Hamline News

Sneed Presents to Eddie Phillips Scholars

Associate Dean of Students Carlos Sneed recently presented a three-hour workshop titled "Black Male Manhood: Navigating Inside and Outside Socialization, Gender Identity, and Expression and Cultural Expectations and Performance" for the Eddie Phillips Scholars Retreat.

The Eddie Phillips Scholarship for African-American Men is a two-year scholarship program with multiple components aimed to support the academic achievements and leadership development of African-American men attending Minnesota’s Private Colleges (MPCC) through financial support, comprehensive advising and mentoring, leadership development, and experiential learning. This program targets the potential of students, believing in their gifts while providing unique support to help them excel and achieve. Currently the fifteen student cohort is comprised of three third-year scholars from Hamline University along with students from Carleton College, Concordia University, St. Mary's University of Minnesota, and the University of St. Thomas. For more information on the program, please visit the MPCC Eddie Phillips Scholarship website.