Miles College related articles

In Memoriam: Bernard Williams, 1952-2014

In Memoriam: Bernard Williams, 1952-2014

Dr. Bernard Williams was the long-time director of the “Golden Voices” choir at Miles College in Fairfield, Alabama. In addition to leading the choir, he served as college organist and was a professor of education.

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.

Alabama HBCUs Team Up in Healthcare Alliance

Alabama HBCUs Team Up in Healthcare Alliance

The alliance is being organized by Louis Sullivan, former secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and president emeritus of the Morehouse School of Medicine.

Athens State University Scholar Develops Diversity Enrichment Program for Teacher Education

Athens State University Scholar Develops Diversity Enrichment Program for Teacher Education

Project DESIGN (Diversity Educators Sharing in a Global Network) seeks to prepare teachers for increasingly diverse classrooms in the nation’s schools.

Robin Givens to Teach at Miles College

Robin Givens to Teach at Miles College

This spring the actress will teach courses in the theater department and conduct acting workshops.

Miles College President Named to Federal Panel

Miles College President Named to Federal Panel

He will advise the secretary of education on issues relating to accreditation of higher education institutions.

HBCUs Pitch In to Rebuild the State University of Haiti

HBCUs Pitch In to Rebuild the State University of Haiti

A group of 12 historically black colleges and universities has launched a campaign to raise $12 million to help rebuild the Université d’Etat d’Haïti (State University of Haiti), which was severely damaged by an earthquake in January 2010.