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Priceless Vol 1 Number 9


THE HBCU ADVOCATE


Our Future Depends On It www.thehbcuadvocate.com


Serving HBCU Alumni, Students, Faculty, Staff and Friends


40th Annual Conference on the Black Family


Page 9


Delaware State University Establishes Presidential Search Committee


The Future of Black Women


HBCU Awarded $450,000 Air Force Research Grant


Page 13 Page 15


Dr. William R. Harvey Receives John Hope Franklin Award


Free Spring 2018


Dr. Harvey with fellow 2018 Franklin Award winners Dr. Darlene Hine and Dr. James Duderstadt Delaware facilitate


has established a Presidential Search


DOVER, Del. State


will lead to the appointment of the 11th president of Delaware


the process that Committee


as the permanent successor to former President Harry L. Williams.


State University


17-member committee is Mr. John Ridgeway, interim vice chair of the DSU Board of Trustees, as well as alumnus and senior executive with the Toyota Motor Corporation; the committee’s vice chair is Ms. Lois M. Hobbs, DSU Board of Trustees member and former superintendent of the Indian River School District in Sussex County.


The chairperson of the the committee include Other members


following:;Dr. Devona Williams, interim chair, DSU Board of Trustees


the of


University to





Castle, member, DSU Board of


interim of


Social SciencesDr. Cherese Winstead, chair, Department of Chemistry; Dr. Nirmaljit Rathee, Education Graduate Program director, College of Education,


Arts, Humanities


College and


Public Policy Dr. Praveen Pinjani,


Health


associate professor, College of Business; Dr. Gulnihal Ozbay, research professor, College


associate Agriculture of College dean/


Sciences; Mr. Dennis Jones, director of Media Relations, Department of Athletics; Ms. Naima


recording secretary Student Government Association Ms. Sheila Davis, president, DSU Alumni Association;


Duncan, PRESIDENTIAL SEARCH PAGE 14 and Related of and


Dr. Francine Edwards, dean,


The Honorable Michael


Trustees; Ms. Irene Chapman-Hawkins, vice president, Human Resources


WASHINGTON – Hampton University President Dr. William


Harvey received the prestigious John Hope Franklin Award, recognizing his outstanding achievements in higher education, at the 100th national meeting of the American Council of Education in Washington, D.C.


R.


The award, presented by Diverse: Issues In Higher Education magazine, is named in memory of Dr. Franklin’s scholarly contributions to the nation on an ongoing basis. Past award recipients


include Dr. Clifton Wharton, Bill and Melinda Gates, Dr. Maya Angelou and legendary civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.). Dr. Harvey knew and respected Dr. Franklin.


In his acceptance remarks, Dr. Harvey said, “I was privileged to know this giant of a man on a personal basis starting in 1970 when he was chairman of the board of trustees at Fisk University and I was assistant to the president. His honesty, integrity,


of adversity, dignity and demonstrated intellect, courage in the face DR. HARVEY PAGE 11


President David Wilson Receives Maryland Senate’s First Citizen Award


During a Maryland special


ceremony held on the floor of The Senate Chamber, President of the


Senate


Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. honored Morgan State University President David Wilson with the


2018 First


Healthy Recipe Editorial


HBCU Sports Opinion


This Edition’s Highlights of Sweet Potato Tater Tot Nachos


Healthy Mind, Body and Spirit = Healthy Finances Claflin Accepted in CIAA Lifting Up New Leaders-The Future of Black Women


Upcoming Events Scholarships Watch


CAU Small Business Conference Jesse Jackson Fellows Scholarship 4


11 13 10 6


Award, in service


the 15 of Maryland Citizen


his distinguished to


and his


ongoing contributions to the advancement of higher education. Dr. Wilson was one of three recipients of the award, including University of Maryland, College President Wallace Loh and


Park Maryland


Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera.


“It is truly an honor to be included


among the distinguished Marylanders to have received this great recognition,” Dr. Wilson said. “I accept this award on behalf of the many hands that have participated in the fulfillment of a shared vision for the


success of our university and our students. It is their dedication that has made this honor possible.”


The First Citizen Award is given


annually by the president of the Maryland Senate to Marylanders who have been dedicated and effective participants in the process of making government work for the benefit of all. The award is named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton, who wrote a series of influential letters published in 1773 in the Maryland Gazette under the name “First Citizen.” At the time,


CITIZEN AWARD PAGE 14


recognition people


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