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Leadership & Policy
IBM Survey Reveals Low Awareness of STEM Opportunities
Many are interested in STEM jobs, but don't know how to get them.
Leadership & Policy
Democratic Lawmakers Propose Legislation to Extend and Expand Lifetime Pell Grant Eligibility
Two Democratic lawmakers are proposing a bill to increase lifetime Pell Grant eligibility and expand Pell Grant eligibility to graduate programs.
California Student Aid Commission Launches Program for Post-Pandemic Returning Adult Learners
The California Student Aid Commission has launched a new program to help people who lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic's fallout.
Howard University, FEMA Partner to Bolster Disaster Readiness in African American Communities
Howard University and the Federal Emergency Management Agency are partnering for National Preparedness Month in September.
Education Department Awards $35.3 Million in Grants to Support Alaska Native Students
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded 28 new grants totaling $35.3 million to support projects aimed at addressing the educational needs of Alaska Native children and adults.
Saint Augustine’s University, Wayne County Community College District Partner to Create Transfer Pathway
Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) is partnering with the Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) to allow certain WCCCD students to attend SAU for free.
FAMU to Add Personnel to Address Compliance Issues in Athletics Department
Florida A&M University will be adding at least five more compliance officers and at least two more athletics academic advisers to address compliance issues in the school’s athletics department.
Dr. Edward P. Antonio Appointed Marist College's First VP of DEI
Dr. Edward P. Antonio has been named Marist College’s first vice president of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).
Former UNC-Chapel Hill Graduate Student Sues School, Alleges Racial Discrimination and Retaliation
Angelica Rose Brown, a former graduate student at UNC-Chapel Hill, is suing the school, alleging racial discrimination and retaliation at the university’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Faculty & Staff
Acclaimed Poet Nikki Giovanni Retires After 35 Years on Virginia Tech's Faculty
Renowned writer and poet Nikki Giovanni retired Sept. 1 after 35 years at Virginia Tech as a professor in the school’s English department.
Jennings Appointed Interim CEO of South Carolina HBCU-Centric Initiative
Dr. Robert Jennings has been appointed interim chief executive officer of South Carolina's Institutes of Innovation and Information (SCIII) Foundation, an initiative aimed at supporting and bolstering the state's seven four-year HBCUs.
Energy Department Announces $6.4 Million to Improve MSI Research Engagement
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) has announced $6.4 million in funding, in part, to develop strategies to enhance minority-serving institution engagement on FECM-related research.
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