World famous drummer and percussionist Sheila E. will discuss her career journey during the L.E.A.P symposium on March 23, 10:40 a.m., in the NCCU Student Center. The event is free and open to the public.
North Carolina Central University remembers the life and legacy of accomplished legal scholar, attorney, author and School of Law dean, Browne C. Lewis.
North Carolina Central University has named Johnny Bernard Hill, Ph.D., director of Corporate and Foundation Engagement, effective May 2, 2022.
The North Carolina Central University administration invites members of the university community to express their opinion on the matter of renaming the Angus M. McLean Residence Hall.
North Carolina Central University has appointed Stephen W. Fusi as chief brand officer after a competitive, national search. He began his new role at NCCU on May 9, 2022.
Master’s and Juris Doctors Degrees Earned by 450 Students at NCCU’s Graduate and Professional Ceremony
To the cheers of their families and friends, some 450 graduate and law students at NCCU received master’s and Juris Doctor degrees on Saturday morning, May 7, 2022.
Chancellor Akinleye hailed the Spring 2022 graduates as a “distinct class,” noting that they “matriculated and graduated at a time like no other – when a global pandemic interrupted and uprooted our lives.”
NCCU and RTI Celebrate New Partnership and Shared Lab Space Supporting Health and Environmental Justice Research
NCCU and RTI International hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate the launch of the NCCU-RTI Center for Applied Research in Environmental Sciences (CARES) and an accompanying shared lab space on RTI’s campus.
When Olesia Headen arrived at North Carolina Central University in fall 2019, she had already earned an associate’s degree in science education.
Community service has always been important to Taylor Dorsey-Flowers, a Durham, N.C., native and co-founder of the nonprofit organization GROWTH NC.
For Sheriff Mansaray, ’22, the injustices he witnessed within the healthcare system in his home country of Sierra Leone in West Africa, inspired his dream to become a nurse.
Student Becomes First Graduate of NCCU’s Assistive Technology for Individuals with Visual Impairments Program
On May 7, Christie Smith will be the first graduate of the visual impairment master’s program with a concentration in assistive technology for individuals with visual impairments.
Frederick Serrano-Jimenez always wanted to go to law school but it was during a gap year after obtaining his bachelor’s degree when he decided he should enroll sooner rather than later.