Elena Arthur, Rasheena Edmondson and Helen Oladapo (from left) are set to become N.C. Central University’s first Ph.D. graduates in 53 years. They’re getting doctorates in integrated biosciences during commencement for graduate and professional students on Friday.
Elena Arthur, Rasheena Edmondson and Helen Oladapo (from left) are set to become N.C. Central University’s first Ph.D. graduates in 53 years. They’re getting doctorates in integrated biosciences during commencement for graduate and professional students on Friday. N.C. Central University
Elena Arthur, Rasheena Edmondson and Helen Oladapo (from left) are set to become N.C. Central University’s first Ph.D. graduates in 53 years. They’re getting doctorates in integrated biosciences during commencement for graduate and professional students on Friday. N.C. Central University

Friday ceremony putting NCCU back in the Ph.D.-creation business

May 09, 2017 05:53 PM

UPDATED May 10, 2017 02:57 PM

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