MMTC Donates To Communications School At Howard U.
February 11, 2010 at 3:09 PM (PT)
The MINORITY MEDIA AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL has donated $175,000 to the JOHN H. JOHNSON SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS at HOWARD UNIVERSITY in WASHINGTON. The donations include funds towards the school's capital campaign for a new building, plus new technology and equipment.
"On behalf of the JOHN H. JOHNSON SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS, we thank the MINORITY MEDIA AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL for its generous contribution,” said the school's Dean, JANNETTE L. DATES. "With significant donations from partners like MMTC, we are confident the School will continue to empower our students with knowledge of communications technology and policy, giving them a competitive edge throughout their careers."