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Exploring Gifts and Grace

Lilly Endowment Helps Florida High School Students Explore Foundations in Faith and Leadership at Bethune-Cookman University

July 18

Exploring Gifts and Graces is a summer residential program funded by the Lilly Endowment to help high school students examine how their faith commitments relate to their vocational choices. The...

Alumni
Jarren Davis

Jarren Davis Competes in NASCAR Drive for Diversity National Pit Crew Combine

July 16

Jarren Davis is a recent graduate of Bethune-Cookman where he competed as a Division I defensive lineman on the Wildcat football squad. Davis' ambition was recognized on and off the field. 

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White House Internship

White House Internship Program Open for Applicants - Deadline August 24

July 16

The White House Internship Program (WHIP) application portal is now live for the Spring 2019 term. 

Special Events
Janice Mathis

National Council of Negro Women Executive Director Reflects on  B-CU Founder's Genius 

July 16

National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) Executive Director Janice Mathis, Esquire, was interviewed at Bethune-Cookman University in June 2018. Mathis gave an update on the work of the organization...

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Comas

Master Sculptor Nilda Comas to Use Stone from Michelango's Quarry for Bethune's National Statuary Hall Monument 

July 16

Master sculptor Nilda Comas was selected in a national competition by Florida’s Council on Arts and Culture to create Florida’s sculpture for National Statuary Hall in 2016. At the time she was...

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Tom Joyner

Tom Joyner B-CU Homecoming Parade Grand Marshal 

July 16

Tom Joyner, the "hardest working man in show business" will serve as a Grand Marshal for the 2018 B-CU Wildcat Homecoming Parade on Saturday, October 6, 2018!

Academic
Dr. Clarissa White

Librarian Participates in UNCF-Mellon Faculty Institute Black Girls Write/Right the Future

July 11

Clarissa West White, Ph.D, reference/instructional librarian, was invited to participate in the UNCF-Mellon Faculty Institute at Hampton University: Black Girls Write/Right the Future! The...

Student Affairs
Wildcat Immersion

Wildcat Immersion Program Sets Students Up for Success 

July 11

The Wildcat Immersion Program (WIP) is an intensive six-week residential program that focuses on comprehensive skill-building and orientation to the Bethune-Cookman University campus and culture....

Student Affairs
Latinamericano

Centro Educativo Latinoamericano Delegation Visits B-CU for Cultural Immersion

July 11

On June 30, 2018, a 20-member delegation of students from Centro Educativo Latinoamericano, a Methodist School in Rosario, Argentina, entered the Rosario – Islas Malvinas International Airport in...

Academic
Scholarship Opportunity

Study Abroad 2019 - 2020 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Opportunities 

July 11

Application Deadline: August 1 The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program to the Western Hemisphere nations offers scholars the opportunity to work within strong networks that facilitate the efficient...

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promoting healthy living

Partnership for a Healthier America Initiative to Promote Campus Wellness

June 25

Interim President Hubert Grimes signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Partnership For A Healthier America to join the organization’s Healthier Campus Initiative at its May 2018 Innovating a...

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Tom Joyner

Tom Joyner Foundation Names  B-CU October School of the Month

June 25

The Tom Joyner Foundation, a major driving force in raising money for historically black colleges since 1998, has named Bethune- Cookman University its October School of the Month. 

Special Events
Isaiah Washington Keynote

Actor Isaiah Washington to Give Closing Keynote at Education and Social Justice Conference

June 25

Date: June 26, 2018 Time: 1:30 p.m. Location: Mary McLeod Bethune Performing Arts Center Critically-acclaimed, NAACP Image and SAG award-winning actor, producer, activist and...

Academic
Summer CURE Researchers

CURE Summer Program Promotes Undergraduate Research

June 25

The 2018 Center for Undergraduate Research Excellence (CURE) program is now underway. CURE is a 10-week summer residential program that enhances students’ academic experience by exposing...

