April 18, 2019

WAUG Manager, Cy Young, to be Inducted into the International Musician Summit Hall of Fame


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!
April 16, 2019

Media and Communication Students Visit WRAL


  As part of a new partnership with WRAL, SAU students visited the TV station on Tuesday, April 9. Mattie Rainey, Ellis Hill, Elyscia Vaughn Brown, Lorraine Henderson, and Zariah Rudulph-Settles, along with Media & Communications Department Chair Dan Holly, were given a tour of the station by James Ford, the News Production Manager for […]
April 16, 2019

Professor Colin Adams Participates in Panel Discussion, “Lingering Effects of Lynching on Ministry”


Professor Colin Adams (Psychology) was one of three local educators to participate in a panel discussion on the “Lingering Effects of Lynching on Ministry.” The discussion was hosted by Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (Wake Forest, NC) and moderated by Rev. James White (Christ Our King Community Church – Raleigh, NC). In addition to Professor Adams, […]
April 16, 2019

Professor Rosalynde M. Fenner Conducted Workshop at the Region 3 NOBLE Training Conference in Orlando, FL.


ORLANDO, F.L. (April 13) – Over the weekend, Professor Rosalynde M. Fenner, Assistant Professor of the Department of Criminal Justice attended and conducted a workshop at the Region 3 NOBLE Training Conference in Orlando, Florida. A little bit about the workshop: The Relationship Approach to Leadership: This two-hour workshop focuses on the interactions that occur between […]
April 10, 2019

SAU Professor of English, Dr. Joyce Russell, to Appear as Panelist at Celebration of the Women’s Suffrage Movement


With the upcoming anniversaries of the 19th Amendment and the Voting Rights Act, the Raleigh Civic Symphony will perform a concert of music by female and African-American composers. Prior to this, will be a panel discussion, where panelists and the audience will engage in discussions about issues concerning gender, race, and justice as well as […]
April 9, 2019

NCDOT Installs SAU Men’s Outdoor Track & Field National Champion Sign


RALEIGH, N.C. (April 3) – The Saint Augustine’s University track & field program now has a highway championship sign highlighting its latest accomplishment. On Wednesday, the N.C. Department of Education (NCDOT) erected a sign honoring the university’s 2017 NCAA Division II men’s outdoor track & field national championship team. The sign is located on I-440 […]
April 9, 2019

SAU Director of Joseph G. Gordon Health Center, Timothy Stevenson, RN, Featured in Spectacular Magazine


Spectacular Magazine interviews Saint Augustine’s University Director of Joseph G. Gordon Health Center, Timothy Stevenson, RN. He speaks on his background and what makes him who and what he is today. See what drives him and how he exceeds expectations. Read the full story here.
April 8, 2019

SAU Instructor Selected to Present at National Human and Civil Rights Summit


Dr. Hasan Crockett, Interim Department Chair of Social Sciences and Associate Professor of Political Science, is a presenter at the National Human and Civil Rights Summit, also known as The Griffin Gathering, on Saturday, April 13, starting at 8 a.m. The Griffin Gathering will be a one-day training reminiscent of the Freedom Schools of the […]
April 5, 2019

Interim President Dr. Gaddis Faulcon Visits Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Florida


Interim President Dr. Gaddis Faulcon, Bishop Peter Eaton, and Clergy at the Joint Lenten Series Service on March 31, 2019, at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Miami, Florida.
April 4, 2019

SAU English Professor Attends 2019 Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference


Assistant Professor of English, Poet & Small-Press Publisher, Crystal Simone Smith attended the 2019 AWP (Association of Writers & Writing Programs) Conference. With 8,000+ attendees, it is the largest writing conference in the country. Professor Smith read from her award-winning co-authored collection of haiku, One Window’s Light, in Portland, Oregon on Friday, March 29. She also attended several […]