Smith University when tapped to lead her alma mater on an interim basis in 1994, rave reviews of her passion to propel JCSU to new heights led the search committee to declare that they had found in Yancy what they were looking for, and more.
Yancy's own life has been filled with many milestones: She was the first Black woman to helm JCSU, and previously she was the first to be promoted and tenured as a full professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Yancy will step down from the JCSU presidency this month, and in an interview with Diverse, she offers a retrospective on her 14-year tenure.
But what if JCSU
were straining to meet some national accountability standard that barely acknowledged its history, traditions and enrollment population?
Magdy Attia, project director and JCSU
department chair of computer science and engineering, collaborated with Lettington and the NASA Glenn Research Center to study and develop the PMMW imager.
She gained national attention for the technology program she initiated at JCSU
JCSU has six instructors to teach 13 courses offered during the first term.
So, I wouldn't be going to school if I wasn't in JCSU.
What are some of their greatest challenges, and what is JCSU doing to ensure that its students continue to excel despite the challenges?
Carter shares his business strategy for keeping JCSU competitive and innovative; he also shares his brutally honest assessment of the federal government's lack of support for HBCUs:
JCSU has used the funds to hire a campus case manager/community liaison and alcohol/drug abuse case manager for the Student Success Resiliency Program.
Cathy Jones, associate dean of first-year experience at JCSU.