2007 alumna Valencia Morris says her career with the federal government, rooted in natural resources management would not have been possible without guidance from Tuskegee University's College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Sciences.
Rep. Rogers learns more about how Tuskegee’s veterinary medicine research and teaching initiatives can enhance national agricultural and homeland security priorities.
Tuskegee alum Anthony E. Amerson says he is living his professional dream and credits his upbringing in the City of Tuskegee and pledging the Lambda Epsilon chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity
A newly funded grant initiative will address the drastic lack of African-American women in the computer science workforce.
The College of Veterinary Medicine’s upcoming 5K walk/run on Oct. 13 places health, fundraising focus on sickle cell anemia awareness.
Famed Tuskegee football coach Cleveland “Cleve” Abbott inducted into his native South Dakota’s state hall of fame.
Tuskegee alum Warren Buchanan mentors students developing and pursuing their aspirations in the agricultural fields.
TV personality, author and speaker Tonya Terry’s Sept. 27 presentation will include her insights on how the media impacts African-American culture.
The upcoming semester career fair and events leading up to it put students on the “road from early achievement to a career high.”
Donor, student organizations model the spirit of philanthropy through contributions announced as part of the 137th Fall Convocation.
Senior Lauren Odum’s studies in food science benefit from a summer congressional internship — and her teachers who have mentored her during her studies.
A pair of Tuskegee students are among this year’s class of White House scholars selected for the HBCU Competitiveness Scholars program.
Based on its success in several key metrics, Tuskegee remains the top-ranked HBCU in the state of Alabama, and a top-20 HBCU nationally.
Parents and other family members are invited to campus Oct. 5-7 for a weekend of special events and activities.
The annual Booker T. Washington Economic Summit to provide professional business insights and networking opportunities.
Davie Rickenbacker ’10 heads to Fiji as a castaway on the 37th season of the CBS television show “Survivor.”
Freshman Darrin Francois had acceptance and scholarship offers from more than 90 colleges and universities, but the New Orleans native chose Tuskegee University for his undergraduate studies.
Officials hope the university’s support strengthens the bid for Leonardo DRS’ proposed T-100 production facility in Tuskegee, as well as ongoing town-and-gown partnerships.
Tuskegee serves as a temporary home to a traveling, multimedia exhibit chronicling the life of legendary bass musician and avid photographer Milt Hinton
Royal Court members unite with the River Region United Way’s inaugural phone-a-thon to support community organizations.
Alexandria Brown parlays a summer fellowship with the USDA into greater affirmation, clarity of her chosen career.
U.S. Air Force’s Maj. Mikita R. Brown tapped for new assignment as Director of Defense
From the big city to the small town, graduating senior Courtney Peavy from Houston, Texas, has managed to blend in and make Tuskegee University worth her while.
The annual fall Global Education Fair will highlight upcoming study abroad opportunities and feature a new photography contest.
New-student orientation program ushers in a new generation of Tuskegee gentlemen and women.
Since transferring from a junior college in Northern California, Hall, a senior communication major, says his studies at Mother Tuskegee have been an enjoyable experience.
Two-day, hands-on campus workshop to share valuable skills in architectural and construction restoration and conservation.
Tuskegee University was selected to receive a $150,000 grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation to benefit work in the Department of Architecture.
Gerald Young, a senior psychology major from Little Rock, Arkansas, says he was inspired to choose his major after discussing his purpose in life with a Sunday school teacher.
A partnership between UAB, Tuskegee and other health-focused groups promises future, data-driven interventions for health providers.
‘Golden Tiger Experience’ to offer newest Tuskegee students a ‘crash course’ on university life
Sophomore social work major Sidney Minor says her summer internship was just what she needed to remind her to stay focused on her ultimate goal.
NSF-funded professional development is helping high school teachers develop curricula to address, stem the impact of electronic waste.
New funding to further highlight the accomplishments of Tuskegee’s graduating nurses
A partnership involving actor Kevin Hart, UNCF and KIPP makes the dream of a college degree a reality for sophomore Ayan Robinson and 17 other HBCU students.
A new NSF-funded partnership with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has the potential for a new class of nanomaterials widely used in electronics applications.
Annual college guide publication relies on student feedback to evaluate the nation’s best 384 colleges and universities.
As dean of student life, Abena Myers-Taylor's primary role includes providing direction for the Student Union, Royal Court, Student Government Association, and New Student Orientation
NSF-funded program implements new computer science curriculum, promises greater employment diversity in high-tech sectors
A new photography exhibit featuring the life’s work of P.H. Polk provides a visual perspective of early 20th-century life on the Tuskegee University campus and surrounding community.
Tuskegee is among five HBCUs participating in an inaugural archiving and research collaboration with Princeton University.
Tuskegee’s Legacy Museum to feature new exhibit, “20 Dioramas: Brightly-Lit Windows, Magically Different,” focusing on display of cultural dioramas created in the 1940s by African-American artists.
After expecting to only spend two years at Tuskegee University following his faculty appointment in the fall of 1990, Dr. Leo Upchurch is nearing his 30th anniversary on the faculty
President Lily D. McNair and the awarding of online degrees make their debut at last week’s commencement ceremony.
Tuskegee ranked fourth among Alabama peers for students’ ability to land a job following graduation.
Dr. Roberta Troy, a two-time Tuskegee graduate and faculty member since 1999, assumes the duties of interim provost.
Senior Caleb Washington is among the eight recipients of the Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and BeyGOOD’s $25,000 2018-19 Homecoming Scholars scholarship award.
2nd Lt. Kayla Freeman '16 recognized as the Alabama National Guard's first black female pilot following her graduation from aviation school in June 2018.
Mechanical engineering student and Alexander City, Alabama native, Skyla Hutchins says Tuskegee has provided her with valuable lessons and the best experiences through her role as first attendant of Miss Tuskegee’s Royal Court, and as a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.
Dr. Faye J. Wilson ’80 will keynote the School of Nursing and Allied Health’s summer nursing pinning ceremony on July 26