Dr. Brown has more than two decades of senior-level academic and administrative experience. As Dean of CNAHS, Dr. Brown has responsibility for leadership, marketing, management, and assisting in curriculum design of education programs that serve this academic arena, as well as the global community. The Dean works closely with health industry partners to determine program development needs, to design innovative curricula that enhance employees' skills and knowledge and which comply with professional accreditation requirements. She has an extensive track record of developing new academic programs, securing grants, and enhancing the academic accreditation process. Dr. Brown is a dual graduate of Oakwood University in Huntsville, Ala, where she earned Associate and Bachelor degrees in nursing (1984) and biology (1985). Dr. Brown earned a Master of Science degree in Health Services Administration from Central Michigan University in 1989, and her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Nursing Administration from George Mason University in 1999.
Simone Yhap is a Senior Pre-Med Biology Major, and a Political Science and Chemistry double minor from West Moreland, Jamaica by way of Brooklyn, New York. Since her senior year of high school, she has been active in the non-profit sector by volunteering with the Family on Three Foundation, a 501©3 non-profit organization focused on youth empowerment, enrichment and mentorship through basketball and motivational workshops.
Mrs. Brooks has been employed at HU for 17 years, making her an integral part of the Department of Public Safety.
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Howard University today announced the 2019 Homecoming dates, scheduled Oct. 5-13, 2019, in line with the launch of the Howard University Football Schedule announcement. The highly anticipated 2019 homecoming football game will take place on Saturday, Oct. 12 against Norfolk State.
Like so many others who have come before me, attending Howard University has opened numerous doors in my life. Receiving the recognition of becoming a competitive scholar is significant because it grants me the opportunity to advocate for the important role HBCUs play at this critical moment in our nation. HBCU students are history in the making and we must do all that we can to ensure their stories are told.”
Diversity has not been one of Silicon Valley's strong points. But as a new generation of technology professionals prepares to enter the workforce, that may be changing.
She started her nursing career at Howard in 1971, when it was still called Freedmen’s Hospital.
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