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NSU releases fall commencement details

Tahlequah Daily Press 07 Dec 2021
Graduates taking part in the ceremony for the College of Education and the Gregg Wadley College of Science & Health Professions will be recognized at 2 p.m ... Addressing the graduates and guests will be the 2021 Distinguished Alumnus, Dr ... He was the first African-American to graduate from UC Santa Cruz with a doctorate degree in the hard sciences.
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Medical graduates threaten to haul Health Department to court over lack of 2022 placements

Independent online (SA) 07 Dec 2021
Both the South African Medical Association (Sama) and the Junior Doctors Association of South Africa (Judasa) ... Mohale said that the department treated all the graduates equally, as long as they were South Africans, regardless of whether they were trained in Cuba or in the country.
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Community service doctors seeking placement threaten protest action against Health Department

Independent online (SA) 07 Dec 2021
Johannesburg - The South African Medical Association (Sama) and the Junior DoctorsAssociation ... “As a department we treat all the graduates equally, as long as they are South Africans, whether they trained in Cuba or in the country, we treat them equally and we place them equally.
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Tanzania at 60: a model of co-existence held back by political rigidity

Beijing News 07 Dec 2021
At independence the country had indigenous university graduates and 71% of the senior civil service were expatriates. Like other newly independent African countries, Tanzania faced numerous socio-economic challenges ... What followed independence, however, was off the African post-colonial script.
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Still basking in Hollywood glow, Boys Town was hit hard by Pearl Harbor attack

The North Platte Telegraph 07 Dec 2021
The screening of the fictionalized story of the Omaha orphanage turned the 21-year-old African American sailor, a 1936 Boys Town graduate, into a mini-celebrity ... Walter Clark, a Boys Town graduate who survived the attack aboard the battleship USS West Virginia, described the morning of Sunday, Dec.
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Justice Department sues Texas over redistricting maps

Dothan Eagle 06 Dec 2021
Along racial lines, Black or African American voters in Louisiana and Georgia comprise more than 30% of the state’s registered voters ... 69.9% White, 26.7% Black or African American, 0.9% Asian, 2.2% Hispanic or Latino, 0.0% Native American or Alaska Native, 0.0% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, 1.3% two or more races.
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UGA on track to rename facilities after African American alumni

The Grio 06 Dec 2021
The University cabinet unanimously voted to rename facilities in honor of the first African American who received a doctorate in mathematics and the first three African Americans to graduate with their bachelors ... She was the first African American to graduate from the school, with a doctorate in math.
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Home of pioneer African American educator gains historic status

Albuquerque Journal 05 Dec 2021
Williams was born in 1885 and is known to be the first African American woman to graduate from New Mexico College of Agriculture of Mechanic Arts (now New Mexico State University) in 1937 with a bachelor’s degree in English ... She wasn’t even able to attend her own graduation ceremony ... Her daughter is African American, like Williams.
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Birmingham’s Freeman Hrabowski Receives Dr. John Hope Franklin Award

The Birmingham Times 04 Dec 2021
As a graduate of an HBCU, Hampton Institute (now University), a former HBCU administrator and a member of a family of HBCU graduates, ... It is that kind of support that Hrabowski believes has resulted in UMBC’s success in graduating African American and other students in STEM.
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Cultural property title gives New Mexico family peace

Herald-Standard 04 Dec 2021
Williams was born in 1885 and is known to be the first African American woman to graduate from New Mexico College of Agriculture of Mechanic Arts (now New Mexico State University) in 1937 with a bachelor’s degree in English ... She wasn’t even able to attend her own graduation ceremony ... Her daughter is African American, like Williams.
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Meet Martin Amidu’s elder brother, Professor Emeritus Assibi Apatewon Amidu

Ghana Web 04 Dec 2021
Well, his name is Professor Emeritus Assibi Apatewon Amidu ... He was later enrolled into the SOAS University of London where he did his Masters in African language (Swahili language and literature) in the year 1976. After graduating, he obtained a PhD in Swahili in 1980 ... .
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University of Georgia asks to name buildings for Black grads

San Francisco Chronicle 03 Dec 2021
ATLANTA (AP) — The University of Georgia is asking regents to name two buildings for some of the university's earliest Black graduates ... They were the first three African American students to enroll at UGA as freshmen and graduate.
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George Mason University President Gregory Washington Calls For Transformation of Higher Education in America

The Tennessee Tribune 03 Dec 2021
“We’re not structured to produce large numbers of graduates,” he says ... At George Mason more than 70% of students graduate regardless of their race or ethnicity, including 73.7% of African Americans, compared to a national average of 44.7%, says Dr ... the high graduate rates.
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Royal Canin Announces $175,000 Gift to Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine

Maryville Daily Forum 03 Dec 2021
"The Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine (TUCVM) appreciates this intentional and impactful partnership with Royal Canin.�Of the thousands of veterinarians in the United States, only 2% are African Americans and of this number, we are proud that 70% are our graduates.
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Byron Allen’s HBCUGo.TV expands sports programming with games from top HBCUs

The Grio 03 Dec 2021
This Saturday, the channel kicks off free streaming for a doubleheader match-up between Howard University and Hofstra University ... (Photo. HUBison.com). Beginning this Saturday, Dec ... EST ... There are more than 105 Black colleges or universities in the country, with at least 25% of degree-holding African Americans graduating from one of these institutions ... .

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