Education

TSU interim president: ‘I’ve come from behind the curtain’

Following the departure of former Texas Southern University President Dr. Austin Lane, all eyes are now on Kenneth Huewitt, who’s served as the university’s chief financial officer for the past three years. Huewitt is ready, and feels his diverse background will give TSU and its watchful board exactly what is needed to maintain the dignity and integrity of the institution, which is the second largest of the nation’s Historically Black College and Universities (HBCU).

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Booker T. Washington High School principal shares his ‘new normal’

Due to the COVID-19 / Coronavirus outbreak, it has been decided that Texas schools will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. It's an adjustment period for all as educators and students were forced to immediately switch to an online learning platform, which is new for most, and Carlos Phillips stresses balance is key.

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TSU hosts virtual watch party with DJ Paul “PD” Davis

HOUSTON – Join Texas Southern University on Facebook Live Saturday for a Virtual Gathering connecting fellow Tigers during this global pandemic. KTSU DJ Paul “PD” Davis will lift everyone’s spirits. Go to TSU’s Facebook page @AlumniRelationsOfficeTexasSouthernUniversity to join and in the comments section tell them what song you want to hear during the one-hour Watch

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Congresswoman Johnson announces more than $10M in Coronavirus relief for colleges and universities

Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson announced Friday that colleges and universities within the 30th Congressional District will receive more than $10 Million in emergency grants to help cover significant financial loses. At least half of the funding to the institutions is required to be distributed to students in the form of emergency cash grants to help students pay for housing, food, and other necessities.

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