’s University. Previously, she served as the special assistant to the president, and as the inaugural executive director of student retention and the center for scholar communities at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania.

Willie Todd Jr. Is the New President of Denmark Technical College in South Carolina

Willie Todd Jr. Is the New President of Denmark Technical College in South Carolina

Dr. Todd served as the vice president of academic affairs & student services at Denmark Technical College since July 29, 2019. Prior to that appointment, he served as the provost and vice president for academic affairs at historically Black Wiley College in Marshall, Texas.

Clark Atlanta University Partners With Augusta University for Cyber Security Research

Clark Atlanta University Partners With Augusta University for Cyber Security Research

The department of cyber-physical systems at Clark Atlanta University and the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences at Augusta University will join forces to promote research on making complex-cyber-physical systems efficient, reliable and secure.

Nina Gilbert to Direct the Center for Excellence in Education at Morehouse College in Atlanta

Nina Gilbert to Direct the Center for Excellence in Education at Morehouse College in Atlanta

Dr. Gilbert is the former senior advisor on education reform for the Morehouse Research Institute. She has also served as an adjunct professor at Morehouse College and at the Tift College of Education at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia.

University of Georgia to Rename Its College of Education to Honor Its First Black Graduate

University of Georgia to Rename Its College of Education to Honor Its First Black Graduate

Charlayne Hunter and Hamilton Holmes were the first African American students to enroll at the University of Georgia in 1961. But Mary Frances Early was the first African American to earn a degree from the University of Georgia. She was awarded a master’s degree in music education in August 1962.

Lucille Maugé Has Announced Her Retirement From Clark Atlanta University

Lucille Maugé Has Announced Her Retirement From Clark Atlanta University

Until recently, Maugé was serving as interim president of the historically Black university. Before being named interim president, Maugé had been serving as executive vice president and chief financial officer at the university. Earlier in her career, she was a banking executive.

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Here is this week’s news of grants or gifts to historically Black colleges and universities or for programs of particular interest to African Americans in higher education.

Berenecea Johnson Eanes Is the New Leader of York College of the City University of New York

Berenecea Johnson Eanes Is the New Leader of York College of the City University of New York

Dr. Eanes has been serving as vice president for the Division of Student Affairs at California State University, Fullerton. She has been on the staff at CalState, Fullerton for the past seven years.

Clark Atlanta University to Offer a New Working Professionals MBA Program

Clark Atlanta University to Offer a New Working Professionals MBA Program

The new Working Professionals MBA program will consist of 36 credit hours that can be completed in 18 months. Some classes will be conducted online and some on campus. All classroom instruction will take place on Saturdays.

George T. French, Jr. Will Be the Fifth President of Clark Atlanta University

George T. French, Jr. Will Be the Fifth President of Clark Atlanta University

Dr. French has served as president of historically Black Miles College in Fairfield, Alabama, since 2006. In 2015, he co-founded the Higher Education Leader Foundation to help prepare highly skilled talent for positions of leadership at HBCUs.

In Memoriam: Byrdie Annette Larkin, 1952-2019

In Memoriam: Byrdie Annette Larkin, 1952-2019

Dr. Larkin joined the faculty at Alabama State University in 1977. At the time, she was the only women faculty member in the department of political science. She taught at the university for 39 years until her retirement in 2016.

Study Finds Persistence of Stereotypical Negative Images of Black Women in Tech

Study Finds Persistence of Stereotypical Negative Images of Black Women in Tech

The report notes that in 1995, Black women accounted for 5.10 percent of all bachelor’s degree in computer science. By 2014, this figure had dropped to 2.61 percent. In 2012, 70 percent of all bachelor’s degrees awarded to African Americans in computer science went to men.

Syracuse University College of Law Partners With Three HBCUs in Atlanta

Syracuse University College of Law Partners With Three HBCUs in Atlanta

The new program will allow students to earn a bachelor’s degree from their respective HBCU and a juris doctorate from Syracuse University. Participating students will spend three years completing undergraduate coursework at their HBCU and then spend three years at Syracuse’s College of Law.

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Here is this week’s news of grants or gifts to historically Black colleges and universities or for programs of particular interest to African Americans in higher education.

Syracuse University College of Law Partners With Three HBCUs in Atlanta

Syracuse University College of Law Partners With Three HBCUs in Atlanta

Under the agreement students at Clark Atlanta University, Spelman College, and Morehouse College will spend three years at their undergraduate institution in Atlanta. They will then transfer to the College of Law at Syracuse University for three additional years of study, earning bachelor’s and law degrees in six years.

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Here is this week’s news of grants or gifts to historically Black colleges and universities or for programs of particular interest to African Americans in higher education.

Kim Lee Hughes to Lead the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development

Kim Lee Hughes to Lead the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development

Dr. Lee Hughes currently serves as an assistant professor in the counseling department in the School of Education at Clark Atlanta University in Georgia. She will begin her term as president of the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development in July.

Syracuse University College of Law Partners with Three HBCUs to Increase Student Diversity

Syracuse University College of Law Partners with Three HBCUs to Increase Student Diversity

Students completing the program will receive a bachelor’s degree from an HBCU and a juris doctorate from the College of Law at Syracuse University.

Dorcas Davis Bowles to Serve as Provost at Clark Atlanta University

Dorcas Davis Bowles to Serve as Provost at Clark Atlanta University

Dr. Bowles served as provost at Clark Atlanta University from 2003 to 2008 and she served as dean of the university’s School of Social Work on three different occasions. Earlier in her career, Dr. Bowles was a professor and acting dean of the School of Social Work at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts.

New Internship Program for Social Work Students at Clark Atlanta University

New Internship Program for Social Work Students at Clark Atlanta University

Clark Atlanta University students will receive social work experience with citizens in need of banking and financial information. And the participating student interns will allow the center to help more people.

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Here is this week’s news of grants or gifts to historically Black colleges and universities or for programs of particular interest to African Americans in higher education.

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Higher Education Grants or Gifts of Interest to African Americans

Here is this week’s news of grants or gifts to historically Black colleges and universities or for programs of particular interest to African Americans in higher education.