President Dwaun J. Warmack was recently featured in a Diverse Issues in Higher Education article titled “HBCUs in Collaboration to Tell Their Stories.”
He was quoted during a panel discussion at the Higher Education Leadership Foundation’s "Ideation, Innovation & Collaboration: The Future of HBCUs" conference held earlier this month. “Student success is everyone’s responsibility—too often we’re siloed, and I hear all the time, ‘I stay in my lane,’” said Warmack. “So be intentionally thinking about student success, and it starts with inquiry process, from application, matriculation, graduation, to gainful employment. It is integral that every person touches that student and plays a role in their success.” The Higher Education Leadership Foundation (H.E.L.F.) was established in March 2015 to provide bold, engaging and innovative learning and mentoring opportunities for current and aspiring leaders.