Student Success: Vivian Burke Honored with Bust
Winston-Salem City councilwoman and Winston-Salem State University Board of Trustees member, Vivian H. Burke, was recently honored with a bust that was unveiled at City Hall February 3, to recognize her as the city’s longest-serving elected official. Burke has represented the Northeast Ward since 1977.
Academic Excellence: WSSU Black Male Symposium
Considering what is happening with African American males today, Winston-Salem State’s annual Black Male Symposium examines issues related to Black male upward mobility and progress to uplift Black males, prepare them to be leaders, and see them through the graduation process. The 2014 symposium expanded the program’s reach.
Community Engagement: Wssu Student Earns 2014 "Volunteer of the Year" Award
At a fairly young age, Olivia Stinson, now a junior business major, began to make her mark in the area of helping others. Her work and the charity she inspired have gained national attention
Culture and Pride: Winston-Salem state moves forward with Kienus Boulware as its new Football Coach
It didn't take long, but the national search for the new head football coach at WSSU was exhaustive. After culling through nearly 300 applicants from across the country, the new coach was in WSSU’s backyard the whole time.