Join us for “We, Too, Sing America”:  A 5-Week Exploration of the Story and Significance of Black People in America’s Story. Led by Leawood Location Pastor, Robert Johnson. This promises to be an enriching immersion, further illuminated by the captivating insights of Dr. Shana Mashego, a renowned classical music artist and ethnomusicologist. Dr. Mashego’s unique […]

The Center for Career Development at Morgan State University is hosting the Fall Career & Internship Fair on October 11 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This event is for current students and alumni who are seeking full-time, part-time, internship, seasonal positions, or graduate school programs. The fair will take place at the University Student […]

Patriot Lithium Ltd is an Australia-based mineral exploration company. The Company is engaged in exploring and developing lithium projects. The Company’s projects include Keystone Project, Tinton West Project, and Wickenburg Project. The Keystone Project comprises 255 lode mining claims covering approximately 21 square kilometers (km2) of lithium prospective ground in the prolific high-grade Black Hills […]

More than 230 high school students recently attended college-level courses on Pratt’s Brooklyn campus as part of Summer PreCollege. The rigorous, multi-week program helps participants build their portfolios and learn new concepts, techniques, and skills related to art, design, architecture, and creative writing. Students work under the guidance of world-class faculty alongside other young creatives […]

But before a judge in Las Vegas could rule on the request, the Bureau of Land Management notified Rover Metals on Wednesday that its earlier acceptance of the company’s notice of its intent to proceed “was in error.” “The agency has concluded that proposed operations are likely to result in disturbance to localized groundwaters that […]

Spending their spring break in New York City proved to be the ultimate field trip for 25 Emory College and Oxford College students participating in the Pathways Center’s inaugural Career Trek to New York City. Career Treks are designed to leverage Emory’s expansive network of alumni and expose undergraduate students to workplaces and career trajectories […]

Robinson’s storied career at NASA includes service as deputy associate administrator for programs of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. He served as John Glenn Research Center’s deputy director. Robinson is best known for the successful launch of the $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope. At convocation, Robinson spoke about his reluctance to take the reins of […]

Recently, a group of divers looking for the wreckage of World War II aircraft in the Atlantic Ocean came upon some of the debris of the space shuttle Challenger. The discovery reminded us of the disaster that happened before the eyes of the world on Jan. 28, 1986. It also reminded us that the cost of […]

An investment from BVG, a US venture capital company, will enable the Pula Group, an African-American company mining graphite and gold in Tanzania to expand its activities. Unlike other foreign mining companies, Tanzanian’s own 50% of the equity of Pula’s Tanzanian subsidiaries. Brown Venture Group (BVG), a Minneapolis-based venture capital company that has as its […]

American Association of Geographers Funds National Parks Excursion   MEDIA CONTACT: David Thompson, dlthompson@bowiestate.edu, 301-860-4311 (BOWIE, Md.) – Classes are over and most college students are preparing for their summer break or graduation, except for 10 students at Bowie State University who are preparing to leave on a 10 day, 1,500 mile camping trip to […]

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