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Got Expired Drugs? Bring Them to NSU

The Norfolk State University Police Department is hosting a National Prescription Drug Take Back Day for the community Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the NSU Police Department building located at 2501 Corprew Avenue. Bring your pills for disposal to the NSU Police Department, lobby area.  We cannot accept liquids, needles or […]

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Minority Health Month Observance at NSU

NSU’s minority health disparities center brought Dr. Wizdom Powell, an associate professor of health behavior at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health, to kick off its month-long observance of minority health. Powell spoke Tuesday, April 4, at 6 p.m., in the Student Center. Powell is also associate director of the Center of Health Equity Research,  […]

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School of Social Work Sponsors Substance Abuse Intervention Training

Norfolk State’s Ethelyn R. Strong School of Social Work is hosting the Screening, Brief Intervention & Referral for Treatment (SBIRT) training on campus Tuesday, April 18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Student Center, Room 370. SBIRT is a comprehensive public health approach for delivering prevention, early intervention and referral to treatment services […]

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NSU Forges Partnership with Coast Guard

Norfolk State University President and CEO Eddie N. Moore Jr. recently met with Coast Guard representatives to sign a formal memorandum of agreement that will make the two entities partners in the College Student Pre-Commissioning Initiative (CSPI) program. CSPI is a Coast Guard scholarship program established in 1989 to improve the diversity of its officer corps. […]

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GEICO Supports NSU Student-Athletes

It was a great afternoon for a ribbon-cutting/unveiling. Representatives from Hampton Roads Transit including President and CEO William E. Harrell; Brian Smith, assistant to the president and CEO; Alonzo Crittenden, HRT advertising; and Tom Holden, public affairs director; joined Norfolk State University officials President Eddie N. Moore Jr., Athletics Director Marty Miller and Coach Claudell […]

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Senior Art Exhibit Opens

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Commencement Gets New Start Time

For the first time in many decades, NSU graduating seniors may have the opportunity to sleep-in on their special day . . . commencement. That’s right, NSU’s May 6 ceremony — the University’s 100th Commencement — will take place at 4 p.m. at the Norfolk Scope Arena. Parents, grandparents, aunties, uncles, cousins — the whole family […]

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Your Invitation to a Taste of NSU

NSU is inviting the community to its inaugural Taste of NSU: An Evening of Culture & Cuisine May 18, from 6–9 p.m. at Norfolk State University’s Student Center. Organizers are hoping that this event will begin a new tradition at the University that will showcase its performing and visual arts students and inspired-cuisine from around the region […]

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SR Education Group Ranks NSU

Norfolk State University’s computer science degree program made the list of most affordable online degree programs released by the SR Education Group. The education publisher, founded in 2004, just issued a new report of the 2017 Most Affordable Online Master’s Degrees. The 23 schools ranked offer the most affordable online computer science master’s degrees, with […]

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Norfolk State Graduating Class gets an Opportunity to Cap It Off

By Marisa A. Grey, Communications & Marketing Intern For the first time ever, Norfolk State University will allow graduating seniors to decorate their mortar boards in honor of the upcoming 100th Commencement ceremony to be held May 6, at the Norfolk Scope Arena. Senior class president Tichira Smith thought of the idea as a way […]

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