SUNO Students Participate in the 2015 TMCF Leadership Institute

Pictured from left, Ebelenna S. Anekwe, Senior – Biology major; Benjamin N. Siele, Senior – Forensic Science major; Leah M. Samuel, Senior – Business Administration major; Janica N. Gordon, Senior – Mathematics major; Rondale K. Beckwith, Senior – Computer Information Systems major; LaShonda L. Turner, Senior – Biology major; Udochukwu E. Tasie, Computer Information Systems […]

SUNO Minimum Wage Debate Changes Minds

As the debate over increasing the minimum wage rages in halls of the U. S. Congress and in the Presidential Debates, the College of Business & Public Administration sponsored a debate on the issue. Student teams debated pro and con positions on the proposition: The U. S. Congress Should Increase the Minimum Wage. Before the […]

4 Lady Knights Win Awards at GCAC Volleyball Banquet

The Lady Knights took home five awards Thursday, Nov. 12 at the annual GCAC Volleyball Awards Banquet: Senior Ana Privrat was named Player & Defender of  the Year Freshman Marija Stojijkovic was named Freshman of the Year Freshman Shannon Jones was selected as the GCAC Attacker of the Year First-year Head Coach Zipporah Washington was named Coach of the […]

Two Lady Knights Named GCAC Volleyball Players of the Week

Marija Stojijkovic (top) claimed her sixth Setter of the Week award of the season, the most for any player in the conference this year.  Stojijkovic posted 30 assists against Dillard last week, as well as six digs and three aces.  She has had 30 or more digs 10 times this season. Ana Privrat earned her fifth Defender of the Week award […]

Millie Charles Attends Groundbreaking

The sun came out just in time to shine on Millie M. Charles as she lifted a ceremonial shovel of dirt to break ground for the new School of Social Work building to be named in her honor. More than 150 people attended the event at 10 a.m. today on the Lake Campus site of the […]

Low bidder Selected to Construct New School of Social Work Building

The University has been notified by the Division of Administration, Facility Planning and Control (FP&C) that a low bidder for the Millie Charles Social of Work Building has been selected and contract negotiations for construction have begun. The low bidder, Lamar Construction, has approximately 30 days in which to execute a contract with FP&C for the […]

Three Lady Knights Named Volleyball Players of the Week

The Lady Knights swept the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (GCAC) Volleyball  Players of the Week announced today. Freshman Johnee LeBlanc is the Attacker of the Week, senior Ana Privat is Defender of the Week and freshman Marija Stojijkovic is Setter of the Week. Johnee received her first Attacker of the Week award after posting a double-double for the Lady Knights. She […]

Social Work Master’s Student Receives Fellowship

Dylen Johnson, a student in the Master’s of Social Work program has been awarded a Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Minority Fellowship Program-Youth (MFP-Y) master’s student fellowship for the 2015-2016 academic year. The MFP-Y fellowship for advanced social work master’s students is funded by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). […]