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the disenfranchise,  said "People  Color shall have opportunities beyond Sports &
 Entertainment".  You maybe the Man but The Angeles are here.

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N.C. A&T to Lead $5 Million Project on Unmanned Vehicles
David Arneke
A $5 million grant from the U.S. Air Force will fund a research team led by North Carolina A&T State University
that will develop control systems for a new dimension in battlefield strategy: large teams of unmanned vehicles. The five-year project will expand the use of autonomous vehicles, such as drones, to a larger and more diverse scale. . The vision is to manage future battlefields with autonomous vehicles working together in the air, on the ground and/or underwater. The vehicles could be controlled remotely by human operators or they could maneuver autonomously in complex environments. Teams of autonomous vehicles working in concert with soldiers, sailors and fliers would be capable of a variety of cooperative missions, such as surveillance and reconnaissance “The concept of systems of vehicles is new,” says Dr. Abdollah Homaifar, Duke Energy Eminent Professor of computer engineering at N.C. A&T and leader of the project. EDU

N.C. A&T Student Receives Fulbright Grant

Celena Alford of North Carolina A&T State University has been awarded a Fulbright Study/Research Grant to the Philippines for the 2015‐16 academic year. Alford is a senior biological engineering major from Greensboro.  She will conduct research on conservation agriculture and soil quality at the University of the Philippines-Los Banos, a connection facilitated by Dr. Manuel Reyes of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Design at N.C. A&T.  Alford has taken part in several undergraduate research projects, including one with the Organization for Tropical Studies in Sarapiqui, Costa Rica, where she studied the mutually beneficial activities and relationships between ants and plants. A&T Release


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