President Payton reflects upon 28-year legacy, speaks of University's future
Asst. Professor Cynthia Lester desires to get more students involved in the field of research
Prof. Prakash, Plant Molecular Genetics, serves on the USDA’s Agricultural Biotechnology Advisory Committee
Tuskegee graduates largest number of black materials science and engineering Ph.D. students in U.S.
Tuskegee prepares students for leadership roles in society by developing superior technical, scientific and professional skills
Lonnie Johnson has won numerous honors for his success in inventing and entrepreneurship
Family of longtime professor, administrator, Walter Sapp establishes endowed cell biology scholarship
2010 Summer Cancer Research Training Program for undergraduate and graduate students
Tuskegee is among nation’s top producers of African-American baccalaureates in agriculture, biological sciences
The University has distinctive strengths in the sciences, architecture, business, engineering, health and other professions, all structured on solid foundations in the liberal arts.