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Columbia University Business Program to Partner with HBCUs 

Stating that this partnership "aims to be a bridge for talented graduates of Historically Black Colleges and Universities and the Fortune 500 companies looking to employ them," Columbia University has launched an HBCU fellowship. The program is intended for  high-achieving undergraduate seniors selected by 10 partner HBCUs- identified as the Top Ten HBCUs by the Wall Street Journal in 2016.  Jason Wingard, Dean of the School of Professional Studies at Columbia University, states that the fellowship program was developed to meet the demands of companies who recruit with an eye on increasing the diversity of their workforce.  

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Jarvis Christian Opens Museum

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The Hawkins, Texas college opened its own African–American Museum.  It  features the Rodney Lamar Atkins Collection, which includes memorabilia collected over thirty years.   

Alabama A&M alum makes history

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In February, Anthony Daniels made history twice, becoming the first black person and the youngest official to become Alabama House Minority Leader. 

Howard to partner with Google 

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Howard and Google have formed a partnership to increase the numbr of African-Americans in the tech field as  tech industry giants are working to find ways to bring diversity to Silicon Valley.

Winston-Salem State University Students Earn Perfect Pass Rate

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Winston-Salem State University 2016 graduates have a lot to be proud of.  The occupational therapy grad, once again, have all passed their licensing exams. This marks the second year in a row for this achievement.  

Hampton alum named acting US Surgeon General

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Sylvia Trent-Adams, who earned her bachelor's degree in nursing from Hampton University, was name acting US Surgeon General.  She replaces Vivek Murthy, the 1st Indian-American to hold the position.  

Morehouse Debate Team wins Lafayette Debates 

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The Morehouse Debate Team participated in the annual Lafayette Debates North American Championship, an international competition that featured 34 colleges.  The winning team was awarded a study trip to Paris.    

Tom Joyner Foundation School of the Month 

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Lane College

Jackson, Tennessee

Lane is a small liberal arts college affiliated with the CME Church-the first four-year college founded by the denomination.  It was founded by Bishop Isaac Lane in 1882.  

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