Volume 25, Issue #3

Estelle Abrams, DH.Cer. 1960, M.S. 1963, died July 2, 2015. After graduating from Howard, she worked as a researcher at the National Library of Medicine. She also spent several years working at...

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Between 2006 and 2016, women earned more than 50 percent of all doctoral degrees in the United States. Yet, when it comes to holding key leadership positions in academia, women are underrepresented. Howard University is bucking that trend.

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Dana Williams, Ph.D., chair of English, is the principal investigator for “Seshat: A Howard University Digital Humanities Initiative.” This project works with the College Language Association, a...

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A Community of Voices on Education and the African American Experience: A Record of Struggles and Triumphs (Cambridge Scholars Publishing), edited by Hazel Arnett Ervin (Ph.D. ’93) and Lois...

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As U.S. newsrooms have shrunk and the count of Black journalists has fallen, some Howard alumnae remain on the job, ensuring that the highs, lows and complexities of Black life get deemed newsworthy and get covered.

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LaVerne Duckwilder, B.A. 1971, died Nov. 20, 2015. She was 66.

Dr. Lorraine Gillian, B.S. 1971; M.D. 1977, died July 10, 2015. Upon graduation from Howard, she entered a four-year...

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