Month: November 2022
As a Texas Southern University (TSU) Grad, We Care Rx Pharmacy owner, Dr. Brandy Williams, understands the struggle of long days and nights studying, searching, pleading, and applying for funding to purchase reading materials and items needed to get through the pharmacology program. Recently contributing $100,000 to TSU’s pharmacy program, Williams’ plans to continue these […]
By Matthew J. Parker The Center for Journalism and Democracy (CJD) invited budding journalism students from seven Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Tuesday, Nov. 15, to attend its inaugural Democracy Summit on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. Students and their professors sat alongside dozens of professional journalists and renowned members of […]
A team of Texas Southern University journalists travels to Washington, D.C., for the Democracy Summit at Howard University.
The research showed that Black adults who had enrolled in an HBCU had a 35% lower probability of developing metabolic syndrome by midlife compared to Black adults who enrolled in predominantly white schools.
The program aims to address the racial disparities in healthcare by fostering talent, preparedness, and growth among underrepresented students in science and medicine to pursue careers in biomedical science.
“Graduating students must be prepared to reconcile or strike a balance between their values and the culture of the organizations they aspire to. Some corporate cultures require a certain look or presentation to suit specific expectations.” These are one of the few takeaways when the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of the Houston-based AIX […]