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Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #HSSUSVERYOWN

    Congratulations to HSSU’s very own Jasmine Lewis for being selected as a DELUX Magazine, 2019 Emerging 30 recipient.

    This year will be the Fourth Annual Emerging 30 Networking Event for Delux Magazine.

    This annual event celebrates influential and intriguing movers and shakers in St. Louis for their contributions to their respective industries, as well as their dedication to community service.

    She currently serves as the Upward Bound Director here at HSSU.

    Congratulations again Ms. Lewis !

    It’s a great day to be a Hornet 🐝

    #hornetpride #hornetnation #hssu #hbcu #harrisstowe #30under30 #deluxmagazine #winner #congratulations #weloveouremployees

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • Good morning Hornet Nation 🐝

    Strength and Honor Mentoring and Tutoring Program participants stopped by Harris-Stowe State University for a campus tour and showed us their Hornet Pride!

    The program offers free tutoring and mentoring throughout the school year and hosts summer camp throughout the summer for children ages 5-14 years old.

    The program participants often graduate and are hired as counselors when they turn 16.

    The summer camp runs from June 3rd - July 25th at the Ferguson Community Center located at 1050 Smith Ave. Ferguson, MO. 63135.

    The camp runs from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., but before and after care are available for an additional fee of $25 for both or $15 for one or the other.

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided to campers.

    The camp will consist of swimming, field trips, guest speakers, and crafts!

    For more information contact: https://www.mysah.org

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
23 hours
  • HSSU SUMMER PROGRAM PREPARES STEM FRESHMAN FOR COLLEGE

    CHECK THIS OUT HORNETS:
    This is day one of a very exciting summer for students selected to participate in Harris-Stowe State University's rigorous five week pre-college preparatory program, the 2019 Science and Mathematics Academy.

    Director of the Institute for Sciences and Mathematics, Dr. Tommie Yvette Turner is managing the residential program for incoming freshman at no cost.

    The program is being made possible through the National Science Foundation Historically Black Colleges and University Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP) Implementation grant.

    Twenty-three incoming STEM freshmen were selected and are preparing for their academic and professional careers.

    Free tutoring and other academic resources are provided during the summer program from June 23 through July 25, to help students transition from high school to college successfully.

    The students will participate in weekly STEM field experiences to learn about various career opportunities.

    The goals of the Science and Mathematics Academy program are to academically prepare incoming freshmen for introductory STEM courses, proper time management, planning, appropriate study techniques, and note taking skills.

    At the end of the five week program and enrolling at HSSU, each student will receive a $1,000 stipend.

    The Science and Mathematics Academy provides incoming freshmen with a sense of community and self-identification as STEM majors.

    Each student began the summer program by receiving their official laboratory jacket and certificate of participation during June 23's opening ceremony.

    Mrs. Nicole Adewale, co-founder of ABNA Engineering, Inc. and National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) member, served as the opening ceremony keynote speaker.

    What a great day to be an incoming Hornet!

    #Hssu #HBCU #STEM #HornetNation

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #ThingsYouProbablyDidntKnowAboutHarrisStowe

    You probably didn’t know that Harris-Stowe State University hosts several summer programs, not just for current students to participate in, but also prospective students and even children.

    This week marks the second week of ‘On the Set: Film Camp’.

    This program is one of many summer programs hosted on Harris-Stowe State University’s campus.

    David Tucker is the CEO of On The Set, a summer camp that teaches participants about cinematography, producing and acting.

    Although, On The Set is an existing program, this is its first year in St. Louis.

    Throughout the course of the camp, kids will participate in shooting, producing and acting in short films.

    Video and filmmaker, Dana Christian, also came to show the participants the ins and outs of the film world.

    At the end of the camp, participants will premiere their movie at a movie theater.

    Click to watch the video as Managing Director for St. Louis, Marlon Whitfield, shares which special guest will make an appearance at the camp this summer.

    If you’re interested in participating, call 314-398-1639 today.

    #hssu #ontheset #hssusummer #hssusummerprograms #filmcamp #stl #cinematography #hornetnation #producing #acting

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • Happy Monday Hornets!

    Check out HSSU's new Public Safety vehicles. Director of Public Safety, Chief Melvin Williams said, “It took a while but we have made another giant step in our re-branding efforts. Check out the new look for our DPS vehicles! It's a great day to be a hornet!!!”

    Congratulations !

    #hssu #hornetnation #hornetpride #publicsafety #new #vehicles #hbcu

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • Check out the St. Louis Post Dispatch’s story about Harris-Stowe State University STEM students, Wesley Agee, DelShawn Fowler, Dalia Harris and Derek McFarland, preparing for graduate school through SLU’s McNair Scholars Program.

    All four students aspire to attend graduate school upon the completion of their undergraduate degree programs and then earn their Ph.D.

