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In addition to #pridemonth 🏳️‍🌈, #june is #myastheniagravis awareness month. Bringing attention to MG is vital in order to continue to advance our ability to defeat this #raredisease. There isn’t a finer or stronger group of people in the world than these patients. I’d like to send a message to all of the MG patients, family members, caregivers, and friends: You’re never alone and I couldn’t be prouder to dedicate my life’s work to you. Thank you all. Now let’s crush this monster. #myasthenia #mgawareness #autoimmunedisease #neurology #Saturday #nyc #newyork #ny #manhattan #health #Wellness #medicine #medical #doctor #neurology #science #research #miasteniagravis #community #pride #lgbt #family #teamwork #service #future #nevergiveup @myastheniaorg @hudson_medical @hudsonwellness

In addition to #pridemonth 🏳️‍🌈, #june is #myastheniagravis awareness month. Bringing attention to MG is vital in order to continue to advance our ability to defeat this #raredisease. There isn’t a finer or stronger group of people in the world than these patients. I’d like to send a message to all of the MG patients, family members, caregivers, and friends: You’re never alone and I couldn’t be prouder to dedicate my life’s work to you. Thank you all. Now let’s crush this monster. #myasthenia #mgawareness #autoimmunedisease #neurology #Saturday #nyc #newyork #ny #manhattan #health #Wellness #medicine #medical #doctor #neurology #science #research #miasteniagravis #community #pride #lgbt #family #teamwork #service #future #nevergiveup @myastheniaorg @hudson_medical @hudsonwellness

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HSSU Faculty & Staff are celebrating the start of a new semester with a BBQ luncheon after the Faculty & Staff Institute.

SAVE THE DATE for FRIDAY, August 30 at 10 a.m. HSSU will be officially welcoming the class of 2023 as we host our Rite of Passage Ceremony and Fall Convocation. Business attire is required for first year scholars. Family and friends are invited. We hope to see you there!

The big day is almost here, Freshman Move-in Day! We can't wait to see all of you tomorrow! If you're class of 2023 comment a hornet under this post, all other HSSU students, comment what year you graduate and represent your class!🐝

IT'S MOVE IN DAY! We can't wait to welcome all of our new students on to campus. It's such a great day to be a hornet! 🐝

Good morning Hornets! Class of 2023 is officially here! This morning they are signing their HSSU Commitment Banner, which serves as a commitment to graduate. Welcome again hornets, we’re looking forward to a great year! 🐝

#ThingsYouProbablyDidntknowAboutHarrisStowe You probably didn't know that six of our faculty members were promotion and tenure recipients within the last year. Congratulations Dr. Eisel, Dr. Jones, Dr. Higgs, Dr. Kant, Dr. Weatherford-Jacobs and Dr. Roy Stewart! #hornetnation🐝

Here’s a recap of HSSU’s 2019 Move-In Day! For more information about the event and to watch the full video, go to Harris-Stowe State University’s Facebook page or check it out on HSSU’s YouTube channel: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EX42MvPsRoQ Watch the full video, you may see your org, someone you know or even yourself! #hornetnation #hornetpride #hssuismyhbcu #DestinationGraduation

Come out and join the conversation to make sure that this homecoming is one you'll never forget!

