Who We Are

The purpose of Hubbard Scholars is to create and maintain a healthy community for Black men on campus. As a group of men affiliated with the University of Iowa as students, staff, and faculty, we seek to follow the legacy of Phillip G. Hubbard, the first tenured African American professor at the University of Iowa. 

Hubbard Scholars sitting in a circle during a meeting.

Hubbard Scholars in a meeting.

What We Do

The Hubbard Scholars offer programming, events, and services to meet three important objectives:

  1. Foster a more inclusive community of learning and support for Black men.
  2. Provide educational resources to the University of Iowa and Iowa City community about the various attitudes and performances that men of African descent embody.
  3. Increase the retention and success of Black men associated with the University of Iowa.
Hubbard Scholars posing for photo as a group

Hubbard Scholars Retreat

As Black men, it is our hope to foster self-awareness and promote human dignity and respect for individual experiences in a world of difference.

 

Fall 2020 Meeting Schedule

When: Every Wednesday, 6:30pm CDT

Where: Afro-American Cultural Center (Afro House), University of Iowa, 303 Melrose Ave., Iowa City, IA, 52246

Note: Time and location for Fall 2020 are subject to change

Leadership Team

Hubbard Scholars Executive Leadership Team

Hubbard Scholars Executive Leadership Team 

 

Any questions regarding the Hubbard Scholars can be directed to:

Charles Martin-Stanley II, President

charles-martin-stanley@uiowa.edu