Professor Emerita Shirley Hymon-Parker, Ph.D. will lead the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES) as interim dean, North Carolina A&T State University academic leaders announced today.
Led by the immediate past chair of the A&T Board of Trustees, the panel will now begin work to identify candidates to lead the university.
Two outstanding North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University graduates – Woodrow W. Winchester III, Ph.D., CPEM, and Dena LaMar – will serve as the Fall 2023 Commencement keynote speakers, university officials announced today.
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University welcomed seven new members to its Board of Visitors (BOV) as part of the October 2023 meeting, the first of the academic year.

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N.C. A&T Student Presents Study on Blue Light Exposure at Competition

11/21/2023 in Research and Economic Development, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University multimedia journalism student Jaydn James recently presented her innovative research study, “How Consistent Blue Light Exposure Affects the Circadian Rhythm (Sleep Patterns) Among Journalism Students,” at the Black Doctoral Network (BDN) Undergraduate Research Poster competition in Atlanta. James’ research was selected earlier this year among abstract submissions from talented students across the nation.

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