CAMPUS NEWS: AUGUST 8, 2022

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

African American Literature Professor Jacinta Saffold Explores Cultural Intersection Of Hip-Hop and Literature

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University of New Orleans African American literature professor Jacinta Saffold has received a Louisiana Board of Regents research grant for her book “Books & Beats: The Cultural Kinship of Street Lit and Hip Hop.”

University of New Orleans African American literature professor Jacinta Saffold has received a Louisiana Board of Regents research grant for her book “Books & Beats: The Cultural Kinship of Street Lit and Hip Hop.”

Middle school students spent June 3-6 learning about robot construction, wiring, and programming as part of the University of New Orleans Robotic Eel Camp.
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Metro New Orleans middle school students recently spent four days exploring engineering topics and creating projects to demonstrate those concepts   Read more
Actor Glen Powell stars as Gary Johnson, a University of New Orleans professor who moonlights as a fake hit man for the New Orleans Police Department.
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University of New Orleans anthropology professor Ryan Gray and a team of UNO students will spend part of the summer in Berlin, Germany excavating an area thought to be the site of a World War II aircraft crash. Pictured: Gray and students tour The National WWII Museum in New Orleans.
UNO Anthropology Professor and Students Head To Berlin For Excavation Project
University of New Orleans anthropology professor Ryan  Read more