We all know North Carolina A&T State (N.C. A&T) University is the No. 1 producer of African Americans with engineering degrees.
But did you know N.C. A&T clinched nominations in eleven categories for the 2018 Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Digest Awards?
Here’s why you should care.
In the eighth year of the HBCU Digest Awards gala, N.C. A&T have been nominated in the following categories:
- Best Marching Band
- Best Fine Arts Program
- Best Science, Technology, Engineer and Mathematics (STEM) Program
- Female Coach of the Year, Kim Terrell-Kearney, bowling
- Male Coach of the Year, Rod Broadway, football
- Best Women’s Team of the Year, basketball
- Best Men’s Team of the Year, football
- Female Faculty Member of the Year, Goldie Byrd, Ph.D.
- Male Faculty Member of the Year, Sung-Jin Cho, Ph.D.
- Male President of the Year, Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr.
- Historically Black College/University of the Year
According to HBCU Digest, winners are selected by a panel of past winners, journalists, HBCU executives, students and alumni.