July 15, 2019

Dr. Patrick Webb, a Faculty Member, Enters Into Agreement with the Wake County Sheriff’s Office

As of July 3, 2019, Dr. Patrick Webb, a faculty member of the criminal justice department at SAU, has entered into an agreement with the Wake County Sheriff’s Office to conduct research in relation to youth arrest rates in Wake County. This will involve gathering information among officers in relation to their 1) level of awareness, […]
July 8, 2019

Rodrick Miller, Alumnus and 45 Under 45 Honoree, Named CEO of Invest Puerto Rico

Saint Augustine’s University’s motto, Transform. Excel. Lead., is key to any student that sets foot on campus. It encompasses all that students face and the opportunities that are presented to them as they matriculate. It can also be said that students carry this motto with them when they leave SAU. This is true for Rodrick […]
June 27, 2019

Charlotte Housing Authority Awards $4,000 Scholarship to Sophomore Delicia Bost

Sophomore exercise science major Delicia Bost, was awarded a $4,000 scholarship from the Charlotte Housing Authority Scholarship Fund for maintaining a GPA above a 3.5. Ms. Bost hails from Charlotte, NC. Upon graduation, she plans to become a physical therapist and/or an athletic trainer. Not only does Ms. Bost excel in the classroom, she is also very […]
June 25, 2019

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) Erects Public Signage Acknowledging Federal Funding

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) has officially received its signage erected in front of the SAU Chapel acknowledging the receipt of $312,250 grant funding to support and preserve the University’s Historic Chapel. SAU is one 18 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) receiving grants totaling $8.6 million in funding. This grant from the Department of Interior […]
June 21, 2019

Alumni Giving to the Annual Fund, Athletics and Scholarships Makes A Significant Impact

Alumnus, Dr. Ruben Cowart Class of 1964 and his wife, Evelyn, made a $40,000 gift to the University, following a commitment to assist his alma mater in its effort to return to, and maintain a stronger position of financial stability. “The University is fortunate to have alumni with a heart for students and who will […]
June 18, 2019

SAU Alumna and Students Connect at Lenovo

Many opportunities await students who venture to get an internship. Experience, career opportunities, mentorships, just to name a few, are in the realm of possibilities for interns. Bercario Bodie, senior business major, and Briana Person, senior accounting major, find this to be the case at their summer internship with Lenovo. There they meet Class of […]
June 14, 2019

SAU Hosts College-Ready Students for College Tours This Summer

As Saint Augustine’s University prepares to host students for the fall semester, summer tours are underway. Student Orientation Advising and Registration (SOAR), Open Enrollment, and independent tours account for numerous new students, enrolled or pending, to gather what it means to be a Falcon. CBS17 wrote a story regarding college tours and what they mean […]
June 13, 2019

Three SAU Faculty Participate in Advanced Placement Reading in Tampa, Florida

Ethel Ophelia Johnson, M.F.A., an Assistant Professor of Film Studies, was promoted to serve as a Table Leader during the 2019 AP (English Language) Reading held June 1-10 in Tampa, Florida. Johnson has served as an AP Reader since 2007. Lamont Sparrow, Assistant Professor of English, was also selected to serve this year as a […]
June 12, 2019

Update: SAU Professor of Science, Dr. Tyrell Carr, Secures Research Grant

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. […]
June 10, 2019

SAU Student Participates in Summer Research at West Virginia University

This summer, Dandre Conyers, a senior Psychology major from Nassau, Bahamas is participating in the “Summer Psychology Research Program” at West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV. For eight weeks, Dandre will be conducting specialized research in the areas of social and clinical psychology. Dr. Natalie Shook, an associate professor at West Virginia University, will serve […]