• Black Colleges Team Up, Help Students Statewide - University of Alabama Journalism
    The Alabama HBCU Co-Op aims to create a pipeline between HBCUs and top companies, industries and non-profits around the state in order to give HBCU students the receive on-the-job training while in school.
  • Past Meets Present - Retired Marshall scientist, Jeanette Scissum-Mickens, was honored by Governor Kay Ivey at the Alabama Historically Black Colleges and Universities Roundtable Discussion: Minority Women in STEM event held at the University of Alabama A&M in Huntsville, Alabama. Scissum-Mickens was honored as the “Hidden Figure of Alabama A&M.” She was the first African-American mathematician hired by Marshall in 1964.
  • Governor Hosts Alabama HBCU Presidents - The first Alabama HBCU Presidents’ retreat was hosted by the Governor’s Office, GOMA and the Alabama Legislative Black Caucus to provide a forum for meaningful dialogue among HBCU presidents and Alabama legislators.