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FAMU Preps For Virtual Suit Up and Career & Internship Expo

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JC Penney Suit-Up will be held over three days beginning Friday, Sept. [...]

FAMU Preps For Virtual Suit Up and Career & Internship Expo

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JC Penney Suit-Up will be held over three days beginning Friday, Sept. [...]

Eat More Summer Squash

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Debbie Archer | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human SciencesEating fruits and vegetables is very important to heart health. [...]

FAMU Bragg Stadium COVID-19 Testing Site Expands Capacity To Accommodate Demand

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The Florida A&M University (FAMU) Bond Community Health Center COVID-19 Testing Site has expanded its capacity to 500 tests per day to accommodate the increased demand.The expanded limit was introduced as Florida experiences a spike in the number of positive COVID-19 cases. [...]

FAMU Fans Celebrate Independence Day With Football Marathon 2

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Rattlers Can Enjoy Highlights from the 9-2 2019 Season On Independence Day, Florida A&M University (FAMU) football fans can celebrate gridiron fireworks from the 2019 Rattler football season.FAMU Football Marathon 2 will include more than 12 hours of rebroadcast football games against Fort Valley State University, Morgan State University [...]

COVID-19 Spike Prompts FAMU To Review Staff Return-To-Campus Plan

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June 30, 2020Florida has experienced a dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases during the last 14 days. [...]

FAMU Engineering LLC Students Feed Bronx Health Care Workers

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By Chris Bryant Florida A&M University Engineering Living-Learning Community (LLC) students teamed up to help feed New York City health care workers on the front line of battling COVID-19. Destini Jones, a sophomore, served as a co-project manager for the LLC’s initiative to feed health care workers at Montefiore [...]

FAMU MBA Candidate Named Student of the Year

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Makayla Webb wins Florida Association of Colleges and Employers award thanks to her versatility.By Curtis BatailleFlorida A&M University (FAMU) graduate student Makayla Webb has been named the Student of the Year for the Florida Association of Colleges and Employers (ACE).The award was created to acknowledge an outstanding experiential [...]

Make Healthy Choices When Becoming a Vegetarian

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Will Hehemann | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences With proper planning, a vegetarian diet can be a healthy choice, Easter H. Tucker, interim family and consumer sciences program leader for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, said. [...]

Summer Squash: High in Nutrition, Low in Calories

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Summer squash is plentiful this time of year. It is high in nutrition and is low in calories, according to Easter H. Tucker, interim family and consumer sciences program leader for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. [...]

Measures Should be Taken to Assure Good Senior Health

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Debbie Archer | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences Getting older does not mean you have poor health. Many senior adults enjoy vigorous health and remain healthy throughout their lives. [...]

FAMU Among HBCUs To Receive $50,000 In Emergency Funding from Vanguard

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Florida A&M University (FAMU) is one of five historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) impacted by the global pandemic to receive $50,000 in direct emergency funding support from Vanguard, the firm announced Friday.Delaware State University, Hampton University, Howard University, and North Carolina A&T State University were among [...]

UAPB Researchers Find Elusive Alabama Shad During Study on the Native Fish Species

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Will Hehemann | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences Researchers at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) Department of Aquaculture and Fisheries have been involved in a two-year study to determine the status and distribution of one of Arkansas’ most elusive native fish species – the Alabama [...]

Board of Governors Approves FAMU Reopening Plan

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The Florida Board of Governors (BOG) unanimously approved Florida A&M University’s plans in anticipation of the return of students to campus this fall. The plan includes a hybrid offering of online and in-person instruction, social distancing in classrooms, temperature and symptom monitoring and a mandatory facemask policy. [...]

Telehealth as a Means to Health Care

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Debbie Archer | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences The pandemic has changed the way we view healthcare, especially doctor visits for the entire family. [...]

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