    While in the McNair program students participate in an eight-week internship. There, the scholars conduct an original research project under the supervision of a faculty mentor and receive free campus housing, a stipend, and opportunities to present their work at various conferences.

    All four students agreed they have benefited from the program and said it has provided a support system for them.

    One student, even recognized HSSU's very own Director of the Institute for Science and Mathematics, Dr. Tommie Turner. Harris said Dr. Turner pushes students to grow and apply for internships.

    HSSU would like to extend a special thank you to SLU and Dr. Jami Motley, Director of the McNair Scholars Program at Saint Louis University for their partnership.

    Read all about it here:
    https://www.stltoday.com/pr/lifestyles/harris-stowe-stem-students-prepare-for-graduate-school-through-slu/article_4268c3b4-9110-11e9-9d60-5cb9017bdf48.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=user-share

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #HSSUSVERYOWN

    Congratulations to HSSU’s very own Jasmine Clay for being selected as a DELUX Magazine, 2019 Emerging 30 recipient.

    This year will be the Fourth Annual Emerging 30 Networking Event for Delux Magazine.

    This annual event celebrates influential and intriguing movers and shakers in St. Louis for their contributions to their respective industries, as well as their dedication to community service.

    Ms. Clay is a proud alumna of the illustrious Harris-Stowe State University.

    She currently serves as the Educational Advisor for the Talent Search TRIO program here at HSSU.

    Ms. Clay is passionate about being a change agent in education and has a desire to give back to the community.

    Congratulations again Ms. Clay !

    It’s a great day to be a Hornet 🐝

    #hornetpride #hornetnation #hssu #hbcu #harrisstowe #30under30 #deluxmagazine #winner #congratulations #weloveouremployees

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
6 days
  • Great news Hornets! 🐝

    HSSU has been named as a finalist in multiple different categories for the 2019 HBCU Awards!

    We are finalist in the Best STEM Program category and HSSU President, Dr. Dwaun J. Warmack is a finalist in the Male President of the Year category.

    Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in Baltimore, MD at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture on August 2.

    The HBCU Awards is the first and only national awards ceremony honoring individual and institutional achievement at historically black colleges and universities throughout the country.

    Winners will be selected by a panel of previous winners, journalist, HBCU executives, students and alumni for the merit of accomplishment and for generating positive coverage for HBCU campus communities.

    Congratulations Hornets and Best wishes to all universities selected as finalist.

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
6 days
  • Happy Juneteenth Hornets 🐝

    Juneteenth is well known as a powerful moment in black history commemorating the real abolition of slavery in America.

    This came over two years after Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.

    Many believe slavery ended there, but several slave owners ignored the Emancipation Proclamation.

    Slavery wasn’t officially over until June 19, 1865, when Major General Gordon Granger wrote a proclamation to the people of Texas.

    He then led union soldiers into Galveston Texas with news that the Civil War was over and the 250,000 slaves in Texas were now officially free.

    The first Juneteenth celebration took place in 1866, over 150 years ago.

    It was recognized as Juneteenth Independence Day by congress in 1997.

    Juneteenth is about our fight, our history and it’s our Independence Day, our day of freedom!

    #hssu #hornetnation #hornetpride #hbcu #juneteenth #politics #important #slavery #freedom #independenceday

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #PEOPLEOFHSSU

    This week we are featuring Tyrone Day, the Director of Media Services at Harris-Stowe State University.

    Day has been a HSSU employee for 3 years.

    Day did not attend HSSU, but he did graduate from an HBCU.

    “After attending a HBCU and knowing that Harris-Stowe State University is the only HBCU in the St. Louis area, I felt it was my duty to pursue a career here,” Day said.

    As a technology guru, he is passionate about pouring his wealth of knowledge into the students.

    “Working here at HSSU gives me an opportunity to further enhance the technology foot print of HSSU, and to also help students succeed in a forever changing world of media and IT,” Day said. “Having a chance to grow and learn new tech trend ideas with the students will always be my favorite memories working at HSSU.”

    #hssu #peopleofhssu #hbcu #hornetnation #hornetpride #hbcumen #weloveouremployees

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #ThingsYouProbablyDidntKnowAboutHarrisStowe

    You probably didn’t know how many resources we have, right here on campus!

    Today we’re featuring the ARC, which is the Academic Resource Center.

    The ARC provides several programs and services such as developmental courses, HiSET testing, Hornet Summer Bridge, Disability Accommodation, ADA information, ACT Residual test, Retention for Math and Science and remote Accuplacer Process.

    One of the main uses of the ARC, is its Tutorial Center.

    We offer tutoring assistance in mathematics, science, writing, reading, Spanish, accounting and economics.

