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News Image Social Work and Politics Subject of Feb. 20 Panel North Carolina Central University Department of Social Work welcomes state representatives Mary Ann Black, MSW, LCSW, and Graig Meyer, MSW, for the third-annual “Social Worker in the House” event beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, in Miller-Morgan Auditorium on campus. The lawmakers will participate in... 02/16/2018
News Image 2018 PEK Inductees Phi Epsilon Kappa is a National Physical Education Fraternity founded April 12, 1913, dedicated to the constant improvement of physical education through study, experimentation, and discussion. There are three avenues, Physical, Education, and Knowledge. We have three Pillars, Peace, Friendship, and Brotherly Love. At the... 02/16/2018
News Image NCCU Theatre Opens 2018 Season Celebrating Black History North Carolina Central University (NCCU) students studying art, music, theater and dance will perform Speak My Soul, an original work written by Stephanie Asabi Howard, Ph.D., chairman of the Department of Theatre and Dance. The production will run throughout February in the Farrison-Newton Communications Building... 02/15/2018
News Image Political Commentator Symone Sanders to Speak at NCCU North Carolina Central University will welcome Democratic strategist and CNN political commentator Symone Sanders on Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 7 p.m. in B.N. Duke Auditorium as part of the university’s Lyceum Series in collaboration with the Rock the Mic Lecture Series. Sanders is known for challenging audiences to... 02/15/2018
News Image Banner Maintenance, February 16, 2018 There will be scheduled Banner Maintenance Friday, February 16, 2018 beginning at 8:00 pm, that will last for 48 hours.  This maintenance window will be used to apply patches and upgrades. All users will need to be logged off all Banner applications/system by 6:00 PM on Friday.  myEOL will be inaccessible... 02/13/2018
News Image Message from the Chancellor: Dr. John C. Clamp Dear NCCU Community, It is with sadness that I inform you of the passing of Biological and Biomedical Sciences Professor John C. Clamp, Ph.D., 68, who died on Feb. 6, 2018, following a short illness.  Dr. Clamp was born in Nuremberg, Germany, and grew up in Fayetteville, N.C. He came to work at NCCU in 1984... 02/13/2018
News Image Mass Communication Department to Host Advertising Week The North Carolina Central University (NCCU) Department of Mass Communication will partner with McKinney, a Durham-based, nationally acclaimed advertising agency, in celebration of Advertising Week, turning the spotlight on careers in advertising.  The Feb. 13-15 celebration will be a first for the university and... 02/12/2018
News Image 2018 Housing Selection Process Dates The 2018 Housing Selection Process Dates for have been set.  The Housing Selection Process is the time when the application and agreement are available to returning students who want to live on campus.  The application and agreement are also available to and new freshman during this time.  Returning students... 02/12/2018
News Image 2018 Martin Luther King Day of Service On Monday, January 15, 2018, hundreds of volunteers joined in the LeRoy T. Walker Complex at North Carolina Central University. The NCCU Office of Community Engagement and Service collaborated with UnitedWay of the Greater Triangle to give back to those in need on Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. Over 800 NCCU students... 02/09/2018
News Image Golden Eagle Named to North Carolina Commission Yvonne Simmons Pettis, ’62, was appointed to the North Carolina Chief Justice Commission on Professionalism in January 2018. She is one of six new members on the commission established by the North Carolina Supreme Court in 1998.  Pettis currently operates her own real estate company, Von Pettis Realty, in... 02/08/2018
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