5 things to know about IBM’s tech investment in HBCUs

A worthwhile investment.

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IBM announced a quantum education and research initiative for historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) back in September 2020. Then, in May 2021, it extended its IBM Global University Program with HBCUs to 40 schools. This is positive news as Black student representation in STEM is still lacking despite a rich and influential history in the sciences.

IBM put together a list of 5 things to know about those activities in case you wanted to know more.

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