President Ribeau recently sent a letter to the Howard community discussing the fiscal challenges that our University, like others, is facing. read more
Barbara Little: Building Relationships Through Excellence, Loyalty and Service What struck Barbara Little the most when she first arrived at Howard in January 1975 was the bustle and energy on campus.
“I had been looking at the University from the outside,” Little said. “It was interesting to see all of the buildings and the students and other people going in and out of the schools and colleges. It was fascinating to see all the activity.”
What has kept her here for 35 years are the people and the relationships that she has forged. As the biographic records coordinator in the Office of Advancement Services, Little stays connected to Howard alumni. She is engaged in research and collaboration with other departments to ensure that vital information in the alumni database is accurate. read more...
Critical Lessons in Ghana: A Postcard from the Motherland Four graduate students (including the three of us) in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, John H. Johnson School of Communications, embarked on a humanitarian
journey. . . read more. . .
at Howard The 18th Annual Scandrett Fundraising Brunch and Scholarship Awards Ceremony was held in March. Emeka John Eni, who is pursuing a law degree; Ivy Jean Pierce, a psychology major; Leighton E. Francis, a graduate student . . .read more. . .
News Valerie Jarrett, senior advisor to President Barack Obama and assistant to
the president for Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement, led
a special discussion on campus this month with female graduate and undergraduate students . . . read more. . .