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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Bars and Beats move feet at jam session

Soul Junction Bars and Beats Jam Session brought together professional musicians and Johnson C. Smith University students in a celebration of jazz, soul and funk on Thursday, March 1, 2018.

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JCSU hosts NASA conference

Johnson C. Smith University held a special consortium with NASA and over a dozen HBCUs and Minority-Serving Institutions to address the critical need to diversify the STEM field on Feb. 28, 2018.

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The Duke Endowment gives ‘heavenly’ welcome to JCSU president and wife

The Duke Endowment gave JCSU President Clarence D. Armbrister and First Lady Denise McGregor Armbrister a 'heavenly' welcome to the Charlotte, N.C. community March 21, 2018, as Armbrister laid out his map for JCSU's sustained success.

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Black History celebration looks at Ghana’s kingship model as roadmap to success

JCSU kicked off Black History Month with a lecture on the book “Divine Kingship of Asante: A Model For Sustainable Development of Self and Community,” which looks to Ghana's kingship model as a route of empowerment for African Americans.

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Golden Bulls win top spots in CIBER business competition

Johnson C. Smith University students took first and second place in the Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER) International Case Competition, held at Georgia State University March 8-9, 2018.

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JCSU launches first cohort of Ronald McNair Scholars program

Johnson C. Smith University has launched its first cohort of the Ronald E. McNair Scholars program, aimed at increasing the number of minority and first-generation college students successfully completing doctoral studies.

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