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Alumna Appointed Wake County Judge

Alumna Ashleigh Parker Dunston has been appointed as District Court judge in North Carolina’s 10th Judicial District by North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper. Prior to being appointed to the Wake County post, Parker Dunston served as assistant attorney general for the N.C. Department of Justice and, previously, as an...
 
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Ultimate Homecoming Experience Energizes Eagle Pride

North Carolina Central University students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends gathered from Oct. 22-28 to celebrate the 2017 Ultimate Homecoming Experience. “Extraordinary demonstrations of Eagle Pride were evident throughout Homecoming 2017, with thousands of alumni returning to reconnect with friends, establish...
 
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NCCU Alumnus Sworn in as Alamance County Judge

Alumnus Larry Brown Jr. has been sworn in as Alamance County District Court judge. Brown is the first African-American to serve in this position. Prior to his appointment, Brown served as an assistant district attorney in Alamance County and worked as an adjunct professor at Elon University School of Law. Brown...
 
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Alumnus Named Chief of Police

Renarde D. Earl was recently named Fayetteville State University (FSU) associate vice chancellor for Police and Public Safety/Chief of Police. Earl will be responsible for providing leadership and support to the FSU’s Police and Public Safety Department. He has nearly 25 years of experience in law enforcement....
 
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Alumna Lori A. Dumas Named to Judicial Board

Lori A. Dumas, Philadelphia First Judicial District Judge, has been appointed as a member of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) Board of Directors. In 2015, she received the NCJFCJ Innovator of the Year Award, which honors an NCJFCJ member who is instrumental in justice for children...
 
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Alumna Named to GoTriangle's Board of Trustees

Alumna Valerie Jordan has been appointed as a member of the GoTriangle Board of Trustees. Jordan will become an ex officio member of the board, which authorizes policies for organization. Jordan also serves on the North Carolina Department of Transportation Board, which oversees the North Carolina Highway Trust Fund...
 
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Alumnus Appointed to Durham County Government Post

Edmund Lewis Jr. ’08, has been named coordinator of Durham County’s My Brother’s Keeper program. In his new role, he will act as a liaison to organizations and agencies serving local youth. Lewis began his career as a program associate for the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation. Lewis also served...
 
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Meet Alumnus and ESPN Content Associate Brian McIntosh

Meet Brian McIntosh, a 2015 graduate of NCCU’s Department of Mass Communication who is thriving in the first few years of his career.  The Fundamentals Name: Brian McIntosh Degree: Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication Hometown: Durham, NC Current City: Bristol,...
 
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Alumnus David Bailey Exemplifies Eagle Excellence

U.S. Capitol Police Officer David Bailey, ‘07, took the motto Truth and Service to heart while serving as a special agent for U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise on June 14, as a gunman opened fire on a baseball field in Alexandria, Va. Bailey’s heroism became a national sensation after he and another officer fired back...
 
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NCCU Alumna Named Teacher of the Year

NCCU alumna Kirtina Jones has been named the Durham Public Schools’ 2018 Teacher of the Year. Jones currently serves as a second-grade teacher at R.N. Harris Elementary School in Durham, N.C. The thirteen-year teaching veteran received an $1,000 award and will go on to compete in regional level of the state’s...
 
 
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