Southern University Laboratory students surprised with free tickets to Black Panther
February 21, 2018
“Black Panther” is the movie of the season. On Wednesday, the Southern University Student Government Association surprised the 6th -12th-graders at Southern University Laboratory School with free tickets to see the blockbuster in a private showing next week. To start the assembly, local attorney and comic book aficionado Charles Ayles gave a historical perspective of the Marvel comic and movie. He went into facts about the comic and how the premise correlates to current times.
Tell Them We Are Rising Features Southern
February 16, 2018
“Tell Them We Are Rising,” the acclaimed documentary directed by Stanley Nelson will premiere at today at 8 p.m. on PBS. The film showcases the history of America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Southern University, which is featured prominently throughout the film, recently held a joint town hall and advance screening of the documentary along with Grambling State University.
SU Scholars’ Abstracts accepted for conference presentation
February 16, 2018
Recently, seventeen abstracts from the Southern University International Center for Information Technology and Development (SU-ICITD) researchers got accepted for presentation at the 92nd Louisiana Academy of Sciences (LAS) conference in Alexandria, Louisiana on March 10, 2018. The research team under the supervision of professors Victor Mbarika, Nicholas Omoregbe and the lead research associate and doctoral student, Foluso Ayeni.
SU Public Policy doctoral student’s abstract accepted for conference presentation
February 16, 2018
Recently, Willie Williams, a SU Public Policy doctoral student, had his abstract accepted for presentation at the 2018 Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management California Regional Student Conference at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California on March 9th, 2018.
SU grad students’ abstracts accepted for conference presentation
January 29, 2018
Recently, three SU graduate students, John Bosco, Ronald Okwemba, and Kelvin Kiwale, in the University’s Department of Urban Forestry and Natural Resources within the College of Agricultural, Family and Consumer Sciences, had their abstracts accepted for presentation at the 26th Annual Association of African-American Studies (NAAS) and Affiliates Conference in Dallas, Texas, February 12-17, 2018.
SUBR professor and dean receives research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy
January 25, 2018
Diola Bagayoko, Southern University System distinguished professor of physics and dean of the DMR Spikes Honors College, recently received a research grant from the United States Department of Energy (DOE), National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA).
SU nursing professor receives Lifetime Achievement Award
January 24, 2018
Sandra Brown, professor, Southern University College of Nursing and Allied Health, was bestowed the “Lifetime Achievement Award” by the Acadiana Chapter of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA). The award was presented to Brown earlier this month in conjunction with the annual President’s Scholarship Gala held at the Ramada Inn Convention Center in Lafayette.
Temporary Library Services
January 20, 2018
Due to the extensive flooding and restoration work, beginning Wednesday, January 24, library services will be offered on the 1st floor in the John B. Cade Library Student Center (Snack Lounge/Coffee Shop).
SU endowed professor elected to international physics institute council
December 14, 2017
Stephen C. McGuire, the Southern University James and Ruth Smith Endowed Professor of Physics, has been elected to the Edward Bouchet-Abdus Salam Institute (EBASI) Council of the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP).