- Jalyssa Wynder earns prestigious national science research award (News)
SU’s Dr. Bobba has been selected for prestigious Fulbright Fellowship (News)
Dr. Rambabu Bobba has been selected by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board to receive a prestigious Fulbright Fellowship to India.
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Student Spotlight: Award-winning graduate student balances nursing career, studies (News)
This semeseter alone, Jimansesha Carmouche has received scholarships from statewide and national professional organizations.
SU’s Tyreiron Segue Headed to D.C. for Banking Internship (News)
For many college students, the end of the fall semester means time to relax and enjoy the Christmas and New Year’s holidays before gearing up for the spring semester. But sophomore finance major Tyreiron Segue will be spending her break on an internship with the Import Export Bank of America in Washington, D. C.
- André Spears among students honored by Education Testing Service (News)
SU nursing professor receives Lifetime Achievement Award (News)
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.
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SU Department scholarship supports MCAT fees (News)
Southern University Baton Rouge chemistry professor Edwin H. Walker Jr. is championing a scholarship program that provides assistance to SU students taking the test for admission to medical school.
SU honors dean and distinguished physics professor receives major scholarship and mentoring grant (News)
For the third year, Diola Bagayoko, dean of the Dolores Margaret Richard Spikes Honors College and distinguished professor of physics, has received a grant of more than $250,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF), through the Louisiana Board of Regents.
Distinguished professor named American Physical Society fellow; receives $40k grant for scholarships (News)
Diola Bagayoko, Southern University System distinguished professor of physics, dean of the D. M. R. Spikes Honors College, and director of the Timbuktu Academy, has been inducted as a fellow to the American Physical Society. The organization cited Bagayoko this designation for "..improving undergraduate physics education for all students through curriculum development, program development and administrative leadership, and broadening participation in physics through the preparation and mentorship of numerous ethnic/racial minorities in physics".