Big brains coming to FAMU
FAMU has enrolled six National Achievement scholars this fall – a far cry from the glory days of the 1990s and early 2000s, but way better than the slump of the last five years.
National Achievement scholars are often considered the nation's top black students. And as this St. Petersburg Times story pointed out, FAMU landed them left and right until President Frederick Humphries left in 2001.
Ron Matus, state education reporter