Faculty and staff prepare to kick off the new school year From the interim president’s “State of the University Address,” to a talk about mental health and trauma on campus, speakers delivered presentations to get everyone energized at this year’s Faculty and Staff Institute. “I’m honored, thrilled and really humbled to serve as interim president for Harris-Stowe State University,” said Dr. Dwayne Smith. Dr. Smith went over the priorities for the year in his presentation. One of the top priorities for this academic year is to grow enrollment and establish online and graduate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences, the Anheuser-Busch School of Business and the College of Education. Another priority is to address infrastructure issues to improve the functionality of campus spaces and services. “One of the main focuses for this year will to be to see what Harris-Stowe is doing to transform lives through education, since it is key,” Smith said. The theme for this school year is “Destination Graduation,” which was inspired by Dr. Smith’s personal story. Dr. Smith shared his first-year college experience, which included connecting with the university’s culture and ultimately graduating with a full-time staff job. Missouri Commissioner of Higher Education, Zora Mulligan, talked about capital funding for the university. Historically, African Americans have been at a disadvantage with securing capital for businesses and organizations. Mulligan said that both Harris-Stowe and Lincoln University submitted notable applications. “The students at Harris-Stowe deserve to live and learn just like every other student at other universities,” Mulligan said. According to Mulligan, the Fast Track Workforce Incentive Grant is a program where HSSU students will be able to use for a free college education. The major qualifications for the grant are to be age 25 or older, attend a public college or university and complete a two-year degree in a high-demand occupation. “First-generation college students need more access to resources in order to succeed as opposed to those with access to what they need for school,” Mulligan said. Read the full story on HSSU'S Facebook page

‪HAPPY MONDAY HORNETS ! ‬ ‪Welcome back and we hope you all have a great first day of classes and an amazing year!🐝‬

Join HSSU's College of Education this evening at 5 p.m. for an Informational Meeting and a sweet treat. The meeting is for ALL Education Majors and Prospective Education Majors. It will be held in the ECDC in room 204.

HSSU ALUM UPDATE We love when our HSSU Alum stays in contact and reaches out with good news. Pictured is Lamarco Aikens, a 2018 HSSU alum with a Bachelors of Science in Education. His major was Educational Studies with an emphasis in Psychology. He is currently working as a College Advisor at Southeast High School in Kansas City, MO through the Missouri College Advising Corps. In this role, he is, "Promoting the college going culture while still encouraging students to trust the process,"Aikens said. Congratulations Mr. Aikens! We are so proud of your accomplishments! #hssu #hssualum #hssualumni #alumni #hornetpride #hornetnation #HSSUALUMUPDATE🐝

Do you have a long day of classes today? Well here's something to look forward to. Be sure to stop by the Academic Resource Center for a 'Taste of Midtown.' Come enjoy some of STL's most popular foods today from 4-6 p.m.

DON'T FORGET TO COME OUT THIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 30 AT 10 A.M. FOR THE RITE OF PASSAGE CEREMONY AND CONVOCATION. This invite is not only for class of 2023, but HSSU is extending an invitation to ALL students, faculty, staff and community members. So be sure to swing by and support!

Hey Hornets!🐝 We want you have a fun and SAFE semester here at HSSU, so be sure to read over these safety tips provided by Public Safety ASAP. If you haven't already, make sure you get a parking pass and sign up for campus alerts. You can contact Public Safety at 314-340-3333.

PEOPLE OF HSSU This week we are featuring Ramya Beuford, a junior at Harris-Stowe State University who is majoring in Biology. One thing she loves about Harris-Stowe is that there are so many opportunities. “Harris-Stowe State University is definitely a hidden gem and so many opportunities have come about," Beuford said. "I’ve been to two NSF hosted research conferences and presented many times on various occasions. I just came back from Senegal, Africa from the six week study abroad program we have here." Beuford is a member of the Honors College, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Incorporated, a MoLSAMP student and a mentor in the peer mentoring program here at HSSU. "My favorite memory of Harris-Stowe so far would have to be my first quad party, everyone was together and just having a wonderful time," Beuford said. "Harris Stowe literally came into my life and all it took for me was one visit to the school, and I was locked in.” #hssu #PEOPLEOFHSSU #hornetpride #hornetnation #hbcuwomen

On Wednesdays we wear business attire. Our hornets are looking great on this Dress for Success Wednesday!

#ThingsYouProbablyDidntknowAboutHarrisStowe You probably didn't know an Office of STEM Initiatives has been created to expand opportunities in STEM and will include the new NSF $2.25 million grant. The College of Arts & Sciences has generated over $7,772,680 in grants since 2014.

