Johnson C. Smith University ranks top 10 in North Carolina for online programs

Johnson C. Smith University is taking top honors in a new poll. SR Education Group released its 10th Annual Best Online Colleges in the Nation, and JCSU is taking the #9 spot in North Carolina.

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JCSU community saddened by the loss of Fred "Curly" Neal '75

It is with tremendous sorrow that Johnson C. Smith University shares the loss of Fred "Curly" Neal, a 1975 alumnus who was a former member of the Harlem Globetrotters and the Golden Bulls basketball team.

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Social Work Spotlight: Dr. Helen Caldwell

Dr. Helen Caldwell is credited with creating what is now known as the School of Social Work on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University, in which she serves as dean. As a social worker of nearly 40 years, she prides herself on her work, and the impact she’s made on faculty and students at the University.

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School of Social Work develops Dr. Dorothy I. Height Scholarship Fund

Johnson C. Smith University’s School of Social Work is accepting donations for the Dorothy I. Height Scholarship Fund, aimed at furthering the well-being of students continuing the legacy of the iconic social worker.

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JCSU student explores career opportunities at Amazon Conference

Justice Jackson ’21 attended the 2020 conference Beyond the Yard: Your Path, Your Future, sponsored by Amazon from January 31 – February 2, 2020.

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JCSU golfers tee off with a Carolina Panther

It’s not every day you get to golf with a professional athlete, but for two members of Johnson C. Smith University’s golf team, that dream became a reality.

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Recent graduate shares his experience as an intern for Congresswoman Alma Adams

Before the start of the fall semester, Cameron Mitchell ’19 learned he was selected to intern for Congresswoman Alma Adams. Mitchell, a Charlotte native, served as Congressional Press Intern to Adams, who serves North Carolina’s 12th Congressional District.

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JCSU international student publishes poetry book

For Tawanda Nyahasha '20, the power of his pen and voice, has led him from his home country of Zimbabwe, Africa to Johnson C. Smith University. The creative wordsmith recently released his first book of poetry entitled "The Burdens of a Wise Man."

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JCSU alum shifts from NASCAR to Sheriff’s Office

Dejah Gilliam ’16 was used to working in the fast lanes as a member of NASCAR’s Integrated Marketing Communications Department. The former Johnson C. Smith University communication arts major is shifting gears and joined the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office.

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Lima-Neves challenges students to design course syllabus for Black women and hip-hop

Dr. Terza Lima-Neves, associate professor of Political Science Johnson C. Smith University, took a different approach to teaching her hip-hop class, POL 491: Seminar on Black Women and Hip-Hop music. The course, intended to be a collaborative effort between students and the professor, is the first of its kind at JCSU.

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