SU students participate in 2017 Transportation Research Board national conference
March 07, 2017
Eight Southern University students participated in the 2017 Annual Transportation Research Board Conference in Washington, DC. The International conference was held in January at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and attracted more than 12,000 participants from throughout the world.
SU physics professor recognized for astronomy achievement and science education outreach
March 06, 2017
Stephen C. McGuire, the James and Ruth Smith Endowed Professor of Physics, Southern University Baton Rouge, has recently received national and international recognition for his work with Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) research and science education outreach.
BRAABJ to honor SU instructor at scholarship luncheon
March 06, 2017
Longtime Southern University Baton Rouge mass communication broadcast instructor Darrell Roberson will be one of three pioneering journalists to be honored by the Baton Rouge Area Association of Black Journalists (BRAABJ) at its 5th Annual Scholarship Luncheon, Friday, April 21, 2017, at Boudreaux’s in Baton Rouge.
SUBR nursing student selected for NSNA resolutions panel
February 21, 2017
The National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) president, with Board approval, recently appointed Steven Jackson Jr., a graduating senior nursing student at Southern University Baton Rouge (SUBR) College of Nursing and Allied Health, to serve as a member of the 2016-2017 NSNA Resolutions Committee. This is the first time for a SNA leader from SUBR to be on the national level with student nurse leaders from other schools across the United States.
SUNO, SUBR employees receive inaugural 'Above and Beyond' Award
February 17, 2017
A long-time Baton Rouge business law professor and a SUNO Student Support Services director were awarded the first "Above and Beyond” Award presented by the Southern University Board of Supervisors during its regular monthly meeting February 17, 2017.
Miss SU lands number one spot for Ebony’s HBCU Campus Queens competition
February 16, 2017
“Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) were founded to promote Black excellence and brilliance, and each reigning beauty was elected by her peers and/or school officials to represent those standards for her institution of higher learning,” stated on Ebony.com referencing the HBCU Campus Queens campaign.
System provost invited to join Army War College national seminar
February 14, 2017
Southern University System executive vice president and provost M. Christopher Brown II, has been selected as a new member of the United States Army War College’s 63rd annual National Security Seminar (NSS), June 5-8, 2017.
Southern University professors shine at national conference
February 12, 2017
Three Southern University Baton Rouge professors were among 10 honorees to receive a STEM Innovation Award at the Becoming Everything You Are (BEYA) Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Global Competitiveness Conference in Washington, D.C., at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. The conference, held February 9-11, 2017, included hundreds of high school students, thousands of college students and professional engineers and scientists from industry, universities, and government.
SU Quiz Bowl Team sweeps in national qualifying tournament
February 07, 2017
The Southern University Honda Campus All Star Challenge Quiz Bowl Team competed against nine teams from other Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s), February 4, 2017, at Prairie View and A&M University. This event was the National Qualifying Tournament for the 2017 Honda National Competition.
Southern to host national scientific conference
February 05, 2017
Southern University and A&M College is hosting the 74th Joint Annual Meeting of Beta Kappa Chi (BKX) Scientific Honor Society and the National Institute of Science (NIS), March 15-18, at the Renaissance Baton Rouge Hotel located at 7000 Bluebonnet Boulevard. The theme of the 2017 conference is “Utilizing Innovative STEM Research to Address Today’s Current Global Challenges.”