Stillman joins Student Freedom Initiative
STEM majors at Stillman College have a new option for financial aid. Stillman College has joined the Student Freedom , a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the social mobility of students attending a minority serving institution.
EDA grant to fund Geneva renovation, cyber training center at Stillman
The United States Economic Development Administration has awarded Stillman College a $2.7 million grant to develop a cybersecurity and information technology training center in Geneva Hall.
Tuscaloosa community invited to ‘Stomp Out Suicide’
“Stomp Out Suicide,” a step show on Stillman’s campus, will be held Tuesday, Sept. 20. The public is invited to attend Stomp Out Suicide, where community health and wellness agencies will be on hand to engage attendees.
President Warrick to Retire in June 2023
Stillman College President Dr. Cynthia Warrick, the first woman to hold the position at the college, will retire from the presidency at the end of her current contract term on June 30, 2023.
Stillman, Verizon to host free STEM program for middle-schoolers
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.
Denzel Davis Memorial Health fair returns at Stillman March 29
The Denzel Davis Memorial Health Fair at Stillman College on March 29 will offer a number of free health screenings, including blood pressure and blood glucose, as well as tests for sickle cell and HIV/AIDS.
Stillman police chief among featured speakers at Girl Scouts summit
Carla Longmire grateful to share the challenges and triumphs of her career with the Girl Scouts.
Stillman College, YWCA forge innovative plan to create multi-use facility for West End Tuscaloosa
Stillman College and YWCA USA have partnered to pursue development of a facility to provide childcare, health, and recreational services to one of Tuscaloosa’s critically underserved areas.
Gilmore to Represent Alabama in Intensive Regional Leadership Development Program
The Appalachian Regional Commission has named Stillman College Executive Vice President Derrick C. Gilmore to its 2021-2022 class of the Appalachian Leadership Institute.