Company to Provide Bilingual Audio Assets with Resources to Help Americans Address Mental Health Challenges. Entercom has teamed up with the Ad Council as the exclusive audio production partner for COPING-19, a national public service advertising (PSA) caign aimed at raising awareness and providing Americans tips and resources to help people who are experiencing mental health challenges, in conjunction with
Charles Smith is the chief photographer for JSU.On June 25, Charles Smith presented at Photoshelter’s first-ever full day of professional development for creatives.
AUSTIN, TX (11.07.16) – On Monday evening, Miss HT kicked off her year of events related to raising cancer awareness in the African American community with her Breast Health 101 panel.
AUSTIN, TX (11.21.16) – President Colette Pierce Burnette hosted the first Ministers Breakfast, where more than a dozen clergy members from local religious institutions gathered in the President’s Dining Room. Those in attendance received information regarding the University’s initiatives, upcoming events and student achievements.
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On Saturday, April 8, the Huston-Tillotson University Rams take on the Texas College Steers. After the baseball game, the following former players of the Negro Baseball League will be honored in a special ceremony: Everett Turner, Travis Darden, Joseph “Lefty” Vaughns, Dick “Lefty” O’Neil, Lawrence “Fireball” Tucker, and Clifton Fifer.
Mr. Jaylon Denkins and Miss Keylai’ Boughton finished tops in various categories to earn the Mr. and Miss Huston-Tillotson University title for the 2017/018 academic...
Dr. Preselfannie McDaniels, dean of Graduate Studies has been elected by the board of the Mississippi Humanities Council as vice-chair.
With a high risk of natural disasters in Mississippi, the National Science Foundation has awarded JSU a nearly $400,000 grant that would help underserved communities with storm preparedness, provide mental therapy for weather-related trauma and inspire minority women to pursue STEM careers.Project FAST (Females Advancing Science and Technology) aims to train a new generation of female emergency management and