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N.C. A&T to Hold Spring Career Fair Feb. 22; 180 Employers to Attend   Tonya Dixon
GREENSBORO, N.C. (Feb. 21, 2018) -- The Office of Career Services (OCS) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will host its spring career fair from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 22, in the Corbett Sports Center.  This edition of the bi-annual event will be the largest spring career fair in North Carolina A&T history. More than 500 representatives of 180 employers (including 71 Fortune 500 companies) from 31 states and 66 industries will be in attendance.
The career fair will host 180 employers, including representatives from Amazon, BMW Manufacturing Co., IBM, Intel and Microsoft. A detailed list of employers is available via the Office of Career Services online portal. Select companies will also hold next-day interviews on Friday, Feb. 23, in both the Alumni Foundation Events Center and Murphy Hall. All currently enrolled N.C. A&T students and alumni are encouraged to attend.
The spring career fair is designed to boost networking skills for students and help them to explore employment opportunities.
WHEN :Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
WHERE: Corbett Sports Center

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The hidden Figures at NC A&T is the Office of  Career Services which organize, plan and host four Career fairs a year and the Aggie Pride Network of  Companies and Alumni who return as representative of the Companies in the Network.  File  video
UNC System Unvarnished Institutional Racism and Corruption
Stealing NCA&T Praise:  Diverting NCA&T facilities, centers, research, and degree programs, 
pursuant bogus NCA&T/UNCG Joint Millennial Campus and unlawful lease to UNCG Affiliate Gateway University Research Park; Scripting A&T Out and UNCG and Gateway University  Reach Park In via propaganda  Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering  Video  Text

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It wasn't Mace's or the Rose Parade, more important to some a Martin King Day Parade
where ordinary people,  possibly some of  those who walked those non-violent picket lines, celebrating  victory over home grown terrorist.  Video Report




Tomorrow Technology at NC. A&T today : GM Selects N.C. A&T for New Autonomous Vehicle Competition  Tonya Dixon

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University's, College of Engineering Kickoff the 3-Year GM AutoDrive Challenge “ Tuesday, Nov. 7, on the front lawn of McNair Hall. A&T was selected as one of eight North American universities that will compete in the General Motors three-year AutoDrive Challenge. The event showcased a Chevrolet
Bolt EV (provided by GM) as the vehicle platform. The team will transform, develop and demonstrate it as a fully autonomous passenger vehicle. 

The competition’s technical goal is to present the vehicle fully capable of navigating an urban driving course, in an automated driving mode (as described by predetermined definitions and standards) by year three of the challenge.  Greensboro, N.C. (April 10, 2017) -- The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) World Congress Experience, General Motors Co. (GM) and SAE International announced North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University one of eight North American universities that will compete in the upcoming AutoDrive Challenge. The new autonomous vehicle design competition is a three-year challenge to develop and demonstrate a fully autonomous passenger vehicle. The competition’s technical goal is navigating an urban driving course in an automated driving mode as described by SAE Standard (J3016) Level 4 definition by year three of the challenge. “The College of Engineering is very proud that our team has been selected for this competition.  I am very confident in the capabilities of the faculty team committed to the project, as their expertise in vehicle design and autonomy is why we chose to target this AutoChallenge,” said Robin Coger, dean of the College of Engineering. “Representatives from our faculty team are eager to move forward with the preparations necessary to ensure the team’s success.”   Autonomous Vehicle Competition


Coaches vs. Cancer initiative will cross all of the Hawks’ teams. G. STAN BRADLEY
The American Cancer Society of the Eastern Shore, headquartered in Salisbury, Md. is partnering with the University of Maryland Eastern Shore for the 2017-2018 athletic year. The two organizations will be driving a Coaches vs. Cancer awareness campaign on the 25th anniversary of the movement.    Sportsday

George "Bulldog" Smith, Senior Associate Athletics Director for External Affairs
and Director of  Strength and Conditioning at NCCU and Director of  Strength and Conditioning at North Carolina Central University, has been named Master Strength and Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches association (CSCCa)

The Fight Against Education Inequality
Black Males vs. Education System panel discussion was held on NC A&T State  University

Former N.C. A&T Strength and Conditioning Coach Christine Nawracaj   Video Reports

campus Thursday Oct. 30, 2012 sponsored by Kappa Delta Pi and Teach for America. campus Thursday Oct. 30, 2012 sponsored by Kappa Delta Pi and Teach for America.   Video Reports
Rams send record number of student-athletes to dean’s list
Trevin Q. Goodwin

WINSTON-SALEM, NC – In addition to some terrific performances in the field of competition, the Winston-Salem State University Rams student-athletes had several even more impressive performances in the classroom. With 127 student-athletes making the dean’s list, the department set a new high for student-athletes to earn the prestigious honor.  Winston-Salem State student-athletes turned in their best academic performance in four years. The effort marks a steady academic improvement for WSSU athletics. For the term, WSSU student-athletes combined for a 2.86 GPA, marking the sixth straight semester with an improved term GPA. The Rams combined for a 2.84 cumulative grade-point average (GPA)  Sportsday 01.13.18

SAAC Spreads Holiday Cheer, Provides Christmas Gifts for Local Children 
Evann Carpenter
MURFREESBORO- The Chowan University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) in conjunction with the Student Government Association and the Hertford County Department of Social Services worked to spread holiday cheer throughout the Roanoke-Chowan area this week.  As part of "The Angel Tree Project" through the Hertford County Department of Social Services, community organizations had the opportunity to provide Christmas gifts for children and families in need during the holiday season.  

JCSU Testing New Device to Gather Data for Concussion Research
JCSU Testing New Device to Gather Data for Concussion Research  K.C. Culler
Charlotte, N.C. (Dec. 7, 2017) – The Johnson C. Smith University athletic training staff is using a new technology to help gather data to assist in the ongoing research of studying concussions in collegiate and local high school athletes. The Reflexometer platform from Blinktbi is a new technology that applies brief puffs of air to the eyelashes.
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Food Lion Renews Three-Year Corporate Partner Agreement with CIAA  Sportsday 010418
Salisbury, NC – Food Lion recently renewed a three-year corporate partnership agreement with the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), making the 24-year corporate partnership one of the longest for the conference. This agreement continues Food Lion's commitment as the official Supermarket Partner of the CIAA and the title sponsor for the CIAA Women's Basketball Tournament, which will take place February 27 – March 3, 2018, in Charlotte, N.C.


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