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  • Biology Department Faculty - North Carolina A&T State University
    Office 8 Barnes Hall E mail gdgoins ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2191 Ecophysicology and Photosynthetic Electron Transport Science Education Dr Andrew Goliszek Associate Professor Office 21 Barnes Hall E mail goliszek ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2184 Stress Physiology Dr Jessica Han Assistant Professor Office 206 Barnes Hall E mail jhan ncat edu Telephone 336 285 4456 Complex Disease and Nutrition Dr Scott Harrison Assistant Professor Office 13 Barnes Hall E mail scotth ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2179 Computational Biology and Microbiology Dr Randall Hayes Assistant Professor Office 11 Barnes Hall E mail rdhayes ncat edu Telephone 336 285 4462 Neuroscience Dr Vinaya Kelkar Assistant Professor Office 19 Barnes Hall E mail vakelkar ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2183 Statistical Design Modeling and Analysis of Experimental and Observational Data Statistical Analysis of Gene Expression in Microarray Technology Educational Research Methods Dr Patrick Martin Associate Professor Office 300B Hines Hall E mail pmmartin ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2168 Molecular Biology of Brain Tumors Breast Cancers and Natural Products Research Dr Perpetua Muganda Professor Office 317 Hines Hall E mail pmmugand ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2190 Molecular Carcinogenesis Apoptosis and Cell Signaling Dr Robert Newman Assistant Professor Office 105 Barnes Hall E mail rhnewman ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2189 Toxicology Phosphorylation dependent Signaling Fluorescent Biosensor Development and Live Cell Imaging Dr Elimelda Ongeri Assistant Professor Office 215 Barnes Hall E mail eongeri ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2182 The Role of Meprins in Acute and Chronic Kidney Failure Mrs Cailisha L Petty Teacher Education Coordinator Office 26 Barnes Hall E mail mrspetty ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2174 African American Student Engagement in Science Education Dr Checo Rorie Assistant Professor Office 300A Barnes Hall E mail cjrorie ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2188 Cancer Biology Molecular Biology Dr Joseph Whittaker Associate Professor Office 213 Barnes Hall E mail whittjoe ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2167 Microbial Physiology and Genetics Dr Catherine White Associate Professor Office 24 Barnes Hall E mail cdwhite ncat edu Telephone 336 285 2192 Molecular Microbiology Genomics of Haemophilus ducreyii Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in research grant funding Webb Hall The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences SAES is the largest among the nation s HBCUs F D Bluford Library F D Bluford Library is one of the region s premier research libraries Engineering Professor and Student The MSIT Online Program in the School of Technology is nationally ranked by U S News World Report next prev Academic Excellence A T had ninety eight student athletes earn a cumulative 3 0 grade point average or higher

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  • Biology Department - North Carolina A&T State University
    336 334 7105 Country Code 011 Barnes Hall is on the northern part of the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University campus just south of the football stadium It is southeast on Sullivan Street from the intersection of Lindsay Street and Sullivan Street It is building 5 on the campus map http www ncat edu admissions undergraduate visit us map directions html or you can find its location at https plus google com 110338394189003866299 For contacting specific individuals within the department please visit our list of faculty Parking for visitors to campus the location of the North Carolina A T State University Parking Deck is at https plus google com 101356494669703845005 Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in research grant funding Webb Hall The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences SAES is the largest among the nation s HBCUs F D Bluford Library F D Bluford Library is one of the region s premier research libraries Engineering Professor and Student The MSIT Online Program in the School of Technology is nationally ranked by U S News World Report next prev Academic Excellence A T had ninety eight student athletes earn a cumulative 3 0 grade point average or higher for the 2011 2012 academic year Janay Ferrell Freshmen Janay Ferrell placed seventh at the Robert Shumke HBCU Classic Jarrell Elliott Track and Field sprinter Jarrell Elliott qualified for the Olympic trials Aggie Baseball

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  • Course Descriptions - North Carolina A&T State University
