South Carolina State Coach Oliver "Buddy"  Pough comments on the importance of the APR in ColligateSports. Joe Talks Jobs
It was the last SIAC Football Kickoff for former Morris Brown Head football coach Joe Crosby as the Wolverines under took  the ill-fated jump to NCAA Div. I where Joe ask his fellow coaches to encourage their players to take the teachers exam and explained why.
Keeping a foot in door
NCCU Miss  Alumni 2006 express her reasoning  for supporting black colleges and young people.
What you do is important on and off the field
"Just remember one thing. What you do is important on and off the field.  Who you associate with is important that can affect your life just as much as what you do. When you take time to work and strive to be the absolute best that you can be don't throw it away for something that is temporary."   Video
1890 Day Wellness Walk/Run Land-grant universities have a long history of collaborating at the local, state, and federal levels to address the health and wellness needs of society. Land-grant programs, often delivered through Cooperative Extension, focus on promoting health, preventing disease and disability, eliminating disparities, and improving quality of life. With the legacy in mind, all nineteen of the 1890 land-grant institutions will celebrated the 125th anniversary of the Second Morrill Act of 1890 during National 1890  Video
Student Cooking Competition at N.C. A&T to Mix Fun, Agriculture and Nutrition
Cathy Gant Hill
Greensboro, N.C. (March 22, 2017) - A live, Iron Chef-style cook-off between students in their mecca of munching, Williams Dining Hall, is the closing event of a week set aside each March to celebrate agricultural accomplishments in North Carolina. Scheduled 4-6 p.m., Thursday, March 23, the cooking competition is also a fun way to involve students in Small Farms Week, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s annual celebration of  small-scale agriculture,
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 “One clear way to make farming a sustainable enterprise is to have another generation that understands and values its importance, including eating fresh food,” says Dr. Michelle Eley, community and economic development specialist for Cooperative Extension at A&T.
held this year March 19-25.  Scheduled 4-6 p.m., Three teams of four students, each equipped with blender, microwave, griddle and a cornucopia of fresh, local foods from which to choose, will take up a prominent place in the dining room to make one entrée and one dessert. Thursday, March 23, the cooking competition is also a fun way to involve students in Small Farms Week, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s annual celebration of small-scale agriculture, held this year March 19-25.   For the current generation of college students, the serious message behind the fun activity is an especially timely one: type 2 diabetes, certain heart ailments and high cholesterol are just some of the conditions on the rise in populations their age.  Video

Undergraduate Research Gets a Boost  A team of A&T faculty members and administrators developed an action plan to advance the development of the university’s undergraduate research program. The plan was created at a conference funded by the  National Science Foundation, held last month at the University of San Diego.
The institute provided strategies and best practices to institutionalize
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undergraduate research and connect undergraduate research with other high-impact practices. Each team developed an action plan for their institution under the direction of experienced facilitators who have successfully developed research programs within their departments, institutions, regions, and at the national level.