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February 19-25, 2018


6th Annual Statewide Scholarship & Promotional Bus Tour Begins in Mobile

President Andrew and First Lady Abbiegail Hugine, students, faculty, staff and a few alums are opening week-long presentations of scholarships to new Bulldogs around the state from the launching pad of the port city of Mobile, Ala.  For more, click TOUR 2018.









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AAMU Student Begins Studies in Croatia


Kennedy Copeland, an Alabama A&M University junior, is participating in a study abroad program at Libertas International University in Dubrovnik, Croatia. She is enrolled in Introduction to Social Research Methods, International Conflict, Security, and Peace, Diplomacy, Introduction to International Relations, and Comparative Political Systems.


Copeland notes that “The courses here are different in structure; classes usually are for 3 hours, but may only last for three weeks.  Due to this, I have time to explore the city and surrounding countries, as well as get certificates at nearby universities."


Copeland added that Dubrovnik is becoming a big tourist area due to its cost, being Unesco world heritage site, and as the filming location for "Game of Thrones."


"Luckily, I will be leaving at the beginning of June before the big wave of tourists come through," said Copeland.  "I want to thank everyone who supported me. Thanks to you I am living a once in a lifetime experience.”


AAMU students interested in studying abroad should contact the Office of Community College Relations & Global Initiatives at Alabama A&M University,
Chandra Glover, director,, (256) 372-5418.

AN EXIT ENTRY:  When loyal AAMU alumnus Clarene Teague Johnson (c) decided to punctuate her 70th birthday celebration by establishing the Clarene T. Johnson Exit Scholarship Fund to assist students whose only barrier to a graduation exit was a small financial balance, she not only fulfilled one of her dreams, but she attracted some supporters, as well.  Members of the Xi Omicron Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., donated $1,000 to the fund.  Pictured (from l-r) are Archie Tucker, AAMU vice president for marketing, communication and advancement; Gerald Vines, Xi Omicron Chapter; AAMU President Andrew Hugine, Jr.; Clarene Teague Johnson, founder of the fund; E.C. Rentz, Xi Omicron Chapter; Barrington Dames, Basileus. 




LEADERSHIP CLASS 2:  The AAMU Leadership Program has started its second cohort.  The four-month program is designed to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operations and to boost organizational excellence and stewardship.   LEADERSHIP 2



“Shift” Conference Pushes Self-Transformation


Sometimes, the only thing standing in the way of total self-transformation is a little guidance.  A conference set for mid-February is designed to direct individuals to the help they need for both healing and growth.


The power of good information rang true one day when Dr. Patricia Haley happened upon a woman stricken with breast cancer.  The woman’s talent was her livelihood, so severe illness meant that she was unable to support herself.


“The woman lost everything,” recalled Haley, a native of Jacksonville, Fla., who admits that she, too, experienced many problems in her own life. 


Haley said she told the woman about services offered through United Way and her to contact the offices for assistance.  Haley then began to wonder whether there were others out there who were in desperate need of help but had no idea about where to find it.


Shift3.jpgThrough Patricia Haley Foundation, Haley is sponsoring a city-wide conference, “The Shift: From Broken to Healed,” on Monday, February 19, in the Clyde Foster Auditorium on the Alabama A&M University campus from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.


The conference will feature health screenings and representatives from various non-profit and community organizations.  At 6 p.m., a banquet will be held at the DesignLab on Meridian Street (former Lincoln Mill area), with inspiration from Pastor Carlton Byrd of Oakwood University Church and the Gospel Choir.


People need to know that there are resources out there to help them with those things that are breaking them, notes Haley.  There are programs to assist with medical, housing and several other issues.


Patricia Haley Ministries is a two-year-old 501c charity that works with cancer patients, offering encouragement and assisting with the provision of needed medicine.  While she has been a resident of Huntsville for some 26 years, she has been active in ministry for 15 years.  Her devotion to her organization stems from the severe troubles and mental anguish she witnessed her mother experience as a result of a tumultuous childhood.


Haley believes that guidance and proper information can have a life-changing impact on individuals.  For more information about the conference and the organization, visit or call (256) 683-7287.


