Tag Archives: NSU Honors College

NSU Names Honors College for Philanthropist

The Norfolk State University Board of Visitors recently voted to name the University’s Honors College for local philanthropist Robert C. Nusbaum. The announcement was made during NSU’s 100th Commencement exercises May 6. Nusbaum, a prominent attorney, and business and community leader, has been the chief patron of the NSU honors college program since its inception […]

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Black Lives Matter Class & the Honors College Present . . .

NSU’s newest class offering “Black Lives Matter” and the Honors College will present a day-long symposium titled The Miseducation of America: Racial Violence and Healing and The Politics of Protest Wednesday, Nov. 16 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Student Center, rooms 138 B-C. The event will feature the film “Wilmington on Fire” and discussion […]

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Faculty Highlights

Spartan “Legion” Named Band of the Week Professor William H. Beathea, acting director of bands and assistant professor of music, recently announced that the NSU Marching Spartan “Legion” Band was named Band of the Week by the HBCU Gameday for its outstanding halftime performance during the NSU versus North Carolina A&T Football matchup held in […]

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News from the NSU Honors College

After winning her category, Oral Presentation in the Arts/Humanities, at the Norfolk State University Undergraduate Research Symposium, interdisciplinary studies major Maiya Taylor went on to present a different topic at the Southern Regional Honors Council Conference (SRHC) in Orlando, Florida, March 31-April 2. She was joined by fellow Honors College students Armonee Avent and Tyla Morris. The SRHC […]

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In Observance of the Anniversary of Shakespeare’s Death . . .

Norfolk State University’s Honors College and the Department of History and Interdisciplinary Studies are sponsoring Shakespeare and Othering: An Interdisciplinary Discussion of Shakespeare’s Works and World April 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Student Center, Room 149. The event is a commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. The seminar will […]

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Honors College Delegation Travels to the UK

Under the auspices of the Parsons Honors College Faculty Development Grant, four NSU faculty members traveled to the United Kingdom in June to participate in the Collegium for African American Research Conference held at Liverpool Hope University June 24-27. Faculty members and their respective presentations included: Dr.  Page Laws – The Warmth of Other Memories: […]

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