Tag: Historically Black College

Fired Professor Sues Morehouse For Alleged Gender Discrimination From Fraternity And Administration

Source: Raymond Boyd / Getty A gender discrimination lawsuit has been filed against Morehouse College after a former professor of the school said she faced termination without just cause. According to Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Vicki Cox Edmondson said she was fired from the all-male Atlanta school in July 2018 for academic misconduct. She says she was […]

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HBCU Doctor Is Close To Testing Treatment For COVID-19

Source: Raymond Boyd / Getty A doctor at Meharry Medical College is only two weeks away from testing an anti-virus that can help treat COVID-19 patients. According to NBC News, Dr. Donald Alcendor has been developing the anti-virus at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. The Historically Black College was founded in 1876 to teach […]

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Former FAMU Dean Accuses Her Replacement Of ‘Cyberstalking’ Her

Source: Jeff Greenberg / Getty The former dean of Florida A&M University‘s School of Journalism and Graphic Communication is taking serious action against the current dean of the school. According to Tallahassee Democrat, the HBCU placed Michelle Ferrier on administrative leave this year and associate professor Bettye Grable was brought on as the acting dean […]

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Coronavirus And HBCUs: How Black Colleges Are Reacting To COVID-19

Source: The Washington Post / Getty As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread, many schools in heavily hit areas are already shutting down in-person classes and events. In New York state alone, schools like New York University, Syracuse University and Columbia University have suspended in-person classes in favor of classes held remotely, according to Business […]

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