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$200K grant may help JSU develop a quicker, simpler optical detection for COVID-19

The National Science Foundation has awarded JSU’s Department of Chemistry, Physics and Atmospheric Sciences a $200,000 Rapid Response Research (RAPID) grant to develop a fast, sensitive and simple “optical technique” to detect COVID-19.JSU professor Dr.

Vanish elected as President-Elect of MBUG

Dr. Keilani Vanish has been unanimously elected as President-Elect for Mississippi Banner User Group (MBUG).The Board of Directors of Mississippi Banner User Group (MBUG) has unanimously elected Dr. Keilani Vanish as President – Elect.

Dollar General Literacy Foundation awards The School of Lifelong Learning’s CELC $8,000 to Support Adult Literacy

Recently, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded JSU’s Continuing Education Learning Center (CELC) an $8,000 grant to support adult literacy.  This local grant is part of more than $8.6 million in grants awarded to more than 950 schools, non-profits and organizations across the communities Dollar General serves.Ms.

New 2nd lieutenants: 13 Army cadets will join 1,000 U.S. comrades for virtual commissioning

Thirteen U.S. Army cadets from Jackson State University’s Tiger Battalion will earn the rank of second lieutenants along with 1,000 others during a historic national commissioning ceremony that will be held virtually because of COVID-19.The largest-ever Army commissioning will be at 9 a.m. (CDT) Friday, June 12.Lt. Col. Steven C.

‘Nukes can’t stop hurricanes’: Meteorology grad prepares for next chapter in research

As hurricane season begins and commencement season ends, a JSU meteorology alum who’s preparing for graduate research is making it clear that a nuke won’t prevent the natural disaster.Michael Jacquari Smith, 22, a native of Tuskegee, Alabama, wants to better protect the public with improved data but said past notions of a nuclear response to hurricanes is “far-fetched” and “illogical.”

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