City Councilman Derwin Montgomery

City Councilman Derwin Montgomery

Derwin Montgomery, WSSU grad, city councilman and pastor, has always been going places. His next stop will be as executive director of the Bethesda Center, the city’s largest center for the homeless. Read more here.

WSSU Choir headed to Charleston, SC.

WSSU Choir headed to Charleston, SC.

The WSSU University Choir is always headed somewhere. This time it is headed to Charleston, SC. Read more here.

For a lot of people, taking a standardized test is not a cakewalk. WSSU is trying to help applicants on taking these types of tests to help further their education. Read more here.

Chancellor Donald J. Reaves

Chancellor Donald J. Reaves

According to Charlotte Observer columnist Barry Jacobs, WSSU Chancellor Donald Reaves’ call to reverse course in the drive to become a Division I program in athletics has proven to be the right call. Read more in his column.

WSSU and SECCA Collaborate to Present Gather Round –
A Symposium on the Work of Kevin Jerome Everson
Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) and the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) have partnered to bring artist Kevin Jerome Everson together with distinguished scholars and other artists to Winston-Salem for a daylong symposium.
Gather Round will be held Oct. 2 [...]

WSSU Choir to Perform at Colour of Music Festival

The Winston-Salem State University Choir will join other noted university choral groups for the second annual Colour of Music festival in Charleston, S.C. October 22-26.
The WSSU Choir will perform George Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess Concert Suite along with the Morehouse Glee Club and the Benedict College Concert Choir on October 24.  The choir from WSSU [...]

WSSU Visiting Scholar Dr. M. Badrul Alam to Speak on India-U.S. Relations and its Global Impact on September 17

Dr. Mohammed Badrul Alam, professor and Political Science department head at Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi, India, will speak about the global impact of India-U.S. relations at 11 a.m. on September 17 in room 136 of the R.J. Reynolds Building on the campus of Winston-Salem State University.
Free and open to the public, Alam, a WSSU visiting scholar [...]

A statewide HIV/AIDS conference at WSSU is expected to draw hundreds to the campus. Learn more here.

Four Elected to the WSSU Foundation Board of Directors

The Winston-Salem State University Foundation has elected four new board members.  They are Tamisha Clark, general manager at Cook Medical; Wendy Knight, vice president at Novant Health, Inc.; Crystal Thompkins, vice president for BNY Mellon; and John Thorne, senior director of benefits at Reynolds American.
The Foundation’s returning officers are Peggy Carter, retired vice president of the [...]

As many of you may know, there is a lot going on around Bowman Gray Stadium at start of the football season. So, here is information we all need to be aware of.

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