    Check out this link and find out how you can benefit from the ARC!

    http://go.hssu.edu/rsp_content.cfm?wid=41&pid=783&CFID=2196384&CFTOKEN=d930107aca2cc3d2-AEEE63AB-0CAA-14A5-B383EAC5AA3F930D

    It’s always a great day to be a Hornet 🐝

    #hssu #hornetpride #hornetnation #arc #tutoring #testing #university #resource #hbcu #math #writing #spanish #economics #accounting #reading

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
1 week
  • The Verizon Innovative Learning Program for Minority Males is one of multiple summer STEM programs the university hosts.

    Since 2016, this opportunity has provided middle-schoolers from the St. Louis City and County School Districts access to high-level technology. This includes virtual reality, coding, robotics and 3D design, and entrepreneurship.
    The program includes hands-on, interactive instruction and exposure to STEM-related careers.
    During the summer, students attend a three-week STEM boot camp at Harris-Stowe State University’s campus.
    However the learning continues throughout the academic year, because these scholars attend a monthly Saturday academy after the academic school year resumes as well.

    Harris-Stowe State University is one of 24 HBCUs and HSIs nationwide in this important initiative.
    This free STEM program takes place year round, right here on campus.
    Listen to three participants’ favorite part about attending the program.
    For more information or to sign your child up, please contact the program coordinator at wrightk@hssu.edu or 314-340-5053.

    You can visit the website at this link: http://www.hssu.edu/ae/aefiles/34/Verizon%20Academic%20Year%20Application%208-31-17.pdf

    #hornetpride #hornetnation #hssu #summer #programs #stem #kids #learning #technology #science #math #engineering #africanamerican #hbcu

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • This Saturday, June 22, is the last day to sign up in advance and pay only $20.

    Better yourself and get active while contributing to a cause to help youth better themselves!

    #hssu #hornetnation #hornetpride #hbcu #health #wellness #scholarship

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
1 week
  • #Thingsyouprobablydidntknowaboutharrisstowe

    You probably didn’t know that Harris-Stowe State University hosts several summer programs, not just for current students to participate in, but also prospective students and even children.

    The Verizon Innovative Learning Program for Minority Males is one of multiple summer STEM programs the university hosts.

    Since 2016, this opportunity has provided middle-schoolers from the St. Louis City and County School Districts access to high-level technology. This includes virtual reality, coding, robotics and 3D design, and entrepreneurship.

    The program includes hands-on, interactive instruction and exposure to STEM-related careers.

    During the summer, students attend a three-week STEM boot camp at Harris-Stowe State University’s campus.

    However the learning continues throughout the academic year, because these scholars attend a monthly Saturday academy after the academic school year resumes as well.

    Harris-Stowe State University is one of 24 HBCUs and HSIs nationwide in this important initiative.

    This free STEM program takes place year round, right here on campus.

    For more information or to sign your child up, please contact the program coordinator at wrightk@hssu.edu or 314-340-5053.

    You can visit the website at this link: http://www.hssu.edu/ae/aefiles/34/Verizon%20Academic%20Year%20Application%208-31-17.pdf

    #hornetpride #hornetnation #hssu #summer #programs #stem #kids #learning #technology #science #math #engineering #africanamerican #hbcu

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #PEOPLEOFHSSU

    Click and watch to find out why Nakeyah Bradford chose Harris-Stowe State University!

    Bradford is an Admissions Counselor at HSSU and a proud alum.

    “It is my duty to inform students about the wonderful opportunities that they can partake in at this institution. One way I am able to do this is through fun events such as Stem Day and STL Signing Day,” Bradford said.

    Comment who you think should be featured next on #PeopleOfHssu.

    #hornetpride🐝 #hssu #peopleofhssu #hornetnation🐝 #ilovemyhbcu #hssustaff #weloveouremployees

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
2 weeks
  • CONGRATULATIONS DR. WARMACK!

    Yesterday the Harris-Stowe State University Board of Regents announced that University President, Dr. Dwaun J. Warmack, is leaving the University to become President of another HBCU.

    “This was a difficult decision for me. Within the last five years, we have done some transformational work at HSSU, which has been recognized nationally. There is something special about the spirit found at this University. It is intense, real, sincere, authentic – and I have been proud to be a part of HSSU’s rich history. The dedicated faculty and staff who work here, and the students are second to none,” said President Warmack. “I can confidently leave knowing that HSSU is in great shape with a tremendous leadership team in place to continue our momentum, growth, and success.”

    Be assured that effective leadership will continue at our historic institution, as Provost Dr. Dwyane Smith will assume the role of interim president, effective August 1, until a full presidential search is completed.

    Read the full article: https://diverseeducation.com/article/147395/

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • Hello Hornets!

    Be sure to download the Harris-Stowe State University mobile app!

    MyHSSU, the university's official app, gives you the information you want most at your fingertips!

