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'A Need Fulfilled' Returns to NCCU (77 hits)
Who: North Carolina Central University Department of Theatre and Never Stop Productions What: ďA Need FulfilledĒ tells the story of the 600 brave black women who fought for the right to serve their country as nurses in World War II. The ...
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4 Resources for Learning How to Develop Your Career Skills for Future Opportunities (69 hits)
Itís important for all human beings to think about their futures. Failure to do so can lead to confusion, setbacks, and stress all around. If youíre considering your future, you should put a lot of thought into your career prospects. There ...
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Widener University is hiring: Assistant Professor of Biology (1414 hits)
The Department of Biology at Widener University seeks applicants for a tenure-track assistant professor position in microbiology and immunology or a related field to begin August 27, 2020. Teaching responsibilities will include upper-level...
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Louisiana teen accepted into 139 colleges, awarded $8.7 million in scholarships; chooses an HBCU (393 hits)
As published Leigh Guidry, Lafayette Daily Advertiser. Most parents and guidance counselors advise high school seniors to apply to more than one college ó to have at least one "backup school." Well, Normandie Cormier of Lafayette had...
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Mary McLeod Bethune To Enter Statuary Hall As Her University Namesake Faces Accreditation Threat (211 hits)
Florida will soon have a new figure in Washington D.C.ís statuary hall. Education advocate and Civil Rights Pioneer Mary McLeod Bethune will have a place among American founders, explorers, inventors and presidents. Bethuneís statue replace...
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A Manís View of IVF: How This Husband Supported His Wife Through an Emotional Journey to Get Pregnant (158 hits)
In order for me to write about our in vitro fertilization experience, you first have to know a little out my wife and our family structures growing up. I was born the first of three kids in the mid-80s in Augusta, GA and raised in Stone Mou...
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Amazon to Retrain a Third of Its U.S. Workforce (1501 hits)
As technology reshapes roles, the online retailer plans to train 100,000 workers in new skills, from machine learning to nursing U.S. companies are increasingly paying up to retrain workers as new technologies transform the workplac...
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South Africa takes tentative steps towards Rabat (454 hits)
The South Africa-Morocco relationship may be entering a new era of pragmatism. They are about 5,000 kilometres apart, one located on the Southern tip the other on the Northern tip of Africa. Both are major regional economic powers. ...
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TSU students benefit from Regions Bank and Cheekwood Partnership providing summer jobs (2036 hits)
This summer Tennessee State University is providing paid internships for TSU students thanks to a partnership with Cheekwood Estate and Gardens and Regions Bank. According to Dr. Chandra Reddy, dean of TSUís College of Agriculture, these...
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TSU remembers famed alum and most iconic female track and field star, Wilma Rudolph (508 hits)
Tennessee State University joined the world in remembering alumna Wilma Glodean Rudolph, the first American woman to win three gold medals in a single Olympiad. She also galvanized the country and made the world take notice as the first Afr...
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