Aerospace science engineering and mathematics faculty collaborate to improve the aerodynamics of modern aircraft.
Common Reading Book Experience author Jeevan Brown to share insights on the stories of trial and tribulation found in his book, A Lesson Learned.
Army ROTC cadet becomes first Tuskegee student to receive the military’s respected Society of Cincinnati Medal.
Annual Law School Fair helps students navigate the next phase of their educations as they pursue their legal career goals.
A two-year NEH grant will help expose current and future generations of students to the timeless works of authors Zora Neale Hurston, Ralph Ellison and Albert Murray.
Assistant professor Dr. Chitra Nayak will extend her theoretical physics research as part of a worldwide network of research institutes.
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education highlights Tuskegee’s success in diversifying the nation’s workforce as a top producer of minority degree-earners.
Fellowship to allow Tuskegee’s Baharanyi to partner with local educators to help improve agricultural education in his native Africa.
Joint ROTC Commissioning Ceremony to feature remarks by Rear Adm. James Loeblein of the Office of the Secretary of the Navy
Tuskegee’s social work program ranked fifth in Alabama based on factors that include enrollment, program reputation and graduates’ employability.
Regional accrediting body reaffirms institutional accreditation for a full 10-year period.
Tuskegee partners with UAB to improve the availability of primary nursing care services in underserved areas of Alabama.
After earning a finance degree, Edwards recalls making her mark as the NYSE’s first female African-American stock trader.
Tuskegee quiz bowl team brings home the NAAAHP Quiz Bowl Tournament championship trophy for the first time in university history.
Annual Christmas concert includes President McNair’s first lighting of the university’s Christmas tree.
Dr. Shaik Jeelani, vice president for research and dean of the Graduate Schools, is honored for his professional achievements and career contributions to the engineering field.
Gov. Kay Ivey taps Dean Ruby L. Perry to provide leadership to statewide environmental policies and regulations.
Abstracts sought for upcoming bioethics-focused conference co-hosted by Tuskegee University, the Morehouse School of Medicine and the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center.
1968 alumna Dr. Sonjia Parker Redmond and her husband, Gregory, reflect on their long-standing philanthropic support of Tuskegee
Two works of art preserving the legacy and impact of Booker T. Washington’s vision are being preserved through in-kind partnerships.
Tuskegee environmental and soil science students successfully put their knowledge to the test at a recent regional competition.
59 veterinary medicine students receive their white coats as a sign of their transition into the clinical phase of their DVM studies.
Tuskegee’s Nov. 11 convocation honors the unselfish service of our nation’s veterans, with special emphasis on the Tuskegee Airmen and other veterans of color.
Women’s leadership empowerment workshop make a stop on the Tuskegee University campus Nov. 15.
Earning college credit in high school has catapulted first-year political science major Jayden Graham-White into junior-level coursework.
The federal government’s Combined Federal Campaign workplace giving programs provides one more opportunity to philanthropically support Tuskegee.
Hosted by Tuskegee University, the upcoming annual meeting of the Alabama Academy of Science will feature Nobel physics laureate Dr. David Wineland.
The website College Factual ranks Tuskegee No. 23 nationally based on the earning potential of its construction science and management graduates.
Sophomore mechanical engineering major Lauren Cotton one among 21 Michigan natives to receive a scholarship from the Rainbow PUSH Coalition and General Motors.
This year’s class of ROTC Hall of Fame inductees celebrates more than 350 years of combined military service to the United States.
UNCF College Tour stop to help students tap into millions of dollars in available scholarship support.
President Lily D. McNair is among the 30 female Alabama leaders honored for bettering their communities, the state and their professions.
Veronica Cook fosters lasting relationships with alumni, donors and students through her work on behalf of Tuskegee’s Office of Development.
Nov. 11 Veterans Day Convocation to honor contributions of our nation's veterans, include screening of “Veterans of Color” documentary.
A program on Nov. 9 will provide students with behind-the-scenes career counseling and access to LA-based entertainment industry internships.
A first-time corporate gift from Birmingham-based Encompass Health sparks a first-ever partnership between the company and an HBCU.
LET US Academy Life Series speakers will share valuable career lessons with Tuskegee students.
Tuskegee has provided Dr. Kis Robertson Hale ’03, a chief public health veterinarian with the USDA, with the foundation to ensuring the safety of the U.S. food supply.
Alumnus and renowned genetic researcher recalls how his passion for science was cultivated as a curious high schooler working in Tuskegee’s laboratories.
Faculty in aerospace engineering and mathematics take a novel approach to helping students better develop their critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.
McMickens shares her story of how her Tuskegee studies molded her future success as a child and adolescent psychiatrist.
Veterinary medicine students organize relief effort providing thousands of pounds of supplies for North Carolina pets and their owners affected by Hurricane Florence.
Senior psychology major Dazja Loyd reflects on how Tuskegee has pushed her beyond her limits and has enabled her to grow as a student and person.
Upcoming musical festival and hall of fame induction event will honor area greats for their contributions to music, the university and our community.
Kimberly Ceaser, Tuskegee University’s judicial affairs officer, says working in multiple capacities allows her to reach out and encourage students to remain focused.
Youngs’ love and support of Tuskegee leads to three generations of Golden Tiger alumni.
The university honored students who qualified as University Scholars, Eminent Scholars and Honor Roll recipients for the 2017-18 academic year.
As they transition to the professional phase of their degree programs, 35 occupational therapy and allied health students received their white coats.
A multi-university, NSF-funded partnership will help mentor a new generation of junior minority faculty in STEM disciplines at HBCUs throughout the U.S.