NCCU Associate Professor Dayami Lopez was awarded a $1.48 million grant from the National Institute for General Medical Sciences to study new means of treating high cholesterol and preventing heart disease.
North Carolina Central University officially broke ground on construction of two new residence halls and a 100,230 square-foot student center, each designed to support student success on the growing campus.
A $100,000 gift from the Rehab Therapy Foundation Inc. will further assist North Carolina Central University School of Education graduate students enrolled in its Communication Disorders program.
NCCU researchers have found evidence that prenatal exposure to cannabinoids, the active compounds in marijuana, heightens the risk of developmental abnormalities normally associated with fetal alcohol syndrome
Several students campaigned this spring to obtain spots on the North Carolina Central University Student Government Association and Royal Court. The new student-leaders are eager to execute their platforms.
The American Association of State Colleges and Universities has named NCCU Senior Associate Vice Chancellor Monica Terrell Leach, Ed.D., to its 2019 Millennium Leadership Initiative.
North Carolina Central University’s School of Education has one of the nation’s most affordable, accredited elementary childhood education programs for 2019, according to topeducationdegrees.org.
The North Carolina Central University Counselor Education Program was recently ranked by topcounselingschools.org as one of the nation’s top five accredited online master’s counseling degree programs.
Stacie Phillips, a second-year social work graduate student, will spend the next year addressing the social factors that impact health and honing her leadership skills as an Albert Schweitzer Fellow.
Patrick “9th Wonder” Douthit, NCCU artist-in-residence who teaches in the Department of History, was recently named to the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame.
NCCU unveiled its new state-of-the-art television studio to provide extensive learning experiences for students.
From examining the effects of pollen and advanced cancer research to exploring religion and social justice, NCCU students showcased their research findings at the annual event.
NCCU’s School of Business hosts the inaugural NCCU Eagle Idea Competition to provide students an opportunity to present their business ideas.