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  • Icon Michelle Asuquo - Aspiring Scientist and Traveling Nurse

    Sophomore Michelle Asuquo presented ‘Analyzing the Effectiveness of Graphene Membranes: A molecular dynamics study’ at the Emerging Research National Conference in Washington, DC.

    Icon Shaw Students to Show Off Business Skills at SXSW
    HBCU grads have always taken pride in their marching bands, but this spring in Austin, Texas, Shaw students are looking to bring home bragging rights for their school in a slightly different competition: The 2018 HBCU Battle of the Brains.
    Icon Tyshawn White - Finishing Strong
    Tyshawn White didn’t start his college career at Shaw University, but he’s finishing it here strong. The senior biology major originally began his career at a larger university before realizing that a big school wasn’t a great fit for him.
    Icon Zahrea Lewis Covers All the Bases
    Zahrea Lewis is a junior chemistry major from Savannah, Georgia. She plays first base on the softball team for the Bears and is enrolled in the Honors College.
    Icon Honors College Seniors Attend NAAAHP Conference
    Tyshawn White and Chanel Martin, presented their research at the 2017 National Association of African American Honors Programs Conference held at Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA.
    Icon From Soldier to Student - Marquel Sanders Shares His Story
    Kinston, NC native Marquel Sanders entered the Army right out of high school in 2010. After three years of active duty, he enrolled at Shaw University to continue his education.
    Icon Student Spotlight: Marisa Richardson
    Junior, Marisa Richardson was one of eight recipients chosen to receive this year’s North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities Undergraduate Research Program Award.
    Icon Shaw Junior Selected for HBCU Innovation Summit
    Emanuel Williams was one of 104 students from over 30 universities nationwide to be selected for the HBCU Innovation Summit
    Icon Internship Unveils Possibility Beyond Plans for Natavia Ray
    Natavia Ray came to Shaw University with a few of life’s milestones already under her belt. Now 32, Ray is a non-traditional student.
    Icon Internship Shows Christian Davis Medicine is His Wheelhouse
    Davis spent June 17-July 29 in the Summer Medical and Dental Education Program at the Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut. At Yale, Davis took organic chemistry and physics; shadowed doctors in the ER and in Primary Children’s Care at Yale-Newhaven
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