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2023 Graduates Weigh In on Books, Mentors, Classes, and More  Columbia University Source link

Five United States Naval Academy graduates were honored Friday during the 25th Annual Distinguished Graduate Award ceremony at Alumni Hall. Among the five winners, who hail from the 1970, 1975, 1976, 1977 and 1978 classes, are Maj. Gen. Leo V. Williams III, Ronald L. Nicol, Adm. James G. Stavridis, Rear Adm. Julius S. Caesar and Adm. […]

Bijée Jackson George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering Bijée Jackson left her family in Jamaica when she came to study mechanical engineering at Georgia Tech. But she quickly found another on campus — many others, actually. So leaving campus this month for the next chapter of her life is emotional. “I found and made […]

They’ve excelled in student leadership positions, overcome difficult personal obstacles, launched international charity efforts, and even been elected to public office. Our 2022 winter commencement graduates are an impressive group — no surprise at a world-class institution like UW–Madison. Here are just a few of the amazing students earning degrees this December. She juggled coursework […]

The brilliant lady earned a doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy from Towson University in the United States of America Maria Aretha James was one of only two Black students in a class of 20 who graduated from the prestigious university The 24-year-old doctor’s thesis focused on culturally responsive care for adolescents with complex trauma PAY […]

The brilliant lady earned a doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy from Towson University in the United States of America Maria Aretha James was one of only two Black students in a class of 20 who graduated from the prestigious university The 24-year-old doctor’s thesis focused on culturally responsive care for adolescents with complex trauma PAY […]

Eighteen Hampton University students majoring in computer science,  computer engineering, chemical engineering, cybersecurity, electrical engineering, economics,  mathematics, and finance won a total of $400,000 in scholarship support recently. Funding for these scholarships was made possible by a grant from the New York Life Foundation, the charitable arm of New York Life. The awards are for […]

LinkedIn has released new data in their “2022 Guide to Kickstarting Your Career” report, which offers insights on the top jobs, industries, and cities to launch your professional journey. To compile this report, data scientists on LinkedIn’s Economic Graph team collected all entry-level hires from 2020 and 2021 and used those to calculate the share […]

TOWSON, Md. (AP) — Two Towson University dormitories that were once named for signers of the Declaration of Independence who enslaved hundreds are being renamed for the school’s first Black graduates. The University System of Maryland Board of Regents voted Friday in support of university President Kim Schatzel’s request to rename the dormitories for Marvis […]

Tennessee State University News Service announced last week that three computer science and engineering students have been selected to participate in the inaugural class of Apple’s Engineering & Innovation program. According to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), 43 Apple Scholars in all were selected from engineering programs at publicly supported historically Black colleges and […]


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