Convocation: Happy 150th Fayetteville State University!
Fayetteville State University Historical Programs
We are planning a celebration...be sure to join us during the 2017-2018 Academic Year as we honor our FSU ancestors and celebrate our future.
Historical Projects Committee:
Dr. Adegoke Ademiluy, email@example.com (Chair)
Dr. Stanley Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org (Co-Chair)
Dr. Kelli Cardenas Walsh, email@example.com (Co-Chair)
Dr. Linda Tomlinson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Jan Squire Whitfiled, email@example.com
Special Historical Projects:
9/14 - 10/14/17 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Civil Rights and FSU | A Historical Display
A visual display commemorating the Civil Rights Movement and its impact on Fayetteville State University and the local community.
Opening Sept 21 5-8 pm "A multi-media exhibition designed to celebrate the Sesquicentennial of Fayetteville State University with an education experience on the founding of the Howard School, using history, humanities and the arts. This exhibition will inform the public of the history of the founding of the institution, thereby filling in a missing narrative and knowledge of the black community in Fayetteville during the 19th Century. This is a moving exhibition and will be relocated to the Museum of the Cape Fear on February 3, 2018. Reception on Thursday, September 21, 2017, 5-8:00 p.m. Open to the Public.
Do you have pictures of FSU founders? have you ever seen images of all seven founders? currently only three (T. Lomas, A.J. Chesnutt, R. Simmons) of the seven have been photographically identified. If you have a lead on where we might have luck locating images of M. Leary, G. Grange(r), N. Carter, D. Bryant please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you attend the Newbold Teacher training school? We would love to have your rememberances and copy your photographs. Please contact Dr. Kelli Cardenas Walsh email@example.com or Nicholle Young firstname.lastname@example.org