Special Events
Summer camp

B-CU Hastings Campus Teams with South Woods Elementary School to Provide Youth Summer Camp Experience

June 25

B-CU’s Miller Center (Hastings Campus) was eager to team up with South Woods Elementary School (SWES) to enhance the summer camp experience for fifteen underserved fourth graders. During the...

Alumni
Nascar student

NASCAR Selects Top Local Talent from B-CU

June 25

Courtesy of NASCAR  Recently, the NASCAR Diversity Internship Program (NDIP) welcomed its largest class since its inception in 2000. The 2018 NDIP class consists of more than 30 of the top...

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Owens Receives Doctorate

Student Success Instructor Anthony Owens Earns Doctorate Degree

June 25

Congratulations to Anthony Owens, student success coach/instructor, in the College of Undergraduate Studies, who recently completed graduate studies at Nova Southeastern University in Fort...

Academic
Talk Tuesday PLA Interview

Gain College Credit for Work/Life Experience, Save Money and Time

June 25

If you are among those considering a return to college, now could be the time, as there are ways to earn college credit for things you already know!

Alumni
photo of Ashley Jennings

B-CU: Transforming Lives, One Student at a Time

June 18

Ashley N. Jennings is a 2012 graduate of Bethune-Cookman University, having earned a Master of Science in transformative leadership. Jennings has a deep experience that connects her to B-CU. She...

Special Events
Trustee Dr. Lucille O'Neal Hosts Benefit Luncheon

Trustee Dr. Lucille O'Neal Hosts Benefit Luncheon

June 11

For eight years now, Bethune-Cookman University Trustee and alumna, Dr. Lucille O'Neal, has convened hundreds of family, friends and supporters for a benefit Faith and Fellowship Luncheon, which...

Activities
Community farm share

Farm Share, State Rep. Henry and B-CU Collaborate

June 11

Farm Share, State Rep. Henry, and B-CU Collaborate to Provide Food for Nearly 300 Families Campus and community came together to address food insecurity in Midtown, one of the City of Daytona...

Alumni
Class of 2018 graduate Nakeesha Shares "It's Never too late"

It's Never Too Late to Earn Your College Degree

June 11

At age 44, Nakeesha Howard satisfied a lifelong dream when she completed graduation requirements earning a Bachelor of Arts in sociology from the College of Liberal Studies. At the same time, she...

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Irvin to speak at Dental Association

Grady Irvin, Esquire ('85) to Emcee 105th National Dental Association Convention

June 11

Attorney Grady Irvin (’85) will serve as master of ceremonies at the 105th National Dental Association (NDA) Annual Convention being hosted at the Rosen Centre Hotel, July 11-15, 2018, in Orlando,...

Academic
National Science Foundation Funds Research Experiences for Undergraduates at CSEM

National Science Foundation Funds Research Experiences for Undergraduates at CSEM

June 11

Bethune-Cookman University has been awarded a three-year grant valued at $300K from the National Science Foundation for a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site at the College of...

Alumni
lashakia

2004 Graduate LaShakia Moore to Lead Flagler County Public Schools' Rymfire Elementary 

June 4

Flagler County (Florida) Superintendent James Tager announced LaShakia Moore will become the third principal in the history of Rymfire Elementary School, according to a news release on May 30. She...

Alumni
j9nesDavina

Passionate Mentorship by Professors Helped Me Navigate the World

June 4

From day one, however, Bethune-Cookman was not about where I started, but about from where I would launch. Passionate mentorship from Dr. Claudette McFadden and global exposure from Dr. Rebecca...

Academic
FordJ

History Professor Jeannette Ford Publishes Book on China’s Mao, Directs Summer Undergraduate Research Projects

May 29

Mao's Prey: The History of Chen Renbing, Liberal Intellectual,written by Jeannette Ford, Ed.D., associate professor of history in the College of Liberal Arts, is being reissued by Routledge Taylor...

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