Year: 2020

Honors College New Inductees, Fall 2020

The Chowan University Honors College will induct new members in October. They are: Bricen Andreasen Michael Bailey Icez Barnett Lanequa Bennett Adasia Boone Leia Cabradillia Harley Cox Dawson Cox Cade Cradlebaugh Tamara Davis Lillian DeLucca Cristina Flores Brian Garcia-Diaz Leah Hansley Avante Hobbs Brinna Houlahan Victoria Isler Alec Jackson Regan Jackson Logan Jeffrey Santino Jose […]

COVID19 Update XXIX – September 30, 5:00 pm

Today NC Governor Roy Cooper “North Carolina will ease cautiously some restrictions while continuing safety measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 as the state’s metrics remained stable in September.”  The state will move into phase III begins Oct. 2 at 5 p.m. and continues for three weeks through October 23. The full release can […]

Chowan University Approved for Master of Arts in Teaching

Beginning spring 2021, Chowan University will offer an online Master of Arts in Teaching with two specializations: 1) Elementary Education and 2) Secondary Education (Social Studies, Mathematics, English, and Comprehensive Science). The new program was approved this week by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).  Chowan University's Master of Arts […]

Chowan University Hosts Virtual Taylor Religious Heritage Lecture

Chowan Alumni, Dr. Maurice Fluitt ‘09, and Rev. Craig Janney ‘04 were the featured lecturers of this year’s Taylor Religious Heritage lecture series. This endowed lectureship was established in 1994 by Rev. Dr. R. Hargus and Mrs. Doris T. Taylor for the Chowan University community. Rev. Mari Wiles, Minister to the University, introduced the series. […]

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society Tapped Ten students for Membership

The Chowan Chapter of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society for first-year students tapped ten students for membership. They are: Michael Bailey Damariae Brown Asuntha Fleming Victoria Isler Zykwan McQuillan Talat Muhammad Brandon Murphy Kayla Nesby Jeremiah Smith Sydney Thompson Alpha Lambda Delta was founded in 1924 by Maria Leonard, the Dean of Women at the […]

Chowan University – University Graphic Services Announced As Award Winner in the 2019 PICA Awards

Charlotte, NC — The Printing Industry of the Carolinas (PICA) has announced that Chowan University – University Graphic Services of Murfreesboro is an award winner in the 2019 PICA Awards Competition. The announcement was made September 23, 2020, during the 2019 PICA Awards Banquet in Charlotte, North Carolina. The PICA Awards competition is celebrating its 54th season […]

Alpha Chi Honor Society Tapped Forty-three Students for Membership

The North Carolina Phi Chapter of the Alpha Chi Honor Society tapped forty-three students for membership. They are: Jean Ahoume Jah'Keria Bagby Cassie Bartell Megan Bess Tyler Bray Christopher Brooks Jordan Brown Brianna Bucksell Jeleah Delancy Kimberly Evans Raydarius Freeman Jenna Grim Jeffrey Hiner Hailey Hudson Alana Hull Brooklynne Johnson Ahmeika Jones Ginger Jordan David […]

Pi Gamma Mu Tapped Thirty-eight Students for Membership

Pi Gamma Mu, the international honor society in the social sciences, tapped thirty-eight students for membership. They are: Grace Arredondo Keonna Barnard Cassie Bartell Zouhair Bettache Kiana Bowditch Christopher Brooks Brianna Bucksell Noah Cartwright Samantha Chappell Brianna Copeland Kymia Council Jackson Downs Miyah Eley Keith Evans Raydarius Freeman Sydney Gavan Monterra Gibbs Bryson Gibson Jenna […]

Louise Curtis Gillespie Annual Scholarship Fund Provides Opportunities for Two Chowan Students

The Louise Curtis Gillespie Annual Scholarship Fund has been established by Curt and Linda Gillespie of  Naples, Florida and Blowing Rock, North Carolina to assist recipients in fulfilling their dreams of pursuing a career in medicine. The scholarship has been established to honor his parents and their devotion to service. The fact that Chowan has […]

Safely Serving Seniors

Chowan Campus Ministry kicked off the school year with its annual campus-wide ministry project. This popular event had to be reimagined, as the previous year involved students standing shoulder to shoulder assembling meal packets. The pandemic nixed this usual plan and left Minister to the University, Rev. Mari Wiles, challenged to find a safe way […]