Faculty Member and Alumnus; Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute
Amaza Lee Meredith was born in Lynchburg, VA in 1895. She earned a certificate in Rural Education in 1915 from the Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute. She returned to the Univeristy and in 1922 graduated with a Normal Degree as...
Booker T. Washington, is Hampton's Most Honored Graduate. After Hearing About a School for Colored People, He Set Off and Arrived at Hampton. He Enrolled at Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute on October 5, 1872. He Studied to Become a...
Clarence Wilson Entered Tennessee A & I State College in 1945 on a Basketball Scholarship. Wilson Captained the Tigers From 1945-1949. During These Four Years, He Was Selected All-Mid-Western Conference Team. Under the Guidance of Coach...
Federal City College;
Seals (Numismatics) -- Washington (D.C.) -- Federal City College
College seal of the Federal City College (FCC). Federal City College was formed in 1968 as a college of liberal arts and sciences to provide affordable education to any DC resident who graduated from high school or had a GED. FCC was the first...
High School Teacher; College Faculty Member; Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute
Dannie Starr graduated from Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute in 1928. Her career at Virginia State included time teaching at the university high school and as a member of the college faculty after 1940. She later married Charles Townes.
Miner Teachers College;
Miner Teachers College -- Fraternities and Sororities
Delta Sigma Theta – The Alpha chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was authorized to make charter members of the Beta Iota Chapter. The charter members were initiated by the Alpha chapter on February 14, 1936. The charter members, who had...
College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- Wilson Teachers College;
Higbie, Edgar C.;
Wilson Teachers College;
Wilson Teachers College -- Presidents
Dr. Higbie (1875- 1944) was appointed president of Wilson Teachers College in 1931. Dr. Higbie retired as President of Wilson Teachers College in February 1941, because of ill health. He remained on the faculty until his death in 1944.
College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- District of Columbia Teachers College;
District Of Columbia Teachers College;
District Of Columbia Teachers College – Presidents
Dr. Paul P. Cooke, was the third president of DCTC and served from 1966 through 1974.
Dr. Cooke has lived in the District of Columbia since 1921, when his family moved from Harlem, New York. He graduated from Dunbar High School. He earned a BA...