2015 CIAA Football Championship Game
Saturday, November 14, 2015

The Game was a SIAC conference matchup between Miles College and host Tuskegee University in Tuskegee Alabama. MC Grant Bennett avenged
a 1st quarter Tuskegee rumble with a fumble when he picked up a Golden Tiger fumbled on a catch-run play and raced 58 yards for a touchdown. Place kicker Justin Madison hit the kick and the Golden Bears had bounced back from a 1st period 10 point deficit with 17 big points in the
2nd Tiger fumbled on a catch-run play and raced 58 yards for a touchdown. Place kicker Justin Madison hit the kick and the Golden Bears had bounced back from a 1st period 10 point deficit with 17 big points in the 2nd period to take a seven point lead into intermission. In the third period Miles College's Willie Byrd picked off a scrambling Kelvin Huff pass and raced 78 yards for a touchdown. Justin Madison kick extended Miles lead to 31 to 10 with 10 seconds left in the 3rd period. With preseason SIAC Offensive Player of the Year Kelvin Huff at the helm, the Golden Tigers drove 80 yards in 6 plays to score on a Huff keeper from three-yards out. The touchdown cut the deficit to 15 points, 31 to 16 at the 13:38 mark In the 4th period . Tuskegee would hit the PAT and added a field goal in the remaining time in the contest but when time expired the Golden Bears had best Golden Tigers 31 to 20. Can't touch this : Boasting an overall 3.5 grade point average the top shelf Miles College cheer squad strut their stuff at the MC vs. TU football game.


 Morgan State three points better than NC A&T on ESPNU

Morgan State QB Robert Council come from behind 32 yard, 4th period touchdown toss to Andrew King with 10 seconds left in the contest spoiled NC A&T Football return to ESPNU 21 to 18 with PAT..    MEAC Preseason
Offensive Player of the Year RB Mike Mayhew rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns.
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N.C. A&T to Hold Small Farms Week


A&T State University Farm (McConnell Road) was host for the annual

 

Guilford County Extension's and A&T Great Tomato Festival Saturday, July 26, 2014. Video

Small Farm Week  Video



N.C. A&T to Hold Science and Technology Week, March 13-17 : Cross Campus Collaboration Nets N.C. A&T $7.5 Million Contract with U.S. Dept. of Labor Joy Cook

Dr. Cameron Seay, in the College of Science and Technology,  Founder of  NCA&T Extreme IT :Cloud Computing ;Extreme ITT IBC Z computer (Main frame) academic rep.; Undergraduate Research Cloud Security. 
Department of Labor. The five-year contract, with a value of $7.5 million, will be utilized to increase the numbers of   underrepresented minorities and women in science,  The Division of Research and Economic Development (DORED) at North Carolina A&T State University in conjunction with Lead   Principal  Investigator  Dr. Cameron Seay,
 in the College of Science and Technology, has secured a federal contract through the U.S.  Department of Labor. The five-year contract, with a value of $7.5 million, will be utilized to increase the numbers of underrepresented minorities and women in science,  technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related fields. The contract will focus specifically on information technology as it relates to talent development for mainframe computers, on which the global economy depends.  The term “mainframe computer” is usually associated with the IBM Corporation. With the advent and wide availability of micro-computing in the 1980s and beyond, mainframes were targeted for extinction because of their immense size and cost.  While smaller computers with tremendous power have indeed revolutionized information technology, the heaviest input/output functions such as transaction processing, airline reservations and cellular signal routing are still left to the heavy lifters: mainframe computers. Although these big workhorses still play a vital role in the technology spectrum, the United States.