"Show Me Your Walk HBCU Edition" to feature government, entertainment, business and sports personalities
Process patented by materials science and engineering, pathobiology faculty holds potential to recycle industrial wastewater.
Junior political science major Nina Hylton to begin summer fellowship focusing on art conservation, cultural heritage preservation.
Tuskegee football alumni grow their scholarship impact through a newly established endowment.
Video-based observance to feature many elements of the traditional spring commencement program.
Researchers to evaluate the quality and durability of 3D-printed parts to meet the environmental demands on NASA’s HLS integrated lunar lander.
Online ceremony will recognize the Class of 2020’s 56 DVM candidates.
McNair begins the presidential transition as she readies to resume full-time duties on May 15.
Applications from alumni throughout the Appalachian Regional Commission’s 13-state region encouraged by June 1 deadline.
With medical supplies dwindling, Tuskegee faculty gather surplus masks, gloves and other protective equipment for use by frontline workers.
Funding will advance research enhancing municipal water supplies.
Grant award to help fund outdoor, Wi-Fi-enabled seating, study areas for students.
Integrative Biosciences doctoral cohort provides facts about the coronavirus pandemic.
1894 alumna Elizabeth Evelyn Wright Menafee celebrated for her contributions to education in South Carolina
Tuskegee Family resoundingly responds to call for support with $70K-plus in gifts during first week of giving.
The college’s annual summer outreach program for high schoolers is among events cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A continuing institute program underscores the importance of preserving African American cultural heritage preservation.
With Tuskegee degrees on their walls, these alumni are named this year’s “Most Influential Black Executives in Corporate America.”
New collaboration leverages each school’s academic strengths to enhance student education, historic preservation efforts.
A charitable gift from the national grocery chain will help Tuskegee students struggling to avoid hunger.
University, alumni pay homage to the legendary African-American fighter pilots of World War II.
Tuskegee partners with Alabama’s farmers, landowners to solve common agricultural problems in uncommon ways
A new Tuskegee University Urban Agriculture Innovation Center is breathing new life into a downtown Montgomery community.
Open House postponement part of university’s comprehensive response to the coronavirus pandemic.
University errs on the side of caution for alumni traveling cross-country for Founders’ Day Weekend.
Lecture to share the story of Alabama bells spanning centuries and encapsulating the history of the state itself.
Carver’s peanut research credited with helping Enterprise’s post-boll weevil economic recovery
March 19 Teacher Education Fair opens K-12 professional opportunities for graduating seniors majoring in education and other disciplines.
Tuskegee DVM alumnus among four OSU grads inducted into its alumni association’s Hall of Fame.
Online resource to provide regular updates on health-, travel- and other university-related news regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
Tuskegee’s student body elects new Student Government Association leaders for the 2020-21 school year.
Newly renovated baseball facilities will be rededicated prior to home game against the LeMoyne-Owen Magicians.
“Social Work in an Interdisciplinary Setting: Generations Strong” conference to help professionals of all generations continue to make a difference.
Workshops, career fair headline annual industry event for architecture, construction science students
Materials science and engineering professor honored for innovation within the fields of STEM education and research
Annual society event celebrates Tuskegee spirit of doing common things in an uncommon way.
Student-musicians to log more than 1,400 miles during upcoming Texas-to-Alabama tour.
Think tank partnership seeks to build trust among those affected by HIV, and to develop solutions to battling the growing epidemic.
Tuskegee Civic Association recordings spanning 1957 to 1971 include several powerful civil rights leaders.
Professional nursing website ranks Tuskegee’s nursing program ninth in U.S., first in Alabama among HBCUs.
As Sigma members, Tuskegee nursing students will have a new pathway to developing their leadership potential and making a global impact.
Continuing seminar series to focus on motivating organizations, teams and groups to be “incubators of human potential.”
Cullors will share about her advocacy for criminal and social justice reform, sign books during a public forum at 4:30 p.m.
Voting support from alumni and friends through April 5 will be vital to this year’s success.
An immunotherapy discovery could help patients avoid rigorous chemotherapy treatments by harnessing their own immune systems.
Tuskegee looks to continue its winning tradition in this national academic quiz bowl-style competition.
Panels, presentations and banquet keynotes will center on concepts of remembrance, renaissance and revolution.
“From Slave Ship to Spaceship” to celebrate the pioneering contributions by African-Americans to the U.S. space program.
Temporary art exhibit recounts the painful past and quest for justice surrounding lynchings in the U.S.
In just its first year, the new Writing Center is already proving itself to be a valuable resource to students wanting to sharpen their writing skills.