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HBCU Accountability and Outcomes: What Matters

In this episode, we replay the April 19th Diverse Talk Live! webcast: “HBCU Accountability and Outcomes: What Matters," moderated by Dr. Jamal Watson. In case you missed it, listen in as a panel of experts dissect what accountability and outcomes look like at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Answering your questions, the panelists work to educate their communities about the value of these institutions and the unique work that they do, as well as share the best practices for keeping HBCUs accountable to their mission and students.


Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis, President, Benedict College

Dr. Charlie Nelms, Chancellor Emeritus, North Carolina Central University

Dr. Alvin Schexnider, Former Chancellor, Winston-Salem State University


●   What does accountability look like at HBCUs?
How do we create a culture of shared governance post-COVID-19?
Clarifying roles and responsibilities in higher education
HBCU engagement with legislature and political leaders
The educational and economic impact of HBCUs
Building, cultivating, and maintaining alumni relationships


“The bottom line is, accountability is about living your mission. Living it and providing demonstrable evidence that you are achieving it by students graduating with the kind of education that will allow them to live, to lead, and to continually learn in a global environment and thrive in such an environment.”


Keeping HBCUs Accountable to Their Mission, Students, and Communities:


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