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The Quotable Black Scholar: Ketema Paul on HBCUs in the Recession

August 25th, 2009 by Ajuan Mance


Morehouse School of Medicine Professor Ketema Paul (center), with two research assistants.


“HBCUs have survived worse things than this, like the Civil War.”

— Dr. Ketema Paul, in “Why Black Colleges Might Be the Best Bargains,” U.S. News and Worlds Report, February 9, 2009


Biographical Notes: Dr. Ketema Paul isĀ  Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology at the Morehouse School of Medicine. His research explores the biological factors that impact sleep and wakefulness. Dr. Paul holds a B.S. in Biology fromĀ  Howard University and a Ph.D. in Biology from Georgia State University.

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