We've Got You, NCCU Students!

Posted March 24, 2020, 10:21AM

As North Carolina Central University students transition to online courses this week, faculty and staff share words of inspiration to help Eagles finish the Spring 2020 semester strong.

“We are all learning to do things differently. These are times when we pull up each other.” ~ Dr. Mohammed Ahmed, associate professor and associate director, Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory 

“You are Amazing! Smile, You Got This!” ~ Ms. Lori Blake-Reid, director of Facilities Operations

“Don’t let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.” (John Wooden) ~ Ms. Michele Clayton, administrative assistant, Student Accessibility Services

“Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it. Continue your educational journey this semester. We need you to be change agents in society!” ~ Dr. Monique Holsey-Hyman, assistant professor, Department of Social Work

“Don’t give up. Give it all you’ve got!” ~ Ms. Robin Hudson, administrative assistant, Academic Resource Management Office

“Eagles, be strong during this difficult time of our lives and embrace uncertainty. Believe in yourself and remember to laugh, spread love & positivity.” ~ Ms. Linda Inshan, administrative assistant, Department of Biological and Biomedical Sciences

“Keep your head up. Stay focused and remember:  the future can be better than the resent and you have the power to make it so.” ~ Ms. Beverly Mahone-Gibbs, Writing Studio tutor

“During this time of uncertainty, Eagles will continue to soar high. We were built for this!” ~ Dr. Lakisha G. Rice, assistant professor, School of Education

“You were created for greatness, make it happen!” ~ Professor Sandra Rogers, clinical assistant professor, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

“Remain focused on your goals, channel your inner power, and continue to soar!” ~ Ms. Caranda Shubrick, academic advisor, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

“Remember: It’s not what happens to you in life that matters. What matters is how you let what happens to you affect you!” ~Dr. Brennetta Simpson, associate professor, Department of Music

“Trust the process.” ~ Mr. Jesse White, administrative support associate, University College

As we face this challenge, remember we are EAGLE STRONG, and together we will prevail! ~ Dr. Carlton Wilson, dean, College of Arts and Sciences

 

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