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Tuskegee alumni applicants sought for Appalachian Leadership Institute fellowships
 

Tuskegee alumni applicants sought for Appalachian Leadership Institute fellowships

April 29, 2020

Applications from alumni throughout the Appalachian Regional Commission’s 13-state region encouraged by June 1 deadline.

Tuskegee University supplying healthcare workers, first responders with PPE equipment
 

Tuskegee University supplying healthcare workers, first responders with PPE equipment

April 27, 2020

With medical supplies dwindling, Tuskegee faculty gather surplus masks, gloves and other protective equipment for use by frontline workers.

Jafarinejad has been awarded UNCF’s Henry C. McBay Faculty Research Fellowship
 

Jafarinejad has been awarded UNCF’s Henry C. McBay Faculty Research Fellowship

April 23, 2020

Funding will advance research enhancing municipal water supplies.

Tuskegee University captures $50,000 prize in Home Depot ‘Retool Your School’ competition
 

Tuskegee University captures $50,000 prize in Home Depot ‘Retool Your School’ competition

April 17, 2020

Grant award to help fund outdoor, Wi-Fi-enabled seating, study areas for students.

RECAP: Tuskegee University hosts ‘real talk’ COVID-19 webinar
 

RECAP: Tuskegee University hosts ‘real talk’ COVID-19 webinar

April 16, 2020

Integrative Biosciences doctoral cohort provides facts about the coronavirus pandemic.

Tuskegee alumna, Voorhees College founder inducted into South Carolina Hall of Fame
 

Tuskegee alumna, Voorhees College founder inducted into South Carolina Hall of Fame

April 16, 2020

1894 alumna Elizabeth Evelyn Wright Menafee celebrated for her contributions to education in South Carolina

Newly established Student Emergency Fund addresses most immediate academic, living needs
 

Newly established Student Emergency Fund addresses most immediate academic, living needs

April 09, 2020

Tuskegee Family resoundingly responds to call for support with $70K-plus in gifts during first week of giving.

College of Veterinary Medicine cancels 2020 VET STEP amid health concerns
 

College of Veterinary Medicine cancels 2020 VET STEP amid health concerns

April 08, 2020

The college’s annual summer outreach program for high schoolers is among events cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Legacy Museum to host upcoming UNCF/Mellon Teaching and Learning Institute
 

Legacy Museum to host upcoming UNCF/Mellon Teaching and Learning Institute

April 07, 2020

A continuing institute program underscores the importance of preserving African American cultural heritage preservation.

Three Tuskegee alumni among Savoy magazine’s 2020 ‘top black execs’ in America
 

Three Tuskegee alumni among Savoy magazine’s 2020 ‘top black execs’ in America

April 06, 2020

With Tuskegee degrees on their walls, these alumni are named this year’s “Most Influential Black Executives in Corporate America.”

New UPenn, Tuskegee partnership aims to advance historic preservation, civil rights heritage in Alabama
 

New UPenn, Tuskegee partnership aims to advance historic preservation, civil rights heritage in Alabama

April 02, 2020

New collaboration leverages each school’s academic strengths to enhance student education, historic preservation efforts.

The Kroger Co. partners with the Tiger’s Den Food Pantry to address on-campus food insecurity
 

The Kroger Co. partners with the Tiger’s Den Food Pantry to address on-campus food insecurity

March 26, 2020

A charitable gift from the national grocery chain will help Tuskegee students struggling to avoid hunger.

Tuskegee Airmen inducted into Tuskegee University ROTC Hall of Fame
 

Tuskegee Airmen inducted into Tuskegee University ROTC Hall of Fame

March 24, 2020

University, alumni pay homage to the legendary African-American fighter pilots of World War II.

Annual Farmers Conference focuses on developing sustainable solutions for the industry’s changing landscape
 

Annual Farmers Conference focuses on developing sustainable solutions for the industry’s changing landscape

March 20, 2020

Tuskegee partners with Alabama’s farmers, landowners to solve common agricultural problems in uncommon ways

Tuskegee, City of Montgomery partnership addresses food insecurity, community revitalization
 

Tuskegee, City of Montgomery partnership addresses food insecurity, community revitalization

March 19, 2020

A new Tuskegee University Urban Agriculture Innovation Center is breathing new life into a downtown Montgomery community.

Tuskegee University postpones March 21 Open House
 

Tuskegee University postpones March 21 Open House

March 12, 2020

Open House postponement part of university’s comprehensive response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Tuskegee cancels April 3-5 Founders’ Day Weekend alumni activities
 

Tuskegee cancels April 3-5 Founders’ Day Weekend alumni activities

March 12, 2020

University errs on the side of caution for alumni traveling cross-country for Founders’ Day Weekend.

