November 8, 2019

SAU Students and Faculty Attend “Having Our Say” Dress Rehearsal


Last night SAU students and faculty who participated in the Having Our Say Pop-up Book Club attended the dress rehearsal of the NC Theatre production of Having Our Say. The play is based on the memoir of the Delany Sisters who grew-up on the SAU campus. The show was fabulous. The play opens to the public […]
November 8, 2019

Dr. Mark Melton Named Director of QEP


Dr. Mark Melton, Dean of the School of Sciences, Mathematics and Public Health, has been named Director of QEP. Dr. Melton possesses a wealth of grant-writing experience and has led learning abroad initiatives throughout his career with Saint Augustine’s University. Dr. Mariah Murrell, Interim Assistant Vice Provost of Institutional Effectiveness/SACSCOC Liaison, stated, “We are excited […]
November 6, 2019

The Albert and Bessie Warner Fund Renews Grant


The Department of Media and Communications in the School of Humanities, Education, Social and Behavioral Sciences is happy to announce the renewal of their grant with the Albert and Bessie Warner Fund.  Monies from this grant will support the operations of the Falcon Forum.  Mr. Dan Holly, faculty advisor to the Falcon Forum and Department Chair for Media and Communications stated, “We are […]
October 31, 2019

Guest Speaker, Mr. Lǚ, Teaches Chinese Calligraphy for Monthly Cultural Program


The General College, under the leadership of Dean Kengie Bass, invited a guest speaker, Mr. Lǚ, to teach Chinese Calligraphy in its monthly cultural program series.  Calligraphy is widely known as a traditional Chinese form of writing with a brush and ink. Writing with a brush requires much more complexity than holding a pen and running it across the […]
October 31, 2019

Dr. Sheria D. Rowe Named Assistant Dean for the School of Business, Management and Technology


Saint Augustine’s University and the School of Business, Management and Technology are happy to announce that Dr. Sheria D. Rowe has been named Assistant Dean for the School of Business, Management and Technology. The appointment recognizes Rowe’s steadfast commitment to student-centered education and administrative excellence. As a part of her new responsibilities, Dr. Rowe will […]
October 31, 2019

SAU Professor Selected to Serve as Panel Chair for the 57th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences


As of October 30, 2019, Patrick Webb has been selected to serve as the panel chair for the Current Issues in Juvenile Justice at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, which is scheduled for March 24-28, 2020, in San Antonio, Texas. “The opportunity is considered an honor in relation to facilitating an […]
October 22, 2019

The Prezell R. Robinson Library Unveils “First African Americans on the North Carolina Bench” Exhibit


The Prezell R. Robinson Library and Campbell University School of Law are partnering for a special installation titled “First African Americans on the North Carolina Bench”, honoring the contributions of trailblazing African American judges in North Carolina today. While North Carolina today has numerous African American judges (including its first African American Woman Chief Justice […]
October 21, 2019

SAU Names New Assistant Dean of Academic Success and Accessible Education/Director of Academic Advising


Saint Augustine’s University has named Tiffany Tuma, the new Assistant Dean of Academic Success and Accessible Education/Director of Academic Advising. In this role, Mrs. Tuma will provide leadership for Academic Advising, Disability Services, and the First and Second Year Experience courses. She will also be responsible for ADA compliance for the University, ensure appropriate accommodations, […]
October 16, 2019

Sigma Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Makes Student Food Pantry Donation


The ladies of Sigma Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. in Raleigh made a very generous donation to the Saint Augustine’s University Student Food Pantry. Because of their kindness, the pantry can assist many students who are faced with food insecurities on our campus.  Their continuous support of the student food pantry has […]
October 15, 2019

Summary of Study Abroad Programs at Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) Summer 2019


The summer service-learning project in Costa Rica, as part of the Public Health Science Global Health course, served to increase the number of students who are exposed to and participate in study- abroad opportunities. The purpose of the site visit with Barcelona Study Abroad Experience in Barcelona, Spain, was to strengthen existing global partnerships in order to promote equity and increase access to study- abroad programs for underrepresented […]