Center for Global Studies
The Center for Global Studies oversees all aspects of international education for the college and is designed to promote a global perspective throughout the college community.
LaShawne Holland, a leading expert in the art of activating wealth potential, will keynote Bennett College's Spring Commencement Exercises on Saturday, May 7 at 10 a.m. in the Quadrangle.
The Baccalaureate speaker for commencement week is Rev. Racquel C.N. Gill, pastor-in-resident at ... Read More
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Bennett College celebrates its 90th anniversary this year as a women’s college and has a series of events scheduled to mark the milestone.
“Here at Bennett College we develop young women into future teachers, scientists, journalists, entrepreneurs, social workers, and... Read More
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Bennett Players presents “Up All Night,” a stage adaptation of “Anna May and the Preacher: A Collection of Short Stories” by Theresa Bennett-Wilkes on April 8 and 9 at 7:30 p.m. in The Little Theatre at Bennett College. The event is free and open to... Read More
Greensboro, NC—Bennett College senior, Social Work major, Amra Marshall is the first-ever Bennett student to receive the Stevens-Fair Female scholarship award. The scholarship award of $2,000 is for female students who attend a United Negro College Fund member institution.
Marshall served as the president of Pre-Alumnae Council and as... Read More
Bennett College Junior, Ka’la Hill is stretching her way to the top with her program “Bodies by Bella.” She was inspired to start the program by First Lady Michelle Obama.
Hill started this program as a way to... Read More
Watch another great episode of "The Weekly Ring" featuring Bennett College and our host Deidra Burton, journalism major. In this week's episode see highlights of the HBCUgrow LEAD Conference, National Walking Day and the play "Up All Night." This episode also includes an interview with Dr. Valerie A. Johnson, Mott Distinguished Professor of Women's Studies and Director, Africana Women's Studies, about the screening of the movie "No, the Rape Documentary" by Aishah Shahidah Simmons. "The Weekly Ring" is produced by the Bennett College Office of Communications and the Department of Journalism and Media Studies. Submit news and information for the "The Weekly Ring at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due: August 31, 2016