GET ACTIVE! Join Nurse Sullivan and Student Affairs every Tuesday in the DJW Conference Area's Dance Studio from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. The first class is September 3 and the best part is, IT'S FREE! See you there!

Happy Labor Day Hornets! Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!

HSSU would like to thank everyone who helped make Rites of Passage a huge success and all those who attended. The ceremony served as the official induction of the Class of 2023 into HSSU. This annual tradition serves as a significant milestone in each new scholar’s academic journey. The program consisted of several speakers encouraging students to soak up everything the HSSU campus has to offer during their college journey. During Smith’s presentation, he provided facts about what makes the Class of 2023 so special, including how this class as a collective came to HSSU from 195 high schools located in 16 states and 7 countries. 47 percent of the Class of 2023 came to HSSU with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

COME WATCH HSSU FACE OFF AGAINST LU. BUY YOUR TICKETS TO THE SHOW ME STATE CLASSIC BASKETBALL GAME TODAY! WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! $30 FOR 3 EVENTS, BUY NOW AT: www.hssu.edu/showmeclassic We'll see you Friday, Nov. 22 at the Chaifetz Arena. It's a great day to be a Hornet! 🐝

Harris-Stowe State University extends heartfelt thoughts and prayers to our Bahamian students, families and all those affected by Hurricane Dorian.

BUY YOUR TICKETS TO THE Show-Me State Basketball Classic TODAY! The Show-Me State Classic (SMC) will take place at the Chaifetz Arena on Friday, November 22. The game will feature the Harris-Stowe State University Hornets vs. the Lincoln University Blue Tigers at 6 p.m. Harris-Stowe Athletic Director Dorianne Johnson said, “We are excited to be participating in the Show Me Classic against Lincoln University.” The highly anticipated contest between the only two HBCU's in Missouri dates back to the 1980-81 season. The teams have met several times since the initial contest, but this year's matchup is the fourth to engage students, alumni and the greater St. Louis community to this magnitude. This year’s classic is organized by BCSG 360 and will take place as part of the events and activities of the St. Louis Heritage Football Classic (November 23, 2019, at The Dome at America’s Center-Lincoln University vs. Kentucky State University). As a result, the Show Me Classic will feature a Battle of the Bands post-game event. The organization is currently offering a Win-Win Promo (limited time online pre-sale ticket campaign). Tickets are $30 each. A $30 ticket will provide admission to the Show-Me Classic basketball game, the Battle of the Bands on Friday and the St. Louis Heritage Football Classic on Saturday. Harris-Stowe State University has been allotted 2,000 Win-Win Promo tickets; for every ticket, sold $10 goes to Harris-Stowe State University. Help Harris-Stowe State raise $20,000! Tickets can be purchased at https://bit.ly/2zCTVlz

PEOPLE OF HSSU This week we are featuring Malik Singleton, a sophomore at Harris-Stowe State University who is majoring in Business Marketing. One thing he loves about Harris-Stowe is the opportunities he's able to take advantage of and the caring staff. “I love my institution because if the resources people here who invest into me from the office of Academic success to Financial aid office even the Admission staff," Singleton said. They go above and beyond for me to make sure I am successful during my time here at Harris-Stowe." Singleton serves as Mister Sophomore for the 2019-2020 academic school year. "I love it gives me leverage to grow my platform and become a better leader," Singleton said. "I get exposed to so many great things at HSSU. I am so blessed to attend this HBCU!" Singleton is also an Award Winning Radio host/Producer. #hssu #PEOPLEOFHSSU #hornetpride #hornetnation #hbcuwomen

#ThingsYouProbablyDidntknowAboutHarrisStowe You probably didn't know how highly HSSU was ranked in the Washington Monthly 2019 College Rankings, Diverse Issues in Higher Education and Niche Rankings 2018 in areas like education, affordability and location. Check it out!

Sign up and grab your ticket to HSSU Night at the CIty Museum on September 9th at 5:30 p.m. Just email retention@hssu.edu. Transportation will be provided.