- J. Saintjones



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Panel to Address Sex Crimes, Domestic Violence


A panel discussion on "Sex Crimes, Domestic Violence and the Law"  will be held Thursday, February 22, in Drake Hall Auditorium from 12:30 p.m.-1:45 p.m.


According to Dr. Maruice Mangum, professor and chair of AAMU's Department of Social Sciences, the panel will address issues involving sex crimes (i.e., abuse, assault, rape, etc.) and domestic violence. 


"It will cover whether you are at risk, how to lower the likelihood of becoming a victim, what to do when you are a victim, and resources available to victims," Mangun said.  "Law enforcement and legal professionals will discuss how the police investigate these crimes and how prosecutors prosecute the offenders."


Scheduled panelists include Micah Griffin, director of the Student Health and Counseling Services Center at AAMU; Cassandra Tarver-Ross, AAMU Title IX coordinator; Nadis Carlisle, chief, AAMU Department of Public Safety; and Joleen Heckman, domestic violence responder coordinator, Crisis Services of North Alabama.

For more information, call (256) 372-5330 or e-mail


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Trustees to Meet


The AAMU Board of Trustees will hold its regular meeting on Friday, March 2, in the Clyde Foster auditorium of the College of Business and Public Affairs at 10 a.m.  The public is invited.



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Ribbon Cutting Scheduled for New Residence Facility


Alabama A&M University officials have scheduled Friday, March 2, at 2 p.m. for the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new residence hall located on Meridian Street, adjacent to the Student Health and Wellness Center.


The facility opened to students at the start of the spring semester.  At capacity, the $34 million structure will accommodate 580 students.  The project was funded through the U.S. Department of Education's Capital Access Program.


The public is invited.





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CFCU to Hold Annual Meeting


One of North Alabama’s oldest black financial institutions will hold its annual meeting on the AAMU campus on Thursday, February 22.


The Councill Federal Credit Union will convene members during the 64th annual meeting at the AAMU Agribition Center at 12 noon.  Staff will provide lunch and door prizes.


For additional information, contact Rufus Gilmore III, manager, at (256) 372-5379.




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AAMU Wins Qualifying Tournament to Advance in HCASC Tournament


It is official. Alabama A&M University will compete in the National Tournament of the 29th annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC), America’s premier quiz bowl for top HBCU students. The fast-paced buzzer competition highlights students’ academic prowess and ability to answer questions about history, science, literature, religion, the arts and pop culture. The HCASC Championship Tournament will take place in Los Angeles, April 7 – 11, 2018.


HCASC NQT Winners 2018.jpgAlabama A&M University bested nine other institutions to take the #1 spot at the Dillard National Qualifying Tournament (NQT): Dillard University, Stillman College, Philander Smith College, Alcorn State University, Talladega College, Southern University - New Orleans, Tougaloo College, Xavier University and Jackson State University. 


Alabama A&M University had decisive wins against Dillard University, Alcorn State University, and Tougaloo College; losing one close match to Jackson State University. However, the AAMU Team advanced to the playoff rounds, beating top-seeded Philander Smith College and proceeded to the championship round to face Jackson State University again, this time for the WIN!!!


The AAMU HCASC Varsity team includes: Indonesia Jordan (Captain), Kaila Pearson, Aniekan Ruffin, Nadia Young and Aldrishon Jones. Mrs. Carla Draper Holloway, HCASC Coach/Coordinator

Caption: AAMU Team before Competition. Standing Left to Right: Aniekan Ruffin, Coach Carla Draper Holloway, Aldrishon Jones (alternate player). Sitting Left to Right: Kaila Pearson, Nadia Young, Indonesia Jordan (Captain)


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Aramark Number Change


Please note that the Aramark Facilities emergency work line number has been changed to (256) 372-5746.




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A&M’s University Choir Starts on ‘High Note’

by Jazzmine Walker


The Alabama A&MAlabama A&M University Choir has been formally acknowledged as one of the top 5 collegiate choirs in the state of Alabama.


After attending a developmental session at the Alabama Music Educators Association (AMEA) 2018 Conference on January 20, the choir was soon notified through an official letter to Dr. Horace Carney, Visual and Fine Arts Chair/Interim Choir Director, that it was ranked as one of the top 5 collegiate choral ensembles within the state.


