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  • Icon Shaw Joins HBCUs from Around the Country
    Shaw University administrators and staff attended the HBCUgrow 2017 Lead Conference at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Raleigh
    Icon Next Generation of Entrepreneurs Fostered at Shaw
    The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, just a couple of blocks from campus, provides resources for students, as well as an opportunity to connect with fellow entrepreneurs. 
    Icon Music Executive Returns Home
    It had been more than 20 years since Catherine Brewton stepped foot on campus when she arrived to deliver the Founder’s Day Convocation address.
    Icon Entrepreneurship Initiative Launched with Girl Scouts
    Young women in Southeast Raleigh now have a new resource for developing their entrepreneurial skills thanks to a new partnership between Shaw University, the Carolina Small Business Development Fund, and the Girl Scouts. 
    Icon Congressman Price Speaks to Shaw on Civic Engagement
    Shaw University launched a new lecture series on civic engagement on with a speech from Congressman David Price at the Thomas J. Boyd Chapel. 
    Icon Writing Center Collects Donations for Disaster Relief
    For the past week, Shaw students, faculty, staff, and neighbors have been stopping by The Writing Center to drop off items to be shipped to areas affected by recent natural disasters.
    Icon Dr. Lloyd Williams Partners with Google
    Dr. Lloyd Williams is on a mission to make the tech industry more diverse.
    Icon Thomas J. Boyd Chapel to be Led by Divinity School
    In celebrating the University's proud, religious heritage and mission, the Thomas J. Boyd Chapel will now be led by the Divinity School.
    Icon Global Education Program Provides Study Abroad Opportunity
    Six students visited Havana, Cuba as part of the Global Education Program, the University’s first study abroad program. 
    Icon UNCF Makes Itself Known at Shaw U on HBCU Tour

    The UNCF HBCU Tour stopped at Shaw University to help boost the number of students who receive scholarships and internships, and give high school students a day of face-to-face access to a UNCF representative.

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