Upcoming forum to explore critical issues and design practice that considerably impact success in architectural education and practice.
Environmental scientist-turn-community-organizer seeks to improve opportunities for others in the community through the power of education and mentoring.
A new partnership will create global learning, collaborative opportunities for students in the Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science.
Student, faculty efforts help elevate the social work profession as they seek to provide for others on campus who may be struggling with food insecurity.
Annual event offers cyclists, runners and walkers a venue to “live their best lives” while emphasizing the health benefits of exercise and proper nutrition.
A forum involving National Book Award authors will help shine a brighter light on the necessity of a society free of racism and obstacles to democracy.
Upcoming student-led political science symposium to consider issues of constitutional rights and women in leadership.
Sophomore Jared Savage explains how the Red Tails Scholarship Foundation has helped keep his dreams of flying professionally soaring during his studies.
Annual tribute to Tuskegee graduate and acclaimed composer William L. Dawson to include a public lecture and concert on April 6.
Convocation to cap off Founders’ Day Weekend events, which include annual alumni reunion events and the Dawson Institute Lecture, Concert.
Distinguished professionals explored President McNair's "new era of leadership and excellence" by sharing perspectives from their careers and the importance of mentoring during the March 16 inaugural symposia.
Faculty, students share perspectives on the conflict and crisis African-Americans face in medicine, education and communication at upcoming regional conference.
Tuskegee to compete in — and serve as first-time hosts — for this year’s annual Southeast Institute of Food Technologists Student Association’s Regional College Bowl Competition.
Tuskegee returns to the national stage for this year’s annual meeting of the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge academic competition.
Senior transfer student Kameron Holness is easily making her mark through service to Tuskegee’s student body — especially her fellow international students.
Architecture students’ creativity helps Tuskegee find new and imaginative ways to recognize its philanthropic donors.
Long-time Tuskegee administrator and faculty member Dr. H. Frank Leftwich, who served Tuskegee for 50-plus years, passed away on Friday, March 15.
Dr. McNair’s two-time alma mater bestows its annual Distinguished Alumni Award on the newly inaugurated president.
Publication honors McNair, Freeman for tackling higher education challenges, exhibiting extraordinary leadership, and making a difference in their communities.
President McNair outlines a “new era of leadership and excellence” during her March 15 inauguration, while paying tribute to Tuskegee’s legacy and rich history.
Students claim awards for poster presentations, oral presentations and innovation at national STEM conference.
Events through the remainder of March emphasize the role of — and need for — social workers in advocating for others
California-native N’Daya Jordan combines sports and her growing network of campus friends as a way to bridge the divide between her hometown and her campus home.
Horton’s lecture to further memorialize the literary legacy of 20th century African-American writer and scholar Ralph Ellison.
A special group of alumni and friends have come together to further President McNair’s “new era of leadership and excellence” as part of upcoming inaugural events.
Johnson’s expertise in higher education law and other legal practice areas to benefit the university’s Office of the General Counsel and Vice President for External Affairs.
A 2 percent tuition and housing increase — effective fall 2019 — will provide students greater access to quality faculty, academic programs and facilities.
Tuskegee sets out for “four-peat” in The Home Depot’s annual campus-improvement grant program.
Tuskegee will usher in a “new era of leadership and excellence” through presidential inaugural events the week of March 10.
Tuskegee’s next Lyceum Series presenter will encourage students to surmount obstacles that stand between them and the possible.
Department of Defense grant will allow electrical engineering team to enhance functionality of targeting systems relying on automated image processing.
Miss. State and Tuskegee partner with Southern Literary Trail to present lecture and exhibition celebrating the work of P.H. Polk
New racking system will better position Legacy Museum staff to properly steward and preserve artistic and historic masterpieces.
Higher ed index lauds Tuskegee and other HBCUs for making college affordable, advancing economic opportunity and restoring the promise of the American dream
On Friday, Feb. 22, Nobel Laureate Dr. David J. Wineland will offer a public lecture at Tuskegee University as part of the Annual Meeting of the Alabama Academy of Science.
Now in its 127th year, Tuskegee’s Annual Farmers Conference seeks to provide farmers in Alabama and beyond with uncommon solutions to common agricultural problems.
Graduate students in the College of Veterinary Medicine are recognized for completing academic milestones relating to their studies in public health.
Tiger’s Den Food Pantry grand reopening seeks to meet food insecurity needs among the university’s student body.
American Chemical Society honors memory of Tuskegee chemistry professor Dr. St. Elmo Brady with a landmark at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Tuskegee’s Honda Campus All-Star Challenge team begins annual competition with a national qualifying tourney in Atlanta
Third annual symposium seeks to promote, preserve and disseminate black history, culture and the liberal arts.
Witherspoon’s 30-plus-year P&G career has given him multiple vantage points from which to influence the global marketplace and consumer goods industry.
New dean of students poised to bring multi-institutional career experience to her work fostering student success and enhancing campus life.
Cheryl Ferguson, an archival assistant with Tuskegee University Archives, is among the 15-member Authenticity Project Fellows’ 2019 cohort.
February’s Black History Month programs reflect on African-American heritage while projecting “a bold declaration of faith into the promise of our future.”
Ten LET US Academy Life Series speakers will share valuable career lessons with Tuskegee students during the Spring 2019 semester.
African-American civil rights activist Tarana Burke will share about her efforts to lift up marginalized voices and support survivors of sexual abuse and assault.
Tuskegee’s marching band travels to Florida for a repeat appearance in the St. Petersburg parade honoring Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and dream
“Faith Week” to celebrate the university’s religious and cultural diversity, and King’s vision for courage, justice and peace.