Winston-Salem State University head men’s basketball coach, Bobby Collins, has been selected for two local community service awards. Collins will receive the YMCA Black Achievers Distinguished Service Award on Thursday, May 9th at 6:30 pm at the Sundance Plaza. Collins was chosen in large part due to his leadership abilities, strong values and the service […]
Winston-Salem State University Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Brenda Allen, has been named as a 2013 “Women in Business” honoree by The Business Journal. For the 14th year, The Business Journal sought to find the Triad’s top women business leaders whose influence extends well beyond their professional roles. As you can see from […]
As high school seniors and their parents start preparing for college this summer and fall, it’s not too early to establish a college success strategy plan — which will increase the likelihood of graduation, says a Winston-Salem State University faculty member who has written a book offering tips for college success. In this current economic […]
Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) has hired Dr. Jamie B. Slater to be assistant provost for institutional effectiveness, assessment and sponsored research. “Dr. Slater has the combination of education, skills and experience that will certainly support the university’s efforts to measure our success in the areas of student learning and to ensure that we are using […]
A January 18th resolution make its clear that UNC faculty members want more control in determining curriculum for the system in the new strategic plan. The resolution has the backingbof more than half of the sytems’s institutions. Learn more here.
Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) has announced three staff changes within the Office of the Registrar. Carmen Wigfall has been named associate registrar, Andrial M. Nwaugha has been named graduation services manage, and Travis J. Mills will serve as graduation services assistant according to Sharon Stoddard, University Registrar. Wigfall joined WSSU in 2007 as a computer […]
Dana Carthron, an assistant professor of nursing at Winston-Salem State University, agrees that more training is necessary for in-home caregivers providing care for the elderly. Learn more here.
Dr. Megan Edwards, associate professor of Occupational Therapy (OT) recently received the Winston-Salem State University OT Program Faculty of Distinction Award at the Occupational Therapy graduating students awards luncheon November 30. The Faculty of Distinction Award is intended to recognize individual faculty for teaching that rises above and beyond the general class requirements to a […]
On Nov. 21, Winston-Salem State University announced the passing of the Rev. Dr. Cedric Rodney, who recently retired as the school’s James A Gray distinguished Professor of Religion and Ethics. Dr. Rodney had been on the faculty of Winston-Salem State for more than 40 years and had been the James A Gray Distinguished Professor since […]