Doctors tell us that increased flexibility and range of movement can help us avoid injury during exercise, and the most recent guidelines from the American College of Sports Medicine recommend flexibility exercises as part of a fitness routine. WSSU’s Dr. Lynn Millar, PhD, FACSM, a professor of physical therapy, provides some advice.

Winston-Salem State University is one of 11 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), represented by the IERC Education Foundation, selected to develop custom study abroad programs that will enroll students beginning Summer 2014. Learn more here.

The latest U.S. News and World Report rankings indicate that Winston-Salem State University is holding its own among regional public institutions. Learn more here.

Sign-up for Free Legal Advice with TALIAS WSSU
Tonight’s forum is “Family Law Questions” with Attorney Nakia C. Davis, supervising attorney for the Family Law Clinic at NCCU-School of Law.  She will be answering questions that relate to Child Custody, Child Support, and Divorce.

You can register by clicking the link above to reserve your place for one of TALIAS WSSU upcoming events.  Space is limited and priority will be given to early responders.

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WSSU has a free and exciting opportunity for North Carolina Residents, TALIAS(Technology Assisted Legal Instruction and Services) is a live, interactive, videoconference series which originates at the North Carolina Central University School of Lawand broadcast to its participating hosted sites, Winston-Salem State University, Fayetteville State University, Elizabeth City State University and North Carolina A&T State University.

TALIAS WSSU is located at the Enterprise Center(former Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club.)  The videoconferencing series provides a communication forum which allows people to access experts skilled in various practiced areas.
These volunteer Attorneys hold free workshops for low-income North Carolina residents through NCCU School of LAW and broadcast live to TALIAS WSSU.  Participants in the workshops may ask questions through the TALIAS videoconferencing system.  TALIAS saves citizens the time and cost of commuting to attend meetings and workshops in person.  The goal is to provide a convenient communication method for low-income North Carolina residents that need legal advice.

Winston-Salem State, after their  30-22 win over Concord (W.Va.) is ranked number 5 in the nation in Div. II in the AFCA. It is a big boost heading into their game with Morehouse College in the Cleveland Classic.  Learn more here.

Two WSSU Students Will Participate in the 5th Year Celebration of 105 Voices of History

Antony Howard and Jonathan Figgers will represent Winston-Salem State University in the 105 Voices of History HBCU National Concert Choir’s opening event on September 21 at the Andrew Mellon Stage in Washington, D.C.
Howard, a tenor from Butner, and Figgers, a bass from Charlotte, will join representatives from the Historically Black Colleges and Universities from across the [...]

Two WSSU Students Take First Place in Freedom of Speech Competition

Breanna Holmes and Iveon Sprangle won first place in the radio category of the 2012 Freedom of Speech PSA competition with a 30-second public service announcement they developed.
The two Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) students were competing with nearly 200 communications students from across the country to develop either a television or radio PSA on what [...]

WSSU Foundation Board Member Named to BB&T Executive Team

Cynthia Williams, executive vice president and chief corporate communications officer of BB&T’s Winston-Salem-based Brand and Communications Strategy and member of the Winston-Salem State University Foundation, has been appointed to the Executive Management Team of BB&T. Learn more here.

Anybody ever heard of Patrick Mputu? Me neither! But some say that if he gets his act together, we will be talking about him a lot! We’ll see.

By the year 2040, if not sooner, more people of color or ethnic difference will live in America than do whites. A recent study at Winston-Salem State has come to that conclusion. See why.

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