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Food Access in North Carolina Gets Major Funding
Cathy Gant Hill
A $750,000 grant from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation will help get to the root of food-system inequities influenced by structural racism, in a project being led by The Cooperative Extension Program at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in conjunction with the Center for Environmental Farming Systems.  A racially diverse team of experts will work with grassroots groups in Nash, Edgecombe and Scotland counties throughout the two-year span of the grant to assess how racial barriers can influence access to food.   The project will also address ways to remove those barriers.
 
Verizon and North Carolina A&T Select 400 At-Risk Students to Explore STEM Fields
University professors to coach African-American middle school boys through hands-on learning; students will develop technology solutions over the course of the two-year program that better their communities.
Wendy Huston
GREENSBORO, N.C.— Through a pioneering mentorship program developed by Verizon, 400 at-risk middle school boys in Greensboro are working with top, local innovators to develop high-level technology skills that will lead to a brighter future in the classroom and beyond.  The Minority Male Makers Program is a two-year program that gives African-American middle school students hands-on technology experience in a range of STEM disciplines: mobile app design, coding, computer programming, robotics, and 3D printing. Professors at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will instruct the students during intensive, all-day classes on campus. The other colleges include Jackson State University in Mississippi, Morgan State University in Maryland and Kentucky State University in Frankfort.  Verizon and North Carolina A&T Select
 
HAWKS SQUAWK LOUDLY FOR HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
UMES ladies team up to help build a home in Wicomico County   Mccann, Matthew C

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. — As many of the students, athletes, families, alumni and staff already know, the UMES Department of Intercollegiate Athletics features many women among its ranks, playing and work in a wide variety of sports and occupations. But on Friday, many of them teamed together in one common purpose—to help the local Lower Shore community.
Chowan Athletic Department Hosts Successful Community Night
MURFREESBORO - CLICK HERE TO VIEW PHOTO GALLERY The Chowan University athletic department hosted Roanoke –Chowan community members for an evening of fun, family and fellowship during their annual Community Night on Thursday, August 20th. Thursday night marked the seventh consecutive year of the event.
NCCU Volleyball Opens Season at Gamecock Invite Lady Eagles Play NC State First; USC Match on WatchESPN
DURHAM, N.C.
– The long wait is over as the North Carolina Central University volleyball team will begin the 2015-2016 NCCU athletic calendar with three matches at the University of South Carolina Gamecock Invitational presented by Hyatt Place on Friday-Saturday, August 28-29 in Columbia, South Carolina. Sportsday  082815
ESPN3 to feature KSU in the Circle City Classic‏
ESPN has announced this week that Kentucky State's Circle City Classic football game with Central State will be broadcast nationally on ESPN3.
The game will be played Sept. 26 at 3 p.m. in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., and can also be viewed using the WatchESPN app on any streaming or mobile device. The game is the fourth Kentucky State football game to be televised in recent history and the first since 2007. The Thorobreds appeared twice on ESPNU in games vs. Albany State in 2005 and Benedict in 2007. Additionally, Kentucky State appeared on CSTV in a game at Lane in 2007. "I'm excited about the exposure Kentucky State will gain from this broadcast on ESPN," said Kentucky State interim athletic director Harry Stinson. "One of our goals is to ensure our students are exposed to success and their successes are exposed. This is one of the platforms to expose the nation to the excellence that is at KSU from faculty and staff, to students and of course our great alumni." Sportsday 08.23.15
 

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