Month

February 2010

All posts published in February 2010

126 posts

A&T Chancellor Appoints Student Affairs Vice Chancellor

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After a conference call meeting, the Board of Trustees confirmed Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr.'s appointment of Dr. Melody C. Pierce as the new Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs in a teleconference just moments ago. Martin also worked with  Pierce when h... More »

NABJ to host panelists

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The NABJ (National Association of Black Journalists) at North Carolina A&T will host a panel discussion event on Wednesday February 24 in General Classroom Building Auditorium.  This will be the first panel discussion, entitled "African Americans and the Ch... More »

Changing the Pomp & Circumstance

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Standing in line at the university bookstore with the rest of seniors, he reflects on the last few years of his life as a college student. Tur'ayn Sharpe is graduating this May with his degree in business marketing, and it hasn't been easy.

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Collapsed and Swept

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On Friday, North Carolina A&T school officials announced the contract extension for Jerry Eaves to remain head coach of the men's basketball program.

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Peace Corps officer visits

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Director of the Peace Corps, Aaron Williams, visited A&T last Friday and met with faculty and students in hopes of enhancing and growing the relationship between the Peace Corps and colleges and universities.

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Board appoints provost

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During a closed session vote on Friday's Board of Trustees meeting, Chancellor Harold S. Martin, Sr., along with the Board of Trustees, voted to hire named Dr. Linda Thompson Adams as Provost and Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, extend head men's basket... More »

Plater to leave A&T for Strayer

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After five years, the Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, Michael J. Plater, will be leaving North Carolina A&T this week. Plater decided to leave A&T after being offered the position of Provost at Strayer University. Dexter Mullins sat down with him to... More »

Toyota apologizes for handling of safety issues

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The president of Toyota's U.S. operations insisted Tuesday that electronic problems did not contribute to sudden acceleration of its cars, drawing sharp criticism from lawmakers who said such a possibility should not be ruled out and from ... More »