Frank Stephenson, who is Chowan University’s Director of Upward Bound, was presented with the 2015 Christopher Crittenden Memorial Award by the North Carolina Literary and Historical Society. The award is presented annually to a person who has advanced North Carolina History.
One of my favorite Chowan days each year is the Sunday before Thanksgiving. On that evening, the annual Honors College Student Association Awards Dinner is held off campus. This year 122 students, administrators, staff, and faculty attended the dinner at John’s Seafood.
The end of the championship game of the 2015 Honors College Student Association Brown Lady Academic Bowl on Monday, November 30 brought elation to the unpopular Department of History team and its fans, which are non-existent, and total devastation to the Department of Biology and its fans, who fi
Retired Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent Brad Worrell, a native of Franklin, Virginia, gave advice to Chowan University's criminal justice majors on joining the agency, as well as sharing tales of his glory days as an undercover DEA agent in 1980’s Miami.
Crystal Sarnor, a junior biology major, completed a National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (NSF REU) at the Yale University School of Medicine in Summer 2015. She worked with Drs.