KEVIN KING

KEVIN KING

Kevin King is a native of Mobile, Alabama. He, his wife Nicole and daughter Kaiya currently reside in Montgomery, Alabama. Kevin and his family live in the Washington Park neighborhood and their passion is to love, serve, and share life with others for the purpose of transformation and redemption as leaders are developed and empowered […]

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 DR.JANET SHERROD

DR.JANET SHERROD

Janet Sherrod, a native of Pickens County, Alabama holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Education from Hampton University, Educational Specialist in Education Administration from the University of Montevallo, a Master of Education in Mathematics Education from the University of West Alabama and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics Education from Tuskegee University.   Dr. […]

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 ORJANEL LEWIS

ORJANEL LEWIS

  Orjanel K. Lewis, Esq. was born and raised in Missouri City, Texas.   Double majoring in Political Science and English, Orjanel graduated summa cum laude in 2008 from Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Alabama.  Entering the historic Tuskegee University in the fall of 2004, Orjanel realized that it would behoove her to take advantage of all […]

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 NIH awards four-year, $1.48 Million grant to Tuskegee University College of Veterinary for breast cancer research

NIH awards four-year, $1.48 Million grant to Tuskegee University College of Veterinary for breast cancer research

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded $1.48 Million for four years to the Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine for breast cancer research.  Deepa Bedi, MD, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the college’s Department of Biomedical Sciences and is serving as the principal investigator for the grant entitled, “Evaluation of HSPD1 (Heat Shock […]

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 Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Dean Perry named Zoetis Champion of Diversity

Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Dean Perry named Zoetis Champion of Diversity

Dr. Ruby L. Perry, dean of the Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, was named the Zoetis Champion of Diversity during the recent Southeastern Diversity Matters Virtual Symposium. Hosted by the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, the biennial conference featured topics related to diversity and inclusion in veterinary medicine. The 2020 symposium was sponsored […]

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 HBCU VIRTUAL HOMECOMING 2020

HBCU VIRTUAL HOMECOMING 2020

So what’s a virtual happy hour? A time when #OurHBCUsCelebrate together! We can’t wait for some of the hottest DJs from across the state to give us an afternoon of good music, fun memories, special appearances, and more! It’s definitely more fun with friends, so make sure that you and your crew RSVP for our […]

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 Tuskegee alumni on front lines of COVID-19 pandemic

Tuskegee alumni on front lines of COVID-19 pandemic

From airports to conferences, it’s pretty common for Tuskegee University alumni to cross paths in their personal and professional lives. That’s becoming less frequent, unfortunately, as the need for social distancing has become necessary amid the current coronavirus pandemic. Brittney Dabney of Tuskegee University’s Office of Communications, Public Relations and Marketing recently sat down — […]

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 Tuskegee University Receives First Competitive Grant, from National Science Foundation Under the COVID-19 Rapid Response Initiative

Tuskegee University Receives First Competitive Grant, from National Science Foundation Under the COVID-19 Rapid Response Initiative

Tuskegee University received its first competitive grant, from National Science Foundation under the COVID-19 Rapid Response Initiative. Dr. Crystal James, department head and director of the Graduate Program in Public Health in the College of Veterinary Medicine is leading the efforts of the grant as its principal investigator.  The project will focus on understanding the […]

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