Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Postsecondary Success

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VIDEO: Presidents of Historically Black Universities

President Harry Williams of Delaware State University and President Ronald Carter of Johnson C. Smith University discuss with Gates Foundation Postsecondary Director Dan Greenstein the changes their universities have made to advance student success.

 

VIDEO: Students of Historically Black Universities
Students from Delaware State University and Johnson C. Smith University share their personal stories on how they beat the odds to be successful.

 

VIDEO: Dr. Harry Williams of Delaware State University
Dr. Harry Williams, president of Delaware State University, discusses how his institution doesn’t cherry-pick students, and instead accepts them as they are and helps them to be successful.

 

VIDEO: Dr. Ronald Carter of Johnson C. Smith University
Dr. Ronald Carter, president of Johnson C. Smith University, speaks to the moral obligation to afford equal opportunity to the new student majority.

 

VIDEO: Hajira Attah, Student at Johnson C. Smith University
Hajira Attah speaks to the personalized support she received at Johnson C. Smith University.

 

VIDEO: Kyle Sheppard, Student at Delaware State University
Kyle Sheppard reflects on his experience at Delaware State University.

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