Hampton University

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Hampton University,

at Hampton, Va.; coeducational; founded 1868, chartered 1870 as a normal and agricultural school; known as Hampton Institute 1930–84. Founded by Samuel Chapman Armstrong, it was among the first black colleges and also pioneered in Native American education. Hampton's library is noted for its Peabody Collection on African-American history and culture.
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RADM Trent-Adams received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Hampton University, a Master of Science in Nursing and Health Policy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Nineteenth Street Baptist Church-John Brinkley Golf Tournament or to Hampton University.
Hampton University is a historically black college, and Obama noted the huge disparity in educational achievement between African Americans and other racial groups in the United States and the world.
Currently, 15 % of the international students at Hampton University are student athletes.
It examines trends primarily during the past two decades and compares HBCUs to non-HBCU institutions, to different Carnegie types of institutions, and to a select group of baccalaureate colleges--the Oberlin 50 (minus Hampton University which is an HBCU).
Carnegie's major accomplishments include initiating the baccalaureate nursing program at historically black Hampton University in Virginia, where the Nursing Archives are named in her honor; and serving as Dean, Florida A&M University School of Nursing, Tallahassee, Florida.
Carnegie, editor of Nursing Research for 35 years, initiated the baccalaureate nursing program at the historically black Hampton University in Virginia, where the archives are named in her honor.
Senior center Tim Clifford had 22 points and six rebounds to lead Holy Cross to a 60-52 victory over Hampton University in men's basketball before 3,363 fans Saturday night at the Convocation Center.
Called the Emancipation Oak and located on the grounds at Hampton University, the live oak (Quercus virginiana) marks the spot where the Emancipation Proclamation was first read to local slaves by African American educator Mary Peak.
in 1993, a bachelor's degree in emergency management systems from Hampton University, Hampton, Va.
Aneesha Perkins, 20, a senior at Hampton University, says, "When I started college, I bought from the bookstore.
She holds a bachelor's degree in applied psychology form Loyola University in Chicago and a master's degree in counseling from Hampton University in Hampton, Va.