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Application Submission Day: Advancing to Boost Bison Study Abroad
Application Submission Day: Advancing to Boost Bison Study AbroadBy Aisiriuwa C. Archield | November 20, 2019 The Howard Forward Strategic Plan – Strategic Priority 2, states that “We will reward innovation in instruction, research,...Read More About Application Submission Day: Advancing to Boost Bison Study Abroad
Board of Trustees New Appointment: Marquis Taylor
By Aisiriuwa C. Archield | November 13, 2019 Please join us in congratulating History major Marquis Taylor in his new appointment as the Undergraduate Student Trustee on Howard University's Board of Trustees. Enjoy the welcome letter from...Read More About Board of Trustees New Appointment: Marquis Taylor
COAS Stakeholders Visit Oak Ridge National Laboratory to Discuss Partnerships and Showcase Student Research
COAS Stakeholders Visit Oak Ridge National Laboratory to Discuss Partnerships and Showcase Student ResearchBy Katie Jones; Oak Ridge National Laboratory | December 12, 2019 Representatives from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and...Read More About COAS Stakeholders Visit Oak Ridge National Laboratory to Discuss Partnerships and Showcase Student Research
Cobb Lab Researchers Identify Trace Metals Within the New York African Burial Ground Population
By Aisiriuwa C. Archield | January 6, 2020Members of the Cobb Research Laboratory and the Department of Biology recently used data analysis to “reconstruct the lives of early [Africans and African] Americans in what became [present-day] New York...Read More About Cobb Lab Researchers Identify Trace Metals Within the New York African Burial Ground Population
Fulbright Hays Grant Awarded to the Department of World Languages and Culture
By Aisiriuwa C. Archield | October 15, 2019 The Department of World Languages and Cultures was awarded a reported $240,000.00 grant for the Fulbright Hays Group Projects Abroad Program. Dr. Leonard Muaka, Associate Professor from the...Read More About Fulbright Hays Grant Awarded to the Department of World Languages and Culture
Physics Department Notably Awarded by Society of Physics Students
Congratulations are in order to Dr. Prabhakar Misra and the Department of Physics and Astronomy! The department acts as the Howard University Chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) and recently received the Society of Physics Students...Read More About Physics Department Notably Awarded by Society of Physics Students
To Break Stereotypes, Professor Teaches Criminal Justice Course From Jail
By Aisiriuwa C. Archield | January 9, 2020Sociology and Criminology Professor, Dr. Bahiyyah Muhammad is working to help her students confront stereotypes regarding incarceration. To do this she is teaching her Criminial Justice course,...Read More About To Break Stereotypes, Professor Teaches Criminal Justice Course From Jail
To Take This Professor’s Criminal Justice Class, You Have to Go to JailBy bringing her students into prison for class, Sociology & Criminology professor, Dr. Bahiyyah Muhammad, is changing the stigma associated with life behind bars.
“In this case, what we are doing is looking at what kind of energy gets released if we have this phase of liquid nitrogen to gaseous nitrogen inside a really tight concealed container.”
-Dr. John A.W. Harkless, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry.Read More Testimonials
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RT @HU_GradSchool: We are happy to launch the Inaugural Doctoral Writing Academy! The academy will coach #HowardPhd students through the dr…
RT @HowardUNews: Congratulations to Dr. Fatimah Jackson, the first African American woman to receive the Charles R. Darwin Lifetime Achieve…
RT @HU_GradSchool: We mourn the loss of Dr. Esther Ottley who passed away on Feb. 20, 2020. She taught in #HowardU Math Department until 19…
This month’s Junior Faculty Scholars Workshop is underway! Faculty from across our campus are gathered to discuss Biology Prof. Dr. Michael Campbell’s work in progress “The Genetic Basis & Evolutionary History of Skin Pigmentation Variation in African & Afro-American Populations” https://t.co/60ADPIAcBz
RT @HowardPolitics: Professor and Chair @raviperry spoke with @CBCMorningLive on Black voter expectations on Super Tuesday.
@BrookingsInst Reps are here with us today to inform #HUCOAS students about their great Summer Research Internship Opportunities! They have a wide range of offerings for different majors so be sure to stop by the Locke Hall Foyer TODAY and learn more! #COASatHU https://t.co/r8sXtwLDb7
NSF has partnered w/ the City College of NY to provide undergrads w/ a summer research experience! Students will receive a research stipend & opportunities for hands on research in state-of-the-art facilities, organized group activities & more! APPLY: https://t.co/ctDVrOTEpf
The Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program offers scientists & engineers unique opportunities to conduct research in a wide range of topics relevant to the Intelligence Community. App Deadline 2/29! #HUCOAS #COASatHU APPLY HERE: https://t.co/WyBU2JI46O https://t.co/QHgS449jrj
The @HU_COAS x @HUBuncheCenter Passport Initiative is BACK! COAS students, please join us at the Ralph Bunche Center tomorrow from 11a - 5p to sign up for a free passport! #HUCOAS #COASatHU https://t.co/v909DngPFL
RT @HowardU: Students, don't miss the upcoming Fine Arts Lecture Series, "Art as Activism. https://t.co/u2hymIWIVJ