April 21, 2014
At Black Colleges, Internationalization Raises Special Concerns
Justin Ide for The Chronicle
The nation’s historically black colleges have a legacy of international engagement.
They educated generations of political, business, and scientific leaders, from Africa as well as from countries such as India, whose graduates were not always welcome at other American institutions.
Many black colleges developed close ties with foreign universities. Some, with roots as agricultural colleges, played an important role in development work overseas.