Atiya Shahid submitted a winning research poster on Cervical Cancer Disparities Within the United States.
Tuskegee University wins grant competition for new partnership and training program between Colombia and the United States.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice John H. England, Jr. and John Douglas Chambers were each appointed to a four-year term
The hearing on June 16th focused primarily on seeking solutions for better support
The grant is designed to help expand pathways and opportunities for increased diverse representation in STEM
$6 million program with eight-partner organizations is part of Cargill’s commitment
Held at Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, the Commencement ceremony celebrated over 800 graduates and their families.
Tuskegee students among the first selected for inaugural USDA APHIS Foreign Service Veterinary Fellowship program.
The 2021 STEM For All video showcase runs from May 11-18 and the public is invited to comment and vote for their favorite video.
Non-profit program begins to provide academic support and career tools, including an income-contingent funding alternative to eligible students
The outdoor event will consist of a campus health fair open to students, faculty and staff
CNN political analyst, attorney, activist and former South Carolina representative, Bakari Sellers will be keynote speaker for the Spring Commencement exercises on May 30
After a competitive peer-review process, Dr. David McKenzie receives the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to teach and research in Ghana.
The scholarships will help defray the cost of their veterinary medical education.
The ceremony will include both an in-person and virtual graduation and oath ceremony
The Tuskegee Golden Tigers meet the Bulldogs of Alabama A&M in this football contest in Mobile, AL
Dr. George Robinson, founder of Heartland Veterinary Partners announced as the new chair
Ray Whiteman, a veteran in the private equity arena has been elected to server on the Board of Trustees
The Tuskegee University Board of Trustees has announced that Dr. McNair will not be returning to the university.
Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, these institutions will receive targeted professional development and technical assistance
The conference is designed to show how vital social workers are
This year’s speaker Dr. Adam Bradley, professor of English at UCLA joins an illustrious cadre of Ellison Lecturers
Running for over 30 years, this program provides scholarships to our hard-working students.
Voting support from alumni and friends through March 15 will be vital to this year’s success.
The campaign recognizes pioneer moments
This recruitment event allows representatives from law schools around the country to be available to speak to students who wish to pursue a law degree.
Advancing diversity in veterinary medicine through nine full scholarships and integrated support
Featured guest speakers include alumna Marilyn Mosby, Benjamin Crump, Neville Garrick and many more.
Even during a national pandemic, a recent Tuskegee University graduate student is finding ways to provide farm-fresh food to tables in Macon County.
This virtual event will be held in conjunction with the Black History Month program featuring Jamaican graphic artist Neville Garrick.
Propel Center will provide world-class skills and leadership development opportunities through virtual and in-person instruction
This donation will support students in Tuskegee University's aerospace engineering program
Tuskegee Airmen legacy marked on U.S. coin
Tuskegee University’s 2020-21 YLCRE features notable headline books that explore America’s racial history.
The CVM family didn’t let the pandemic deter
BIO Alabama is the leading advocate for Alabama's bioeconomy which represents Alabama's bio related industries as well as universities
This gift is one of the largest single gifts by an individual donor or privately funded foundation in the university's history.
Taslyn Ware is a Junior sales and marketing student from Delaware who seeks to expand her cultural understanding.
TU will help bring workforce development
TU College of Veterinary Medicine students had the opportunity to assist in the medical treatment of this famous patient.
Two Tuskegee University students selected to receive McDonald’s scholarship
Tuskegee University students place in top three after presenting their best ideas for improving HBCU campuses and communities at the THINK BIG NOW pitch competition
The Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine hosts symposium on health security.
The Center led by Atty. Crystal James and Dr. Clayton Yates will help address COVID-19 health disparities in rural black belt counties of Alabama.
TU Global Office is gearing up for its “Shaping the future, Women in International Affairs,” panel discussion with prominent women in political positions.
TU College of Veterinary Medicine receives the “American Humane Scholars Fund,” an inaugural grant of $40,000
Retired NBA Basketball Star and Hall of Famer, Charles Barkley, announced that he was choosing Tuskegee University for his next big donation to an HBCU.
Sophomore architecture major Nino Chambers is putting his creativity on display in the classroom, on campus and through his entrepreneurial spirit.
The National Voter Mobilization Campaign highlights that social justice is a core principle of social work
Dr. Charlotte P. Morris to serve as interim president of Tuskegee University during the absence of Dr. Lily D. McNair