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Oakwood University Hosts its 2019 Commencement Exercises, Stats (62 hits)
Oakwood University hosted its 2019 Commencement Exercises, May 9-11, for 328 of the brightest students in the world who entered to learn, and have now departed to serve. The Philanthropy Award was presented to Walter and Christine Ince. Hon...
Posted on by Reginald Culpepper
4 Careers in Healthcare That Don't Require Medical School (28 hits)
Ask any group of kids what they want to be when they grow up and you can expect to hear several say they want to be a doctor, or maybe a nurse. Beyond those two choices, you're unlikely to hear any other health care career mentioned. That's...
Posted on by Hannah Whittenly
Remembering Alumni Weekend: "Alumni 360" at Oakwood University (89 hits)
By all accounts, the Alumni 360 events during Alumni Weekend 2019 were a success! Over 12 professions and departments were represented, at 12 venues across the campus, starting on Friday and concluding Sunday morning. Over 300 Oakwood alums...
Posted on by Reginald Culpepper
Chinese Entrepreneur Takes On the System, and Drops Out of Sight (21 hits)
YULIN, China — For months, Zhao Faqi was a folk hero for entrepreneurs in China — an investor who fought the government in court and online, and against the odds, seemed poised to win. He accused officials of stealing his rights to coal-ric...
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Ross University School of Medicine and Tuskegee University Partner to Address Physician Diversity in the U.S. (171 hits)
The United States is facing a critical absence of diversity in medicine, and the disproportionately low numbers of African-American doctors is causing negative health outcomes in communities across the country. Reflecting its commitment to ...
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Reps. Adams and Walker Introduce the FUTURE Act for HBCUs and MSIs (169 hits)
Today, Representatives Alma S. Adams (NC-12) and Mark Walker (NC-6) introduced the bipartisan Fostering Undergraduate Talent by Unlocking Resources for Education (FUTURE) Act to ensure continued funding for Minority-Serving Institutions (MS...
Posted on by Reginald Culpepper
Award-winning Journalist Roland Martin to Address Bowie State University Commencement (109 hits)
Award-winning journalist Roland S. Martin will address about 800 Bowie State University graduates and their families at the spring commencement on Friday, May 17, 2019, at 10 a.m. at Bulldog Stadium. View the commencement ceremony live onli...
Posted on by Reginald Culpepper
Entrepreneur's message to Japan's forgotten non-college-educated youth: You can choose your life (55 hits)
It wasn’t until he turned 18 that Daisuke Kuse saw businessmen dressed in dapper suits up close and personal. Until then, Kuse — having spent all of his childhood surrounded by working-class families and friends in a small town in Kyoto Pre...
Posted on by Yuheng Zhou
For Immediate Release From USDE! Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, captured the essence and importance of reading with this simple quote. Whether it is learning the art of how to read or reading to learn important inform...
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A tale of two colleges: USC’s HBCU exchange program (370 hits)
Adrianna Carter (left), a senior majoring in global medicine and biological sciences at USC, and Alexandria Frank (right), a sophomore majoring in psychology at Howard University, are taking part in an HBCU exchange program this semester. L...
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