Black Issues in Higher Education

Black Issues in Higher Education is a magazine specializing in African American Focused topics.

Articles from Vol. 21, No. 13, August 12

Hampton Journalism School Lands Tony Brown
Brown named dean following resignation of Christopher CampbellHAMPTON, VA.Still reeling from the controversy over the fall 2003 confiscation of student newspapers by its then acting president and provost, Hampton University has named TV journalist and...
Home Sweet Home
Congressional Black Caucus initiative leads HBCU, community college students down the road to homeownershipWhen students graduate from college, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) wants to make sure they hold the keys to economic success....
Home Sweet Home; Congressional Black Caucus Initiative Leads HBCU, Community College Students Down the Road to Homeownership
When students graduate from college, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) wants to make sure they hold the keys to economic success. And one of those keys, the CBCF says, should unlock the door to their own home. Toward this end, the foundation...
Mixing It Up at SPOLETO
Annual festival shaping up to be one of the most diverse events on the arts calendarCHARLESTON, S.C.One of the most anticipated events on the arts calendar - the Spoleto Festival USA, now in its 27th year in Charleston, S.C., - also seems to be evolving...
On | the Move
Send appointment information, along with a color photo, to:Editor, Black Issues In Higher Education, 10520 Warwick Ave., Suite B-8, Fairfax, Va., 22030 or e-mail editor@cmapublishing.comDR. MARIE FOSTER GNAGE has been appointed president of West Virginia...
Southern Universities Partner to Improve Life in the Mississippi Delta
Program attempts to foster spirit of regional cooperationBATON ROUGE, LA.With the help of a $1.2 million grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, historically Black Grambling State University is working with two predominantly White universities to help...
SPEAKING OF EDUCATION; the Real Deal on Black Unemployment
Every month, when unemployment rate data are released, the news for African Americans is bleak. No matter what the overall unemployment rate is (5.6 percent in June), the Black unemployment rate is higher. Indeed, it is usually at least twice the White...
WASHINGTON UPDATE; Lawmakers Fund College Access Program for D.C. Students
A five-year-old program to help District of Columbia students attend college is winning an endorsement from the U.S. Congress and likely will get a major funding increase next year.The District of Columbia College Access Act allows D.C. high school graduates...
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