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HBCU Engage 2023 emagazine

HBCU Engage convened HBCUs, industry, government, nonprofits, and other institutions to share practical ways to enhance research engagement with one another.

HBCU Engage 2023 convened 165 unique organizations (HBCUs, industry, government, nonprofits, and other institutions) to share practical ways to enhance research engagement with one another. These institutions have much to gain by collaborating and partnering for research and program development.

See the summary, key takeaways, and photos in the event emagazine.

Get ready for HBCU Engage 2024! We’ll gather in Baltimore, April 16-17, 2024, for an incredible forum to share opportunities and solve barriers to engagement. Learn more and reserve your seat at

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