August 10, 2020 • Press Release

Howard University Hosts First-Ever Virtual Black Womxn’s Summit on Black Women’s Equal Pay Day

WASHINGTON – Thursday, Aug. 13 is Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, meaning Black [and Africana] womxn work four months more than white women and eight months into the “new” year before making as much as their white male counterparts.

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Howard University has produced four Rhodes Scholars, 11 Trumans, more than 165 Fulbright recipients...
August 7, 2020 • Article

Re-opening Decision Update

President Frederick announces decision to to move all undergraduate courses for the Fall 2020 semester fully online, and non-residential.

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August 5, 2020 • Article

Howard University Selects Echo360 Video Platform to Deliver Seamless, High-Quality Classroom, Hybrid and Online Learning During and After COVID-19 Pandemic

Top ranked HBCU taps leading video platform to provide faculty and students with active learning experiences, both virtually and in-person

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August 4, 2020 • Article

Howard’s Re-opening Plan Receives District Approval

President Frederick announces the DC Office of Planning and the DC Department of Health have reviewed our prevention, containment and mitigation measures, along with our communication and data collection plans, and deemed them compliant with the requirements of the Coronavirus 2019 Guidance for Colleges and Universities.

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August 1, 2020 • Article

Office of the President: Re-opening Updates on Housing, Fees and Quarantine

Howard University President Wayne Frederick provides updates to the campus community regarding the Fall Re-opening Plan, Feesand Quarantine.

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July 31, 2020 • Article

Howard Ph.D. Student Receives $10K Winslow Sargeant Doctoral Award to Research Voter Disenfranchisement of Formerly Incarcerated Persons

She hopes to serve as an ambassador of Ronald W. Walter’s legacy by “encouraging the black community to recognize and assert the dynamism of its individual and collective political voices.”

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Our motto is Veritas et Utilitas (Truth and Service).
July 28, 2020 • Article

Howard University Receives Transformative Gift from Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott

The Scott gift marks the largest gift from a single donor in school history.

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July 28, 2020 • Article

Racial Justice Groups Urge Lawmakers to Address Structural Racism in Coronavirus Relief

The Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center at Howard University School of Law and other advocatesare urging U.S. lawmakers to do more to address structural racism in the next coronavirus relief package.

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