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.
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Tennis was the first passion of graduating doctoral student and Nairobi, Kenya, native Joab Odera. Upon graduation, he will conduct research on health disparities.
Boa-Amponsem, who is graduating with a doctorate in integrated biosciences, is a native of Ghana who leveraged talent and hard work to rise to the top of the educational ladder in America.
Dr. Siobahn Grady will use her expertise in artificial intelligence to improve self-driving vehicles.
As director of the North Carolina District of the Small Business Administration NCCU alumnus Thomas A. Stith III, ‘83, ‘86, is leading the charge to empower business owners during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Amy D Linder offers a few tips for working out at home safely and effectively.
Congratulations Class of 2020! North Carolina Central University is awarding nearly 1,089 bachelors, masters, Juris Doctor and Ph.D. degrees to Eagles who completed their academic programs.
Originally from Philadelphia, Jameerah Ali has acquired a great amount of knowledge during her time at NCCU, including taking on corporate internships and studying abroad.
Theophilus Tagoe, a native of Ghana, is a standout business student with great ideas to enhance his native country.
For Lyndon Bowen, achieving academic success is just the beginning of his mission to impact the world. Bowen started classes at NCCU after earning course credits at J.D. Clement Early College High School.
Graduation is bittersweet for honor student Damon Westray due to his fondness for the university.
When Joshualan Parrish arrived at NCCU in fall 2018, as part of the class of 2022, she had 50 academic credits under her belt, which set her on a trajectory to earn her undergraduate degree in two years.