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    July 18, 2024 | Featured

    The Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival Announces Official Selections

    The Sixth Annual Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival will include 40 films. Among these 40, 18 films have been nominated for awards in these four... Read More
    July 12, 2024 | Featured

    Dr. David A. Thomas Announces Retirement as President of Morehouse College

    Dear Morehouse Community, I write to inform you that I have decided to step down from the presidency of Morehouse College, effective June 30, 2025. Serving as president of... Read More
    July 12, 2024 | Featured

    Record-breaking President Dr. David A. Thomas Announces Retirement from Morehouse College; National Search for the 13th President to Begin Immediately

    Morehouse College today announces the retirement of Dr. David A. Thomas as president, effective June 30, 2025. "Record-breaking" defines Thomas's tenure at the College. Its... Read More

    Humanities, Social Sciences, Media, and The Arts

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    July 16, 2024 | Humanities, Social Sciences, Media, and The Arts

    Professor Avery O. Williams '86 writes Screenplay for Lifetime Original "Abducted at an HBCU: A Black Girl Missing Movie"

    Professor Avery O. Williams '86, an Assistant Professor in the Cinema, Television. and Emerging Media Studies(CTEMS) Department, has written the screenplay for a gripping... Read More
    July 10, 2024 | Humanities, Social Sciences, Media, and The Arts

    Dr. Sims-Alvarado Speaks to the New Collection of Newspaper Articles Related to Enslaved People in the United States Pre-1870

    Today Ancestry®, the global leader in family history, has announced the publication of approximately 38,000 newspaper articles related to enslaved people in the United States... Read More

    Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

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    July 17, 2024 | Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

    Dr. Calvin Mackie ’90 is Transforming K-12 STEM Education through Non profit, STEM NOLA

    Dr. Calvin Mackie '90 is revolutionizing K-12 STEM education with his nonprofit organization, STEM NOLA. As an engineer, professor, entrepreneur, author, philanthropist,... Read More

    Business and Economics

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    June 10, 2024 | Business and Economics

    MOREHOUSE INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTER HOSTS 2024 ASCEND NATIONAL CONFERENCE JUNE 11-13

    Morehouse Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center (MIEC), a leader in higher education and industry collaborations for entrepreneurs of color in metro Atlanta since 2004, is... Read More
    February 28, 2024 | Business and Economics

    research Led by Dr. Tiffany Bussey shows business clinics boost minority entrepreneurship

    Originally published on Feb 26,2024 on AJC.com On a recent Tuesday, Dr. Tiffany Bussey was welcomed about a dozen other entrepreneurs to a conference room in... Read More

    Professional and Continuing Studies

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    April 1, 2024 | Professional and Continuing Studies

    Morehouse College Center for Excellence in Education hosts exclusive screening for Ava DuVernay's film 'Origin'

    Earlier this year, in collaboration with Array, the Morehouse College Center for Excellence in Education (MCEE) treated Morehouse and Spelman students and staff to an... Read More
    May 23, 2023 | News Post

    Faculty Blog: Diversity Does Not Divide Us. Ignorance Does

    By Dr. David A. Thomas, president of Morehouse College, and Dr. Nina Gilbert, executive director of the Morehouse College Center of Excellence in Education Originally... Read More

    Student Success

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    July 12, 2024 | Student Success

    Jeremy Hall '26 Rings Closing Bell At Nasdaq

    Jeremy Hall '26, a second year Biology (pre-med) and finance minor at Morehouse College, grew up on the city’s South Side. Because of his participation in One Goal, he was... Read More
    July 9, 2024 | Student Success

    Morehouse College Ultimate Club Makes History at D-III Southeast Regional Championship

    The Morehouse College Ultimate Club recently made history as the first Historically Black College and University (HBCU) team and the second all-Black team ever to compete in... Read More
    June 20, 2024 | Student Success

    Empowering Scholars: The Rewards and Insights of International Election Observation

    Written by Christopher Lambry '27, Top Ranking Scholar & Philosophy Major Read More

    Alumni Achievement

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    July 17, 2024 | Alumni Achievement

    Grammy Award-winning Justin “Henny tha Bizness” Henderson ’02 elected to the National Board of the Recording Academy

    Morehouse College is proud to recognize Grammy Award-winning producer Justin “Henny tha Bizness” Henderson, Morehouse College Class of 2002, for being elected to the National... Read More
    July 17, 2024 | Alumni Achievement

    Kimarley Henry’s '24 Short Film "Chad’s Night Out" Nominated for Best Animated Film at the Liberia Film Awards

