Arick Evans will earn his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice Saturday during Stillman’s commencement exercise, after which he will begin working with Teach for America, a decision influenced by his mentoring of youth in Tuscaloosa-area schools.
Participating students will receive mentorship, access to next-gen technology and hands-on training. The initiative provides engaging programming where sixth- to eighth-grade students can learn design thinking, 3D printing, augmented reality and social entrepreneurship.
Stillman College’s Black Male Initiative will host its first-ever “Juneteenth Weekend” celebration festival June 17-19 on campus.
Leaders from business, education and the faith-based community gathered at Stillman College to discuss ways to better West End Tuscaloosa.
Grant will provide scholarships, internships and externship opportunities to Stillman students through the Black Male Initiative, a student support and career development program on campus.
Panel discussion with Black actors, community leaders to follow screening TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Stillman College will host a special screening of “What About Me,” a documentary that explores the lived […]