    also demonstrates the role of evolutionary biology in addressing the variety of phenomena observed in the organic world Prerequisites BIOL 102 BIOL 366 S BIOL 366 Principles of Genetics Credit 3 2 2 formerly BIOL 466 This course is a study of the traditional classical areas of genetics as well as an introduction to gene action at the molecular level including DNA and RNA structure function and interactions in cellular systems The laboratory features exercises with Drosophila Prerequisite BIOL 301 and CHEM 221 F BIOL 410 Ecology Formerly BIOL 310 Credit 3 3 0 This course surveys the major principles underlying the interactions between living organisms and their environment Both plant and animal examples will be used to illustrate the basic ecological processes Emphasis is placed on the characterization of different physical environments ecosystem processes such as ecological energetics and nutrient cycling and current organismal concepts of adaptation niche population dynamics life history phenomena organismal interactions and community organization Major environmental issues concerning humans and their cultures will also be presented Prerequisites BIOL 101 CHEM 107 and 117 F BIOL 450 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Credit 4 3 2 This course which provides a comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body with an emphasis on health and medical issues is designed for biology majors and or students preparing for careers in the health professions It will include an overview of organ systems basic chemical organization cell structure and function and tissues followed by the study of the skeletal muscular and nervous systems The laboratory includes studies of histology physiology experiments model studies computer simulations and multimedia presentations Open to biology majors or permission of the instructor Prerequisites BIOL 102 CHEM 107 F BIOL 451 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Credit 4 3 2 This course is a continuation of BIOL 450 and expands a comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body with an emphasis on health and medical issues Lecture topics include special senses the endocrine system cardiovascular and respiratory physiology immunity digestion nutrition and metabolism the urinary system and the male and female reproductive systems Laboratory work includes physiology experiments model studies computer simulations and multimedia presentations Prerequisites BIOL 450 S BIOL 468 Bioethics and Responsible Conduct in Science Credit 3 3 0 This is an interactive course that engages students in the analysis of contemporary issues at the interface of science and ethics It also covers policies and guidelines that are essential for the responsible conduct of biological and biomedical research Course sessions include discussion periods case studies lectures and presentations by guest speakers with expertise in the field Prerequisite Junior or senior standing F S BIOL 498 Independent Study Credit 1 0 2 Independent study under the direction of a faculty member The submission of a written report is required This course should be taken as a precursor to Undergraduate Research BIOL 499 by students who plan to conduct their research on campus Permission of instructor required F S BIOL 499 Undergraduate Research Credit 3 0 6 Biological research under the direction of a faculty member The research may be carried out in the department or as part of an internship in an off campus academic or industrial setting A written paper an abstract and an oral presentation open to the public are required Limited to Biology majors with a 3 0 GPA overall and in the major The student should register for the course the semester the research will be completed or in the fall for research done the previous summer Permission of instructor required F S BIOL 496 Senior Project Credit 3 2 2 formerly BIOL 501 This course will require that students develop an independent hypothesis based project in the area of biology Each student will be required to submit a written paper followed by a public defense of the research project Literature review experimental design hypothesis testing data analysis scientific writing and presentation will be major elements of the course Prerequisites Biology major senior classification F S BIOL 530 Plant Pathology Credit 4 2 4 This course is an introduction to the organisms and environmental conditions that cause disease in plants the disease cycle the effects of diseases on host plants the nature of plant resistance and strategies for controlling plant disease A survey of major pathogens and plant diseases with an emphasis on important agricultural and horticultural plants is included The laboratory emphasizes the identification of plant pathogens Prerequisite BIOL 240 DEMAND BIOL 561 Developmental Biology Credit 4 2 4 This course is an introduction to the cellular and molecular aspects of development in animal and plant systems Laboratory exercises provide an introduction to techniques in classical experimental embryology and modern developmental biology Prerequisites BIOL 401 260 BIOL 462 is recommended S BIOL 562 Cell and Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer Credit 4 2 4 This course is an introduction to the cellular and molecular aspects of cancer biology in humans This course will integrate basic scientific findings with clinical situations emphasizing the importance of basic research in understanding and combating cancer Laboratory exercises will provide an introduction to classical and innovative cell signaling techniques In addition to wet lab exercises novel case studies will be incorporated in order to strengthen critical thinking skills Prerequisites BIOL 301 BIOL 305 Advanced Undergraduate and Graduate Biology Course Descriptions BIOL 615 Principles of Virology Credit 3 3 0 This course is a study of viruses and their effects on living organisms Special emphasis will be placed on virus structure and classification virus replication viruses that infect bacteria plants and humans and strategies for preventing virus infections The contribution of viruses to the development of immunology biotechnology and other areas of science and the role of viruses in evolution the development of cancer and bioterrorism will be examined Prerequisites BIOL 101 BIOL 221 F BIOL 620 Food Microbiology Formerly BIOL 420 Credit 4 2 4 This is a survey of selected topics in food microbiology The course will

