Third-generation Tuskegee graduate to celebrate with the university’s largest graduating nursing class in 30-plus years.
New funding from Alabama’s Department of Education helps ensure greater reach and impact for a program ultimately seeking to diversify the computer science workforce.
Professional-architect-turn-college-professor, and 1993 Tuskegee alum, Roderick Fluker is laying a foundation for his students’ future professional success.
Tuskegee’s July 26 summer commencement will feature the youngest person in 120-plus years to serve as the mayor of Birmingham, Alabama.
Seasoned pastor, Rev. Michael F. Thurman, joins ministerial staff of the Tuskegee University Chapel.
Tuskegee alum brings her vast military, corporate and private practice experience to her new role as veterinary medicine teaching hospital administrator.
New Board of Trustees leadership also marks changes to their terms of service and the role of the board secretary.
The globe-trotting academic and scholar brings his vast experience to teaching at Tuskegee, which he has called ‘home’ for nearly a decade.
Alabama Department of Mental Health honors Delores Alexander, Ardelia Lunn for their commitment to students’ mental wellness.
Recent grad Taryn Stewart leaves her role as an ambassador and campus tour guide for a career opportunity with Lockheed Martin.
A new web-based video viewbook provides prospective students and campus visitors with a cutting-edge, virtual campus tour experience.
Tuskegee veterinarian duo among the newest stars to be featured on upcoming Nat Geo Wild “Critter Fixers” TV series
A new procedure for selecting future alumni trustees will provide broader alumni participation and input.
Seasoned higher education professional brings more than 20 years of experience to leading presidential, university initiatives.
This Huntsville, Alabama, junior is leveraging her co-curricular experiences to build a professional network on campus, in the community and in the tech world.
A pair of juniors are spending their summer exploring the waters of the Gulf of Mexico as they deepen their interest and understanding of marine science.
President McNair honored by her alma mater for career success and for exemplifying the ideals associated with Princeton University graduates.
The Legacy Museum’s Theo Moore carries his passion for the past beyond the campus and into his work preserving African-American history through producing film documentaries.
Detroit native puts her artistic skills to work while pursuing her dream of becoming a professional architect.
Along with awarding 49 DVM degrees, the College of Veterinary Medicine presented four with distinguished alumni awards at its May 4 commencement.
Nearly four decades later, Woodard honors a promise to himself and his mom to earn his Tuskegee degree.
A partnership including Tuskegee University provides individuals with an opportunity to better community and economic initiatives in the nation’s 13-state Appalachia region.
NEH-funded events expand awareness and appreciation of the literary contributions by Notasulga-born author Zora Neale Hurston.
Commencement speaker, former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch receives honorary degree as part of Tuskegee’s May 11 commencement exercises.
With degree in hand, newly graduated Kayla Frazier is heading to Texas to show how women in engineering get things done.
Electrical engineering alum Roderick Milligan ’11 brings real-world professional advice to Tuskegee’s 2019 class of engineering graduates.
Teacher Education Induction Ceremony underscores the vital importance of teachers to our society and the professionalism required of today’s educators.
Senior pastor of Atlanta’s Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. William E. Flippin Sr., will share his wisdom during the university’s May 10 Baccalaureate Service.
Faculty and staff receive recognition for their exceptional service and commitment during the university’s May 2 awards program.
Social Work Pinning Ceremony will honor graduates for their dedication to serving society and empowering communities through their chosen vocation.
Tuskegee’s 2019 class of ROTC graduates includes 12 second lieutenants and two midshipmen who will be commissioned on May 10.
Tuskegee’s Class of 2019 includes 49 doctor of veterinary medicine graduates who will receive their DVM degrees and accept the Veterinarian’s Oath on Saturday, May 4.
A new partnership will provide Tuskegee students with greater access to a medical degree while promising much-needed diversity for the nation’s medical field.
Juniors Simone Amos and Zavian Bell selected to represent the university as Miss and Mister Tuskegee University for the 2019-20 academic year.
Public health graduate students champion the cause for increased support of cancer research and services throughout Alabama.
May 10 ceremony to honor Tuskegee University’s newest class of nursing education graduates.
Veterinary Medicine dean, Dr. Ruby Perry, will serve the 75-plus members of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges as its newly elected board secretary.
SGA welcomes familiar, new faces to its 2019-20 group of elected officers.
The Tuskegee Area Chamber of Commerce leads efforts to celebrate “Tuskegee University Day” in the city and county on April 17.
Upcoming spring commencement events to conclude with May 11 graduation ceremony featuring Obama-administration U.S. attorney general Loretta Lynch
Hendricks’ 40-plus-year academic and professional career honored through her inclusion in this year’s class of Alabama Nursing Hall of Fame inductees.
Annual Founders’ Day Weekend alumni events engage generations of graduates and inspire continuing philanthropy support of the university.
The Tuskegee campus will be among several Alabama locations to host filming for the upcoming Civil Rights-era movie, “Son of the South.”
Works of art on a miniature scale tell the larger story of African-American history spanning from ancient Egypt through World War I.
Tuskegee University-led exercises seek to enhance weather-, cyber- and chemical-related emergency preparedness threats throughout Macon County.
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.