    It provides easy access to news, events, game scores, course information, grades and schedules.

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #HSSUSVERYOWN

    Congratulations to HSSU's Sports Information Director Ben Economon for being selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) as a recipient of CoSIDA Convention Attendance Grant.

    CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) is a 3,000+ member national organization comprised of the sports public relations, media relations and communications/information professionals throughout all levels of collegiate athletics in the United States and Canada.

    Economon is one of 22 recipients nationwide and one of only three recipients from the NAIA. He will be attending the CoSIDA National Convention in June.

    Each grant includes a complimentary convention registration, allowing the grant funds to go toward hotel nights, transportation and per diem.

    Recipients can also use the funds to register for the SIDEARM Leadership Forum by Learfield IMG College or the CoSIDA U camp.

    As part of receiving the grant, Economon will help CoSIDA’s Convention Operations Committee with on-site duties and provide written reviews of their experience following the convention.

    Congratulations again!

    It’s a great day to be a hornet 🐝

    #hssu #hornetpride #hornetnation #hornetemployees #weloveouremployees #congratulations

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #PEOPLEOFHSSU

    This week we are featuring Chicana Cook, a Computer Technologist at Harris-Stowe State University.

    Cook has been a HSSU employee for 10 years, but she has been affiliated with the university for 14 years.

    Cook is also a HSSU Alum! She graduated from HSSU in 2008.

    “I was offered a position after I graduated, I accepted and I’ve been here every since,” Cook said.

    As a proud Alum, not only is she passionate about the school, but about the students as well.

    “My passion is the students, the students are who gives me the drive. I try to push them to go get whatever their hearts desire,” Cook said. “These are my babies, I’ve gained a lot of babies since I’ve been here. My door is always open to those who want to talk.”

    #hssu #peopleofhssu #hbcu #hornetnation #hornetpride #hbcuwomen

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #HSSUSVERYOWN

    Congratulations to HSSU’s very own Athletic Director Dorianne Johnson for being selected by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA).

    She is a recipient of the NACDA Foundation Professional Developmental Grant.

    NACDA, now in its 54th year, is the professional and educational association for more than 15,700 college athletics administrators at more than 1,700 institutions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.

    Johnson was one of fifty athletics directors nationwide to be chosen for this grant and will be attending the NACDA National Convention in June.

    The Professional Development Grant seeks athletics directors who desire to further advance their collegiate administrative career and create valuable networking/educational opportunities with numerous collegiate athletics administrators.

    Congratulations again!

    It’s a great day to be a hornet 🐝
    #hssu #hornetpride #hornetnation #hornetemployees #weloveouremployees #congratulations

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
3 weeks
  • HAPPENING NOW: 💼

    Lacy Clay is currently hosting the 14th Annual Career Fair at Harris-Stowe State University.

    The gym is currently filled with job seekers and over 100 employers including but not limited to HSSU, SSM Health, St. Louis Community Credit Union, Wells Fargo Advisors, AAA, St. Louis Public Schools, iHeart Media, Radio One, Missouri State Highway Patrol, Urban Leauge and more!

    So many opportunities await, so grab your resume, dress professionally and come put your best foot forward.

    The career fair is already in progress and ends at 2:30 p.m.

    The fair is at HSSU’s Emerson Physical Education and Performing Arts Center on Laclede Avenue.

    Good luck!

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #FlashbackFriday🔙

    All this talk about HSSU’s 2019 Homecoming is a great reason to post a throwback from HSSU’s 2018 Homecoming.

    The picture features some of our amazing HSSU staff members along with HSSU’s President, Dr. Warmack, representing for their sororities and fraternities.

    If you have any ideas, suggestions, feedback from last year or input you would like to give in regards to HSSU’s 2019 Homecoming, please email studentengagement@hssu.edu.

    You can also attend the Homecoming meetings throughout the summer, the next one is June 12th at 10 a.m.

    Let’s work together to make this the best homecoming yet!

    #hssu #hornetnation #hornetpride #hbcu #weloveouremployees #divine9 #greek #deltasigmatheta #sigmagammarho #kappaalphapsi #alphaphialpha #omegapsiphi

Harris–Stowe State University
Harris–Stowe State University
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  • #ThingsYouProbablyDidntKnowAboutHarrisStowe 🐝

    You probably didn’t know that when you choose Harris-Stowe State University we place a strong emphasis on helping our students achieve their career goals.

    We have amazing career engagement counselors who have access to the latest career matching technology.

    They are dedicated to ensuring students and alumni find and excel at the perfect job or internship.

    For more information contact careerengagement@hssu.edu.

    #hornetnation #hornetpride #hssu #hssualum #employmentopportunities #recentgraduates #hbcu #success #thingsyouprobablydidntknowaboutharrisstowe

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