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Five African Americans Appointed to Faculty Positions at Prestigious Universities

Five African Americans Appointed to Faculty Positions at Prestigious Universities

The appointees are E. Anne Christo-Baker at Purdue, Melissa Harris-Perry at Wake Forest, Daniel Harris at Texas A&M, Jesmyn Ward at Tulane, and Craig Bailey at the University of Cincinnati.

University Study Finds Donor Race Is Criticial in Liver Transplants for Patients With Hepatitis C

University Study Finds Donor Race Is Criticial in Liver Transplants for Patients With Hepatitis C

The researchers at Tulane University and the University of California at San Francisco found that African American transplant patients with hepatitis C who had a Black liver donor had a five-year survival rate significantly closer to patients of other ethnic groups.

Tulane University Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Its Racial Integration

Tulane University Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Its Racial Integration

In the early 1960s, two Black students filed a lawsuit seeking admission to the graduate programs at Tulane University in New Orleans. They lost the suit. But in 1963, the Tulane University board of trustees decided to admit Black students to graduate programs.

Tulane University Professor Debuts New Website Focusing on Black Health

Tulane University Professor Debuts New Website Focusing on Black Health

Dr. Corey Hebert’s Black Health TV website offers a wide range of videos to educate African Americans on topics such as diabetes, hypertension, nutrition, asthma, fitness, and women’s health.

Five African Americans Appointed to New Posts in Academia

Five African Americans Appointed to New Posts in Academia

Michael Leo Owens, Karissa A. Moore, Terrance J. Tumey, Maurice Cox, and Kennard Brown are taking on new duties.

Tulane Professor Lands a TV Gig

Tulane Professor Lands a TV Gig

Melissa Harris-Perry will host a weekend morning show on MSNBC.

New Faculty Appointments for African Americans in Higher Education

New Faculty Appointments for African Americans in Higher Education

David Mitchell, Gwen Tompkins, Crystal Gadegbeku, and Jodi Black are appointed to new teaching posts.

Appointments, Promotions, and Resignations

• Vicky Coleman was appointed dean of library services at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, effective September 1. She has been serving as an associate university librarian at Arizona State University. She previously was director of the Clemons Library at the University of Virginia. Dean Coleman holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from […]