HBCU Review: Tuskegee Ranked High for Women and Minorities in STEM

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Tuskegee Ranked High for Women and Minorities in STEM

A new HBCU; campus shooting at Grambling; scholarship funds for Kentucky State; and other HBCU news headlines.  Dorkys Ramos

Forbes has named Tuskegee University as one of the best schools for women and minorities in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. The school came in 6th place out of the list of 20 best colleges that help these groups succeed in STEM. (Photos from left: Courtesy of Tuskegee University, Courtesy of STEMtech)

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