Historically Black College
Morehouse College is teaming up with the Ida B. Wells Society to increase the representation of reporters of color in investigative journalism.
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science is elevating its mission to increase the representation of Black doctors in medicine.
NASA has donated $11.7 million to eight HBCUs to support the creation of curricula centered on artificial intelligence and machine learning.
A Missouri-based HBCU has received a $2.9 million grant to bridge the digital divide.
Newark native Hassan Abdus-Sabur cultivated the HBCU Scholarship Bike Ride and HBCU Textbook Fund to financially support students at historically Black colleges and universities.
Former Mayor of Atlanta Andrew Young has launched a scholarship fund for HBCU students.
The National Park Service has awarded $9.7 million in grants to conserve historic structures at HBCUs.
Businessman and philanthropist Robert F. Smith donated $15 million to his alma mater Cornell University to create pathways in STEM for underserved and underrepresented students.
Jackson State University grad Ameshya Williams-Holliday made history as the first WNBA draft pick from an HBCU in 20 years.
Getty Images has awarded four HBCUs with $500,000 to preserve their historic photos.
A new historically Black college will open in Detroit this year, becoming Michigan’s only HBCU.
Philander Smith College is one of the latest HBCUs to receive a historic donation.
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