A new Tuskegee University patent aims to make the meat production industry more environmentally friendly and economical. Researchers in the College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Sciences invented a new livestock feed
In Alabama alone, more than 1 billion chickens were produced in 2010
Tuskegee University has again earned recognition by U.S. News & World Report. Tuskegee ranks No. 6 among historically black colleges and universities that have the highest average freshman retention rates
Diverse: Issues In Higher Education has ranked Tuskegee University among the top 100 institutions for granting undergraduate and graduate degrees to minorities. Tuskegee took top spots for several degree areas
For the fourth year, Tuskegee University has earned recognition as a top historically black college and/or university by U.S. News & World Report and its Best Colleges guide.
For the fourth consecutive year, Tuskegee University is among the top baccalaureate colleges in the country. Washington Monthly has recently released their annual college guide and Tuskegee is No. 2
For the third consecutive year, Tuskegee University has garnered a top spot on Washington Monthly’s ranking list for baccalaureate colleges. Out of 350 colleges and universities, Tuskegee was ranked No. 2
The Golden Tigers Football team made history Sunday night, and will live to fight for another day. The NCAA announced that Tuskegee will travel to Florence, Ala. to play the Lions of North Alabama
Washington Monthly, a non-profit publication that focuses on U.S. government and politics, named Tuskegee University No. 1 in its national ranking
Forbes, a leading financial and business publication, recently released its list of top colleges in the U.S., representing the top 20 percent of all undergraduate institutions.
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine has listed Tuskegee University among the top 100 baccalaureate-degree-producers of minority and African-American students in the nation.
"Hit a home run" in life, Hammerin' Hank Aaron told an overflowing crowd of mostly youngsters at Tuskegee's Black History Month program.
Hammerin' Hank Aaron, baseball's all-time home run king and National Hall of Fame hero, will deliver the keynote address for the Black History Month program