James Wilhemi, who had been named interim head basketball coach after Bobby Collins took the head coaching position at Maryland-Eastern Shore, is now head basketball coach at WSSU. Learn more here.
For some the purchase of Bowman Gray Stadium by WSSU is long overdue. But, apparently the process is moving forward. Learn more here.
The marketplace for students is an ever-shrinking enterprise especially for the nation’s HBCUs. Winston-Salem State is no different. But, the university is doing all it can to make the WSSU option more appealing. Learn more here.
Daniel Crudup, a healthcare management major who graduated from Winston-Salem State University in May, was recently recognized as the WSSU Student of the Year.
The award recognizes an outstanding senior who has demonstrated scholarship, good conduct and service to other WSSU students. Crudup, who maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout his four years at WSSU, served as executive secretary of the Student Government Association, president of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., chair of “Ram Life Magazine” and president of Rams go Green, an environmental campus task force. He also served as two-term United Negro College Fund and Toyota Green campus ambassadors. Crudup also served as a resident advisor and worked at Touched by Angels Home Health Care.
While a student, Crudup was actively involved in developing a recycling program in the residence halls and promoting green initiatives using a $500 UNCF grant to support the effort. He presented his research on environmental issues at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Conference and at the WSSU Scholarship Day in April.
Aaron Leftwich, director of environmental health and safety at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), served as a speaker for the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) in Chennai Madras, India.
Leftwich spoke on the impact of environmental health and safety training to safeguarding the workforce. He explained the advantages of applying Lean Six Sigma principles to the [...]
Looking for ways to your romantic relationships fresh and exciting? Well, WSSU psychologist Rick Walker offers some ideas on that subject. Learn more here.
“Saving One Sister at a Time,” a free program created to increase knowledge about preventing heart attacks among African American women, will hold a community kickoff from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 7, at the Piedmont Park housing community, 1130 East 29th Street.
“The program was developed by a group of African American [...]
The Winston-Salem State University National Alumni Association has elected a new leader. Learn about Dr. Patti Sanders-Smith here.
Saying “thank you” to those who support you is a big reason why programs at any institution are successful. Recently, WSSU’s Department of Athletics said “thank you” to their supporters. Learn more here.