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Langston, Oklahoma – Six outstanding women leaders will be honored at Langston University’s annual Women in Leadership luncheon on Thursday, April 18, 2018.

Langston University to host the annual Langston University Transportation Academy (the Academy) to expose ninth and tenth-grade students to various careers in transportation. It is geared to improve their basic skills in computers, math, science, communications, teamwork, and leadership. The Academy will be conducted from June 3 - 15, 2018.


Langston University Appoints a New Director of Admissions, Recruitment and Outreach Programs


School of Business Student Participated in the Georgetown International Security Simulation

The School of Business students traveled to Washington on March 2 - 3, 2018 to participate in the prestigious Georgetown International Security Simulation. The following students will represent Langston University in this cyber and national security simulation:  Buhari Buhari, Chellsy Carter, Zakiya Harris, Kyara Little, Mikal Sanders, and DeAngelo Young.

Langston University Boasts Contests Winners at the 16th Annual Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence Research Symposium 


Today at the American Bar Association's 12th Annual Homeland Security Law Institute Conference in Washington, D.C., Dean Joshua Snavely of the Langston University School of Business will interview Facebook senior executive, Monika Bickert, in a dialogue titled Security vs. Security - A Conversation with Facebook. Ms. Bickert is the Head of Product Policy & Counterterrorism at Facebook, and since 2012 she has served as lead security council, advising the company on matters including child safety and data security. 

Langston University was recently selected as the Tom Joyner Foundation's October School of the Month. As the School of the Month, the Tom Joyner Foundation (TJF) will assist Langston University to raise funds in October. TJF will solicit gifts from alumni, alumni chapters and others to support the University and 100 percent of funds raised go directly to Langston University.  They will also continue their efforts and help raise funds for the University for the remainder of the year. 

Langston, Oklahoma – The fall semester officially started this week at Langston University.

By Christina Gray, Media Relations Specialist

Langston, Okla. – A new study conducted by the Langston University Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (LU-RRTC) on Research and Capacity Building for Minority Entities concluded that African-American and female veterans were significantly less likely to return to work compared to non-Latino White and female veterans after their military service.