In 2014, when Howard chose a new president, there was one woman dean. Today, there are 10. Here’s how they’re changing the University — and the paths for Howard students.
The Women Deans of Howard University
In 2014, when Howard chose a new president, there was one woman dean. Today, there are 10. Here’s how they’re changing the University — and the paths for Howard students.Read Story
Letter from the Editor
In mid-August, I was (miraculously) able to gather nine women deans of Howard University together, in one room, for a photo shoot. (We caught up with Dean Andrea Hayes Dixon later in October, after she was named dean of the medical school). All of them recognized the importance of their positions, both as a Black leader and as a Black woman. This was important, they acknowledged, to have students – male and female – see this as something very normal and achievable.
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