Andrew Bingham is a freshman, industrial technology major from Kingston, Jamaica.
Andrew has a 3.8 GPA and still finds time to be a member of the men’s varsity track and field team, a member of the Honors College, serves as a peer tutor, and volunteers at a local community center.
Hard work and patience keep Andrew grounded and focused to complete his plans for success.
Patrick Varnado is a sophomore, computer science major, applied mathematics minor from Vicksburg, Mississippi.
This future Information Technology Director plans to focus on instructional technology and ultimately become a college professor.
Patrick’s motto to live by is, “Seize The Day”.
At Alcorn, Patrick is a member of the football team, Enterprise System Program, serves as a peer tutor, and volunteers at a local youth center.
DeAnte’ Spann is a junior, elementary education major, reading and technology minor from Morton, Mississippi.
This future education administrator plans to focus on instructional technology and later become a college professor.
At Alcorn, DeAnte’ serves as the Director of Communications for the Residence Hall Association, is a member of the Ronald McNair Scholar Program, the Alcorn Chapter of NAACP, and the ASU Honor Society.
DeAnte’ lives by “the golden rule” as his motto for life and has done extensive research on African American Male Teachers in Rural School Settings.
Jestin Williams is a junior, biochemistry major, pre-Med minor, from Nashville, Tennessee.
Jestin plans to have a career as the head physician for a professional sports team.
At Alcorn, Jestin is a line backer for the Alcorn Braves Football Team, is a member of Alpha Chi Sigma Chemistry Honor Society, serves as a chemistry peer tutor, and volunteers at a local middle school.
Jordyn Glover is a senior, biology/Pre-Physical therapy major from Atlanta, Georgia.
This honor student plans to become a licensed doctor of physical therapy.
At Alcorn, Jordyn is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the Chemistry Club, Alpha Chi Sigma honor society, and he volunteers at a local youth center.
Jordyn lives by the motto, “Rest if you must but don’t quit”.
Evan Johnson is a junior electrical engineering major from Cupertino, California.
This future electrical engineer at a major firm plans to later own an engineering company.
At A &T, Evan is a member of the A & T Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, Alpha Lambda Honor Society, a Lewis and Elizabeth Dowdy Scholar, tutors physics and math lab, and volunteers with Housing Greensboro.
Sheldon Fulton is a junior mechanical engineering major from Chicago, Illinois.
This future aerospace engineer plans to design cost effective, safer, and environmentally friendly air planes.
At A & T, Sheldon is a member of the A & T Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, volunteers at a local youth center, and is a peer tutor.
Robert Ford is a junior, electrical engineering major, philosophy minor from Chesterfield, Virginia.
Robert plans to become an engineer but also take an active role in helping others to enhance their skills and learn to make a difference.
At A and T, Robert is the Community Service Chairperson for the A and T Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, Vice President of the A &T Chapter of the Institute of Electrical Engineers, and is a peer tutor.
He lives by the quote, “When it is all said and done I want to be someone whose shoulders others can stand on”.
Darius Blanding is a junior, biology/Pre-Med major at North Carolina A&T State University from Manning, South Carolina.
This honor student has a 3.95 GPA and plans to become a doctor.
At N.C A&T, Darius is a member of the Minority Association of Pre-Med Students, Beta Beta Beta Honor Society, A&T Honors Program, and is a tutor to refugee African and Asian grade school children.
Tariq Alkebu-Lan is a junior, computer engineering major from Richmond, Virginia.
Tariq has a 4.0 GPA and plans to make a difference in the technology world by developing new computer techniques.
At A & T, Tariq is a member of the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, the STEM Club, and is a Living Learning mentor.