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Marsha Horton Serving as Dean at Delaware State University in Dover

Marsha Horton Serving as Dean at Delaware State University in Dover

Marsha Horton was named interim dean of the College of Education, Health, and Policy at Delaware State University. She was dean and associate professor in the School of Education, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies at Virginia Union University in Richmond.

New Administrative Jobs for Four Black Americans in Higher Education

New Administrative Jobs for Four Black Americans in Higher Education

The new appointees are Simeon Ananou at the University at Albany, Tyrone A. Parham at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Nicole Whitehead at Sweet Briar College in Virginia, and Jason D. Hamilton at Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia.

"Whites Only" and "Colored" Signs Places on Water Coolers at Sweet Briar College

“Whites Only” and “Colored” Signs Places on Water Coolers at Sweet Briar College

The Sweet Briar College campus in Virginia is located on the site of a former plantation where slaves had worked. Blacks make up about 9 percent of the student body at the college.

Slave Cabin Reopens for Visitors on the Campus of Sweet Briar College

Slave Cabin Reopens for Visitors on the Campus of Sweet Briar College

The cabin is one of about two dozen structures that housed slaves on the Sweet Briar Plantation in the pre-Civil War period. It is the only one that remains.

Marsha Taylor Horton to Lead the College of Education at Delaware State University

Marsha Taylor Horton to Lead the College of Education at Delaware State University

Dr. Horton, a graduate of Sweet Briar College who holds a doctorate from the University of Illinois, has been serving as associate professor and dean of the School of Education at Virginia Union University in Richmond.

The First College Stop of Joseph McGill's Slave Dwelling Project Tour

The First College Stop of Joseph McGill’s Slave Dwelling Project Tour

McGill sleeps in dwellings that once housed slaves in an effort to garner publicity to preserve these historical buildings as a reminder of our past. His latest stop was at Sweet Briar College in Virginia.