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John Wilson on Black Network Television

Black Network Television presents an exclusive interview with John Silvanus Wilson, Jr., the Executive Director for the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) on the occasion of the 2011 Hampton University Ministers’ Conference. This interview first … Continue reading

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WHITE HOUSE EXECUTIVE WILL GIVE TALLADEGA ADDRESS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  Talladega College Office of Public Relations/Mrs. Nicola Lawler Telephone:  256-761-6207 E-mail: nllawler@talladega.edu April 9, 2012    Talladega, Alabama—Talladega College will host its annual Honors Convocation on Thursday, April 12.  This year’s speaker is Dr. John S. … Continue reading

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Hilary Clinton: We Expect Thousands of Brazilian Students in the Next Few Years

The United States and Brazil: An Education Partnership for the 21st Century CAPES/HBCU-Brazil Alliance Partnership: To support the U.S.-Brazil Joint Action Plan on Racial Equality, the United States and Brazil are promoting and expanding academic exchange opportunities between U.S. Historically … Continue reading

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Solicitations

Be Informed We have received notice of the following funding opportunities from various federal agencies. We hope that the information is beneficial to you and your efforts.   Agency Grant Title Grant Number Submission Deadline Substance Abuse & Mental Health … Continue reading

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Office of the Executive Director

ED’s Wilson Discusses Importance of Historically Black Colleges & Universities Posted on February 17, 2012 by Guest Blogger   Ed. Note: This post is the first in a series of blog posts that highlights leaders at the Department of Education. John … Continue reading

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2011 HBCU Grantees

    National Endowment for the Humanities – 2011 HBCU Grantees: Albany State University, The Albany, Georgia Civil Rights Movement: Gateway to the National Civil Rights Struggle in America, to support a humanities bridge program over two summers for selected … Continue reading

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