By: Matthew White
Hampton University graduate student Larry Redd, Jr. has been named a John A. Knauss Fellow and will spend one year working on Capitol Hill assisting with US policy on marine fisheries.
Redd, the first HU student selected for this award, is graduate student in biology (environmental track) and is conducting his research in the Department of Marine and Environmental Science's Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science Center where Dr. Deidre Gibson serves as the Principal Investigator.
From learning about digital media, to ballroom dancing, kayaking, and biomedical research, there were a variety of summer programs on campus this summer. The campus was filled with students of all ages learning new skills and sharpening old ones. Take a look at some of the exciting programs that were held all across campus.
By Yuri Milligan
Grant to Support the School's Center for Innovation in Digital Media, and Challenges Additional Donors to Provide Matching Funds Towards the Goal of Raising a Total of $1 Million
Hampton University's Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications today announced a $500,000 Challenge Grant from 21st Century Fox, the world's leading portfolio of film and television brands. The funds, which are conditional on the school raising a matching amount of $500,000, will support activities inside the Scripps Howard School's new Center for Innovation in Digital Media. Established through initial funding provided by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Center is designed to enable Hampton University students to learn about and explore new ways of gathering and distributing media content.