There’s no reason to doubt the vision of head coach that’s played at the highest levels of college and professional football, or a sports culture at TSU that wants to be regarded as the best. But there’s plenty of reason to doubt how the guaranteed game model, regardless of how big the check may be from Notre Dame, isn’t the best or most sustainable for Tennessee State or any HBCU to consider.
We talk with Norwood about her path to JSU from a childhood of growing up on the Capital City campus and her journey to becoming a vice president at Lockheed […]
Within all of the sociopolitical debate and new laws virtually outlawing abortion across the country, some of the nation’s most restrictive states are also home to some of the most […]
We talk with Dr. Pitts, Director of Vanderbilt University’s Family Nurse Practitioner Program and Co-Director, Nurse Midwifery and Family Nurse Practitioner Dual Program, about her path to Jackson State and […]
If his name happens to surface for work with or within any system which includes public historically black colleges, students, faculty and alumni should protest the idea; loudly and immediately.
Two sitting HBCU presidents – Dr. George French of Miles College and Dr. Herman Felton of Wiley College – give remarks during Jackson State University’s fall commencement exercises shortly after […]
The combination of a petty halftime show, a thorough defeat on the field and a coach being fired may have given Southern University the rare football beatdown trifecta over heated […]
Graduates of Jackson State University will work to raise $5 million in two years to support student scholarships, academic development and support for auxiliary initiatives like the JSU Sonic Boom […]
University personnel will receive training for developing competencies in gross strategy and marketing assessments; business development planning and strategy; capture management; and all aspects of program/project management. Other benefits to […]