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Press Releases - 2009

I Leave You Love Play

On April 2nd and 3rd, the Daytona Beach community

B-CU Welcomes Florida United Methodist Conference to Campus

From June 10-13, Bethune-Cookman University will host the Florida Conference of The United Methodist Church (UMC)

B-CU School of Nursing Receives $330,000 in Federal Funding

Today, President Obama signed into law a federal spending measure

Wildcats Headed to the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships

Eight athletes from Wildcat Track & Field will represent Bethune-Cookman

B-CU Professor Awarded Scholarship to Attend International Relations Conference

Dr. Warren Ashby Only American Recipient of the Scholarship

B-CU Names Grand Marshals for Homecoming Parade

Today, Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) announced that Mr. and Mrs. John Bryan, long-time supporters of the University, will lead this year’s homecoming parade as grand marshals.


Andrew Mellon/Jessie Ball DuPont Endowment Grant to Fund Participation

Student Profile: Joane Theodule

B-CU graduate Joane Theodule ('09) was determined to go to graduate school.

Ash Claims 110m Hurdles Title at the NCAA Track & Field Championships

The final day of competition at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships arrived at John McDonnell Field

Duke Program Hosts Third B-CU Student

One of Only 20 Students Selected Nationally for Program in 2009

B-CU Breaks Ground on Two New Buildings

Athletic Training Facility and Residence Hall Latest Campus Improvements

President Reed Elected to Prestigious Board

B-CU President Trudie Kibbe Reed was recently elected


Already known on the Bethune-Cookman University campus as an inspiring speaker

Bethune-Cookman University to Host Model United Nations Conference

Students from Seven Universities Participating in Annual Event

University Restructuring As Part of Strategic Effort to Address Economic Climate

Today, Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) confirmed it has undertaken a restructuring

President Reed makes announcement regarding extra steps to keep B-CU safe

There are an increasing number of violent incidents taking place on our nation's college campuses.

President Reed Named to Federal Judicial Nominating Commission

B-CU President Trudie Kibbe Reed has been invited by U.S. Senator

B-CU Nat'l Alumni Assoc. Passes Resolution Supporting President Reed

At its 41st Annual Convention, the Bethune-Cookman University National Alumni Association passed the following resolution in support of President Trudie Kibbe Reed.

B-CU Student Releases Novel Nationally

Former B-CU student DJ Coleman is heading back to campus this month

International Academic Journal to Publish B-CU Faculty Research Paper

An academic research paper authored by two faculty

University Celebrates Black History with Colours of Courage

The Center for Contemporary Dance, in partnership with Bethune-Cookman University, will present

Local Congressman Invites President Reed to Attend Obama Inauguration

Bethune-Cookman University President Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed has been formally invited by Congressman

Alumna Update-Cicely Tyson

One year ago, then-graduating senior Cicely Tyson

President Reed to Give Commencement Address at Rollins College

On May 10, 2009, Bethune-Cookman University President Trudie Kibbe Reed

B-CU's Hospitality Management Program Granted Reaccreditation

National Standards Organization Affirms Program's High Standards and Effectiveness

B-CU Alumna Takes Success on the Road to Graduate School at Vanderbilt

Camille Burge Puts her B-CU Skill Set to the Test in Next Level of Higher Education


At B-CU, UNCF funds help pay for student scholarships, faculty development, and academic research

Statement from the Bethune-Cookman University Faculty Association

It has been less than a year ago since September 24, 2008 when the Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) Faculty Association joined the B-CU Staff Association

B-CU Board of Trustees Endorses Leadership of President Reed with Unanimous Resolution

Today, the Bethune-Cookman University Board of Trustees endorsed the leadership of President Trudie Kibbe Reed in a resolution

B-CU Alumnus Credits University for Professional Success

Nicholas Solomon ('06) attributes much of his current success to B-CU.

B-CU Students Receive Awards from Statewide Education Organizations

Two students from the B-CU School of Education received prestigious awards from Florida organizations.

New VP for Academic Affairs Named at Bethune-Cookman University

Bethune-Cookman University announced the selection of Dr. Sarah Williams as vice president for academic affairs.

B-CU Marching Wildcats to Perform at Super Bowl

Band to be Featured in Pre-Game Show at Raymond James Stadium

Spring Semester Kicks Off with B-CU Faculty-Staff Institute

On the first day back from holiday break, B-CU administration, faculty and staff gathered in the Center for

B-CU Ranked by US News & World Report in Top Tier of HBCU's Nationally for 2010

For the second consecutive year, US News & World Report has named Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) one of the top Historically Black Colleges & Universities nationwide, according to rankings published in the 2010 edition of America’s Best Colleges.

B-CU Says Thank You to Community with Annual Spring Concert

On Sunday, April 5, Bethune-Cookman University will hold

B-CU Science Programs Get Boost from Grants

$300,000 to Go Toward Lab Space and Field Study; $2,500 Seed Grant Focuses on Recruiting

Director of Bethune-Cookman Wellness Center Addresses National Dental Association at Annual Convention in Jacksonville

Dr. Alma Dixon, executive director for health equity and multicultural health at Bethune-Cookman University's Odessa Chambliss Wellness Center, was the keynote speaker

Larry Handfield Elected Chairman of B-CU Board of Trustees

The Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) Board of Trustees has elected

Leading Environmental Educators to Meet at Bethune-Cookman University

On March 1st, a group of leading academicians in the field of environmental studies

Philosophy Major Looks Back on Year in England

Luard Scholar Returns to Campus for Final Year in College