This was not the first time that the choir has been acknowledged for its superior skills while away performing away from its campus.  The Choir also was afforded the opportunity to sing in New York’s Lincoln Center in 2014 and at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., with other HBCU choirs for the 105 Voices of History in 2015.


The AMEA conference was held for three days in Birmingham’s Jefferson Convention Center, where various choirs, from middle to collegiate level, bands, professors, and students attended.


Throughout the three days, the AAMU Choir emerged as the only HBCU choir to perform for this auspicious occasion, a fact realized after the conference had ended.


Meanwhile, Carney avidly searches for every opportunity to showcase the Choir’s ability.  Thus, when it came time to audition for the conference, he made sure the ensemble recorded a stellar audition that would guarantee a spot at the event.


The choir performed both classical and spiritual pieces specifically chosen by Carney, with earnest attention to composition, expressive text, and a full sound that would showcase the talents of the choir. Among the songs performed were:  “Ave Maria,” “Fecit Potentiam” from John Rutter’s Magnificat, “Balm in Gilead,” “Hehlehlooyuh,” “Hold On," and the choir’s signature piece by Stacey V. Gibbs, “Be Still and Know.”


“I was dumbfounded and had to read the letter over and over again,” stated Carney, reflecting on the performance and the letter from AMEA.  He added that the choir “considered it a high honor” to be chosen from their audition.


Carney knows that with the excellent performance the group put on they have definitely enhanced the public relations for the group.  This, in turn, will open even more doors of opportunity for the ensemble in the future.





TJF Initiates $5 Fridays for HBCUS


For the cost of your morning cup of specialty coffee, you can help a bright HBCU scholar pay for college.


The Tom Joyner Foundation is calling on HBCU graduates and supporters to give at least $5 on “$5 Friday!”  A little goes a long way.


Text GROWHBCUS to the number 41444 directly from your phone or donate online here.






