Category: Daily Announcements

“Coffee With A Cop” Event

The Department of Criminal Justice, NABCJ, and Starbucks have partnered for a panel discussion titled, “Coffee With A Cop.” This event is scheduled for September 26, 2017, to be held at the Shaw Auditorium from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

Upcoming Event: Talking Black in American a feature-length documentary

Talking Black in America: a feature-length documentary produced by the Language & Life Project at NC State 6 p.m. September 26, 2017 Bronco Cinema Sponsored by Department of English, Writers Club and Language Research Society at FSU https://languageandlife.org/documentaries/talking-black-in-america/  

Revised: Dissertation Oral Defense for Antonio V. Carr and Melissa Oxendine

October 2, 2017, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon, BU 325 Mr. Antonio V. Carr Chair:  Dr. Linda Wilson-Jones Committee Members:  Dr. Paris Jones, Dr. Catherine Barrett and Dr. Charletta Barringer-Brown  Dissertation Title:   “North Carolina Elementary School Administrators’ Perceptions on School…

Shades of Black/A Conversation About Race

“Jennifer Pinckney thought her moments were numbered when she saw a doorknob begin to turn outside the office where she and her young daughter cowered beneath a desk, shaking as they heard gunfire roar again and again. Moments earlier, she…

The Elementary Education Department’s Birth-Kindergarten Program will Participate in a NAEYC Higher Education National Accreditation Site Visit, October 1-4

The Elementary Education Department’s Birth-Kindergarten Program will participate in a NAEYC Higher Education National Accreditation Site Visit, October 1-4.  Birth-Kindergarten faculty haves been engaged in a pilot study for four year early childhood teacher education programs. Dr. Beverlyn Cain, Clinical…

FSU Assistant Professor in Elementary Education Recently Published Two Articles

Dr. Ashley Holder, Assistant Professor in Elementary Education had two articles published recently:  The Effectiveness of Repeated Reading on Increasing the Reading Fluency of Struggling Readers. International Research in Higher Education, and Reading Teachers’ Perceptions of the Factors that Impact…

FSU Elementary Education Faculty Selected to Present at the North Carolina Association for College and Teacher Educators Fall Forum

The Department of Elementary Education is proud to announce that Drs. Brian Phillips, Marilyn Lanier, Cynthia Wooten, Ashley Holder and Tanya Hudson have been selected to present at the North Carolina Association for College and Teacher Educators (NC-ACTE) fall forum…

Comprehensive Integrated HIV Prevention Program

Hey FSU Students, Faculty, and Staff! You’re invited to attend Fayetteville State University’s Comprehensive Integrated HIV Prevention Program’s Cumberland County-wide event. FSU’s Comprehensive Integrated HIV Prevention Program presents the “Healthy Lifestyles and HIV Prevention Awareness” on September 7 and September 8 from 2:00-4:00pm. Come and experience two days…

FSU Professor Contributed A Book Chapter – “Writing System and Literature”

Dr. Timothy T. Ajani (Professor, Department of Communication, Languages & Cultures) contributed a book chapter — “Writing System and Literature” — in the recently released interdisciplinary peer-reviewed anthology published by the Pan-African University Press entitled Culture and Customs of the Yoruba. Read more at: http://bit.ly/2ikbWiE