Several Saint Augustine’s University students are gaining valuable work experience through internship opportunities with some local organizations. The experience that internships offer is invaluable to the future career plans for these students. The professional knowledge gained through these summer programs will help students establish a real-world view of their area of interest in a real-time […]
Alisha D. Andrews and her daughter JohLeeshia DyShae’ Long-Whitley will both be graduating from Saint Augustine’s University this weekend, Saturday, May 11 at 9 a.m. Both graduates will be receiving their degrees in Criminal Justice. Alisha is graduating through the Extended Studies Program, while JohLeeshia is graduating as a traditional student. View the ABC11 story here.
Saint Augustine’s University would like to congratulate Dr. Tyrell Carr for his hard work & diligence in securing research funding from the National Science Foundation Research Initiation Award program in the amount of $299,926. This project, entitled “Research Initiation Award: Identification and Characterization of Cofactor-Linked RNAs in Plants,” is under the direction of Dr. Tyrell Carr. […]
Professor Lena Wang-Anthony, who teaches Chinese Language and Culture for traditional students and Microeconomics and Macroeconomics in the Extended Studies Department, has been selected as Program Leader for Beijing University’s Summer Chinese Language Camp. She completed the three-day Minneapolis Global Leader Training Program conducted by the Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE) where she designed […]
BOWIE, Md. (May 5) – Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) continued its CIAA dominance in men’s outdoor track and field on Sunday. The Falcons relied on their traditional depth to cruise past Virginia State University 194-101 for its 22nd straight conference crown at the CIAA Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Championships held at Bowie State University. Meanwhile, […]
A panel of representatives from Raleigh TV station CBS17 came to Saint Augustine’s University on Friday, May 3, to talk about their jobs and give students advice on how to get that first job in the media. The panel included a couple of recent SAU grads, Donald Carey and Walter Colvin, who work at the […]
On Wednesday, April 24, Saint Augustine’s University hosted its Mister and Miss SAU pageant. The contestants included: Contestants must be concerned with issues facing Saint Augustine’s University and the community. Participation in the Mister and Miss SAU pageant empowers young men and women to achieve their personal and professional goals while providing a forum in […]
On Friday, April 12, 2019, faculty and leaders from various HBCUs and MSIs in North Carolina met to discuss “Innovative, Collaborative, Leadership at Minority Serving Institutions” during the 2nd gathering of the group. In attendance were (left to right): Dr. Marino Green, Chair, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Saint Augustine’s University Dr. Cassandra Acheampong, […]
School of Sciences, Mathematics, and Public Health Students Represent at 8th Annual Shaw University Student Research Symposium
On Friday, March 29, 2019, students from the Department of Biological and Physical Sciences and the Department of Engineering Mathematics presented their summer research findings at Shaw University’s 8th Annual Student Research Symposium. The symposium is an event that “features oral and poster presentations of research projects and internships by students from departments and colleges across […]
On Thursday, May 16, WAUG Radio and TV Station General Manager, Mr. Cy Young is to be inducted into the International Musician Summit Foundation’s Hall of Fame, Class of 2019. The ceremony will be held at the Durham Hilton Hotel in Durham, North Carolina. Congratulations Cy Young!