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SU Law Center celebrates 70 years of access and opportunity
September 12, 2017
The SU Law Center, Friday, September 1, 2017, celebrated 70 years of access and opportunity. Events began Thursday, August 31, where significant contributors were invited to a reception with Chancellor Pierre to thank them for their support of the Law Center.
SU and Mentorship Academy form an abiding relationship
September 12, 2017
Southern University is expanding its footprint to downtown Baton Rouge through a partnership with Mentorship Academy. Entering into its second year, the partners signed a three-year agreement to share space at the Mentorship Academy which is located in a six-story downtown building and in an adjacent annex where additional student services are offered.
SU System campuses accepting donations for Hurricane Harvey Relief
September 06, 2017
SU System campuses are accepting contributions to a special 2017 Texas Flood Fund established by the SU System Foundation.
Southern University Hurricane Harvey Relief
August 29, 2017
The Jaguar Nation extends prayers and well wishes for SU students, alumni, and all residents affected by Hurricane Harvey that came ashore in Texas last weekend and continues to generate inclement weather conditions for a vast area of citizens.
SUS Board welcomes student member, recognizes August 'Above and Beyond' Award honoree
August 18, 2017
Southern University Baton Rouge Student Government Association President Armond C. Duncan, who represents SU System students, was sworn in as a member of the Southern University Board of Supervisors during its regular monthly meeting, August 18, 2017, held at the SU Shreveport campus. Also during the August Board meeting, SUSLA math professor Harolyn Wilson was honored with the August 2017 "Above and Beyond” Award.
SU Shreveport cuts ribbon on new classroom building
August 17, 2017
Southern University Shreveport, Thursday, August 17, 2017, cut ribbon on the first new classroom building on the main campus since the 1950s. The recently constructed $7.5 million, 36,000-square-foot learning facility is named in honor of the late State Senator Alphonse Jackson, a long-time legislator, community organizer, and Southern University advocate.
SU admissions counselor July Above and Beyond honoree
July 21, 2017
Jocha Gordon, a popular admissions counselor at Southern University Baton Rouge was presented the July

2017 "Above and Beyond" Award during the SU Board of Supervisors regular monthly meeting, July 21, on the Baton Rouge campus.

SU College of Nursing in HBCU Awards spotlight
July 14, 2017
For the second time in two years, the Southern University Baton Rouge (SUBR) College of Nursing and Allied Health claimed a HBCU Award for "Best Nursing Program," and Cheryl Taylor, chairperson, Graduate Nursing Programs, and director, Office of Nursing Research won the "Female Faculty Member of the Year," honor, during an awards dinner, July 14, 2017, at the Gallup Building in Washington, D.C.
Southern University alumna Charlotta Carter charts path to success for black women in STEM
July 03, 2017
One African-American woman in STEM who has charted a path to a successful STEM-centered career is California-based GRI Technology Solutions, LLC President and CEO Charlotta Carter.
SUNO breaks ground on arts, humanities and social sciences building
June 20, 2017
Southern University New Orleans (SUNO) broke ground on the new Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Building during a ceremony Friday, June 16, 2017, on the Park Campus, adjacent to the SUNO Gymnasium at 6400 Press Drive.

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