News & Features

News & Features October 2016

It’s time to get your flu shot

It may still be warm outside, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to be prepared for the flu season. The Gordon Health Center is hosting its annual Flu Shot Clinic on the following dates: Friday, October 21 from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. and Monday, October 24 from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Students, faculty and […]

PR firm seeks fellowship applicants
News & Features October 2016

PR firm seeks fellowship applicants

FleishmanHillard, a global Communications firm that has been recognized as one of top leaders in its industry, will be accepting applications for its 2016 Alfred Fleishman Diversity Fellowship from November 1, 2016 through March 1, 2017. Priority review will be given to those that apply before Feb. 1. The program is […]

News & Features September 2016

Big fish in a little pond

When Kendrick Cunningham was in high school in Charlotte, NC, a few years ago, he wanted to attend college at North Carolina A&T. That institution in Greensboro is about 10 times the size of Saint Augustine’s and is the largest HBCU in the nation. But Cunningham’s guidance counselor recommended Saint […]

Falcon returns to the nest
News & Features September 2016

Falcon returns to the nest

Owen Forbes graduated from Saint Augustine’s University in 1997 but he has returned to the Falcon’s nest. Mr. Forbes started in the fall as Residence Hall Director for Falk Crest dorms. Mr. Forbes has 16 years of experience in residential life at several universities includingWinston-Salem State University, North Carolina Central […]

New faces, new roles
News & Features September 2016

New faces, new roles

As students and faculty returned to Saint Augustine’s University for the fall 2016, they were met with several changes in leadership among university administrators. Our guide includes name, title, contact information and a statement from each about their goals for or approach to their job. We hope it assists you […]

University launches ‘SAU Experience’
News & Features September 2016

University launches ‘SAU Experience’

Saint Augustine’s University President Everett Ward often mentions his days as a student at Saint Augustine’s. His interaction with Dr. James Boyer, who was the seventh President of Saint Augustine, included the roles of professor-student, mentor-mentee and family friend. Dr. Ward’s family has known the Boyer family for many years; […]

Looking forward, looking back
May 2016 News & Features

Looking forward, looking back

Each year, Saint Augustine’s honors students for their academic achievements. Below, we highlight three of those winners. (A list of winners for 2016 follows.) Austin Jamal Keith Outstanding Senior Student, Division of Military Science How did it feel to receive your award?  “It was a humbling experience for me receiving […]

Faculty spotlight: Prof. Natalie Bullock-Brown
May 2016 News & Features

Faculty spotlight: Prof. Natalie Bullock-Brown

By Amber Hagin Natalie Bullock-Brown, an assistant professor in the Media and Communications Department, first got the idea for her documentary during a conversation with her 10-year-old daughter about her appearance. Among the things her daughter, said Prof. Bullock-Brown recalls, was, “I don’t like my nose.” Prof. Bullock-Brown realized that […]