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Entries by Jarrett L. Carter from 01/2014

Maryland HBCUs Prioritize Green Learning And Outreach

Posted 01.02.2014 | Black Voices

Morgan State University’s School of Architecture and Planning is at the center of a redevelopment plan for Baltimore City’s northeast corridor. Th...

Five HBCUs Saving The World Through Sustainability

Posted 01.03.2014 | Black Voices

Five historically black colleges and universities are taking bold steps to preserve the environment and build healthier communities for African-Americ...

HBCUs Leading Next Generation Of Minority Health Care Research

Posted 01.08.2014 | Black Voices

Howard University Interim President Wayne A. I. Frederick wants his students following you around the grocery store. He envisions HU nutrition science...

Black Colleges Leading Climate Change Advocacy

Posted 01.13.2014 | Black Voices

Weather monitoring satellites, hurricane tracking, atmospheric assessment, climate advocacy. Many Americans would normally associate these terms with ...

Recycling At HBCUs: Passing Interest Or Sustainable Movement

Posted 01.16.2014 | Black Voices

In 2003, a comprehensive research study on African-American attitudes towards environmental issues was published. Dispelling Old Myths: African Americ...

Five Must-Visit Sites For HBCU Marching Band Fans

Posted 01.21.2014 | Black Voices

The blare of the brass and penetrating thump of bass drums signals the start of the show; halftime at a historically black college football game. For ...

Coppin State Breaks TheMold On HBCU Crime Prevention

Posted 01.24.2014 | Black Voices

Leonard Hamm is looking forward to his teaching load this upcoming semester. A self-proclaimed “ordinary guy” who’s just looking to give Coppin ...

HBCU Presidents Share Insight On Sustainable Leadership

Posted 01.25.2014 | Black Voices

Historically black colleges and universities have been at the center of a number of public debates on the changing culture of higher education. But wi...

For HBCUs, the Proof Is in the Productivity

| Posted 01.27.2014 | Black Voices

And as the nation scrambles to match the intellectual capacity of nations in the Middle and Far East for economic and national security interests, the tenor of the nation's conversation towards HBCUs has changed.

HBCUs Lead New Innovation In Urban Agriculture

Posted 01.31.2014 | Black Voices

Officials at Virginia State University believe that a person with a little bit of land and a lot of work ethic can make a good living as an agricultur...

HBCU Hackathons Expand Black Business Opportunities

Posted 01.31.2014 | Black Voices

Last year may have been the year of the historically black hack-a-thon. Several of the nations’ most prominent black colleges welcomed students of v...

HBCUs Bring Health And Wealth With Community Gardens

Posted 01.31.2014 | Black Voices

A key element of urban sustainability is for a community to control its natural resources. A growing example of metropolitan communities taking owners...

Dillard Brings Brain Food To The Masses With Renowned HBCU Lecture Series

Posted 01.31.2014 | Black Voices

Dillard University will welcome renowned gospel artist Kirk Franklin to the campus on Feb 6., an appearance made possible by the university’s signat...