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Blue Cross NC Announces $1 Million Investment in N.C. A&T School of Nursing


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Faculty News

N.C. A&T Names Campbell Dean of College of Health and Human Sciences

GREENSBORO, N.C. (June 5, 2018) – North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University has named Lenora Campbell, Ph.D. dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS). 

Campbell has served as the interim dean since Aug. 1, 2016, when CHHS was launched. In the months prior to that announcement, the university reorganized its academic structure, including renaming, consolidating and creating three new colleges, CHHS included. 

“Dr. Campbell’s leadership and expertise in social, health and human sciences has proven to be a perfect match for the college,” said Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Beryl McEwen. 

Under Campbell’s guidance, CHHS departments flourished, including the School of Nursing, whose graduates have exceeded a 90 percent pass rate for past three testing periods on licensure and certification exams (notably exceeding the required 85 percent passage benchmark set by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors). 

Prior to joining N.C. A&T, Campbell served as an associate dean and professor in the Division of Nursing at Winston Salem State University. Additionally, she was an associate professor in the School of Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 

Appointed by Kathryn Sebelius, former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services to the Health Resource and Service Administration, Campbell has focused on research on the health and well-being of children and grandparents in custodial grandparent families. 

Campbell received a BSN from Florida A & M University, MSN from the University of Maryland, and a Ph.D. from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.




Health and Human Sciences Department of Human Performance and Leisure Studies News



Dr. Paul Ankomah

Dr. Paul Ankomah, a tenured professor in the Department of Human Performance and Leisure Studies, has received a Fulbright award to the University of Cape Coast, Ghana for the 2017 – 2018 academic year. Dr. Ankomah has been invited to serve as a visiting professor in the College of Hospitality and Tourism Management by the dean, Dr. Eric Amuquandoh. He will join the teaching faculty at the post-graduate level where he will engage in collaborative research, supervise PhD students in the field, mentor junior faculty and assist with curricula reviews. Additionally, Dr. Amuquandoh and his colleagues are interested in developing a journal in hospitability and tourism and are requesting Dr. Ankomah’s assistance with this endeavor during his tenure at the university. The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government. Among its aims is to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.



Dr. Teresa Dial

Dr. Teresa Dial, Associate Professor in the Department of Human performance and Leisure Studies, received the 2016-2017 College of Health and Human Sciences Teaching Excellence Award. Dr. Dail is exercise scientist in the fields of biomechanics and motor control She also was program coordinator for the Masters of Arts in Teaching program for persons pursuing certification as physical education teachers. Dr. Dail employs the most up-to-date practices in her teaching, using research-based guidelines relate to learning and retention. 



Dr. Jerono P. Rotich

Dr. Jerono P. Rotich Recipient, 2016, Kenyan Community in NC Teaching and Advisement Excellence Award. The Awards were presented at the community meeting by the Kenyan Ambassador to the United State, His Excellency Dr. Robinson Githae.



School of Nursing News

School of Nursing at N.C. A&T Held Its First White Coat Ceremony

First-year upper division nursing students at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University celebrated their success during the School of Nursing’s first White Coat Ceremony, held on Friday, May 12, in Harrison Auditorium, on the university’s main campus.

The ceremony was a new addition for the school, which celebrated its 60th anniversary this year, and an honor of distinction and excellence. Supported by a grant from the Arnold P. Gold Foundation (APGF) and The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), N.C. A&T and Duke University were the sole recipients of ceremony funding in North Carolina.  

“The purpose of this White Coat Ceremony aligns with our mission to provide an environment of academic excellence to educate and prepare students to become professional nurses committed to lifelong learning, scholarly inquiry, civility and service, which will enhance the health and wellness of diverse communities,” said Dr. Terry Ward, director/associate dean of the School of Nursing, of the significance of the ceremony. “It emphasizes our core values of accountability, responsibility and professionalism in nursing practice.”

Retired United States Air Force Major, certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA) and university alumnus James B. Goode  delivered the keynote address. Goode served 28 years in the Air Force and as a member of the North Carolina Air National Guard.

During the ceremony, students received a specially designed pin serving as a visual reminder of their oath and commitment to provide compassionate and high quality care.



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Psychology News

Dr. Antoniette Maldonado-Devincci received the 2016-2017 College of Health Sciences Research Excellence Rookie of the Year Award

Antoniette Maldonado-Devincci

Dr. Antoniette Maldonado-Devincci, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology, received the 2016-2017 College of Health Sciences Research Excellence Rookie of the Year Award. During the 2016 academic year, Dr. Maldonado-Devincci received an NC TraCS award and was selected by NC TraCS as NC A&T State University’s K Scholar.  Dr. Maldonado-Devincci has 19 publications (3 since her appointment at NC A&T) and 88 presentations.


North Carolina Psychological Association (NCPA)

Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology Induction Ceremony

Dialogue on Progressive Enlightenment (D.O.P.E.) Conference



Social Work and Sociology News

Dr. Maura Nsonwu is co-author of “Human Trafficking: Applying Research, Theory and Case Studies”

Dr. Maura Nsonwu

Dr. Maura Nsonwu is co-author of “Human Trafficking: Applying Research, Theory and Case Studies”. This interdisciplinary textbook was released spring 2017 by Sage Publications as its first book to cover this topic.

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N.C. A&T Online Undergraduate Information Technology Program Among Nation’s Most Affordable

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s online bachelor of information technology program ranked among the most affordable (in the country, according to Affordable Schools 20 Best Affordable Online Colleges for Computer Networking Degree 2019.

N.C. A&T's COAACH Wins Third in National Challenge

A team from the Center for Outreach in Alzheimer’s Aging and Community Health (COAACH) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University won third place in the Improving Care for People with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Using Technology (iCare-AD/ADRD) Challenge.

Students at N.C. A&T Learn the Process and Principles of Self-Love at Chancellor’s Speaker Series

From the moment Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr. took the stage at Harrison Auditorium for the Chancellor’s Speaker Series, “Love the Skin You’re In,” Oct. 3, student engagement was intense and consuming.