Rediscovering HBCUs In Higher Education
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In this episode, Dr. Christopher Brown talks to us about how the public is rediscovering the role and impact of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States. HBCUs have been known for producing solid graduate outcomes and Dr. Brown shares why he thinks that is - also hear more about Kentucky State University, the most diversity HBCU in the country. KSU saw record enrollment this fall and the institution is thriving - find out why in this episode.
Dr. M. Christopher Brown II is the 18th president of Kentucky State University and founder of the Atwood Institute on Race, Education, and the Democratic Ideal. A native of Charleston, South Carolina, Brown earned a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education from South Carolina State University, a Master of Science in education policy and evaluation from the University of Kentucky, and a Doctor of Philosophy in higher education from the Pennsylvania State University.
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