Dean Jones examines higher education on Charlotte Magazine’s #discussCLT panel

On Oct. 17, 2018 Dr. Brian M. Jones, dean of the College of Arts and Letters and the College of STEM, joined representatives from the state’s third-largest university, a renowned culinary school and the state’s biggest community college to discuss the state of education in Charlotte.

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Student film featured in international 100 Words Film Festival

Marlon Newman, a Johnson C. Smith University communication arts major, wrote and directed a film selected for the 100 Words Film Festival in Toronto, Canada.

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Golden Bull ready for her close-up

Senior Jocelyn Stanley is preparing for a career in the movie industry with an internship at Susie Films, a full-service film production company.

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Vespers date announced

The Johnson C. Smith University Concert Choir and the Johnson C. Smith University Alumni Choir is pleased to present the Christmas Vespers Service Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the Jane M. Smith Memorial Church.

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Dance dreams take stage at Open Streets 704 Fest

The JCSU Repertory Dance Company performed Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018 at the Open Streets 704 Festival. The community-building event attracted thousands to Charlotte’s West Side, near JCSU’s campus, and allowed sophomores Essence Mayhew and Neja Ervin, junior Janiya Miller, and senior Michaya Mason a chance to shine.

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‘American South’ film uncovers unsung heroes of Civil Rights

Award-winning film “The American South as We Know It” screens August 28, 2018 from 6-8 p.m. at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts and Culture. The documentary was written, directed and shot by Frederick Murphy, a former JCSU staffer, and Andrew Smith ’15, JCSU’s first graduate to major in film.

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Blue Cross NC Invests $325,000 in Expansion of Johnson C. Smith University’s Sustainability Village

The investment will expand Johnson C. Smith's Sustainability Village to four greenhouses, ensuring food production year-round and increasing healthy food options for West Charlotte.

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New data science minor funded by National Science Foundation grant

With five courses in development, professors expect the curriculum to challenge Johnson C. Smith University students to solve social or business problems in new ways.

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Cheryl Curtis appointed to academic publications board

Curtis’ appointment to the publications board of the American College Personnel Association, a leading national student affairs association that publishes journals, books, and papers for learning professionals, should boost publications from diverse student and faculty at Johnson C. Smith University.

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JCSU alliance completes minority STEM pipeline in Charlotte

This summer, Johnson C. Smith University hosted 80 students from Ranson IB Middle School and West Charlotte High School to teach computer programming skills through the IBTechReady and ENTICE programs.

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