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.
Stage and screen veteran Ben Vereen to discuss his role in the groundbreaking TV miniseries Roots and its continuing influence on civil rights today.
A lifetime of collecting works preserving the African perspective will benefit academics and research at Tuskegee for generations to come.
Three LET US Academy Life Series alumni speakers will share valuable career insights with students during the spring 2020 semester.
Two-time graduate and faculty researcher Dr. Clayton Yates will draw on Carver’s pioneering spirit as the convocation’s keynote speaker.
Dr. Donna Y. Ford of Ohio State University to share insights and concrete strategies for increasing scholarly writing and publishing outcomes.
“Embracing Our Heritage and Continuing the Struggle” to serve as the central theme of month-long programs throughout February.
Annual Law School Fair and related events to help students prepare for and pursue their legal career goals.
The semiannual Global Education Fair helps students map out academic and cultural opportunities that can broaden their college experiences.
Tuskegee University will celebrate its annual “Faith Week,” during the week of Jan. 20-26, the week’s theme will highlight a “20/20 Spiritual Vision”
The Division of Student Affairs gains a new leader who brings 25-plus years of experience to her role administering student development, learning, wellness and overall success programs.
Lyceum Series to host encore performance by New York-based Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s dance ensemble.
Men’s and women’s head tennis coach died on Friday, Dec. 20
Library of Congress adds full-color Carver film along with “Purple Rain,” “Sleeping Beauty” and others to list of annual ‘influential’ films.
Two from Tuskegee’s NROTC program begin their military service as U.S. Navy ensigns.
The 36-hour program will deepen knowledge base, research expertise for future psychological professionals and educators.
Four young alums are uniting under the banner of inspiring 2,020 donors — or more — to give before the beginning of 2020.
A National Park Service-funded partnership will help preserve vital personal and oral histories of the area’s civil rights struggle.
Seasoned higher ed admissions leader to devise new strategies for admissions, financial aid, registration and records, and retention and student success.
Tuskegee will lead a multi-university team sharing organic farming best practices and research for implementation throughout the Southeast.
The Golden Voices Concert Choir and other student musicians continue the university’s long-standing holiday concert traditions.
Tuskegee’s Carver Museum hosts traveling Alabama Bicentennial exhibit documenting landmark Alabama-based Supreme Court civil rights cases.
Nursing dean honored by the Southern Regional Education Board for upholding the trailblazing spirit of nursing educator Dr. M. Elizabeth Carnegie.
The college’s annual White Coat Ceremony on Nov. 2 marks students’ transition to the clinical phase of their studies.
Current Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science dean will begin serving her alma mater as interim provost upon the retirement of Dr. Roberta Troy
A recent award from NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center underscores the research strengths found in Tuskegee’s College of Engineering.
An event honoring female leadership in east Alabama will celebrate three university women for their contributions to bettering the region.
“Parlay” embodies the fan spirit associated with the university’s “Ball and Parlay” spirit song, the unique sounds of the Marching Crimson Pipers Band and game days under The Shed.
President McNair provides operational updates and outlines six priorities that are part of her vision in her Fall 2019 update to the Tuskegee University community.
Red Tail scholar-pilots take to the skies as part of pre-game homecoming festivities as they carry on the proud Tuskegee Airmen tradition.
First Gentleman George W. Roberts makes a once-in-a-lifetime return to his high school alma mater to be inducted into its hall of fame.
Retiring interim provost and two-time Tuskegee alumna Dr. Roberta Troy will make one of her last university addresses
A new campus leadership initiative leveraging education and cultivating greater leadership potential kicks off on Friday, Nov. 15.
A new NASA grant will provide students with the education and experience needed to help address manufacturing needs in the U.S. aerospace sector.
Signage at the campus tennis courts and a new annual scholarship will memorialize the former sports standout, who was killed in September 2013.
This year’s five inductees into the ROTC Hall of Fame represent more than a century of combined U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army leadership.
Tuskegee meets Los Angeles as county leaders honor President Lily D. McNair and the university as part of its County Board of Supervisors meeting on Oct. 22.
Tuskegee’s Nov. 9 scholarship fundraising gala will feature alumni Tom Joyner ’70 and Ebony Steele ’94, and R&B singer/songwriter Monica.
Retired NFL defensive end Michael Johnson is now tackling matters close to his heart — education, health and tech opportunities for Alabama’s youth.
Tuskegee’s President McNair joins with corporate, government leaders to break down barriers to career advancement for women of color.
The seasoned higher education fundraising professional is the newest addition to President Lily D. McNair’s leadership team.
Inspired by the Tuskegee Airmen legacy, communications major Jabare Carroll is acquiring life lessons as a student that he hopes to help impart to the next generation.
Dr. John Solomon’s research on hypersonic flight has the potential of reducing a two-hour commercial airplane ride to 10 minutes.
Students broaden their national and global perspectives through an ongoing partnership with the California’s University of Redlands.
Events surrounding Tuskegee’s 95th annual homecoming game on Nov. 9 will allow students, alumni and fans to reconnect, recollect and celebrate.
A collaboration with The Wings Club is providing students with insiders’ perspectives into aerospace and defense industry careers.
President Lily D. McNair offers university condolences, as well as grief-counseling advice for students.
For years, the Golden Tiger mascot has gone without a name, but a new campaign now through homecoming seeks to change that.
Annual event celebrates National Public Lands Day while highlighting the natural resources and cultural diversity found in the Tuskegee National Forest.