Alabama A&M University’s

‘A-List’ of Alabama-Born African Americans


by Jerome Saintjones

Hank Aaron, baseball great, Mobile
Joel “JoJo” Adams, blues entertainer, Rural (Unknown)
Ralph Abernathy, civil rights activist, Linden
Arthur Alexander, country/soul singer, Sheffield
Inez Andrews, Gospel singer, Birmingham
Robert Avery, long-time activist who, as a teen, hitchhiked to 1963 March on Washington, Gadsden
Charles Barkley, NBA superstar, Leeds
Andrew Jackson Beard, Inventor of railroad coupler, Pinson
Jo Jo Benson, R&B/soul singer, Phenix City
Herman Blount aka “Sun Ra,” Visionary musician, Birmingham
Willie D. Burton, Academy Award-winning sound engineer, Tuscaloosa
Clarence and Curtis Butler “The Butler Twins,” Detroit blues, Killen
George “Wild Child” Butler, Blues harmonica player, Autaugaville
James Anthony Carmichael, Grammy Award-winning arranger and record producer, Gadsden
Johnnie Carr, Civil rights activist, Montgomery
Clarence Carter, Soul singer, Montgomery
Nell Carter, actress/singer, Birmingham
Reg E. Cathey, Actor, Huntsville
John Henrik Clarke, Pan Africanist, Union Springs
Mattie Moss Clarke, Gospel singer, Selma
Lorenzo Clemons, Actor, Birmingham
Nat King Cole, vocalist and icon, Montgomery
Burl C. “Jaybird” Coleman, country blues harmonica player, Gainesville
Mitty Collier, Soul singer, Birmingham
Marva Collins, educator, Monroeville
Laverne Cox, actress, Mobile
William Levi Dawson, composer, Anniston
Anthony Daniels, Alabama’s first black minority House leader, Midway
James Reese Europe, Conductor/composer, Mobile
Maria Fearing, Ex-slave educator and missionary, Gainesville
Vonetta Flowers, bobsledder, Birmingham
G-Side, Hip hop duo, Huntsville
Oscar Gamble, baseball player, Ramer
Fred Gray, Civil rights attorney (Rosa Parks, Tuskegee Study), Montgomery
Albert Hall, Actor, Brighton
Vera Hall, Folk singer, Livingston
W.C. Handy, "Father of the Blues," Florence
Erskine Hawkins, Jazz trumpeter, Birmingham
Alexis Herman, former U.S. Secretary of Labor, Mobile
Andre’ Holland, Actor, Bessemer
Evander Holyfield, boxer, Atmore
James Hood, Education pioneer, Gadsden
Brittany Howard, singer/guitarist, Athens
Jimmy Hughes, R&B singer, Leighton
Zora Neale Hurston, novelist, Notasulga
Bo Jackson, football/baseball athlete, Bessemer
Rosetta James, activist, Akron
Mae Jemison, astronaut, physician, Decatur
Mick Jenkins, Hip hop artist, Huntsville
Angela Johnson, Children’s book author and poet, Tuskegee
Orlando Jones, actor and comedian, Mobile
Vivian Malone Jones, Pioneer in higher education, Mobile
Tom Joyner, radio personality, Tuskegee
Percy Julian, inventor, Montgomery
Eddie Kendricks, R&B singer/songwriter, Union Springs
Coretta Scott King, civil rights advocate, Marion
Mathew Knowles, talent manager, Gadsden
Carl Lewis, track star, Birmingham
John Lewis, Congressman, Troy
Joe Louis, famous boxer, LaFayette
Joseph Lowery, minister/civil rights leader, Huntsville
Autherine Lucy, Education pioneer, Shiloh
Simmie Lee Knox, painter (official portrait of President Bill Clinton), Aliceville
Gucci Mane, Rapper, Bessemer
Willie Mays, baseball legend, Westfield
Jerry McCain, Electric blues musician, Gadsden
Iverson Minter “Louisiana Red,” blues guitarist, Bessemer
Johnny Moore, R&B singer of Drifters fame, Selma
Albert Murray, novelist and literary critic, Nokomis
Fayard Nicholas, “Nicholas Brothers,” Tap dancer/choreographer, Mobile
Cliff Nobles, American pop singer, Grove Hill
Odetta, folk singer, Birmingham
Jesse Owens, athlete, Oakville
Terrell Owens, football notable, Alexander City
Satchel Paige, legendary baseball player, Mobile
Henry Panion, conductor/professor, Birmingham
Rosa Parks, civil rights legend, Tuskegee
Wilson Pickett, singer, Prattville
Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of State, Birmingham
Maurice “Rich Boy” Richards, Rapper, Mobile
Lionel Richie, singer, Tuskegee
Robin Roberts, television broadcaster, Tuskegee
John Solomon Sandridge, Artist/sculptor, Gadsden
David Satcher, former U.S. Surgeon General, Anniston
Eugene Sawyer, Jr., former mayor of Chicago, Greensboro
Naomi Shelton, Gospel/soul singer, Midway
Percy Sledge, singer, Leighton
Broderick “Rickey” Smiley, comedian, Birmingham
James Foster Smith, teen hitchhiker from Alabama to the 1963 March on Washington, Gadsden
Limmie Snell, Soul singer, Dalton
Octavia Spencer, actor, Montgomery
John Stallworth, former Pittsburgh Steeler wide receiver, Tuscaloosa
Ruben Studdard, former "American Idol", Birmingham
Glenn “Doe B” Thomas, Rapper, Montgomery
Robert Frank Thomas, with two teen friends, hitchhiked to 1963 March on Washington, Gadsden
Oscar Toney Jr., Soul singer, Selma
Cynthia Tucker, Syndicated columnist, Monroeville
Don Varner, Soul/gospel singer, Birmingham
Sharon Warren, actor, Opelika
Dinah Washington, blues queen, Tuscaloosa
Thomas E. Weatherly, poet, Scottsboro
Paul Williams, former member of The Temptations, Ensley
Palmer Williams, Stage and television actor, Camden
Bill Winston, televangelist, Tuskegee
Jameis Winston, football player, Hueytown
Holland Dai’mon “Mr. Envi’” Witherspoon, Rapper, Uniontown
Roy Wood, Jr., comedian and actor, Birmingham
Coleman Young, former mayor of Detroit, Tuscaloosa


2018 Edition



Recapturing Glory:  AAMU's Women's Bowling Team Making Comeback

by Jasmine Searcy



Have you ever heard about Alabama A&M University’s collegiate women’s bowling team? If so, have you heard about it … since 2014? If you have heard about the Lady Bulldogs in more recent years then, chances are, you’ve been doing some serious research. That could very well be about to change.


