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Student Services Update: New Dining Program Adds 24-Hour Service & More [InfoGraphic]

Header-Square-POST-DiningCongratulations Tigers! You’ve done it. Your feedback, research, surveys and emails have created a state of the art dining program that will improve campus eats for years to come. From 24-hour dining to new restaurants, learn what to expect during the generation of @gram1901dining

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Grambling State Professor Director of North Louisiana Gospel Fest & Independent Artist Showcase

Saturday, June 15, 2019, Grambling State University professor Santoria Black will lead a weekend of education, entertainment, and networking for up-and-coming gospel artists from North Louisiana.

Gospel Fest 2019, sponsored by the Weekend Praise Party and The Rite Marketing Group, will feature seminars, concert performances, and an independent artist showcase. Continue reading

Dr. Adolph Brown to Keynote ULS Academic Summit at Grambling State

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GRAMBLING, LA – April 12, 2019 – Today, Grambling State University will continue as host for the eighth annual University of Louisiana System (ULS) Academic Summit.

The highly anticipated two-day gathering is a faculty service-learning conference showcasing and celebrating the academic and research excellence from all nine ULS schools.   Continue reading

Dr. Ellen Smiley to Continue Focus as Dean of the Earl Lester Cole Honors College

President names Dr. Connie Walton Interim Provost Effective May 11, 2019

GRAMBLING, LA – March 26, 2019 – Today, Dr. Ellen Smiley announced that she will resign her post as provost of Grambling State University and focus on her work as Dean of the Earl Lester Cole Honors College at the close of the current semester.

“We are fortunate to have dedicated leaders like Dr. Smiley who will continue to support our success in the Honors College and the College of Education,” said President Gallot.

President Rick Gallot announced that Dr. Connie Walton, the University’s Director of Sponsored Programs, will lead the Division of Academic Affairs and the University’s preparation for accreditation reaffirmation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Dr. Walton previously served as Provost as well as SACSCOC liaison.

“Dr. Walton’s successes in the classroom, in sponsored programs, and in her accreditation work are great assets to our university,” said President Gallot . “We are grateful for her experience and commitment to our students.”

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Grambling State Approved to Offer Louisiana’s First Bachelor’s in Cybersecurity

HBCU & Computer Science Leader Receives ULS Board of Supervisors Support for New Fall 2019 MajorCyber-Reddy-and-Prez-small

GRAMBLING, La – October 25, 2018 – Grambling State University, Louisiana’s top producer of African-American Computer Science graduates, has received system approval to offer the state’s first Bachelor of Science degree in Cybersecurity. Continue reading

The Data Behind the Disparities: Studying the Truth About African-American Health

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Health and wellness are one of the biggest reflections of America’s disparities between African-Americans and other communities.  Today, researchers across the country are engaging in innovative exploration to better understand, address, and overcome community-related challenges and improve wellness. Continue reading

GSU Students Get “Real World” STEM Education at the NASA Stennis Science Center

Grambling State University would like to congratulate the Grambling Students (Keyara Bowser, Roynisha James, Chello Middleton, Aubreion Bobb) and their faculty sponsor (Dr. Mary Ghongkedze) who were selected to participate in the MUREP Educator Institute (MEI) held in June at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.

The Opportunity…Improving K-12 STEM Education

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