Two Golden Bulls chosen for NC Governor’s HBCU internship program

Johnson C. Smith University students Brianna Glymph and Braxton Gambrell were chosen to be among the 50 participants in the North Carolina Governor's HBCU Internship Program.

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Joyner inducted into Sports Wall of Fame

On May 17, 2018, Stephen Joyner Sr. was inducted into the Mecklenburg County Sports Wall of Fame. Mary Foxx Johnson ’77 presented the award to Joyner and helped him unveil his plaque on the wall.

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Google Computer Science Summer Institute Extension at Johnson C. Smith University

May 31, 2018--Johnson C. Smith University has partnered with Google to pilot Google's Computer Science Summer Institute (CSSI) Extension program.

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Student represents JCSU in Alpha Kappa Alpha’s national leadership program

Johnson C. Smith University junior Mary Holiman was selected as one of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.’s Spring 2018 Leadership fellows. She’s the first AKA from the region to participate in the competitive annual program, which since 1979 has chosen 30 young women nationwide in which to invest resources, education and mentorship to prepare them to be leaders.

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JCSU’s push for healthier options on campus aligns with cultural shift toward wellness

Johnson C. Smith University announced a three-year commitment to Partnership for a Healthier America’s (PHA) Healthier Campus Initiative, with concrete deliverables aimed at supporting a healthier campus culture.

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National Urban League President Marc Morial to deliver JCSU's commencement keynote

Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League, will deliver the keynote address for Johnson C. Smith University's commencement exercises May 20, 2018.

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Student earns MetLife STEM scholarship

Johnson C. Smth University sophomore Kioda Wilson earned a $2,000 MetLife STEM scholarship that recognized her academic excellence and passion to improve her community.

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Maker Conference a cutting-edge success

Johnson C. Smith University's Maker Conference, held April 13, 2018, brought together the Charlotte community to create with the latest in digital and cutting-edge technology, and came a step closer to bridging the digital divide.

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Maker Conference helps bridge digital divide

The James B. Duke Memorial Library partners with Discovery Place Education Studio, Makerspace Charlotte and Apple to host a full-day conference April 13, 2018, giving Charlotte and particularly under-served West Side tech entrepreneurs the opportunity for hands-on experience with cutting-edge digital equipment and concepts.

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Freshmen focus on tech-entrepreneurship over Spring Break

Johnson C. Smith University’s FreshStart program created an opportunity for 11 freshmen students to learn about tech-entrepreneurship as a career opportunity during their spring break, March 12-16, 2018.

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