Alicia Henry, associate professor of art at Fisk University has been named the 2016 recipient of the 1858 Prize for Southern Contemporary Art, administered by Society 1858 of the Gibbes Museum of Art.
Activist and award-winning radio host Joe Madison will speak at Fisk University on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 4pm in the Appleton Room of Jubilee Hall. Madison will discuss voter rights, self-advocacy, and community effectiveness to faculty, students, and members of the Nashville community.
Fisk University has been awarded a $404K grant from the Army Research Office (ARO) of the United States Department of Defense to fund the acquisition of new, state-of-the-art, scientific instrumentation that will support the research infrastructure at the university.
Fisk University has announced the addition of Joseline Caramelo Afonso, an international Fulbright scholar, to the Fisk faculty.
The Washington Fisk Alumni Association and the Eastern Region of the General Alumni Association will be hosting the inaugural Talented Tenth Gala and Awards Ceremony on October 15, 2016 in Arlington, VA.
Faculty members Alicia Henry and Cheryl Jones Hamberg are among the artists participating in the second rendering of 20 Collaborations in Book Art exhibit.
Fisk Alumna Kayla Elliott has been named a 2016 recipient of the Southern Education Leadership Initiative (SELI) Fellowship.
Renowned poet and writer Nikki Giovanni will receive the Literary Lifetime Achievement Award from the Library of Virginia for her outstanding literary works throughout her career.
The Washington Fisk Alumni Association and the Eastern Region of the General Alumni Association will be hosting the inaugural talented tenth gala and awards ceremony on October 15, 2016 in Arlington, VA.
The Eta Upsilon Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. has named Stephanie Woodson the 2016 Zeta of the Year for outstanding service and leadership.
Dr. Carleton B. Maxwell, a 2002 Fisk alumnus was the commencement speaker at the University of Tennessee’s College of Pharmacy graduation.
As we continue to celebrate 150 years of academic excellence and achievement, we are thankful for the gifts received from all of our thoughtful donors.
Wayne Moore, Sr. '67 - passed away on May 20, 2016 in Atlanta, GA.
INSBANK of Nashville has announced that C. Orlandus Majors will serve as the First Vice President and Relationship Manager.