College Magazine ranks FAMU among top schools changing the world
According to College Magazine, Florida A&M University (FAMU) is among the top 10 historically Black colleges and universities in the nation whose programs and graduates are helping to change the world.
The publication cites the University’s impact through its cybersecurity programs and its recent grant from the National Science Foundation to help broaden the number of minorities in the science and technology fields. It also highlights FAMU’s recent installation of its first multicultural sorority and the University’s ability to produce innovative alumni such as Microsoft Chair John W. Thompson, who graduated from FAMU’s School of Business and Industry.
FAMU alumna and biochemist crowned Miss Legacy Florida
FAMU biochemistry, pre-med grad Chanel Dean was crowned Miss Florida Legacy U.S. 2018. As Dean prepares to compete for the national title of Miss Legacy United States, she is also carrying out a platform that focuses on spreading awareness and fighting for a cure for Rett Syndrome. Her lifetime commitment is to provide service to individuals from all walks of life through the healing power of medicine.