John Bowers, now a Morehouse Man in the Class of 2020, vividly recalls sitting in the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center that weekend, and hearing John Silvanus Wilson ’79, then Morehouse President, say: “There is no choice but Morehouse because this is the only school that will change your mindset and make you a global citizen.”
This essay reflects on the relationship between broader social movements and the lives and deaths of W. E. B. DuBois, John Lewis, and Rev. C. T. Vivian.
The last two nights, I have watched as I am sure you have the frustrations over racism and distrust of our nation’s institutions spill out on the streets of our countries major cities, including Atlanta.
New census population projections confirm the importance of racial minorities as the primary demographic engine of the nation’s future growth, countering an aging, slow-growing and soon to be declining white population.
Alumni associations have always played a vital and integral role in the success of HBCUs and small liberal arts colleges.
The Board of Regents for the University System of Georgia has granted the system authority for a plan to possibly cut jobs or furlough employees. The system said it is working with its 26 colleges and universities to develop a new spending plan for the 2021 fiscal year that would feature a 14 percent reduction from the current fiscal year.
In October 2019 a group of eight secondary school teachers from the German state of Saxony visited Morehouse College to learn more about the history of the institution and the role of HBCUs in the higher education landscape of the United States.
Practice what you teach: The $4.8 million case for centralizing and integrating university marketing
Doing marketing and PR within higher education is among the most complicated jobs imaginable. Originally posted on LinkedIn by José Mallabo.
MSI leaders are often concerned with financial exigency, and the policies, practices, and processes that can enable it. This brief provides considerations and strategies for Boards of Trustees as they approach the difficult task of providing financial guidance, management, and oversight to their respective Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs).
Taraji P. Henson Henson described her father as a “changed man” after the Vietnam War, suffering from mental illness that ultimately led to homelessness. Since her father’s death, Henson worked with others to create a nonprofit organization committed to changing the perception of mental illness in the African-American community by encouraging those who suffer with this debilitating illness to get the help they nee