Service in the community where you work or live is a big part of WSSU’s brand. Recently, WSSU Chancellor Elwood Robinson, helped more than 600 high school students visiting WSSU as part of the Lott Carey Youth Seminar understand what that means. Read more here.
You never know where your opportunities will come from. But you have to be ready when they do come. Malaysian chemistry professor Dr. Ng Sing Muk took his opportunity to teach and lecture at WSSU and provided an opportunity for two WSSU chemistry students to study at his university. Read more here.
In China, most foreign visitors are allowed to see what the government wants them to see. But WSSU professor of economics Craig Richardson was able to see a little more and gain a better understanding of how the Chinese economy works. Read more here.
Sometimes it’s hard to see the forest for the trees. But, WSSU professor of economics, Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi, says he sees improvement in the general economy. Read more here.
Hye Young Kim, a South Korean-born artist, now teaching at Winston-Salem State University, will be asking people to be recorded as they spend three minutes in intimate proximity with someone with whom they have a relationship, in her “Intimate Distances Project”, during a month-long “Currents” residency at the Santa Fe Art [...]
Winston-Salem State University has been awarded a five-year grant totaling $2.3 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to better prepare undergraduate students in the biomedical and bio-behavioral sciences to compete for graduate programs leading to Ph.D., medical degrees or a combination of a Ph.D. and medical degree.
“The WSSU Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement [...]