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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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Women’s History Month Milestones

In observance of Women’s History Month, check out this list of milestones:* 1839 Mississippi becomes first state to grant married women right to hold property in their own names, independent of their husbands 1840 Catherine Brewer becomes first woman to receive a bachelor’s degree, from Georgia Female College (now Wesleyan College) in Macon, Georgia 1843 […]

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NSU Hosts High School Track Meet

Norfolk State University and William “Dick” Price Stadium will host the NSU High School Invitational Track & Field Classic April 7-8. The two-day meet will feature top track and field teams throughout Virginia and several from out of state. It will be one of the larger high school meets on the East Coast this spring, with […]

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Robotics Competition Quarterfinals Held at NSU

More than 600 middle and high school students converged on Norfolk State University as part of the FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Competition quarterfinals Feb. 4 at Joseph G. Echols Hall. Fifty teams used their problem-solving skills, creative thinking and team work to score points as their robots were challenged by rotating and stationary goals. The event was the last […]

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University Completes Fitness Trail on Campus

It started out with a vision . . . followed by discussion and then a concept back in February last year. In an effort to maintain the health and wellness of the Norfolk State campus community, University leaders have created a fitness trail on the campus complete with exercise equipment. Pennoni, a civil engineering firm, was hired for […]

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NSU Hires New Chief Auditor

Following a nationwide search, the Norfolk State University Board of Visitors selected Arutyun Aristakesian to serve as the new chief audit executive. As chief audit executive, Aristakesian directs the internal audit department, which provides independent appraisals and reviews of university functions. The chief audit executive operates under the direction of the audit committee of the […]

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NSU Faculty Receive National Library of Medicine Grant

Norfolk State faculty members in diverse disciplines have received a $48,000 grant from the National Library of Medicine to engage in community outreach to decrease the spread of the HIV.  Project CHOICE: Information Access is designed to provide accurate information regarding HIV/AIDS using innovative educational technology to develop an iBook and EPUB (a digital book […]

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Veterans Day Observance

NSU’s Office of Military Services and Veterans Affairs sponsored a Veterans Day observance last week at the Student Center. NSU President and CEO Eddie N. Moore Jr., a Navy veteran, provided a warm welcome to the group, thanking everyone for their attendance and service. “We have a proud tradition of ROTC at this institution. I’m in negotiations […]

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Bite of Science Dinner held at NSU

  Norfolk State University was the host site for the October Bite of Science professional enrichment session. Dr. Ashley Haines, associate professor in the biology department, served as one of the invited guest speakers for the event. The speakers discussed their research and related it back to the classroom in an effort to inspire teachers. […]

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Elaine P. Witty Symposium

November 11-12, 2016 Norfolk State University — Bozeman Education Building The Sociocultural Realities of Today’s Students A CONFERENCE FOR: PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS IN-SERVICE TEACHERS P-12 ADMINISTRATORS COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS UNIVERSITY FACULTY/ADMINISTRATORS Friday, November 11 @ 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. Poster Session and Guest Panel Discussion: How Poverty Impacts Student Achievement Saturday, November 12 @ 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. […]

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