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  • Biology Department Events - North Carolina A&T State University
    pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 SPIRE Fellows Host Dr Mary Smith February 11 2015 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Kevin Louder Life Technologies Topic Gene Editing Technologies Host Dr Perpetua Muganda February 4 2015 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Sara Andres National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Topic Tetrameric Ctp1 Coordinates DNA Binding and Bridging in DNA Double Strand Break Repair Host Dr Misty Thomas January 30 2015 Friday 12 1 pm Seminar co hosted by Department and DORED Fort IRC Room 410 Dr Susan Sumner RTI International Topic Collaborative opportunities with the NIH Eastern Regional Metabolomics Research Center at RTI International Hosts Dr Robert Newman and Dr Elimelda Ongeri November 5 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Scott Harrison Department of Biology North Carolina A T State University Topic A Data Centric View of Genes Organisms and Coevolution Host Dr Elimelda Ongeri Octo ber 22 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Sada Boyd North Caroilna A T State University Topic Interactions Between Meprin Metalloproteases and Protein Kinase C Potential Role in Diabetic Nephropathy Hosts Dr Robert Newman and Dr Elimelda Ongeri October 15 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Wenhong Cao University of North Carolina Nutrition Research Institute Kannapolis NC Topic How Insulin and Macronutrients Work Together to Cause Insulin Resistance Host Dr Jian Han Octo ber 1 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Sherryl Broverman Duke University Topic Global Science Global Citizens international collaborative learning to deepen understanding Host Dr Kelsie Bernot September 24 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Pameeka Smith Pearson North Carolina A T State University Topic Ab1 Kinases and Their Role in Metastasis Host Dr Mary Smith September 17 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Debra Ragland University of Massachusetts Medical School Topic Structural Analyses of Accessory Mutations in HIV 1 Protease Host John Patterson September 10 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Theresa Duello University of Wisconsin Madison Topic Strategies for Admission to a Research One Institutions Host Dr Mary Smith September 3 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 100 Auditorium Dr Patrick Martin North Carolina A T State University Topic Overview of Biology Department Graduate Program August 27 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Jeff Barrick University of Texas at Austin Topic Engineering Microbial Evolvability to Improve Synthetic Biology Host Dr Robert Newman April 16 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Shyam Aravamudhan Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering Topic Nanobioelectronics Convergence of Microsystems Nanotechnology and Bioengineering Host Dr Elimelda Ongeri April 9 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Ricardo Parker National University Costa Mesa CA Topic TBA Host Dr Mary Smith April 2 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Akamu Jude Ewunkem EES Ph D Candidate Topic XCL1 is a Novel p53 Target Gene Mediating Apoptosis in Human Lymphoblasts Exposed to Diepoxybutane Host Dr Perpetua Muganda March 26 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Speaker and Topic TBA March 19 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Speaker and Topic TBA March 12 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Speaker and Topic TBA February 26 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Danielle Whittaker Michigan State University Topic Signaling with Symbionts Microbial Mediation of Avian Chemical Communication Host Dr Randall Hayes February 19 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Antonio Baines NC Central University Topic Oncogenes as Molecular Targets in Pancreatic Cancer Host Dr Catherine White February 12 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 SPIRE Fellows Topic TBA Host Dr Mary Smith February 5 2014 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Robert Newman North Carolina A T State University Topic New and Emerging Modes of Kinase Regulation Host Dr Perpetua Muganda January 17 2014 Friday 12 30 1 30 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Auditorium Dr Anton Weisstein Truman State University Topic An Extra Sense Learning Biology as a Quantitative Science November 20 2013 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Folker Meyer Argonne National Laboratory Topic Current Bioinformatics Challenges in Shotgun Metagenomics November 13 2013 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Isabelle Leduc University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Topic The multifunctional trimeric