Banality of Evil : Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering located on bogus NCA&T/UNCG Joint Millennial Campus - Gateway University Research Park
Winter's here: "I-AM that I AM " ultimate father to all, rock of the disenfranchise,  said " (His) People Color of shall have opportunities beyond Sports & Entertainment". "All North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University has is a few degrees and a little farmland and they want to take that - defeat their plan." When I-AM wants to get in your face he sends "me" - Jesus - I knock on the devils door.  Through Creator I'm second in power everywhere.  I did not come to bring peace, but the sword.  Those who think they are first & their lawn jockeys will become the last.   I'll lock ass with Satan, alt-white, alt-black and everybody else.  The LORD'S armies are here at my command,  give them some work and we will laugh at your efforts for eon , eon and eons of time - Ha, Ha, Ha!!   Wingmen Gabriel & Michael  & Everybody else.

Notwithstanding NC A&T is  an education institution where 12, 000 plus undergraduate and graduate students tuition account for approximately 44% of University revenue. Chancellor Harold Martin
 Administration & Board of  Trustee 2019-2020 Strategic Priorities, consider  Student Success, wellness, engagement and career development as third place behind Doctoral/Research Mission of the institution,  and Community engagement and economic development. 
 Historically " I-AM" steps out of background into foreground on behalf of  enslaved people in the most powerful country at the time: African & Native American Lives Matter!!  
Winter's Here: They call themselves Tournament town- where's the tournament?


VIDEO: UNC System Interim President Bill Roper Issues Update on Coronavirus: Concern is warranted, panic is not.  

 JASON TYSON   Director of Media Relations  Photo courtesy UNC-GA

CHAPEL HILL, NC – UNC System Interim President Bill Roper has released the following video addressing the System’s response to the coronavirus: “Hello, everyone. I’m Bill Roper, Interim President of the UNC System. I’d like to take a moment to address a concern that is on everyone’s mind: COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.

As a physician, educator, parent, and former director of the CDC, I understand why the University community is anxious at this time.

Concern is warranted, panic is not.

Everyone should be vigilant and adopt tried and true practices for maintaining good health. Doing so will help minimize the impact of this virus.

Avoiding overreaction is also critical to our shared effort. The UNC System is consulting with public health officials to monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation and prepare for the likelihood that the virus will impact our institutions.

I have been working closely with a small coordinating group of university administrators and public health experts to help craft an informed approach.

Those who are most at risk of suffering serious health consequences from the virus are older adults and those with serious pre-existing respiratory problems.

Our universities remains open and will continue to deliver high-quality instruction for our students. At the same time, we are working to maximize our flexibility in how we deliver education and limit the potential impact of coronavirus at our institutions. At each UNC System institution, we are transitioning whenever possible from in-person teaching to alternative, online instruction.

UNC System institutions are thriving and supportive communities, ready to adapt quickly as circumstances evolve.

We remain focused on the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff, and the delivery of our core academic mission.”

Malcolm X : Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today. 
NCCU Student-Athletes Combine for 3.02 GPA

Kyle Serba  Picture Courtesy NCCU
DURHAM, N.C. – At the conclusion of the fall 2019 semester, North Carolina Central University student-athletes now boast a 3.02 cumulative grade point average.  Out of more than 320 student-athletes representing the NCCU Department of Athletics, 173 (53.7%) have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.  Thirty-seven NCCU student-athletes earned a perfect 4.0 GPA during the fall 2019 semester, while 15 student-athletes have maintained an unblemished 4.0 cumulative GPA.

Kyle Serba
Senior Associate Athletics Director for Strategic Communications
North Carolina Central University


The Negative Impact of Racism on the self-esteem and well being of African-American Women - Senior Blondina Friday -  NC A&T Undergraduate Research 
They say we are loud and have an attitude. If all the things that happen to us happen to you,  you'd have an attitude too.   Video Report
 N.C. A&T Announces New Athletics Affiliation: Big South Conference

How many members of  NC A&T Board of Trustees does it take to change a light bulb?

NC A&T official website says "N.C. A&T Announces New Athletics Affiliation: Big South Conference". Stating   N.C. A&T Board of Trustees voted to switch athletic conferences from the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) to the Big South on Friday morning (02/06/20), just prior to the press conference, acting on a study and recommendation from its Athletic Conference Assessment Committee.

The committee completed its study and approved the recommendation on Tuesday.  “As our committee did its due diligence over the past year, the opportunities to positively impact the lives of our student athletes and the financial health of athletics became increasingly clear and detailed,” said A&T trustee and ACAC Committee Chair Timothy King. “In the end, we had compelling answers to all our questions, making our choice straightforward.” *

NC A&T document [ Meetings and Communications] distributed at the University  July 2019 Retreat does not indicated NC A&T Board of Trustees created an Athletic Conference Assessment Committee (ACAC).  Furthermore I did not located references to meetings of the ACAC in BOT Agenda items and minutes for NCA&T Board of  Trustees this pass year or any other year.  Athletics at the Board of  Trustees (BOT) level report to University Affairs Committee (UAC).

NC A&T Athletic Director Earl Hilton presented on February 22, 2019 (the second Regular Schedule NC A&T Board of Trustees Meeting) Institutional Oversight of Intercollegiate Athletics Report to the Board of Trustees University Affairs Committee whose graphics, charts, text and presentation did not indicate the existence of  an alleged ACAC.

If an ACAC existed NC Open Meeting Laws may have required Public Notice of alleged ACAC Tuesday meeting:

 The UNC Board of Governors Committee on University Governance will hold a special called meeting at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, February 5, 2020, (emphasis added) in Room 128 of the Center for School Leadership Development, located at 140 Friday Center Drive in Chapel Hill, NC. The purpose of the meeting will be to consider complaints and potential sanctions under Section 200.7 of the UNC Policy Manual involving members of the ECU Board of Trustees. Please note that some items may be considered in closed session under the provisions of the Open Meetings Law.   Material
JASON TYSON Director of Media Relations University of North Carolina System. 

The UNC Board of Governors will meet in special session at 10 a.m. on Friday, February 7, 2020
(emphasis added) in the Board Room of the Center for School Leadership Development, located at 140 Friday
Center Drive in Chapel Hill, NC. The purpose of the meeting will be to receive and act upon the
report and recommendations from the Committee on University Governance regarding complaints
considered by the committee on February 5, 2020, under Section 200.7 of the UNC Policy Manual
involving members of the ECU Board of Trustees. Please note that some items may be considered
in closed session under the provisions of the Open Meetings Law.  Material

 JASON TYSON Director of Media Relations University of North Carolina System. 

Affiliate Black Triad News is on NCA&T BOT media list and did not received Public Notice of alleged (ACAC) Tuesday meeting , non-compliant with NC Open Meeting Laws.

  The public has a right to see a meeting agenda and accompanying handouts (except exempted materials, such as attorney-client communications, etc.) as soon as they are created. Officials  cannot delay release of meeting materials until after they are sent to members of the public body or some other more  convenient or advantageous time.
Source: NCA&T Open Meetings and Public Records.pdf
Alleged ACAC Report and Recommendation are not available on the university website at this writing and has not been provided pursuant Public Record Request. 02.24.20

* N.C. A&T Announces New Athletics Affiliation: Big South Conference,  NCAT.Edu 02/06/2020 Athletics