Perusing the old archives of AAMU bowling history, one might form the impression that the rich and greatest history of the team was suddenly hidden from the public eye. 


In 1998, Huntsville native Jeff McCorvey started the bowling program at the McCorvey.jpeg
university. McCorvey has been a PBA member since 1986. He was inducted in Alabama State Hall of Fame and the Huntsville Hall of Fame. He became the assistant head coach for two years and helped A&M to achieve eight to eight perfect tournament records. SWAC bowling standards require each team to have eight outside tournaments, not including any of the SWAC tournaments, to compete higher. In 2001, he became the head coach.  For the first 5 out of 6 years of the program, the Lady Bulldogs were champions.  


The winning streak of the team started an epidemic on campus. On April 15, 2006, the team made national news, as they went to the finals of the NCAA tournament. They won the Runner-up title against Fairleigh Dickerson University to win 4 to 1 games for the first national title. In 2009, they were on a five-year winning streak of 12 titles of the 15-year existence.  


Coach McCorvey not only taught the importance of bowling but he fought for academic achievement. He led the team to push toward good grades and higher GPAs. The Academic Progress Rate (APR) measures how scholarship student-athletes are performing term by term throughout the school year. It is a composite team measurement based on how individual team members do academically. For 6 seasons straight, the team’s APR score was a perfect 1000. 


Tiffany-Amber Nicole Stage, a former bowling teammate, said:  “He taught us that no matter how difficult the situation may be, we could always get through it and succeed”. The team had great chemistry and fought to the end against Alabama State University in 2014, winning the SWAC Championship.


Stage was only with Coach McCovey for six months, until he suddenly announced his retirement to the students, faculty, and staff in 2014. Why the sudden retirement?  No one knows, it seems.  Where is the man with the victories under his belt?  Why did the program fall into silence, almost to the point that some students do not even know that there is a women’s bowling team? 


Investigative journalism, however, has revealed a possible resurgence ahead.  A road beyond the hidden history will no doubt lead to what’s ahead for the Lady Bulldog bowling team.   Stay tuned. 




CDS Preparing for Festive YMTF, Faculty Support Urged


Career Development Services is planning for one of the year’s most popular events.  The 43rd annual Youth Motivation Task Force (YNTF) Outreach Program will be held March 12-13.


YMTF attracts professionals impacting numerous career fields across multiple sectors.  These visiting men and women spend two days on campus to motivate AAMU students on the importance of staying focused on earning their college degrees, says Yvette Clayton, director of CDS.


AAMU faculty members are encouraged to allow the volunteer YMTF consultants to visit their classes on Monday, March 12, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., and on Tuesday, March 13, between 8 a.m. and noon.


Please complete and submit the form below by Friday, February 9, 2018 to confirm your space for the YMTF consultants to speak to your students.


For additional information, call Career Development Services at 256.372.5692.




Scholarship Foundation Offering Scholarship Opportunity


The Community Foundation of South Alabama’s Mary & Council Powell Scholarship Fund is accepting applications from currently enrolled students at Alabama A&M University who have a minimum ACT score of 19 and a minimum 3.0 GPA. 


To apply, interested students can click here or visit to access the online scholarship portal.  Deadline for submissions is March 22, 2018 at 11:59pm.   Questions should be directed to Carolyn Marston at or by calling (251) 438-5591.




Alabama A&M TV Launches “FrontPage”


Electronic Media Communications/WJAB-TV has launched a new show called the “Alabama A&M FrontPage.”


It is an all AAMU newscast dedicated to highlighting the positive and uplifting stories of students, faculty and staff. The newscast will air weekly on Comcast channel 78 and will be posted to WJAB’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages.

However, WJAB-TV needs the help of everyone on campus. If you have a news story to be considered for the Alabama A&M FrontPage, please e-mail Latoyia Clemons at


 In the meantime, please view the first Alabama A&M FrontPage newscast by visiting




LOST - Keys lost in vicinity of 1st floor Chambers Building.  Contact


LOST - Keys and thumb drive lost in vicinity of 114 Carver Complex Bonner Wing.  Contact Dr. Johnson Kamalu at ext. 4106.



