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"Made Especially for You by Willie Kay” exhibit at the N.C. Museum of History honors Shaw alumna. Just inside the museum’s glass windows, is a showroom of wedding gowns and other formal dresses.

It’s like making soup. That’s how Shaw University Class of ’84 alumna Celeste Beatty describes the essence of the recipe and sentiment of the craft beer she began brewing at home 17 years ago. 

South’s first HBCU is stage for frank talks about how a Hillary Clinton presidency will improve education.

Arrival of Epic 2020 class comes at 1st year anniversary of President Tashni Ann Dubroy with more than 600 new students arriving to campus.

Shaw and American Underground Capitol Broadcasting Company have completed negotiations to relocate the Rocky Mount CAPE program to Rocky Mount Mills. The new site at mixed-use Rocky Mount Mills will train students for 21st century jobs.

Assistant professor of biology Dr. Eric Butler is giving new meaning to the "secret lives of bees."

Students, faculty, staff and alumni engage to raise monies to match grant from A.J. Fletcher Foundation.

Historic uptick in applications proves Shaw is still a college of choice. This statistic represents a welcomed change to the declining enrollment numbers now being experienced by universities all across the country.

The Triangle Business Journal has announced that Shaw University is the recipient of the 2016 BDO Life Sciences Award in the category of “Outstanding Research by a University.”

HBCU Digest, the top news resource for historically black colleges and universities, has released its list of finalists for its Sixth Annual HBCU Awards ceremony.

When Danette Majette crossed the stage at the Raleigh Auditorium earlier this month as a 2016 magna cum laude graduate of Shaw University, nobody could see the post- traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that caused chronic pain, depression and anxiety following a retail job injury that almost kept her away.

North Carolina Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve presented President Dubroy with the Above and Beyond Award for Shaw University's support of the Guard and Reserve.

Shaw University increased its alumni base by 235 graduates on Mother’s Day at its 2016 commencement that began with a procession from the downtown Raleigh campus to the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium.

Triangle Business Journal unveiled the first batch of its 2016 class of 40 Under 40 Leadership Awards winners. The 40 Under 40 awards recognize outstanding professionals under the age of 40 for their contributions to their organizations and to the community.


President Dubroy will join more than 3,500 expected graduates and guests at Kingsborough Community College where she will deliver the keynote address to the graduating class of 2016 during the College's 51st Commencement Exercises.

The National Alumni Association of Shaw University provided several generous donations to assist with student scholarship and engagement.


Wells Fargo Scholars Program established to build banking professionals, business leaders.

President Dubroy outlined institutional priorities she expects will position Shaw as a strategic partner in the city and state.

Sports executive brings business savvy, leadership experiences and formula for success to graduates.

Five years ago, on April 16, 2011, 30 tornadoes tore through North Carolina. There were more tornadoes reported that day than any other day in history.


Dr. Tashni-Ann Dubroy reveals investment priorities to meet Raleigh’s industrial vision.

PNC Bank's Grow Up Great Foundation has awarded a $20,000 grant to the Center for Early Childhood Education, Development and Research for its Growing Greater Through Science project.

President Dubroy to be honored for EPIC leadership, inspiring HBCU growth during Movement of Youth's 10th Anniversary celebration.


Since President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13532, the number of STEM partnerships with HBCUs has grown significantly.

Gift brings renovations, new equipment to 68-year-old campus chapel.

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