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Happy Birthday Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune!

July 10

Take a tour of the Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation home in celebration of Dr. Bethune's birthday. Tours begin at 11:00 a.m. See you soon!

Announcements
David Allen

SOR Assistant Dean Reverend David Allen Awarded Doctorate

July 1

Reverend David Allen, Assistant Dean in the Cornelius & Dorothye Henderson School of Religion (SOR), was awarded the Doctor of Education Degree (Ed.D.)

Announcements
Dr. Headly White

Dr. Headly White Featured Speaker

July 1

Dr. Headly White Featured Speaker on the Importance of Cultural Competence in Education

Academic
NNPA Journalism Fellowship

Tedarius Abrams Awarded Chevy NNPA Journalism Fellowship

June 17

Mass Communications Student Tedarius Abrams Awarded Chevy NNPA Journalism Fellowship

Academic
NSF

B-CU Welcomes 2019 National Science Foundation REU Scholars

June 17

The National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site: Mathematical Modeling in Environmental, Biological, and Other Sciences (MMEBS) Program.

Academic Announcements
sara

Sara Wilson Selected For Dow Jones News Fund Scholarship

June 17

Bethune-Cookman University Student Sara Wilson Selected For Dow Jones News Fund Scholarship

Alumni
Brittney Harris

Brittney Harris Awarded CDC Health Communication Fellowship

June 17

Brittney Harris, MPH, an alumna of the Master of Public Health program, has been selected for an ORISE CDC Health Communication Fellowship.

Announcements
Dan Ryan

Dan Ryan Winner at CoSIDA Fred Stabley Sr. Writing Contest

June 17

B-CU Athletics Senior Writer and Historian Dan Ryan Wins District 2018-19 CoSIDA Fred Stabley Sr. Writing Contest

Announcements
B-CU Brick Campaign

Leave your legacy and beautify B-CU!

June 17

Make a Gift that Makes a Difference in the lives of students at B-CU

Announcements
Goldbergs

Donors Express Desire to Make a Difference

June 4

The Goldbergs traveled to campus and met with Grimes, whereupon they presented a gift of $9,000, earmarked for the "We Are Our Answer" campaign.

Announcements
Dr. Masood Poorandi, Dr. Allen Pelley, Ms. Lawana Walden, and Dr. Hector N. Torres

B-CU Awarded National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Grant

May 28

The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of $1,199,901 to Bethune-Cookman University

Activities
pre-law

Summer Pre-Law Programs A Great Option for Students

May 28

Students looking to jump-start their careers and improve their chances for success are wise to take advantage of promising opportunities for summer study.

Special Events
Volusia Volunteers

VVIM and B-CU Hold Partnership Reception

May 28

Volusia Volunteers In Medicine (VVIM) provide free, compassionate healthcare to working uninsured individuals ages 18-64.

Special Events
College of Business and Entrepreneurship Students

B-CU Students Visit Set of OWN's "Greenleaf"

May 28

Professor Chevelle Hall, PhD, had the pleasure of taking students from the B-CU College of Business and Entrepreneurship to visit the set of OWN's "Greenleaf".

Academic
Jatwon

Jatwon Burkes Studies at MSU SROP

May 28

Jatwon Burkes is a rising junior at B-CU engaged in the Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP) at Michigan State University.

Academic
Jodi Sanderson

Jodi Sanderson to Focus on Cybersecurity Challenges

May 28

Jodi Sanderson is interning at Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University, in Daytona Beach, Florida this summer.

Announcements
Millionaire’s Club

Join the Club!

May 28

Make a Gift that Makes a Difference in the lives of students at B-CU

President's Office
E. LaBrent Chrite, PhD  Incoming President, Bethune-Cookman University

Open Letter to the Stakeholders of B-CU

May 21

Open Letter to the Stakeholders of Bethune-Cookman University - E. LaBrent Chrite, Ph.D., Incoming President, Bethune-Cookman University

Alumni
Tyron Cooper

Alumnus Tyron Cooper nominated for two Emmy Awards

May 1

Congratulations to alumnus Tyron Cooper, who has been recently nominated for two Emmy Awards. This makes a total of eight Emmy nominations and three Emmy wins.

Announcements
west white

Dr. Clarissa West-White attends the POWRR Institute

April 30

The POWRR Institute purpose is to enhance the skills of librarians and archivists at small and mid-sized institutions.

Academic
Accounting Careers and Awareness Program (ACAP)

B-CU will host the ACAP Residency Week

April 30

The ACAP Residency Week prepares students to pursue higher education and exposes them to the college application process, FAFSA, and scholarships, etc.

Academic
ROBOTICS STUDENTS WITH TEACHER

B-CU Robotics Club placed in top 10 at Robotics Competition

April 30

12 students from the B-CU Robotics Club traveled to Huntsville, Alabama, to competed in the IEEE SoutheastCon Robotics Competition.

Alumni
Terriance Woodard with General Motors

B-CU alumnus Terriance Woodard awarded by General Motors

April 30

B-CU alumnus Terriance Woodard, a Computer Science graduate from the College of Science, Engineering and Mathematics, awarded the General Motors "Boss" Kettering Award.

Announcements
Dr. E. LaBrent Chrite

Bethune-Cookman University announces new president

April 23

Dr. E. LaBrent Chrite will become the seventh president of Bethune-Cookman University, following a national search. He will take office effective July 1, 2019.

Academic
Johanna Leblanc, Esquire

B-CU Announces 2019 Commencement Speakers

April 23

Attorney Benjamin Crump, Esquire, will provide the 9 a.m. commencement address. Johanna Leblanc, Esquire, will deliver the 3 p.m. commencement keynote.

Announcements
LaDoris McLaney School of Performing Arts and Communication Students Sweep NADSA Conference Awards

B-CU Students Sweep NADSA Conference Awards

April 15

B-CU performing arts and communication students sweep NADSA conference awards. The conference featured a series of workshops, competitions, performances, and panels.

Special Events Academic
Building Bridges

Building Bridges: The Future of Law Enforcement

April 15

The event is a collaborative effort of Florida HBCUs to increase diversity in the law enforcement profession.

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