Tenure track instructors in the Mathematics Department have duties in both teaching and governance. Candidates should be committed to improving student education both directly (through high-impact and effective instruction) and indirectly (through service to the department, college and community aim Posted on 12/14/2017 byElynor Moss
One of Alabama State University's acclaimed experts on cancer research and its director of the ASU Cancer Biology Research and Training (CBRT) - Dr. Manoj Mishra - has received a grant to teach a course on Cancer Health Disparity at the Global Initiatives of Academic Network Program (GIAN) in India Posted on 12/14/2017 byElynor Moss
Virgil Davison, one of four from Xavier University of Louisiana in double figures, scored 20 points Wednesday to lead the Gold Rush in an 83-71 men's basketball victory against Carver.
Davison made a season-high-tying five 3-pointers to help the Gold Rush (7-4) snap a two-game losing streak Posted on 12/14/2017 byElynor Moss
International students with legal status in the United States should not be worried about the new travel ban, says a public policy expert at Tennessee State University.
Dr. Michael Harris, dean of the College of Public Service and a longtime expert on Middle Eastern polit Posted on 12/14/2017 byElynor Moss
Prior to speaking to the 142nd graduating class of Alabama Agricultural & Mechanical University on December 8 at the Von Braun Center, Dr. Leslie Pollard, President of Oakwood University, was awarded the Presidential Medallion of Alabama A&M University, for "Influential and Innovative Leadership."
Posted on 12/14/2017 byElynor Moss
Delaware State University will hold its annual December Commencement at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 16 in the Memorial Hall Gymnasium.
Media representatives who plan to cover the graduation ceremony, should contact Carlos Holmes on his mobile phone at (302) 399-5972 upon arriving at the campus to arra Posted on 12/14/2017 byElynor Moss
Welcome to the 14th installment of our blog series “My Path to Google.” These are real stories from Googlers, interns, and alumni highlighting how they got to Google, what their roles are like, and even some tips on how to prepare for interviews.
Today’s post is all about Julius Adebayo. Read on Posted on 12/13/2017 byElynor Moss
Growing up on Chicago’s south side, Modteets Williams dreamed of achieving fame and fortune as a professional basketball player.
These days, Williams sees entrepreneurship as his path to success, and he’s traded in his basketball sneakers for a business plan.
Williams opened Mod’s Market, Posted on 12/13/2017 byElynor Moss
Five MEC students were selected to attend the recent Thurgood Marshall Leadership Institute in Washington, D.C. and two of them found positions through the award-winning national program.
The Institute exists to develop students’ leadership skills, create a community of scholars and provide compa Posted on 12/13/2017 byElynor Moss
When I was an undergraduate student, I had to take 5 classes in a foreign language to complete my degree.
I took classes in Spanish, classical Latin, and ancient Greek to fulfill my requirement – and needless to say – Im glad thats over with.
Ive literally spent hundreds of hours memorizing ve Posted on 12/13/2017 byElynor Moss