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Three HBCUs Partner With Penn State to Increase Research Opportunities in Materials Science

Three historically Black educational institutions are participating in a National Science Foundation program called Partnerships for Research and Education in Materials (PREM). Under the program, the three HBCUs along with several other minority-serving institutions will partner with faculty and researchers at Pennsylvania State University in programs designed to increase the number of students from underrepresented…

The Four HBCU Medical Schools Look to Increase Diversity in Cancer Research

The American Cancer Society (ACS), along with four historically Black medical schools including Charles Drew Medical School, Howard University, Meharry Medical College. and Morehouse School of Medicine, have announced the establishment of a Diversity in Cancer Research (DICR) program to help improve diversity, equity, and inclusion in the cancer research field. The American Cancer Society…

Two HBCUs Partner to Improve Medical Care for an Underserved Region of North Carolina

Fayetteville State University, the oldest public historically Black college and university in North Carolina, and Meharry Medical College, the historically Black academic health science center located in Nashville, Tennessee, have entered into an agreement that will address the need for providing quality medical care and skilled health care professionals in the Fayetteville region. The partnership…

Grambling State University Teams Up With Louisiana Tech to Boost Diversity in Accounting

Grambling State University, the historically Black educational institution in Louisiana, has entered into an agreement with Louisiana Tech Univerity in Ruston. The partnership will offer undergraduate accounting students at Grambling State University to take advantage of an accelerated path into the master of accountancy program at Louisiana Tech. Under the agreement, accounting majors at Grambling…

Morgan Stanley Pledges $12 Million for Scholarships at Three HBCUs

Morgan Stanley Pledges $12 Million for Scholarships at Three HBCUs Filed in HBCUs on October 23, 2020 Investment firm Morgan Stanley has announced the launch of Morgan Stanley HBCU Scholars, an integrated program to strategically engage with and support HBCUs. The program will provide full scholarships for HBCU students at Howard University…