Kaufmann to present ‘Historic Tower Clocks and Bells of Alabama’ lecture on March 25
 

Kaufmann to present ‘Historic Tower Clocks and Bells of Alabama’ lecture on March 25

March 12, 2020

Lecture to share the story of Alabama bells spanning centuries and encapsulating the history of the state itself.

City of Enterprise pays tribute to Carver’s legacy with Centennial Memorial dedication
 

City of Enterprise pays tribute to Carver’s legacy with Centennial Memorial dedication

March 11, 2020

Carver’s peanut research credited with helping Enterprise’s post-boll weevil economic recovery

March 19 Teacher Education Career Fair offers career pathways for graduating seniors
 

March 19 Teacher Education Career Fair offers career pathways for graduating seniors

March 10, 2020

March 19 Teacher Education Fair opens K-12 professional opportunities for graduating seniors majoring in education and other disciplines.

Evans ’70 inducted into Oklahoma State Hall of Fame
 

Evans ’70 inducted into Oklahoma State Hall of Fame

March 09, 2020

Tuskegee DVM alumnus among four OSU grads inducted into its alumni association’s Hall of Fame.

Tuskegee University launches coronavirus resources microsite
 

Tuskegee University launches coronavirus resources microsite

March 05, 2020

Online resource to provide regular updates on health-, travel- and other university-related news regarding the coronavirus outbreak.

Senior architecture major Cedric Davis elected as 2020-21 SGA president
 

Senior architecture major Cedric Davis elected as 2020-21 SGA president

March 04, 2020

Tuskegee’s student body elects new Student Government Association leaders for the 2020-21 school year.

Baseball team home field play returns to Tuskegee University’s Washington Field on March 21
 

Baseball team home field play returns to Tuskegee University’s Washington Field on March 21

March 02, 2020

Newly renovated baseball facilities will be rededicated prior to home game against the LeMoyne-Owen Magicians.

Tuskegee University, VA system co-host March 13 Social Work Month conference
 

Tuskegee University, VA system co-host March 13 Social Work Month conference

February 28, 2020

“Social Work in an Interdisciplinary Setting: Generations Strong” conference to help professionals of all generations continue to make a difference.

Students gain industry insights, network with professionals at annual D+CM Expo
 

Students gain industry insights, network with professionals at annual D+CM Expo

February 27, 2020

Workshops, career fair headline annual industry event for architecture, construction science students

Tuskegee’s Rangari honored with BEYA innovation award
 

Tuskegee’s Rangari honored with BEYA innovation award

February 27, 2020

Materials science and engineering professor honored for innovation within the fields of STEM education and research

George Washington Carver Society celebrates silver anniversary during annual induction, scholarship ceremony
 

George Washington Carver Society celebrates silver anniversary during annual induction, scholarship ceremony

February 26, 2020

Annual society event celebrates Tuskegee spirit of doing common things in an uncommon way.

Golden Voices Choir gasses up for seven-day, five-state bus tour March 8-14
 

Golden Voices Choir gasses up for seven-day, five-state bus tour March 8-14

February 26, 2020

Student-musicians to log more than 1,400 miles during upcoming Texas-to-Alabama tour.

Southern AIDS Coalition, Tuskegee address effects of racism, mistrust on HIV-impacted communities
 

Southern AIDS Coalition, Tuskegee address effects of racism, mistrust on HIV-impacted communities

February 25, 2020

Think tank partnership seeks to build trust among those affected by HIV, and to develop solutions to battling the growing epidemic.

Tuskegee University’s hidden audio collections
 

Tuskegee University’s hidden audio collections

February 24, 2020

Tuskegee Civic Association recordings spanning 1957 to 1971 include several powerful civil rights leaders.

NursingProcess.org ranks Tuskegee’s nursing program 9th in country among HBCUs
 

NursingProcess.org ranks Tuskegee’s nursing program 9th in country among HBCUs

February 18, 2020

Professional nursing website ranks Tuskegee’s nursing program ninth in U.S., first in Alabama among HBCUs.

Tuskegee, UAB join forces through new nursing honors society partnership
 

Tuskegee, UAB join forces through new nursing honors society partnership

February 18, 2020

As Sigma members, Tuskegee nursing students will have a new pathway to developing their leadership potential and making a global impact.

Feb. 24 seminar on ‘unlocking human potential’ part of Booker T. Washington Leadership Institute series
 

Feb. 24 seminar on ‘unlocking human potential’ part of Booker T. Washington Leadership Institute series

February 14, 2020

Continuing seminar series to focus on motivating organizations, teams and groups to be “incubators of human potential.”