Extension Offers Statewide Health Management Workshop for Sheep and Goats

by Wendi Williams  


The Alabama Cooperative Extension System’s Urban Affairs and New Nontraditional Programs will offer a series of the Health Management Workshop for Sheep and Goat Herds across the state of Alabama from March to May 2018.


Goats.jpgThe workshop is designed to expand your knowledge about raising healthy sheep and goats. Topics will include tagging animals, identifying injection sites, hoof health management, the FAMACHA system, using the California Mastitis Test to detect mastitis in does and ewes, caring for newborn animals, body condition scoring, nutritional and forage management, biosecurity measures, and the proper disposal of medication and other substances. Participants will also travel to a local farm to engage in hands-on demonstrations.


Each workshop will run from 9:00 to 11:45 a.m. and on-farm demonstrations will be held from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Participants are asked to pre-register online at


Saturday, March 3 - AAMU Winfred Thomas Agricultural Research Station

372 Walker Lane, Hazel Green, AL 35750

For information contact: Dr. Maria Browning at (256) 372-4954 or

Dr. Karnita Garner at (256) 372-8331 or


Saturday, March 17 - Jackson County Extension Office

27115 John T. Reid Parkway, Scottsboro, AL 35768

For information contact: Themika Sims at (256) 574-2143 or


Saturday, April 14 - Houston County Extension Office

Farm Center Building, 1699 Ross Clark Circle, Suite 4, Dothan, AL 36301

For information contact: Phillip Carter at (334) 794-4108 or or

Willie Durr at (334) 794-4108 or


Saturday, May 5 - Talladega County Extension Office

130 North Court Street, Talladega, AL 35160

For information contact: Henry Dorough at (256) 362-6187 or   

The workshops are free and open to the public. Lunch will also be provided; however, pre-registration is required.

For additional information, please contact Dr. Maria Browning or Dr. Karnita Garner or visit


This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Capacity Building Grant (CBG) Program (#1012164) and the Renewable Resource Extension Act (RREA) Program (#1012197).    



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Spring 2018 Appearances for the AAMU Choir


Dr. Horace Carney, interim director for the AAMU Choir, has announced the following activities and venues for Spring 2018.


MARCH 16-23             SPRING   TOUR                        FORMAL


APRIL 9 or 10              SPRING CONCERT                  FORMAL

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MAY 4                          COMMENCEMENT                     ROBES



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A&M Business College Adds Golf Tournament


The College Business and Public Affairs (COB­PA) at Alabama A&M University has added a golf tournament to the 3rd an­nual AAMU COBPA Silent Auction.


This year, there will be the opportunity to win amazing prizes such as a vehicle, courtesy of Woody Anderson Ford; a three-day RV rental, courtesy of Bankston Motor Homes; and much more.


The Alabama A&M Col­lege of Business and Public Affairs Golf Tournament and Silent Auction will take place Friday, April 6, at the Huntsville Country Club on Oakwood Avenue NW.


Participation and even any donations toward the event will be appreciated. For more information about the auction or golf tournament, contact Amoi Savage at (256) 527-7212.


TEDxAAMU:  Now preparing for its April 2018 talk on "Start Here, Go Anywhere," a capable group of AAMU's finest students, staff and faculty includes the following:  Front Row (l-r): Gemma Sivetz, Aliyah Riley, Tarsha Lockhart and Jeremy Petty; Back Row (l-r): Willie F. Diggs II, Dr. Donna Gibson, Prof. Elizabeth Ford and Dr. Daniel Upchurch.  (Photo by J. Saintjones)



  Town Hall - North Alabama Delegation

AAMU Leadership Class 2

Dancing with the President and First Lady (2018)

English Faculty/Poets at Madison Public Library Opening

Faculty-Staff Mid-Year Conference

Connell Maynor New Football Coach

Roland Martin Visits AAMU

Christmas Musicale Video (M. Morns)

AAMU Fall Commencement 2017

Faculty-Staff Year-End Holiday Update

Retirees Holiday Mix and Mingle

Alpha Kappa Mu Induction

Voting Rally

Nobel Laureate David J. Wineland






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