North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is an 1890 land-grant doctoral research university dedicated to learning, discovery and community engagement. The University provides a wide range of educational opportunities with an emphasis on preeminence in STEM and a commitment to excellence in all its educational, research and outreach programs, North Carolina A&T fosters a climate of economic competitiveness that prepares students for the global society.
In 1890, Congress enacted the Second Morrill Act that mandated “a separate college for the colored race.” The Agricultural and Mechanical College for the Colored Race (now N.C. A&T) was established as that school in the state of North Carolina by an act of the General Assembly ratified on March 9, 1891. Originally operating in Raleigh as an annex to Shaw University, the college made a permanent home in Greensboro with the help of local citizens such as DeWitt Clinton Benbow and Charles H. Moore.
In 1915, state legislators changed the college’s name to the Agricultural and Technical College of North Carolina and in 1967, they elevated it to university status. N.C. A&T became a constituent university of the University of North Carolina in 1972.
North Carolina A&T State University will be recognized as a preeminent land-grant university and the institution of choice for high-achieving students who are inspired by outstanding teaching and learning, civic engagement, transformative research, and creative scholarship to solve societal challenges.
The following is the list of scholars from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University who currently serve as editors for one or more SciTechnol journals.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University that are published in SciTechnol journals.
- Research Article: J Clin Nutr Metab
Mukhametov Almas E.,* Yerbulekova Moldir T., Dautkanova Dina R., Tuyakova Gulim A., and Aitkhozhayeva Gulsim S