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Mass Communications Students Sweep Environmental PSA Competition
Eight Shaw University Mass Communications students received awards in the City of Raleigh’s Environmental PSA competition.
Dr. Baloubi and Tara Gibbs Receive Lawrence M. Clark Awards
Dr. Désiré Baloubi, chair of the Shaw University Department of Humanities and professor of English and Linguistics, and Tara Gibbs, a graduate student in Shaw’s Divinity School, were selected to receive the Lawrence M. Clark Award.
Senior Matthew Coleman Receives Gus Witherspoon Award
Shaw senior Matthew Coleman, a Mass Communications major from Durham, NC, received the 2014 Undergraduate Award during the 20th Annual A. M."Gus" Witherspoon Community Recognition Awards Program.
Alumnus Warrick Scott Featured on WRAL’s Tar Heel Traveler
Warrick Scott ’00, Founder and Executive Director of the Wendell Scott Foundation, discussed his grandfather’s legacy as NASCAR’s first African-American star with WRAL-TV’s Tar Heel Traveler.
Social Work Students Attend Diversity Recruitment Event
Shaw University Social Work majors Jack Ellerbe and Hermione Ruffin were selected to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work’s second annual on-campus Diversity Recruitment Event.
Lady Bears Hold Off Fayetteville State To Claim Fourth Straight CIAA Title
The Shaw University Lady Bears held on late in the game to clinch their fourth straight CIAA Tournament Championship on Saturday evening with a 73-70 win over Fayetteville State University.
Student Athlete Jeffrey Legree Featured on WRAL-TV
Every time 28-year-old Jeffrey Legree takes part in a basketball practice or game at Shaw University, he gives it his all.
Bahamian Brotherhood Performs at Cary Church
The First Reformed Church of Cary (FRCC) celebrated Black History Month with a performance by Shaw students who make up the Bahamian Brotherhood ensemble.
Professor Dighton Presents at Local and National Conferences
Desiree Dighton, assistant professor of English in the Shaw University Department of Humanities, presented "Writing Pedagogy and the Digital Humanities," as part of Duke University’s "Doing DH".
Student NAACP Chapter Participates in Moral March
The Shaw University Student NAACP chapter joined more than 80,000 people in downtown Raleigh for the Moral March on Raleigh.
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