Hampton Roads Middle School Boys to Head to HU this Summer for Hands-On Classes in Coding, 3D Design, EntrepreneurshipHampton University Becomes One of 12 University Partners of the Verizon Minority Male Makers Program Hampton, Va. – Minority boys from middle schools across Hampton Roads will have the opportunity to learn technology skills this summer at Hampton University as part of the Verizon Minority Male Makers Program. Hampton University is one of 12 institutions to offer the Verizon Minority Male Makers Program, which launched in 2015 at four leading Historically Black Colleges and Universities across the country. “We are very pleased to be partnering with Verizon on the Verizon Minority Male Maker Program directed by Hampton University," said HU President Dr. William R. Harvey. "Through this program we will offer these promising young students from the Hampton Roads area, hands-on-learning experiences with advanced technology and long-term mentoring. This investment by Verizon will impact Hampton University, our partner schools in this community …
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Hampton, VA - Take advantage of Hampton University’s general education course offerings during the 2016 summer session via HU Online. Approximately 12 general education courses that will be offered this summer, as well as several specialized courses. Classes are listed on the course catalog and students can take up to 6 credit hours online to go towards their degree. Summer session is May 23-July 22, 2016.
The Scripps Howard School of Journalism & Communications (SHSJC) , along with its student-run public relations firm, BRAND757 , have partnered with Glazed Doughnuts of Hampton to provide deliciously HU themed gourmet doughnuts to students as Reading Day study snacks. The Glazed Doughnuts pop-up shop will operate from 2pm-4pm on the lawn behind SCRIPPS and the cafeteria.
Hampton University is pleased to announce that Dr. Stefan Malone Cooper, Jr. and Dr. Marcos J. Guerrero-Munoz have joined the HU Department of Engineering as research assistant professors under a National Science Foundation PREM grant. The grant is designed to increase the number of minority and underrepresented STEM professors at colleges and universities.
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