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Posts For Tag: "African American Students"

You Can Do This

Briarri Bryant, ACT Scholar and Kirkwood Community College student

More than a decade ago, as part of ACT’s 50th anniversary celebration, ACT established the ACT Scholars Program, as part of a pair of endowments to

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ACT Scholar: Omolola Ahnaman

Omolola Ahnaman, Ph.D. candidate and ACT Scholar, University of Iowa

In celebration of a decade of the ACT Scholar program, we are highlighting our ACT Scholars and their education journey. Read more about the program

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You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know, Yet.

Taylor Scudder, teacher, Northwest Junior High School

What was your motivation for going to college and earning a degree? Who inspired or supported you in your college-going journey? When thinking back about

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Guest Blog: Well-Meaning College Advising Is Not Enough

Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy, Ph.D., dean, School of Education American University and director, Center for Postsecondary Readiness and Success

Two pandemics—COVID-19 and racial injustice—have the U.S. in a state of reckoning. This summer’s spread of COVID-19 and murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Rashard

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Finding Freedom at HBCUs

Maya Cade, senior account manager, Verified Strategy

Perhaps we all know that 25 percent of degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) obtained by Black Americans are from Historically Black Colleges

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