‘Black Lives Matter’ co-founder, author Patrisse Cullors to speak at Tuskegee University Feb. 25
 

‘Black Lives Matter’ co-founder, author Patrisse Cullors to speak at Tuskegee University Feb. 25

February 14, 2020

Cullors will share about her advocacy for criminal and social justice reform, sign books during a public forum at 4:30 p.m.

Tuskegee sets sights on $50K Home Depot ‘Retool Your School’ prize
 

Tuskegee sets sights on $50K Home Depot ‘Retool Your School’ prize

February 14, 2020

Voting support from alumni and friends through April 5 will be vital to this year’s success.

Tuskegee, NIH researchers develop potential way to reprogram immune cells to fight cancer, other diseases
 

Tuskegee, NIH researchers develop potential way to reprogram immune cells to fight cancer, other diseases

February 12, 2020

An immunotherapy discovery could help patients avoid rigorous chemotherapy treatments by harnessing their own immune systems.

Tuskegee pursues return to national Honda Campus All-Star Challenge competition
 

Tuskegee pursues return to national Honda Campus All-Star Challenge competition

February 07, 2020

Tuskegee looks to continue its winning tradition in this national academic quiz bowl-style competition.

Tuskegee to host annual History Research Symposium Feb. 13-14
 

Tuskegee to host annual History Research Symposium Feb. 13-14

February 07, 2020

Panels, presentations and banquet keynotes will center on concepts of remembrance, renaissance and revolution.

Feb. 19 lecture, film screening to celebrate African American’s contributions to space exploration
 

Feb. 19 lecture, film screening to celebrate African American’s contributions to space exploration

February 06, 2020

“From Slave Ship to Spaceship” to celebrate the pioneering contributions by African-Americans to the U.S. space program.

Tuskegee University hosts ‘Lynchings and Liberators’ exhibition throughout February
 

Tuskegee University hosts ‘Lynchings and Liberators’ exhibition throughout February

February 06, 2020

Temporary art exhibit recounts the painful past and quest for justice surrounding lynchings in the U.S.

Campus Writing Center helps students sharpen, build confidence in their writing skills
 

Campus Writing Center helps students sharpen, build confidence in their writing skills

February 05, 2020

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.

Award-winning actor, director Ben Vereen to discuss civil rights at Tuskegee on Feb. 18
 

Award-winning actor, director Ben Vereen to discuss civil rights at Tuskegee on Feb. 18

February 04, 2020

Stage and screen veteran Ben Vereen to discuss his role in the groundbreaking TV miniseries Roots and its continuing influence on civil rights today.

Tuskegee becomes African studies research destination with receipt of prestigious Pritchett Collection
 

Tuskegee becomes African studies research destination with receipt of prestigious Pritchett Collection

February 03, 2020

A lifetime of collecting works preserving the African perspective will benefit academics and research at Tuskegee for generations to come.

LET US Academy announces spring slate of
 

LET US Academy announces spring slate of 'Life Series' speakers

January 31, 2020

Three LET US Academy Life Series alumni speakers will share valuable career insights with students during the spring 2020 semester.

Convocation on Feb. 7 to celebrate George Washington Carver’s inventive spirit
 

Convocation on Feb. 7 to celebrate George Washington Carver’s inventive spirit

January 31, 2020

Two-time graduate and faculty researcher Dr. Clayton Yates will draw on Carver’s pioneering spirit as the convocation’s keynote speaker.

Jan. 31 seminar on scholarly writing, publishing part of Booker T. Washington Leadership Institute series
 

Jan. 31 seminar on scholarly writing, publishing part of Booker T. Washington Leadership Institute series

January 30, 2020

Dr. Donna Y. Ford of Ohio State University to share insights and concrete strategies for increasing scholarly writing and publishing outcomes.

Black History Month programs at Tuskegee embrace heritage, continued struggle
 

Black History Month programs at Tuskegee embrace heritage, continued struggle

January 23, 2020

“Embracing Our Heritage and Continuing the Struggle” to serve as the central theme of month-long programs throughout February.

Jan. 28 Law School Fair and related events to connect students with 90+ schools across the nation
 

Jan. 28 Law School Fair and related events to connect students with 90+ schools across the nation

January 17, 2020

Annual Law School Fair and related events to help students prepare for and pursue their legal career goals.

Jan. 30 Global Education Fair to help broaden students’ worldview
 

Jan. 30 Global Education Fair to help broaden students’ worldview

January 16, 2020

The semiannual Global Education Fair helps students map out academic and cultural opportunities that can broaden their college experiences.

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