COME WATCH HSSU FACE OFF AGAINST LU. BUY YOUR TICKETS TO THE SHOW ME STATE CLASSIC BASKETBALL GAME TODAY! WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! $30 FOR 3 EVENTS, BUY NOW AT: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/NjMwMDA… We'll see you Friday, Nov. 22 at the Chaifetz Arena. It's a great day to be a Hornet! 🐝

HAPPENING NOW: Speakers are giving presentations on an array of topics during the Africans Rising Together 2063 Symposium. Throughout the symposium the speakers will be discussing 9 mountains that transform society. For more information or to find out when and where the next symposium is email ART2063.US@GMAIL.COM or visit WWW.ART2063.ORG.

Step out of your comfort zone and try out to be a honeycomb! The dance clinic will be September 7 at 9 a.m. in the Dr. Warmack Multi Purpose Room. We'll see you tomorrow!

HSSU ALUM UPDATE We love when our HSSU Alum stays in contact and reaches out with good news. Pictured is Michale Ward, a 2015 HSSU alum with a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education. After graduating from HSSU, she went on to obtain two master's degrees from Lindenwood University. Ward was recently featured in the St. Louis American as a classroom highlight. She is currently working as a fifth grade teacher in Riverview Gardens School District. You can check out the highlight at this link: https://bit.ly/34oPKYL Congratulations Ms. Ward! We are so proud of your accomplishments! #hssu #hssualum #hssualumni #alumni #hornetpride #hornetnation #HSSUALUMUPDATE🐝

Congratulations to Anthoni Gatlin on being recognized for his outstanding work order production in August. Gatlin works in Harris-Stowe State University's maintenance department. Congratulations again Mr. Gatlin!

In celebration of Harris-Stowe State University's (HSSU) Homecoming Week 2019, Alumni Relations in partnership with the HSSU Alumni Association, invites you to the "2019 Harris-Stowe State University (HSSU) Outstanding Alumni Leader Under 40 Awards Program." The 2019 Under 40 Honorees are: Dr. Janae Alfred, Ms. Ashely Byington, Ms. Gwendolyn Cook, Mr. David Estes, Mr. Kalifa Gray, Ms. Rashidah Ivory, Mr. Quinton R. Jackson (posthumously), Ms. Jazzmine Nolan, Mr. Cornelius Robinson, Ms. Nia Smith, Atty. Stacy Shaw, Ms. Brianna Taylor, Mr. Jonathan Thomas, Mr. William Brion F. Whigham, Mr. Roy Whitley, Ms. Ribbon Williams, Sir Ervin J. Williams III, and Mr. Aaron Willis. Tickets are only $65. Proceeds from the event will be used for student scholarships. For more information call 314-340-5754.

The ARC is now offering Tuesday workshops on valuable topics such as time management, organization, mental health and more. The workshops start TOMORROW and will be held Tuesday, September 10, 17 and 24! Make sure you take advantage of this valuable resource.

Interim Harris-Stowe State University president, Dr. Dwayne Smith visited with NGA Director Vice Adm. Sharp today to discuss student opportunities and academic partnerships today. It's a great day to be a hornet!

SIUE's Professor of Political Science, Andrew Theising is hosting an event at Harris-Stowe State University's Library Seminar room on Fri. September 13 at 3:30 p.m. He will be discussing reparations for slavery. Come check it out! Light refreshments will be served.

All HSSU students are invited to Professional Development Day on Sat., Sept. 14 at 10 a.m. to prepare students for the Internship and Networking Fair. Wear Business Casual attire. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/2Q0it2O then email resumes to Boeing BBEA: bbeastl@exchange.boeing.com

COME WATCH HSSU FACE OFF AGAINST LU. BUY YOUR TICKETS TO THE SHOW ME STATE CLASSIC BASKETBALL GAME TODAY! WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! $30 FOR 3 EVENTS, BUY NOW AT: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/NjMwMDA… We'll see you Friday, Nov. 22 at the Chaifetz Arena. It's a great day to be a Hornet! 🐝