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News Image Founder Shepard, Class of 1969 Honored at Convocation The Class of 1969 was honored, along with the man who made North Carolina Central University possible, Dr. James E. Shepard, during Founder’s Day Convocation Friday, Nov. 8.  On hand were 107 members of the Class of 1969,  who were welcomed into the Society of Golden Eagles, a special category for... 11/08/2019
News Image Register to attend Spring 2020 Open House/Eagle Preview Open House (Eagle Preview) NCCU Spring 2020 Eagle Preview Date: Saturday, March 28, 2020 Location: McDougald-McLendon arena [ G-Map link ] Registration and the Eagle Market Fair begin at 8:00 am. The program begins at 9:00 am. Register here For more information, please contact the Office of... 11/08/2019
News Image Get Your Homecoming Gear Today from the NCCU Bookstore The NCCU Bookstore will be open in Latham Parking Deck, as well as pop-up shops on campus and at the NCCU alumni host hotel, Sheraton Imperial Hotel Raleigh-Durham Airport, during Homecoming week. Locations and hours are noted below.  During Homecoming Week (through Saturday, Nov. 9), the NCCU Bookstore will... 11/06/2019
News Image DEEGS Hosts "Ask Me Anything" On Thursday, November 7th, we will be hosting 4 recent DEEGS graduates currently in the workforce and they will be talking about their preparation at NCCU, the job application process and their current work experiences.  The will provide helpful tips on how to get that coveted job.   Faculty - please invite... 11/06/2019
News Image NCCU at the World Geography Bowl At November's geography bowl at UNCG, the NCCU Geography Bowl team placed 3rd in yesterday's competition.  They won a barn-burner against UNC-Pembroke on the very last team question.  New DEEGS student Isabel Gutierrez was named the top undergraduate player in the whole bowl.  She and Phillip Agbesi... 11/04/2019
News Image $1.4M Grant to Study New Treatment for High Cholesterol North Carolina Central Associate Professor Dayami Lopez, Ph.D., 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. The four-year grant will advance Lopez’s research into regulation of low-density... 10/24/2019
News Image NCCU to Highlight Native American Culture, Nov. 2 The North Carolina Central University (NCCU) Native American Law Students Association (NALSA) and Department of Diversity and Inclusion present the 2nd Annual Soaring Eagle Powwow on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019, beginning at noon. The event will feature Native American food vendors, dance and drum exhibitions, craft... 10/22/2019
News Image NCCU to Explore Digital Humanities During Conference North Carolina Central University’s (NCCU) College of Arts and Sciences will host the 3rd Annual Triangle Digital Humanities Institute Conference. The annual event is developed to build skills around digital humanities education. Previous institutes were held at Duke University and the University of North Carolina at... 10/21/2019
News Image New Application Process for Communication Disorders! NCCU has elected to participate in a centralized application system called Communication Sciences and Disorders Centralized Application Service (CSDCAS) for the Communication Disorders Graduate Program.  If you are currently enrolled in another Communication Disorders Graduate Program and are no longer interested in... 10/18/2019
News Image Earlie E. Thorpe Lecture to Feature Cornell Professor North Carolina Central University’s (NCCU) Department of History will host its 29thAnnual Earlie E. Thorpe Lecture. Edward Baptist, Ph.D., professor of history at Cornell University, will present the keynote address about the deep roots of racialized policing.  According to a 2018 Bureau of Justice... 10/17/2019
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