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  • Icon Bobby Collins New Shaw Head Men’s Basketball Coach
    In an announcement that emphasized "winning," "proven," and "excited," Director of Athletics, Dr. Alfonza Carter, named Bobby Collins as head men’s basketball coach.
    Icon Shaw University Postpones Major Events
    The University's decision reflects commitment to the well-being of the campus community in the face of COVID-19 outbreak.
    Icon University Statement on Coronavirus
    Shaw University’s priority is the safety and security of its students, faculty, and staff. The University continues to monitor updates and guidelines from the Governor’s office, CDC, and other sources regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19 ).
    Icon Shaw U HCASC Team Competing for National Championship
    The Shaw University Honda Campus All-Star (HCASC) Team was once again selected to be part of the "Great 48" who will compete during the 30 National Championship Tournament. This is the first time in more than thirteen years that Shaw has been invited to the HCASC Nationals in consecutive years. 
    Icon Blue Cross NC Awards Major Grant to Shaw University
    Shaw University announced that Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) has awarded a $300,000 grant to support student development and retention through the Student Retention Gap Fund and a Summer Academy Institute (SAI).
    Icon The Return of @THEREALWRIGHT
    The newest member of Shaw University's Admissions team is none other than Ryan Wright ’19, who served as Shaw’s SGA president for 2018-2019. After earning his BS in recreation management, Wright worked as a kindergarten teacher in Durham Public Schools.
    Icon Tyler Ford: Success Outside of the Comfort Zone
    Tyler H. Ford ’18, has come a very long way from Stone Mountain, GA. Ford currently is serving as a lobbyist and research associate with McGuireWoods Consulting.
    Icon Shaw U and NC Theatre to Collaborate on Artistic Engagement Initiative
    Shaw's Department of Mass Communications and NC Theatre to utilize the musical Memphis to explore power of social influencers to promote engagement with art and music.
    Icon NC HBCU Painting Series Comes to Shaw
    The James E. Cheek Learning Resources Center introduced an exhibit of paintings highlighting North Carolina’s HBCUs with a reception for the artist, Shawn Etheridge
    Icon Shaw Represented at Mass Moral March
    Shaw University faculty, staff and students were among the thousands who participated in the Annual Mass Moral March on Raleigh, dubbed HKonJ for "Historic Thousands on Jones St."
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