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  • Icon Three Shaw University Honors Students Receive $1,000 Scholarships from the HBCU Living Legends Fund
    Three Shaw University students, Helen Phillips DeVane, Janell Odom and Zaid Steele, were awarded a $1,000 Living Legends Scholarship at the North Carolina HBCU Living Legends Scholarship Gala event held on Saturday, Sept. 4 in Charlotte, North Carolina, as a hybrid virtual and in-person celebration.
    Icon Shaw University Alumna Bonnie B. Davis Posthumously Honored at Namesake Building Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
    The late Bonnie Bedal Briley Davis, a 1949 graduate of Shaw University, and a 1986 inductee in the Shaw University Athletic Hall of Fame for excellence in basketball, was honored on Friday, Aug. 20, 2021, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the Bonnie B. Davis Environment and Agricultural Center in Hillsborough, North Carolina.
    Icon Faculty and staff from Shaw University will collaborate with Wake County Health and Human Services in improving COVID-19 services to underserved racial and ethnic minority populations
    Shaw University is partnering with Wake County Health and Human Services to implement a component of the Live Well Wake program to improve COVID-19 services in Wake County geared toward high-risk and traditionally underserved populations.
    Icon Shaw University's Dr. Dorothy C. Browne Contributes to the Fourth Edition of Kotch's Maternal and Child Health: Problems, Programs, and Policy in Public Health
    Shaw University's Dr. Dorothy C. Browne Contributes to the Fourth Edition of Kotch's Maternal and Child Health Problems, Programs, and Policy in Public Health.  Dr. Dorothy C. Browne, a Senior Research Scientist in Shaw's School
    Icon Shaw University Announces Two White House HBCU Scholars

    Today Shaw University announces Raven Hamilton and Shemika Perkins-Summers have been named as 2021 HBCU Scholars by the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), a program that recognizes outstanding student performance in higher education.

    Icon Shaw University Receives $499,890 from National Park Service
    Funding will support Estey Hall preservation project Today Shaw University announces a $499,890 grant from the National Park Service. The grant will provide needed resources to address water infiltration issues at the roof and rehabilitate the interior of
    Icon Shaw University Announces Executive Director of Center for Racial and Social Justice, Dr. Erin H. Moore
    Shaw University Announces Executive Director of Center for Racial and Social Justice, Dr. Erin H. Moore Dr. Erin H. Moore joins the CRSJ with a diverse range of experience in higher education, telecommunications, and nonprofits
    Icon Shaw University Extends President Paulette Dillard’s Contract for Five Years

    Today the Shaw University Board of Trustees enthusiastically announces it has extended the contract of President Paulette Dillard for an additional five years. 

    Icon President Dillard welcomes Congresswoman Deborah Ross
    President Dillard welcomes Congresswoman Deborah RossOn June 3, 2021, President Paulette Dillard welcomed Congresswoman Deborah Ross for a campus tour of Shaw University and a roundtable discussion. On the tour Rep. Ross and President Dillard were
    Icon Celebrating the work and retirement of Dr. Linda Bryan and Dr. Cheryl Kirk-Duggan
    Shaw University Divinity School to celebrate the retirements of Drs. Linda Bryan and Cheryl Kirk-Duggan, after 27 and 17 years of service, respectively.
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