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What is Technology Transfer?

Technology transfer, or “tech transfer” is the process of applying academic research for public use and make it a viable product or service. (more…)

#MakerMondays Recap at the Library October 22nd

Here are some of the 3D Printers bringing students’ creation into reality during #MakerMondays at the James B. Duke Memorial Library October 22nd. (more…)

Get $5000, Make Charlotte Better

Emerging City Champions Program

Charles Thomas, Program Director at John S. and James L. Knight Foundation wants JCSU’s ideas on how to make Charlotte better! The Emerging City Champions program gives young innovators the tools to impact Charlotte. In addition to awarding $5000 for implementing the idea, they’re even paying for all travel expenses to the Emerging City Champions Studio in Toronto in late June! (more…)

Smith Institute Symposium

December 7th, as part of the multi-day Smith Institute Symposium, CMS students, HBCU faculty, and members of the community gathered to discuss characteristics that lead to success among black males. The conversation included a welcome by Dr. Ronald L. Carter, a moderated panel discussion, and table-top discussions with students about black male leadership. (more…)

An Evening with Ralph Groce

December 6th, students, community leaders and mentors engaged for An Evening with Ralph Groce. (more…)

Book Launch Celebrates Ten of Charlotte’s Change Makers

***Note: Symposium has been tentatively re-scheduled for the first week in December***Approximately 75 community members visited Johnson C. Smith University’s New Science Center Atrium, September 19th to celebrate ten of Charlotte’s change makers and the launch of the university’s latest book, Ten Men: Exploring the Passion and Progress of Black Men on Charlotte’s Historic West Side. (more…)

Ten Men Celebrates Life on Charlotte’s West Side

Charlotte, NC – September 19, 2017 at 5:30 pm, Johnson C. Smith University will commemorate the publication of its latest volume with a book launch and signing of Ten Men: Exploring the Passion and Progress of Black Men on Charlotte’s Historic West Side, an insightful oral history celebrating the lives of ten of Charlotte’s most dynamic change-agents working to strengthen one of Charlotte’s oldest African-American communities (pre-order the book here) (more…)

Students Present E-Portfolio Research

Students Develop Research-based E-Portfolio Career Template

Students at Johnson C. Smith University used data analysis to investigate, develop, and market a template for an e-portfolio to be used in their careers post-graduation. The tool would be used to accumulate accomplishments, credentials, and successes by all JCSU students across majors during the entirety of their college career and beyond.

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JCSU Hosts Startup Weekend, Offers Free Tickets

The Charlotte Startup Weekend will be this Saturday April 28-30th at Johnson C. Smith University. To claim your FREE ticket visit Charlotte Startup Weekend.  Use Discount Code “JCSU” to register.

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Undergraduate Research Week

Join us for a fun week of research activities as our campus celebrates the importance of research during the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Undergraduate Research Week 2017! (more…)