Comer: Learning, Earning, and Returning

Donald M. Comer, Stillman Board of Trustees Chair

Donald Comer, who serves as the staff vice president of operations analysis for FedEx, details how to make HBCUs “viable contenders” in higher ed and the workforce.

Stillman’s NAIA Run Falls Short, 69-67

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – There’s HBCU heartbreak in the heartland as Stillman College’s hopes for a historic trip to the NAIA Quarterfinals were dashed in the final minute Thursday, March […]

Choosing a Career in the age of COVID-19

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Stillman Students Prepare for K-12 Peer Tutoring Program

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Sessions held virtually with select students in Greene County Schools By David Miller The challenges of virtual learning are aplenty. Disparities in access to technology, uneven engagement, and inconsistent attendance affect […]

Stillman juniors named as national HBCU Scholars

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The White House has selected two Stillman College students to its 2021 HBCU Scholars Initiative.  Kennedy-MyCal Davis, a junior business administration major from Prichard, and Roulan Abunahla, a junior business […]