autotransporter adhesin of Haemophilus ducreyi DsrA defining yet another role in pathogenesis November 6 2013 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Shannon Jones SPIRE Fellow Topic The investigation of alveolar macrophage activation and dysfunction following smoke inhalation injury October 30 2013 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Michael Garcia University of Missouri Columbia Topic How to Build a Bigger Faster Axon October 24 2013 Thursday 5 30 6 30 pm Student Faculty Forum Barnes Hall Auditorium Bridging the Gap forum sponsored by the Tau Phi chapter of Beta Beta Beta Tri Beta Biological Honor Society October 23 2013 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Alexander Kinev Creative Scientist Inc and Dr Dora Il yasova School of Public Health Georgia State University The Use of Endothelial Progenitor Cells to Study the Population Response to Biohazards October 18 2013 Friday 11 30 am 1 30 pm Faculty Forum Barnes Hall Room 128 Dr Ellen Goldey Wofford College and PULSE Leadership Fellow Discussion on Inquiry based Learning and Assessment October 16 2013 Wednesday 12 1 pm Department Seminar Barnes Hall Room 224 Dr Shengmin Sang North Carolina A T State University Bioactive

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  • Faculty Publications - North Carolina A&T State University
    PA Knapp S Ryazanov AG Zack DJ Blackshaw S Pawson T Gingras AC Desiderio S Pandey A Turk BE Zhang J Zhu H Qian J Construction of human activity based phosphorylation networks Mol Syst Biol 2013 Feb 9 655 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 23549483 Fortune DA Lang R Cook S Byrd GS African Americans and Alzheimer s Disease Role of Health Educators in Addressing this Silent Epidemic American Journal of Health Studies 2013 28 3 http www va ajhs com 28 3 index aspx Zorko NA Bernot KM Whitman SP Siebenaler RF Ahmed EH Marcucci GG Yanes DA McConnell KK Mao C Kalu C Zhang X Jarjoura D Dorrance AM Heerema NA Lee BH Huang G Marcucci G Caligiuri MA Mll partial tandem duplication and Flt3 internal tandem duplication in a double knock in mouse recapitulates features of counterpart human acute myeloid leukemias Blood 2012 Aug 2 120 5 1130 6 co 1st authors http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 22674806 Zhang Y Yan X Sashida G Zhao X Rao Y Goyama S Whitman SP Zorko N Bernot K Conway RM Witte D Wang QF Tenen DG Xiao Z Marcucci G Mulloy JC Grimes HL Caligiuri MA Huang G Stress hematopoiesis reveals abnormal control of self renewal lineage bias and myeloid differentiation in Mll partial tandem duplication Mll PTD hematopoietic stem progenitor cells Blood 2012 Aug 2 120 5 1118 29 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 22740449 González IM Martin PM Burdsal C Sloan JL Mager S Harris T Sutherland AE Leucine and arginine regulate trophoblast motility through mTOR dependent and independent pathways in the preimplantation mouse embryo Dev Biol 2012 Jan 15 361 2 286 300 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 22056783 Ongeri EM Anyanwu O Reeves WB Bond JS Villin and actin in the mouse kidney brush border membrane bind to and are degraded by meprins an interaction that contributes to injury in ischemia reperfusion Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 2011 Oct 301 4 F871 82 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 21795642 Byrd GS Edwards CL Kelkar VA Phillips RG Byrd JR Pim Pong DS Starks TD Taylor AL Mckinley RE Li YJ Pericak Vance M Recruiting intergenerational African American males for biomedical research Studies a major research challenge J Natl Med Assoc 2011 Jun 103 6 480 7 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 21830630 Newman RH Fosbrink MD Zhang J Genetically encodable fluorescent biosensors for tracking signaling dynamics in living cells Chem Rev 2011 May 11 111 5 3614 66 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 21456512 Xu D Allsop SA Witherspoon SM Snider JL Yeh JJ Fiordalisi JJ White CD Williams D Cox AD Baines AT The oncogenic kinase Pim 1 is modulated by K Ras signaling and mediates transformed growth and radioresistance in human pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma cells Carcinogenesis 2011 Apr 32 4 488 95 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 21262926 Luckie D Harrison SH Ebert May D Model based reasoning using visual tools to reveal student learning Adv Physiol Educ 2011 Mar 35 1 59 67 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 21386003 Rajendran S Harrison SH Thomas RA Tucker JD The role of mitochondria in the radiation induced bystander effect in human lymphoblastoid cells Radiat Res 2011 Feb 175 2 159 71 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 21268709 Balagopalan L Ashwell BA Bernot KM Akpan IO Quasba N Barr VA Samelson LE Enhanced T cell signaling in cells bearing linker for activation of T cell LAT molecules resistant to ubiquitylation Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2011 Feb 15 108 7 2885 90 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 21282648 Han J Seaman WE Di X Wang W Willingham M Torti FM Torti SV Iron uptake mediated by binding of H ferritin to the TIM 2 receptor in mouse cells PLoS One 2011 6 8 e23800 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 21886823 Goins G Chen M White C Clemence D Redd T Kelkar V An initiative to broaden diversity in undergraduate biomathematics training CBE Life Sci Educ 2010 Fall 