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  • Innovation Center Hosts Champagne Business Owner, Honors Carrington and Franklin

    - The Norfolk State University Innovation Center hosted a presentation during homecoming week by NSU alumna Marvina Robinson, who is among the few Black women to own a champagne brand. Robinson provided advice and information to those in attendance. Her champagne, B. Stuyvesant, named after her Brooklyn neighborhood, launched during COVID.

  • All Classes to be Taught Virtually Following Thanksgiving Break 

    - In an effort to ease the burden on our students and their families and minimize the spread of viruses during the busiest travel season of the year, all classes will be taught virtually following the Thanksgiving break. Classes will resume on Monday, November 27, in a virtual rather than in-person format.

  • Students Earn Internships, Jobs at Leadership Institute

    - Twelve Norfolk State students recently attended the 23rd Annual Thurgood Marshall College Fund Leadership Institute where they networked with some of the country’s top firms a well as government agencies. The event provided them with connections as well as the opportunity to demonstrate their educational knowledge and professional skills.

  • Ta-Nehisi Coates Visits Norfolk State University

    - New York Times bestselling author, Ta-Nehisi Coates, visited Norfolk State’s campus on October 19.  Held in the L. Douglas Wilder Performing Arts Center, Coates discussed his memoir "The Beautiful Struggle," which was selected as the NSU Common Reader for all first-year and Transfer students for the fall semester.

  • NSU Alumnus and Board Rector to Give Keynote at 2023 SWaMfest

    - (NSU Newsroom—Oct. 18, 2023)—Norfolk State University alumnus Devon Henry is scheduled to deliver the breakfast keynote address at the 2023 SWaMfest Nov. 1-2 in Richmond, Virginia. SWaMfest is the Commonwealth of Virginia’s premier networking, educational and professional development event for small, women-owned and minority-owned (SWaM) businesses. The event is sponsored by the Virginia Association of State College and University Purchasing Professionals (VASCUPP).

  • Tuskegee Airman Speaks at Norfolk State

    - Sgt. Thomas W. Newton, a documented original Tuskegee Airman, visited Norfolk State University to tell his story and experiences as part of the history-making Tuskegee Airmen. The event, jointly sponsored by the Hampton Roads Community Empowerment Alliance (HRCEA), took place at the L. Douglas Wilder Performing Arts Center onOctober 11. 

  • CEST Good News Report Sept 2023

    - This is the Sept 2023 rendition of the CSET Good news report highlighting the memorable awards and opportunities that transpired in the month of September in the NSU College of Science, Engineering and Technology.

  • NSU Celebrated as an Apple Distinguished School

    - “Norfolk State University,” said President Adams-Gaston, “is a place where we dream big and bring big dreams to fruition.”