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  • Icon Above and Beyond: A Celebration of the Leonard Medical Graduates of Shaw University

    On Friday, February 19th, Dean Valerie Johnson moderated a discussion with renowned public historian, researcher and author Elvatrice Belsches. The webinar, entitled Above and Beyond: A Celebration of the Leonard Medical Graduates of Shaw University, centered around the incredible contributions of the Leonard Medical School graduates.

    Icon Shaw University Recognizes HBTI Presidential/Deans Fellows

    Presidential/Deans Fellows Kathlene Judd and Yuri Yamamoto will help advance the mission of Shaw University Divinity School

    Icon Honors Student Success
    Three Honors Scholars were interviewed by Joel Brown of ABC 11 last week. They provided insightful comments on being a student at an HBCU and Kamala Harris rise to the Office of Vice President.
    Icon Representative-elect Roberson was sworn in on Wednesday January 13 2021
    After five years successfully serving as the Mayor of Knightdale, North Carolina, Shaw University alumnus James Roberson (Class of ‘86) has been selected to serve a vacated seat in the North Carolina General Assembly. In addition to his time as Mayor of Knightdale, Mr. Roberson previously served for eight years on its city council.
    Icon Shaw University Archives featured in Our State Magazine
    Shaw University Archives featured in Our State Magazine The James E. Cheek Learning Resources Center is proud to share that our Shaw University Archives have been featured in Our State Magazine, January 2021 Read more about our Archives and
    Icon Our Uneasy Democracy
    What we witnessed on January 6th, in the storming of the Capitol of the United States was the result of the refusal to call to account the traitorous actions of the adherents to the Confederacy and the continued inertia that allows White supremacy to remain embedded in US culture.  Don’t say what happened is like Benghazi.  It is exactly like the US.  Let’s not forget Rosewood, Tulsa and Wilmington.  Or Lafayette Square this summer.
    Icon Shaw U Statement on the DC Violence

    Today we watch in utter horror as American citizens disgrace and storm the US Capitol. Shaw University unequivocally denounces this violence against human life and our democracy. While we support peaceful protests, we affirm that these armed insurrectionists do not represent the values of most of the citizens of our country.


    Icon Shaw University’s Center for Racial and Social Justice Awarded $525,000 Gilead Sciences Grant

    Today Shaw University announces that Gilead Sciences, Inc. has awarded the university’s Center for Racial and Social Justice (CRSJ) a $525,000 grant distributed over a three-year period. Shaw’s Center for Racial and Social Justice launched in June 2020 to further the development of a more just and equitable society. 


    Icon Shaw University’s Center for Racial and Social Justice Announces Partnership with the City of Raleigh
    Shaw University’s Center for Racial and Social Justice Announces Partnership with the City of Raleigh Courageous Conversations Includes a Series of Listening Sessions on Race, Racism, and Social Equity RALEIGH, NC—Today Shaw University announces that its Center for Racial and
    Icon Shaw University Becomes Community Center for Coding and Creativity, in Collaboration with Apple and Tennessee State University
    Shaw University Becomes Community Center for Coding and Creativity, in Collaboration with Apple and Tennessee State University Shaw University will help bring workforce development opportunities to students and the broader Raleigh community In celebration of Computer Science Education Week, Shaw University
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