JCSU takes computer science out of the classroom and onto the court Charlotte, N.C.– By 2022, the sports analytics market is expected to skyrocket to $4 billion. Yet even as top international players are duking it out for industry supremacy, an assistant professor of computer
Charlotte, N.C.–Johnson C. Smith University is hosting the 5th Annual Carolinas Alliance for Success in Education (C.A.S.E.) Summit Nov. 15-17, 2018. The summit brings faculty and administrators from historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in North and South Carolina together with leaders from industry, government, and the community
Susan G. Komen Charlotte named Tami Simmons, vice president of Institutional Advancement for Johnson C. Smith University, among the inaugural class of “More than Pink Women,” an exclusive group of eight women who are leaders in the fields of medicine, business, media, science and education.
The Rosa Parks Farmers Market kicked off its third market season June 2018, returning with more food options, a bigger location and better hours! Every Tuesday from June through September, community members can visit the market at its new home at 1600 W. Trade St.
Charlotte North Carolina – The James B. Duke Memorial Library at Johnson C. Smith University has been awarded a $100,000 grant to be used for a project called “Making Space for Tech @ an HBCU,” which is the development of an academic Makerspace that will
The James B. Duke Memorial Library in collaboration with Discovery Place Education Studio, Makerspace Charlotte and Apple is hosting a full-day maker event of expert panel discussions with librarians, makers, and hackers as well as hands-on breakout sessions April 13, 2018. Informational sessions and demonstrations
Charlotte, N.C./March 14, 2018—The Johnson C. Smith University Board of Trustees is proud to announce the occasion of the tenth annual Arch of Triumph Gala, taking place Saturday, April 7, 2018, at the Crown Ballroom of the Charlotte Convention Center. Join us for an evening
Johnson C. Smith University President Clarence D. Armbrister announced today the resignation of Dr. Hang Chen, dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and James B. Duke Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science. Her tenure at JCSU will end on March