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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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Norfolk State University Selects Barnes & Noble College

Norfolk State University has selected Barnes & Noble College as its provider of campus bookstore services. Under the terms of the new agreement, Barnes & Noble College will manage bookstore operations in the Student Center. The four-year plus eight-month contract began on October 1, 2016, with the initial contract period ending on May 31, 2021. […]

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Norfolk State Celebrates Founders Day & Inaugurates Sixth President

Norfolk State University opened its doors September 18, 1935. As part of the week recognizing its founding, the University inaugurated its sixth president, Eddie N. Moore Jr. (left), on Friday, September 16. Other activities during the weeklong celebration included a Founders Day Breakfast with award-winning journalist and TV One news host Roland S. Martin (right) […]

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Director of Facilities Management Wins Honor

The Association of Physical Plant Administrators has awarded Norfolk State University’s F. Daniel Young the 2016 Meritorious Service Award, the APPA’s highest award for individual service. Young, Director of Facilities Management, was honored for his years of participation and service to APPA and the field of facilities management for education institutions. “The strength of APPA […]

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NSU Invests $9 Million in Ongoing Residence Hall Renovations

In advance of the upcoming fall semester, Norfolk State University has invested $9 million in current and ongoing projects to renovate its eight campus residential facilities—where more than 1,500 new and transfer students are projected to start classes at the 80-year-old institution. The improvements include upgrades to student rooms, lobbies, and computer labs, in addition […]

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Faculty Member Bequeaths Gift to Norfolk State’s MCJR Department

Professor Linda Hudson Scanlan loved Norfolk State University. For 17 years, Scanlan taught journalism at NSU. In addition, she also chaired the journalism department for seven years. She actively engaged her students and kept up with them, even after they graduated and she had long since retired. Scanlan, who passed away in 2015 at the […]

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National Science Foundation Awards Norfolk State $5M Grant

Norfolk State University has been awarded a $5 million grant by the National Science Foundation to research renewable energy. An NSU team of interdisciplinary researchers led by Dr. Aswini Pradhan, professor of engineering and the Center for Materials Research, will work to find solutions to the global energy challenge. The grant funding is for five […]

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