Cynthia Williams

Cynthia Williams

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.

Aside from the standard courses offered at most institutions in the region, some institutions are offering courses that really get your attention. Winston-Salem State University is one of several institutions identified recently as offering courses with a “different” take. See which institutions are offering what.

Carol Davis

Carol Davis

The Simon Green Atkins Community Development Commission (S.G. Atkins CDC) has amassed an impressive track record in boosting development around Winston-Salem State University’s campus. Currently, the S.G. Atkins CDC is pushing to get the opportunity to develop a property at the entrance to WSSU on Martin Luther King, Jr. drive. Carol Davis, executive director of the CDC, is in the middle of that effort. Learn more here.

Edwards Recognized with Education Award

Dr. Yolanda Edwards, a professor at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), recently received the Sylvia Walker Education Award from the National Association of Multicultural Rehabilitations Concerns (NAMRC), the division of the National Rehabilitation Association that promotes ethical and state-of-the-art practices in rehabilitation.
Edwards is the coordinator of the M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling program in the Department of [...]

The NC-MSEN (North Carolina Mathematics and Science Education Network) Summer Scholars Program camp at Winston-Salem State has been recognized as one of the best summer camps in the community.  The program placed third in its category in the 2012 Winston-Salem Journal Readers Choice Awards.  The YMCA, which has day camp programs at all of its [...]

WSSU Freshmen Take Center Stage during RAMDITION Week

From move-in on Saturday, August 11, until the newest freshman class at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) walks through the campus’ famous archway on Saturday, August 18, all activities will be focused on helping these students begin their adjustment to college life.
“RAMDITION, a week-long event all freshmen are required to attend, is a collaboration with various [...]

Congratulations are in order for Arrica Dubose-Mosely, recently named a principal in the Durham County Public Schools. Learn more here.

WSSU Director of International Programs Speaks Out Against Violence toward Sikhs

The recent mass murders of members of the Sikh religion in Wisconsin have left many asking the question, why? Dr. Joti Sekhon, WSSU’s director of International Programs, has some thoughts on the subject. See what here.

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