    Kimarley Henry, a recent Class of 2024 alum, has achieved remarkable success with his short film adaptation, “Chad’s Night Out.” This animated short has been selected for the... Read More

    Partnerships of Purpose

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    May 14, 2024 | Partnerships of Purpose

    Google Expands its $1 Million Investment in Morehouse CollegeWith Addition of New Google Annex Classroom

    After partnering with the UNCF last fall to contribute $1 million to Morehouse College for the construction of a new Student Center, Google has made another investment in... Read More
    May 10, 2024 | Partnerships of Purpose

    Herrendorf Family Foundation to Fund New Scholarship for Morehouse College Students

    The Herrendorf Family Foundation (HFF) is contributing $20,000 to help clear the remaining balances of 20 financially struggling students at Morehouse College, the nation’s... Read More
    April 24, 2024 | Partnerships of Purpose

    Morehouse College and Leading Tech Company Sage Launch Program to Help Prepare Next Generation of Tech Entrepreneurs

    Sage, the leader in accounting, financial, HR, and payroll technology for small and medium-sized businesses, has contributed $100,000 to Morehouse College, the nation’s only... Read More

    Centers, Institutes and Programs

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    July 11, 2024 | Centers, Institutes and Programs

    Morehouse College wins the 2023-24 SIAC Citizenship Award

    The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference recognized Morehouse College as the winner of the 2023-24 SIAC Citizenship Award, presented by Georgia Power, at its 2024... Read More
    July 5, 2024 | Faculty Blog

    Recognizing Juneteenth and Celebrating Higher Education Inside the US Federal Correctional Institution in Atlanta

    Written by Dr. Kipton Jensen, Professor of Philosophy & Lead of the Higher Education in Prisons Initiative at the Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership (AYCGL) Read More
    June 20, 2024 | Centers, Institutes and Programs

    The Oprah Winfrey South Africa Leadership Program  visits Johannesburg, Pretoria, Pilanesburg, and Cape Town, South Africa

    On May 19, 2024, nine Oprah Winfrey scholars embarked on the 12-day South Africa Leadership Program! This transformative study abroad experience included visits to... Read More

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    July 18, 2024 | Featured

    The Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival Announces Official Selections

    The Sixth Annual Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival will include 40 films. Among these 40, 18 films have been nominated for awards in these four... Read More
    July 17, 2024 | Alumni Achievement

    Grammy Award-winning Justin “Henny tha Bizness” Henderson ’02 elected to the National Board of the Recording Academy

    Morehouse College is proud to recognize Grammy Award-winning producer Justin “Henny tha Bizness” Henderson, Morehouse College Class of 2002, for being elected to the National... Read More
    July 17, 2024 | Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

    Dr. Calvin Mackie ’90 is Transforming K-12 STEM Education through Non profit, STEM NOLA

    Dr. Calvin Mackie '90 is revolutionizing K-12 STEM education with his nonprofit organization, STEM NOLA. As an engineer, professor, entrepreneur, author, philanthropist,... Read More
    July 17, 2024 | Alumni Achievement

    Kimarley Henry’s '24 Short Film "Chad’s Night Out" Nominated for Best Animated Film at the Liberia Film Awards

    Kimarley Henry, a recent Class of 2024 alum, has achieved remarkable success with his short film adaptation, “Chad’s Night Out.” This animated short has been selected for the... Read More
    July 16, 2024 | Humanities, Social Sciences, Media, and The Arts

    Professor Avery O. Williams '86 writes Screenplay for Lifetime Original "Abducted at an HBCU: A Black Girl Missing Movie"

    Professor Avery O. Williams '86, an Assistant Professor in the Cinema, Television. and Emerging Media Studies(CTEMS) Department, has written the screenplay for a gripping... Read More
    July 12, 2024 | Featured

    Dr. David A. Thomas Announces Retirement as President of Morehouse College

    Dear Morehouse Community, I write to inform you that I have decided to step down from the presidency of Morehouse College, effective June 30, 2025. Serving as president of... Read More
    July 12, 2024 | Featured

    Record-breaking President Dr. David A. Thomas Announces Retirement from Morehouse College; National Search for the 13th President to Begin Immediately

    Morehouse College today announces the retirement of Dr. David A. Thomas as president, effective June 30, 2025. "Record-breaking" defines Thomas's tenure at the College. Its... Read More
    July 12, 2024 | Featured

    Dr. Stephane Dunn, Advisory Committee Member at the Margaret Mitchell House, Featured in Latest Exhibit

    Originally published on AJC.comWhen the pandemic began in 2020, forcing all museums in town to shut down for months, the Atlanta History Center decided it was the right time... Read More