Archive | June, 2016

Enrollment Projections Trending Upward at Norfolk State University

(NSU NEWSROOM)—Prospective students have shown increased interest in a Norfolk State University education as preliminary estimates from the University’s Office of Enrollment Management show that NSU has received more than 6,200 applications from first-time freshman and nearly 1,000 applications from transfer students for the 2016-17 academic year. The University projects to enroll more than 1,500 […]

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Researchers Engage Community at Children’s Museum of Virginia

Norfolk State University professors will once again team up with officials at the Children’s Museum of Virginia for the Building with Biology event taking place July 16. The event, part of a nationwide festival, will have fun, hands-on activities designed to encourage interest in the emerging field of  synthetic biology and other related science fields. Events are […]

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Kwizopia SOL Quiz Game Earns Award for Gaming Lab

(NSU NEWSROOM–Monday, June 20, 2016) – The Creative Gaming and Simulation Lab at NSU has brought home a silver for Kwizopia, its Standards of Learning quiz game. Kwizopia won a silver award in the 2016 International Serious Play Awards competition. The Serious Play program recognizes outstanding examples of titles that deliver a high quality of […]

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Labor Day Classic Returns

By Matt Michalec, Assistant AD/Communications Norfolk State University Athletics Director Marty L. Miller announced recently that the Labor Day Classic football game will return to the Spartans’ schedule in 2016 and run for a three-year period. NSU will host a pair of its old Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) rivals in the return of one of the […]

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Deputy Chief of Police Named

Derrick Boyd has been selected as the Deputy Chief of the Norfolk State University Police Department. Boyd has been in law enforcement for more than 16 years. His background includes active-duty military service as well as security management experience at the federal and local law enforcement levels. Boyd has a proven track record of developing […]

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Virginia Education Department Holds Meeting at Norfolk State

The Virginia Department of Education has chosen Norfolk State University as the hosting site for its professional development meeting. Additionally, NSU’s Simulation Education curricula will be demonstrated by our nursing faculty. The meeting, scheduled for July 25 in the Nursing and General Education Building, will review and demonstrate best practices for the use of clinical […]

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Spartan Football Season Tickets Now On Sale!

Yes, Hampton Roads . . . Norfolk State University will have a football season. The Norfolk State University Spartans will host five teams this year at William “Dick” Price Stadium as part of the 2016 Football Schedule. Season tickets are now on sale either online at http://www.nsuspartanstickets.com or at the NSU Ticket Center between the […]

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Governor McAuliffe Announces Administration Appointments

Governor Terry McAuliffe recently announced his appointments to the Boards of Visitors at Virginia’s colleges and universities, the State Council for Higher Education for Virginia and the State Board for Community Colleges. “Virginia’s economic future runs through our colleges and universities, and the leaders I appointed to boards of visitors this year understand the imperative […]

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NSU Round Up Scheduled for July 12

The Office of Admissions will host “Round Up” for prospective students. If you are interested in attending college for the first time or would like to transfer from another college, please plan to attend this session. Prospective students will be able to fill out the admissions application with the $45 application fee waived and receive an on-site […]

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CyberSecurity Summer Camp for Teens Begins in July at NSU

Looking for an exciting and informative activity for your youngsters during the summer? Well, you don’t have to look any further than Norfolk State University. NSU’s Information Assurance Research Education and Development Institute (IA-REDI) is hosting a two-week GenCyber Cybersecurity summer camp for high school students (rising 9th, through 12th grades). The camp will be held […]

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