Walk in My Shoes musical highlights AIDS impact on Black youth

JCSU's Collegiate Health Improvement Project presents the musical theatrical production A Walk in My Shoes March 3-5, 2017.

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Dr. Melvin Herring to head Masters in Social Work program

Dr. Melvin Herring is poised to become director of Johnson C. Smith University's Masters in Social Work program in May 2017.

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Two JCSU faculty members named James B. Duke endowed professors

Dr. Hang Chen and Dr. Brian Madison Jones have been appointed James B. Duke Endowed Professors. The deans of the College of STEM and the College of Arts and Letters, respectively, are being recognized for their academic excellence, as the program provides outstanding faculty members with recognition, reward, and opportunities for professional development.

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White House Initiative picks JCSU student as HBCU All-Star

Tremell Parker, a 20-year-old sophomore from Durham, N.C., is the latest HBCU All-Star chosen to represent Johnson C. Smith University on the national stage.

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JCSU President Ronald L. Carter to leave in June 2017 after leading transformation

Johnson C. Smith University President Ronald L. Carter today announced his plans to leave the university at the close of the 2016-17 academic year, after more than eight years of leading the institution through transformation and enhancing its visibility and partnerships nationally and in the Charlotte community.

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Johnson C. Smith University announces new board chair and vice chair

Chairman Monroe Miller today announced Shirley J. Hughes as the chair-elect and Kevin Henry as vice chair-elect of Johnson C. Smith University’s Board of Trustees. Hughes, who currently serves as vice chair of the board and chairs JCSU’s Trustee Committee on Governance, will be the first woman to lead the board. She and Henry will begin their three-year terms on August 1, 2016.

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2nd Annual Veterans Symposium to be held at Johnson C. Smith University

Metropolitan College at Johnson C. Smith University has partnered with the Student Veterans of America and My Veteran’s Keeper to host the 2nd Annual Veterans Symposium.

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Detective to star in Homicide TV series

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Detective Garry McFadden ’82 is a 35-year veteran on the force. He is also the subject of a documentary series, “I Am Homicide,” which premieres Tuesday, June 14 at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery channel.

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Porgy and Bess to be broadcast live, free at two Charleston locations

Musical theatre lovers in the Charleston, S.C. area can see the JCSU Concert Choir perform in a sold-out production of opera “Porgy and Bess” for free.

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Students win scholarships at National Association of Black Accountants fete

Juniors Fellan Ferguson and Francoise Ntakirutimana attended the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) 15th annual scholarship and awards reception, held at the Foundation for the Carolinas.

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