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    New Orleans Universities Discuss Post Katrina Recovery at NCORE PDF Print E-mail
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    Former Dillard president Dr. Marvalene Hughes discussed the devastation and recovery process of the institution post Katrina, at the 26th annual National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education. She was joined by presidents of Xavier, Tulane, Loyola, Southern and Howard Universities.


    Newly Funded Program Targets Single Parent Students PDF Print E-mail
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    The nationally renowned Keys to Degrees residential program for single parents has been awarded a $700,000 grant for replication at Dillard University in New Orleans. With funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the program will provide educational opportunities for enrolled student parents and their children together at Dillard University beginning in fall 2013.

    “Our students have a need for a program like this, and we are absolutely excited to work with Endicott College to serve the needs of our single parents on campus,” said Dr. Kevin Bastian, Assistant Vice President for Student Success and Support Services, Dillard University.

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    Dr. Beverly Wright Keynote at Rutgers University Climate Conference PDF Print E-mail
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    Dillard's Dr. Beverly Wright, environmental justice advocate, author, civic leader, professor of Sociology and executive director of the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice at Dillard University was a keynote speaker. She pointed to the need to address risks to vulnerable populations, drawing upon experiences of displaced African-American and minority residents of New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina.

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    HBCU Staffer Responds to Dr. Kimbrough Op-Ed PDF Print E-mail
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    In an article in HBCU Digest online, a staff member of Mississippi Valley State University discusses philanthropy and institutional advancement at HBCUs, in response to Dillard President Dr. Walter Kimbrough's op-ed in the L.A. Times.

    "HBCUs must begin to proactively invest to a much greater measure in their own institutional philanthropic infrastructures," says author Dr. Zachary Faison Jr.

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    Higher Education Conference in New Orleans PDF Print E-mail
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    The National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) gets underway in New Orleans today.The conference will be May 28 to June 1 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside hotel. Dillard President Dr. Walter Kimbrough will participate.


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