Recent N.C. A&T News

UNCG and N.C. A&T to host 5th annual joint Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (N.C. A&T) are partnering to host the 5th annual joint Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Wednesday, Jan. 18th


A&T’s Martin Takes Top Spot in List of Most Influential HBCU Presidents

HBCU Digest, an online news and commentary website, has named North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr. the No. 1 most influential president of 2016 of the nation’s historically black colleges and universities.


Dept. of Justice Awards HBCU Consortium Grant; N.C. A&T Lead Institution

The United States Department of Justice’s Office of Violence Against Women (OVW) has awarded the offices of counseling services at North Carolina A&T State University, Bennett College and Shaw University a grant of $549,999.


The New York Times Magazine spotlights N.C. A&T's peanut research

The New York Times Magazine, one of journalism’s most influential publications, shone a spotlight over the holidays on North Carolina A&T State University’s groundbreaking research on allergen-reduced peanuts


N.C. A&T’s Pride Named to Top Women in PR List

National public relations trade magazine PR News has named North Carolina A&T State University Chief of Staff Nicole Pride to its 2017 list of Top Women in PR.


N.C. A&T Holiday Concert and Students to be featured on UNC-TV

Join UNC-TV’s "Black Issues Forum" and host/producer Deborah Holt Noel in celebrating the holiday season with two special presentations featuring profiles and musical highlights from N.C. A&T State University's Annual Christmas Concert.


A&T Student Featured In National Video

When the Association for Public and Land Grant Universities wanted to spotlight student achievement in a video for its national conference, N.C. A&T's Trequan McGee was a natural choice.


Fall Commencement Start of New Beginning for N.C. A&T

North Carolina A&T State University will hold its 2016 fall commencement Saturday, Dec.10, 2016, at the Greensboro Coliseum.


N.C. A&T Professor’s Metallurgy Expertise Helps Land UNC Grant for Multi-Campus Research

A N. C. A&T State University mechanical engineering professor is part of a team of researchers that secured a $1.6 million research grant through the University of North Carolina Research Opportunities Initiative.


Students Asked to Evaluate University Advising

In preparation for spring 2017 preregistration, N. C. A&T is asking all students to participate in an online satisfaction survey regarding their 2016 fall advising experience.


Alumni Nurses Unify to Meet a Need

Stepping up and helping is exactly what more than 125 Aggie alumni nurses did when they each pledged to donate $125 toward scholarships for students in North Carolina A&T’s nursing program.


Cold Steel Makes Noise at PASIC Convention

North Carolina A&T State University’s "Cold Steel" Drumline presented a clinic at the prestigious 41st Annual Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC), November 9-12 in Indianapolis, Indiana.


Deese Gives $1 Million To Support N.C. A&T Alzheimer’s Research, Student Success, Athletics

North Carolina A&T State University alumnus and retired pharmaceutical executive Willie A. Deese is generously giving back to his alma mater, once again, in ways that will provide critical, immediate and ongoing support for research, student success and athletics.


Black Nativity returns to N.C. A&T

The theatre department at North Carolina A&T State University will present Black Nativity by Langston Hughes, Dec. 1 – 4, 2016.


FOURTEEN AGGIES EARN ALL-MEAC HONORS

North Carolina A&T State University head coach Rod Broadway’s point that the Aggie football team had a good season despite coming short of winning their third straight Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) title will be furthered by the fact 14 of his players were named to one of the three MEAC’s all-conference teams on Nov. 28, 2016.


N.C. A&T Professor Awarded Apple HBCU Grant

Dr. Kelvin Bryant, assistant professor in North Carolina A&T State University’s Department of Computer Science, was selected to receive an Apple HBCU Faculty Grant in the amount of $100,000 for his proposal on “Creating a Culture of Success by Modeling Corporate Success Practices.”


N.C.A&T Among HBCUs Welcomed to Silicon Valley

Several North Carolina A&T State University computer science students and one professor spent Nov. 16 – 19 visiting nearly a dozen Silicon Valley/Bay Area corporations as the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) hosted its fourth annual HBCU Innovation, Commercialization and Entrepreneurship (I.C.E.) Summit.


N.C. A&T to Hold Fall Commencement; Media Invited

North Carolina A&T State University will hold its 2016 fall commencement Saturday, Dec.10, 2016, at the Greensboro Coliseum, located at 1921 West Gate City Boulevard.