First Lady Armbrister honored at Leading Ladies luncheon

Johnson C. Smith University hosted a Leading Ladies & Co. Women’s History Month Luncheon March 21, 2018 that nodded to women trailblazers and welcomed the university's new First Lady Denise McGregor Armbrister.

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ANTSHE Conference focused on adult learner solutions

Johnson C. Smith University hosted the national conference for the Association for Nontraditional Students in Higher Education (ANTSHE) March 15-17, 2018, aimed at increasing success for nontraditional students. The organization chose JCSU junior Tracy Sullivan to receive the President's Scholarship.

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Afro-Latinos celebrate Black History Month at JCSU

Johnson C. Smith University's Latinx student organization LAFA brought Afro-Latino leaders to JCSU for a panel discussion and celebration during Black History Month.

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12th annual Health Fair expands career offerings

Johnson C. Smith University's 12th annual health and career fair takes place Thursday, March 8, 2018. The free event is open to the public and offers dozens of graduate school and employment opportunities.

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JCSU Shining Star Earns Van Wagner Sports and Entertainment Opportunity

Shakoya Brown is a sophomore communications arts major at Johnson C. Smith University who has taken advantage of opportunities to jumpstart her career while attending the university. She is what you would call an ‘opportunist.’

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Miss JCSU to appear in EBONY Magazine’s HBCU Campus Queen Edition

Mariah Collins, Miss Johnson C. Smith University 2017-2018, will appear as one of the top ten Historically Black College and University’s (HBCU) campus queens in Ebony Magazine.

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Lumber Company feeds fraternal bonds

The Lumber Company, a group of former Johnson C. Smith University football players, expands their support to the rest of JCSU athletics.

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Black Ink Monks spread passion for poetry at Hebrew Academy

The Black Ink Monks, Johnson C. Smith University’s oldest non-Greek organization, returned to the American Hebrew Academy in Greensboro, N.C. to teach the students how to create and perform spoken word poetry.

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Faculty and staff present in China

Johnson C. Smith University sent Terik Tidwell, director of STEM Innovation, and Sherese Duncan, instructor of Entrepreneurial Studies and Marketing, to the maker space at Guangdong Baiyun University in Guangzhou, China. The two shared best practices with directors and faculty on encouraging student innovation and entrepreneurship.

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Armbrister opens term as 14th president of JCSU with warm address

Clarence D. Armbrister addressed faculty and staff for first time as 14th president of Johnson C. Smith University, laying out plans to refocus on the 'Four R's of resources, recruitment, retention and rigor.

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