Tuskegee anticipates awarding 106 degrees during its July 27 Summer Commencement Exercises.
Annual NSF-funded BUILDERS Academy inspires high schoolers’ innovative, creative spirits in the STEM disciplines
Tammy Boyd ’96 helped lead legislative efforts to establish new national Smithsonian Institution museum devoted to preserving African American history.
Dr. Rhonda Collier, associate professor of English and Modern Language and director of the Tuskegee University Global Office, has made an amazing race around the world, visiting 25 countries, and speaking in four languages.
A new partnership with neighboring Auburn University will further diversify the veterinary profession.
Even as an undergrad at Tuskegee, Richard Glaze II ’10 relished helping students and continuing the legacy of Booker T. Washington. Glaze is a second-generation Tuskegeean
Tuskegee hosts international conference devoted to studying policy implications on rural communities
A newly endowed student scholarship honors Dr. Charlotte Morris’ tenure as interim president
Two first-year architecture students are learning a new appreciation for classical architecture during a month-long program in New York.
Dr. June C. Samuel, director of Student Health Services and one of Tuskegee’s most beloved faculty members and administrators, has been with the university for nearly 30 years.
A weeklong summer camp for middle school students and teachers imparts vital math and science knowledge
A test developed by Tuskegee researchers will lead to earlier detection of and treatment for the most fatal form of breast cancer.
One of the most well-rounded students on campus and a member of Tuskegee’s recent Spring 2018 graduating class, Jonathon Pulliam has done it all.
Tuskegee University has been awarded a $300,000 grant from the Verizon Foundation to specifically propel young minority male students into the technology sector.
NSF-funded research promises to increase the repurposing of many currently unrecyclable materials
Through her teaching, Dr. Deloris Alexander is helping to instill George Washington Carver's values of inquisitive research and service in the current generation of Tuskegee students.
Tuskegee University Director of Athletics, Willie Slater has announced the hire of Trelanne Moore-Powell as the school's new women's basketball head coach.
A Boeing-Thurgood Marshall College Fund partnership will provide scholarships, internships and other programs that prepare students for Boeing careers.
NSF-funded research may soon lead to new sustainable, plant-based materials commonly used in everything from computer cases and automotive parts to biomed interventions.
Jacqueline McArthur-Taylor has turned her desire to help people into 14-year career of preparing the next generation of social work professionals.
Dana Chandler, known as Tuskegee’s human history book, ensures Tuskegee’s legacy is properly documented, remains consistent and is vital for use today. Chandler serves as the university’s archivist
Tuskegee University has named as its new chief operating officer Dr. Charles N. Smith, whose higher education experience has included leading student development, assessment
Dr. Niya Miller, one of Tuskegee's newest communications faculty members, has become a classroom favorite among students for her use of tech and pop culture in her teaching.
Beginning this fall, a new bachelor of science degree will bolster students' pursuit of careers in the computer engineering industry.
The Tuskegee University Office of Alumni Affairs, in partnership with Publishing Concepts Inc. (PCI), is conducting a comprehensive update of the university’s alumni database.
Tuskegee’s 133rd spring commencement on Saturday, May 12 featured 1985 Tuskegee alumnus Barron M. Witherspoon Sr., global VP for industry affairs at Procter & Gamble
Taurus Thompson, a 2016 animal science graduate, offers some life lessons for the class of 2018 based on his own experiences as a young alumnus.
A continuing partnership between Boeing and Tuskegee’s Department of Aerospace Science Engineering is allowing students to experience design-build-fly process firsthand.
The Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine celebrated the accomplishments of its 66 graduates during its annual spring commencement on May 5
The Tuskegee University Marching Crimson Pipers is featured in a commercial with former National Basketball Association (NBA) Star, Shaquille O'Neal. The spot made its debut last Sunday.
Dr. Lily D. McNair will become Tuskegee University’s eighth president, and its first female president, in its 136-year history, beginning on July 1, 2018.
Junior sales and marketing major Melody Wilson is heading to the "Big Apple" this summer for an NBCUniversal internship.
This spring, Tuskegee University will award 392 undergraduate and 98 graduate degrees.
A 3 p.m. ceremony on May 11 honoring Tuskegee's engineering graduates will include a keynote address by Procter & Gamble's Karan Dyson, a 1996 mechanical engineering graduate.
For more than half a century, attorney Fred D. Gray has championed and safeguarded the civil rights of others through a number of landmark Alabama legal decisions.
A $50,000 competitive grant award from The Home Depot’s “Retool Your School” program follows a successful two-month social media campaign.
Some may know her as the chief’s wife, and others as “Mama Mardis,” but what some do not know is that Robin Mardis is also a Tuskegee University student.
Dr. Matthew Alexander Jr '99, current Barbour County Schools superintendent, will keynote the annual Education Induction Ceremony on May 10.
Tuskegee has narrowed down its presidential search to two finalists, and expects to vote on its selection as the university's eighth president by May 11.
Tuskegee alumnus Dr. Diarra Blue will deliver the address for the May 5 College of Veterinary Medicine Commencement Exercises
Tuskegee University honored its own on Friday, April 20 during its 67th Annual Recognition Exercises. The event recognizes exceptional service and commitment
Many contemplate what they want to be when they grow up, but for Aleeyah, pursuing a career centered around architecture and construction science was a given.
Soon, that next scoop of fertilizer you spread in your garden could be a new, more sustainable option developed by researchers at Tuskegee University.
Procter & Gamble global executive and 1985 Tuskegee alumnus Barron Witherspoon Sr. will serve as the speaker for the university's May 12 spring commencement exercises.
Beyoncé's BeyGOOD initiative announces that Tuskegee is among the four HBCUs to benefit from her newly established Homecoming Scholars Award Program.
Tuskegee University’s undergraduate architecture program has been reaccredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) for a historic eight-year term.
This week's 'Skegee Spotlight shines on 1998 alumnus Robert Constant, author of the children's book "Hey Tuskegee!"
Pageants lead to the crowing of Miss and Mister Tuskegee University for the 2018-19 academic year.
Commemorating the 1997 Presidential Apology for the U.S. Public Health Service Syphilis Study at Tuskegee will serve as a capstone for this week’s 7th Annual Public Health Ethics Intensive Course.
Our weekly "Skegee Spotlight" shines on Asia Woodson of the Office of Student Financial Aid