A podcast highlighting the top HBCU stakeholder voices and perspectives. educationnewsflash.substack.com
We discuss the new Executive Director of the White House HBCU Initiative, threats of faculty strikes at Howard University, and leadership chaos at Kentucky State University.
The South Carolina State University alumna and current Howard University Ph.D. candidate discusses the historic and current-day implications of disparities between endowments at HBCUs and predominantly white institutions.
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Mississippi Valley State University alumnus and Alabama A&M University Vice President for Marketing, Communications and Advancement Archie Tucker discusses the university’s recent record-breaking anonymous gift.
He also shares behind-the-scenes details on how the institution bolstered its revenues with a beer manufacturing deal.
Tougaloo College President Carmen J. Walters discusses her participation at a White House meeting on cybersecurity in higher education, and walks through how the college prepared for and survived a campus malware attack.
Dr. Faison shares the secret to the university's unprecedented gains in status and branding, the problem with HBCUs and the search for proximity to white wealth, and how Black people must be catalysts for institutional and leadership autonomy.
Dr. Webb discusses the value of HBCUs in promoting virus and vaccine awareness, and how institutions can inspire individuals to make good choices about covid-19 prevention.
The CEO of Dosso Beauty describes the entrepreneurial life, how Hampton enhanced her skill as a business owner, and lessons learned in bootstrapping an international company.
Dr. Brown talks about his departure from Kentucky's flagship HBCU, the culture of HBCU leadership and scrutiny, and the future of Black colleges into the second year of covid-19 pandemic response.
Hudson shares thoughts on the difference between interim and permanent presidential leadership, the accomplishments of JSU alumni, the campus' preparedness for fall reopening, and the success of head football coach Deion Sanders.
Nikole Hannah Jones, Ta-Nehisi Coates sign with Howard. What’s the sector-wide impact? We also talk about Bethune-Cookman settling its dorm deal debt, issues at Florida Memorial, and remembering Frederick Humphries.
Coates shares his reflections on returning to his alma mater as a professor in the HU College of Fine Arts, the idea of Black luminaries seeking opportunities to align with HBCUs, and the weight of serving as an example of excellence for Black America.
Conversations on Lesia Crumpton-Young being named as the sole finalist for the Texas Southern University presidency, debt forgiveness at HBCUs, and the growing threat against critical race theory study and academic freedom.
Clark-Atlanta University President George French talks about the $5 million in private gifts presented at last weekend’s commencement exercises, the dexterity of CAU academic programs, the threat of predominantly white institutions recruiting more Black students, and an outlook on students returning to campus this fall.
We discuss the accreditation candidacy of Morris Brown College, warning signs of increasing HBCU board interference, and if Howard University’s historic surge in applications is a sign of positive things to come in the sector.
Coach George joins TSU President Glenda B. Glover and Athletic Director Mikki Allen to discuss the new job and the future of Tiger football.
We discuss the Bethune-Cookman presidential transition, the historic settlement of the Maryland HBCU federal lawsuit, and Bennett College’s new strategic framework.
Rev. Dr. Pierce shares thoughts on the recent PBS documentary ‘The Black Church,’ the impact of COVID-19 on faith and worship, the changing shared identity of the Black church and HBCUs, and the future of faith.
Her latest book, In My Grandmother’s House: Black Women, Faith, and the Stories We Inherit, is available now.
A Fort Valley State professor is accused of trivializing Trayvon Martin’s death during class. Is this the end of reckless talk from HBCU faculty members?
Dr. Strayhorn shares details and perspectives from the recently released "A Pledge of Allegiance to America's HBCUs: Key Priorities of the Biden-Harris Education Agenda."
We discuss North Carolina A&T as the nation’s top HBCU, the future of Black college student protests, watch parties for Sen. Kamala Harris, and the curious case of Morris Brown College.
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