As part of Intel’s commitment to build a more equitable world, it will donate $5 million over the next five years to North Carolina Central University, to create a new tech law and policy center.
Undergraduate, graduate and professional students earned their wing and heard advice from two prominent alumni, entrepreneur Jasmine Crowe and UNC-CH Professor James H. Johnson.
The Graduate and Professional Ceremony will now be held at 12 p.m., May 8. The Baccalaureate Ceremony will proceed as scheduled at 8 a.m., May 8.
Members of the NCCU faculty have been honored with awards for excellence in teaching.
Tiffany Crawford’s academic career has been full of ups and downs and twists and turns, yet one thing has remained constant – her will to never give up.
Professor Achamyeleh Debela, of the NCCU Department of Art, was recently honored for contributions to the arts and patriotism in his native country of Ethiopia.
72-year-old Sylvia McCorkle always wanted to earn her bachelor’s degree, but life and unwanted circumstances always seemed to get in the way.
Studies conducted by Rob Onyenwoke and Vijay Siveraman at NCCU have shown that coronavirus lung infections tend to be worse in mice who have been exposed to nicotine vapers.
NCCU School of Library and Information Sciences was recently ranked No. 1 out of 20 selected library science programs ranked by bestvalueschools.org.
Governor Roy Cooper announced updated COVID-19 restrictions to take effect April 30, 2021. Based on risk assessment using key metrics, NCCU will NOT be adopting these new measures at this time.
U.S. Army Officer Jared Donaldson has always had a passion for serving others. That's why he plans to play a key role in reforming the justice system following law school.
NCCU will welcome two notable alumni to address the university’s Spring 2021 and 2020 graduates. James H. Johnson Jr., Ph.D. and Jasmine Crowe will address graduates for the 137th Commencement Exercises.
Third-generation Cuban American Kimberly Jinorio Swanson trained and served as a social worker before deciding to take the legal route to immigration reform.