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Former WSSU Great William “Bill” Hayes Selected for North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame
Trevin Q. Goodwin
 Former Winston-Salem State football coach and athletic director William “Bill” Hayes will have to make more room on an already crowded trophy case as he was among the fifteen 2018 inductees selected for the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame. Hayes earned the induction after a legendary coaching career that inc
Chowan Swimming Splits Tri-Meet On Road  Evann Carpenter
The Chowan Women's Swimming team split competition with St. Andrews and Barton in a tri-meet on Saturday afternoon.
Red Sox Legend Jim Rice Special Guest at NCCU First Pitch Dinner
Jonathan Duren
DURHAM, N.C. –
Boston Red Sox legend Jim Rice will be the special guest at the seventh annual North Carolina Central University First Pitch Dinner and Silent Auction on Saturday, Jan. 27, at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, North Carolina.  The fundraising event to benefit the NCCU baseball program will begin with a cocktail and meet-and-greet hour from 6:30-7:30 p.m., followed by a sit-down dinner     Sportsday 01.18.18

Coaches vs. Cancer initiative will cross all of the Hawks’ teams. G. STAN BRADLEY
The American Cancer Society of the Eastern Shore, headquartered in Salisbury, Md. is partnering with the University of Maryland Eastern Shore for the 2017-2018 athletic year. The two organizations will be driving a Coaches vs. Cancer awareness campaign on the 25th anniversary of the movement.    Sportsday

 
King day
It wasn't Mace's or the Rose Parade, more important to some a Martin King Day Parade where ordinary people,  possibly some of  those who walked those non-violent picket lines, celebrating  victory over home grown terrorist.  Video Report

           




 

Tomorrow Technology at NC. A&T today : GM Selects N.C. A&T for New Autonomous Vehicle Competition  Tonya Dixon

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University's, College of Engineering Kickoff the 3-Year GM AutoDrive Challenge “ Tuesday, Nov. 7, on the front lawn of McNair Hall. A&T was selected as one of eight North American universities that will compete in the General Motors three-year AutoDrive Challenge. The event showcased a Chevrolet
Bolt EV (provided by GM) as the vehicle platform. The team will transform, develop and demonstrate it as a fully autonomous passenger vehicle. 


The competition’s technical goal is to present the vehicle fully capable of navigating an urban driving course, in an automated driving mode (as described by predetermined definitions and standards) by year three of the challenge.  Greensboro, N.C. (April 10, 2017) -- The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) World Congress Experience, General Motors Co. (GM) and SAE International announced North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University one of eight North American universities that will compete in the upcoming AutoDrive Challenge. The new autonomous vehicle design competition is a three-year challenge to develop and demonstrate a fully autonomous passenger vehicle. The competition’s technical goal is navigating an urban driving course in an automated driving mode as described by SAE Standard (J3016) Level 4 definition by year three of the challenge. “The College of Engineering is very proud that our team has been selected for this competition.  I am very confident in the capabilities of the faculty team committed to the project, as their expertise in vehicle design and autonomy is why we chose to target this AutoChallenge,” said Robin Coger, dean of the College of Engineering. “Representatives from our faculty team are eager to move forward with the preparations necessary to ensure the team’s success.”   Autonomous Vehicle Competition