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Historically black universities get aid to internationalize campus, curricula

Seven historically black colleges and universities have been selected by the American Council on Education to receive assistance on internationalizing their campuses and curricula, The Chronicle of Higher Education reported. Over the next two years, the American Council on Education will partner with the selected institutions to review their current international activities to devise new strategies to expand their global outlook. The institutions are Lincoln (Mo.), Dillard, Howard, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State, Savannah State, Tuskegee and Virginia State universities.