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Higher Education Grants of Interest to African Americans

Higher Education Grants of Interest to African Americans

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

Four African Americans Taking On New Administrative Duties in Higher Education

Four African Americans Taking On New Administrative Duties in Higher Education

The appointees are Gregory E. Triplett at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Wendy Wilson at Albany State University in Georgia, Sabrina Sanders at California State University, and Darryl Keith McGee at Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee.

Four African Americans in New Administrative Posts in Higher Education

Four African Americans in New Administrative Posts in Higher Education

Taking on new roles are Monica C. Scott at Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee, R. Kenneth O’Neal II at Pueblo Community College in Colorado, Fatima M. Mncube-Barnes at Howard University in Washington, D.C., and Jeremy Orr at Wayne State University in Detroit.

Moses V. Goldmon Named Second in Command at Lane College

Moses V. Goldmon Named Second in Command at Lane College

Dr. Goldmon was serving as an assistant professor of religious education at the Shaw University Divinity School in Raleigh and as pastor of Prince Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in New Hill, North Carolina.

Lane College Promotes Two Administrators

Lane College Promotes Two Administrators

At the historically Black college in Jackson, Tennessee, Darlette Carver Samuels was promoted to chief of staff for the president of the college and Sherrill Berry Scott was named vice president for administration.

In Memoriam: Edward Vaughn

In Memoriam: Edward Vaughn

Edward Vaughn was a professor of education at Alcorn State University in Mississippi. Before coming to Alcorn State in 2004, Professor Vaughn was director of institutional research at Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee.

In Memoriam: Anna Lee Cooke, 1923-2014

In Memoriam: Anna Lee Cooke, 1923-2014

Anna L. Cooke, who served on the staff at Lane College, a historically Black educational institution in Jackson, Tennessee, for a quarter century, died on June 28 at the Jackson Madison County Hospital. She was 91 years old.

Glenn Vaulx Chosen as Interim President of Lane College

Glenn Vaulx Chosen as Interim President of Lane College

Glenn M. Vaulx Sr. has been named interim president of Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee. He has a 40-year career as a teacher and administrator for the public school system in Jackson.

Two Black Men in New Administrative Posts

Two Black Men in New Administrative Posts

Jerry Woods was named interim executive vice president at Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee, and Cameron J. Hall was named assistant director of annual giving at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

In Memoriam: Wesley Cornelious McClure, 1942-2013

In Memoriam: Wesley Cornelious McClure, 1942-2013

Wesley McClure, the ninth president of Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee, died on December 6 at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. He was 71 years old.

Majority-Female Crew Refs Black College Football Game

Majority-Female Crew Refs Black College Football Game

For the first time in history, on October 24 a majority-female officiating crew took the field for an intercollegiate football game between Lane College and Miles College, two historically Black colleges.

Higher Education Grants of Interest to African-Americans

Higher Education Grants of Interest to African-Americans

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

Lane College Promotes Three African Americans

Lane College Promotes Three African Americans

John R. Arnold, Penny Brown Minter, and Darrell Listenbee were promoted to new administrative posts.

Five African Americans Taking on New Duties in Higher Education

Five African Americans Taking on New Duties in Higher Education

Deborah Buchanan, Earl Wright II, Edward Adams Jr., Harold Tate, and Stephanie Chatman are all taking on new assignments.

Honors for Four Black Educators

Honors for Four Black Educators

Tricia Bent-Goodley, Unoma Azuah, Amos Sawyer, and Bernadette Gray-Little received honors for their work.

In Memoriam: Etta B. Stinson Williamson (1905-2011)

Etta B. Stinson Williamson, the oldest graduate of Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee, died last month at the age of 106.