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SU part of HBCU/SHEEO partnership to increase underrepresented male teachers

Southern University is among several southern states and historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) partnering with the State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (SHEEO) to increase the number of underrepresented male teachers. SHEEO was recently awarded a three-year grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to fund Project Pipeline Repair: Restoring Minority Male Participation and Persistence in Educator Preparation Programs (Project PR). The project will engage state policy leaders, educator preparation programs at HBCUs, and partner schools to achieve goals and objectives of the $1.5 million award. 

SU Jaguars reign in national, intellectual competition

Southern University and A& M College (SUBR) participated in the National African-American Association of Honors Programs Conference, October 29-November 1, 2016, in Nashville, Tennessee. Thirty-one Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU's) were represented. 

SU scholars initiated into honor societies

The Southern University Department of Biological Sciences, Friday, November 13, 2015, hosted the initiation ceremonies of Beta Kappa Chi and Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Societies, and the National Institute of Science, in the the Health Research Center Conference Room.  

SU Senior shares experience in "The Human Jukebox"

Trying out for Southern University’s Marching Band, aka “The Human Jukebox,” has been said by some to be a “humbling experience.” The reputation is that it teaches its members discipline, time management, values and respect. 

Southern becomes first La. HBCU to receive ‘Tree Campus’ designation

Southern University celebrated receiving the national Tree Campus recognition today with the Arbor Day Foundation and Toyota by planting trees during a hands-on volunteer event today on the Baton Rouge campus. Southern becomes the first historically black college in Louisiana to receive the designation and it is one of only five other HBCUs in the U.S. to be selected as a Tree Campus.