U.S. Naval Academy related articles

African Americans in the 2015 Class of Truman Scholars

African Americans in the 2015 Class of Truman Scholars

This year, 58 Truman scholars were selected from 688 candidates nominated by 297 colleges and universities. Of this year’s 58 Truman Scholars, it appears that 11, or 19 percent, are African Americans.

Three African American Men Win Marshall Scholarships

Three African American Men Win Marshall Scholarships

The scholarships, funded by the British government, provide funds for up to two years of study for American students at a British university, and include money for travel, living expenses, and books.

In Memoriam: Wesley Anthony Brown (1927-2012)

In Memoriam: Wesley Anthony Brown (1927-2012)

In 1949 Brown became the first African American graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.

The Racial Gap in Graduation Rates at the U.S. Service Academies

The Racial Gap in Graduation Rates at the U.S. Service Academies

Nationwide, the Black student college graduation rate is about 20 percentage points lower than the rate for White students. But at the U.S. service academies the racial gap is much lower.