Howard University medical researchers and practitioners serve as a bridge between the Black community and public health.
The New Normal
What can we expect as the pandemic winds down? Howard's experts say there will be challenges, but also some blessings.Read Story
Letter from the Editor
Over the past 18 months, our homes became a cacophony of overlapping Zoom meetings, virtual schooling, Amazon deliveries and family members in each other’s personal space. People yearned to go back to “the way things were.” Meanwhile, our nation elected a woman of color to the vice presidency, confronted police brutality against African-Americans and recognized the importance of mental health through star athletes like Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka, who publicly acknowledged their limits and pulled out of competitions. We’re all learning to recognize our limits while pushing our boundaries at the same time.
Three Howard alumni are leading the charge to broaden the palate of New Haven’s once white-dominated arts and culture scene
Howard's first Division I men's and women's golf team remember the history of the sport as they work to make its future more diverse and inclusive.
What can we expect as the pandemic winds down? Howard's experts say there will be challenges, but also some blessings.
The Mecca had been too quiet for far too long. But this Fall, our campus is full once again. The Yard is bustling with the sounds of students rushing from class to class. The classrooms are filled with discussion and conversation. Even the silence of the libraries feels more active and energetic.Read President Frederick’s Letter
A Howard-led team of cross-disciplinary researchers is developing a new method to detect structural problems.
Howard looks forward at the IBM-HBCU Quantum Center.
The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment tells Howard's story through data and dashboards.
Doctoral candidate in physics Kenisha Ford uncovers a potential
pathway for new targeted breast cancer treatment.