9 3 241 7 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 20810956 http www lifescied org content 9 3 241 full Shaffer CD Smith C Smith M Elgin SC The genomics education partnership successful integration of research into laboratory classes at a diverse group of undergraduate institutions CBE Life Sci Educ 2010 Spring 9 1 55 69 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 20194808 Yadavilli S Chen Z Albrecht T Muganda PM Mechanism of diepoxybutane induced p53 regulation in human cells J Biochem Mol Toxicol 2009 Nov Dec 23 6 373 86 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 20024960 Barr VA Bernot KM Shaffer MH Burkhardt JK Samelson LE Formation of STIM and Orai complexes puncta and distal caps Immunol Rev 2009 Sep 231 1 148 59 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 19754895 Isikhuemhen OS Mikiashvili NA Kelkar V Application of solid waste from anaerobic digestion of poultry litter in Agrocybe aegerita cultivation mushroom production lignocellulolytic enzymes activity and substrate utilization Biodegradation 2009 Jun 20 3 351 61 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 18982415 Gordon EJ Kelkar V Natural killer T cell facilitated engraftment of rat skin but not islet xenografts in mice Xenotransplantation 2009 May Jun 16 3 135 44 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 19566653 Saha S Harrison SH Chen JY Dissecting the human plasma proteome and inflammatory response biomarkers Proteomics 2009 Jan 9 2 470 84 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 19105179 Lopatto D Smith CD Smith M Elgin SC Undergraduate research Genomics Education Partnership Science 2008 Oct 31 322 5902 684 5 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 18974335 Huan T Sivachenko AY Harrison SH Chen JY ProteoLens a visual analytic tool for multi scale database driven biological network data mining BMC Bioinformatics 2008 Aug 12 9 Suppl 9 S5 http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed

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  • Undergraduate Research Programs - North Carolina A&T State University
    to strengthen the biomedical research training at institutions with significant enrollments of students from underrepresented groups https ncatmarc wikispaces com iBLEND ICUBED iGEM The Integrative B iomathematics L earning and Engagement N etwork for D iversity iBLEND project at North Carolina A T State University prepares students for graduate study at the interface of biology and mathematics The iBLEND project supplies both a physical and virtual intellectual setting where Students find a sense of identification belonging responsibility and achievement for leadership and service roles in biomathematical research careers The ICUBED I3 project introduces new areas of research to faculty and graduate students through their involvement with undergraduate research projects that focus on the emerging interdisciplinary field of systems biology ICUBED bridges together engineering and biology programs at North Carolina A T State University The iGEM project at A T is a synthetic biology student led initiatve where we seek to learn from and participate in the activities of the International Genetically Engineered Machines iGEM Foundation Synthetic biology is a helpful means to assess undergraduate learning relative to basic concepts comprehension discovery and integration of modern biology chemistry physics and mathematics http iblend wikispaces com Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in research grant funding Webb Hall The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences SAES is the largest among the nation s HBCUs F D Bluford Library F D Bluford Library is one of the

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  • Student Organizations - North Carolina A&T State University
    to fulfill its purpose to stimulate interest scholarly attainment and investigation in the biological sciences and to promote the dissemination of information and new interpretations among students of the life sciences Description of Beta Beta Beta Tri Beta Biological Honor Society Pre Professional Associations and Programs Information on pre medical and pre professional programs including the Minority Association of Pre medical Students MAPS and the ECU Brody School of Medicine Early Assurance Programs is available These programs are designed to help students learn about and pursue their professional interests Descriptions of Pre Professional Associations and Programs Additional Resources for Pre Professional Scholars Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in research grant funding Webb Hall The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences SAES is the largest among the nation s HBCUs F D Bluford Library F D Bluford Library is one of the region s premier research libraries Engineering Professor and Student The MSIT Online Program in the School of Technology is nationally ranked by U S News World Report next prev Academic Excellence A T had ninety eight student athletes earn a cumulative 3 0 grade point average or higher for the 2011 2012 academic year Janay Ferrell Freshmen Janay Ferrell placed seventh at the Robert Shumke HBCU Classic Jarrell Elliott Track and Field sprinter Jarrell Elliott qualified for the Olympic trials Aggie Baseball sliding to home Aggie baseball player Xavier Macklin was drafted

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