The 75th Miss Stillman is thankful for the challenges the role has presented her, and how she was able to “break the ice” to meet expectations.
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.
The Trustee Presidential Search Committee will host three candidates on campus Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (May 1-3) to have each present and answer questions.
Dr. James D. Anderson, a Stillman alumnus (’66) and a member of the board of trustees, will deliver the keynote address for Stillman’s 2023 commencement exercise.
The #BlackTechFutures Research Institute, housed at Stillman College, will introduce its new Black Tech Ecosystem Index during its Building Critical Black Digital Infrastructure in Cities Week beginning Monday, April 24 through Thursday, April 27.
It’s been more than a month since Kari Balazs has returned to campus, where she proudly reflects on her speech at the United Nations.
Stillman College earned top honors and a $75,000 institutional grant from Honda at the 34th Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC), America’s premier academic competition for students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Beginning April 15 in Torrance, California, a team of four Stillman students will compete in the 34th HCASC National Championship Tournament, the premier academic competition for HBCUs.
Stillman College will begin providing all of its undergraduate students with free test prep courses for a variety of graduate-level admissions exams and professional certifications through a new partnership with global educational services provider.
Stillman College sets record for number of Presidential Scholars and Dean’s List honorees in a single academic year.