News and Features
Pamela Pitman Brown, Assistant Professor in the department of Behavioral Sciences, will serve as the President-Elect (2015-2016) and then President (2016-2018) for Sigma Phi Omega, the National Honor and Professional Society in Gerontology.
Craig Richardson, Professor and Chair in the department of Economics and Finance, provided The Journal columnist Scott Sexton a lesson on textbooks during the 2015 Super Bowl.
Jack Monell, Assistant Professor in the department of History, Politics, and Social Justice and Corey D. B. Walker, Dean and John W. and Anna Hodgin Hanes Professor of the Humanities, participated in a community dialogue sponsored by the Institute for Dismantling Racism.
Lynette Wood, Associate Professor, has been appointed chair of the department of Accounting and Management Information Systems in the Faculty of Business.
January 21, 2015
Diggs Gallery Interim Director Endia Beal participates in the 2015 National Geographic Photography Seminar
Endia Beale, Interim Director of the Diggs Gallery and Visiting Assistant Professor in the department of Art + Visual Studies, was a featured guest at the signature 2015 National Geographic Photography Seminar.
January 19, 2015
WSSU and Wiley Magnet School partner to advance STEAM education
Winston-Salem State University is a community partner with Wiley Magnet School to advance STEAM education for middle school students in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school.
January 16, 2015
Professor William Boone contributes to a new book
William Boone, Associate Professor in the department of English, recently contributed a chapter to the edited volume In Media Res: Race, Identity, and Pop Culture in the 21st Century published by Bucknell University Pres
January 14, 2015
Professor Craig Richardson on the rising costs of textbooks
Craig Richardson, Professor and Chair of the department of Economics and Finance, published an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal highlighting the rising costs of college economic textbooks.
January 12, 2015
Winston-Salem Journal applauds WSSU and SciWorks partnership
In a Sunday editorial, the Winston-Salem Journal complimented the recently signed memorandum of understanding between Winston-Salem State University and SciWorks.
January 6, 2015
WSSU and SciWorks to work together on science education
Winston-Salem State University and SciWorks recently signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on a series of science education initiatives, research collaborations, and community outreach programs.