Campus News

SU art professor’s artwork recognized by NY Times critic
July 16, 2015
Dreams do come true, just ask Randell Henry. Henry, associate professor of art at Southern, recently had one of his paintings chosen by New York Times lead art critic as her favorite work in the New York exhibition, “60 Americans.”
Upward Bound marks 50 years of success at Southern University
June 27, 2015
The Upward Bound program at Southern University is marking 50 years of helping thousands of students in Baton Rouge and around the state to get a jump-start on access to higher education.
Newspaper profiles SU student's Google scholarship win
June 16, 2015
Computer Science grad student Maritza Smith-Romero’s amazing effort to be chosen as a Google Lime Scholar and the winner of a $10,000 scholarship from the media giant is chronicled in The Advocate newspaper.
Department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies’ scholarships offered
June 11, 2015
The Department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, in the College of Nursing and Allied Health, has received federal grants to fund scholarships in several disciplines for graduate students.
New York Times pens obituary on educator Dr. Dolores Spikes
June 09, 2015
Dolores Spikes, who became the first woman to head a university system in the United States when, in 1988, she was named president of the Southern University and A & M College System in Louisiana...