Emergency siren test is scheduled for next week on campus

It will be conducted on April 11. N.C. A&T’s emergency sirens and Aggie Alert system from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Three tones will sound within the hour to signal various meanings.

Tone 1: a continuous tone and will signal the campus and surrounding community to seek shelter and be alert for more information.

Tone 2: a high-low tone and will signal to evacuate the area while tone

Tone 3: a “whoop” tone and signal all clear.

Each tone will be three-five minute activation. Aggie Alert messages will be sent entailing all of this information when the sirens go off.

The university will also share the information via Twitter, Facebook, WNAA 90.1 FM, University E-Mail, AggieNet, Aggie Info Line, and the University website.

Chancellor Harold Martin receives high award

Virginia Tech has given the Influential Black Alumni award to A&T’s Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr. Martin was one of several alumni awarded in six categories. He received the career achievement award. Martin received his Ph.D in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech.

Richard B. Harrison players present “An Evening of Classics”

The N.C. A&T department of visual and performing arts between April 12-15 and April 19-22 will present “An Evening of Classics.” The award-winning Richard B. Harrison Players in Harrison Auditorium will perform the play, adapted by Frankie Day. The price for general admission is $15 and senior citizen is $10. N.C. A&T students get in free with their Aggie One Card. To purchase tickets please contact the box office at (336) 334-7749.

Seven students selected to attend special conference

After an on-campus interview process, the International Organization of Black Security Executives (IOBSE) has selected seven A&T students to attend its annual meeting.

The meeting will take place in Hoffman Estates, Illinois from April 18-20. Karlos Glenn, Meshach Jackson, Patrick Jackson, James G. Smith, Avery McKoy, Derrick Bradshaw and Patrick Mosley are the students chosen to receive an all expense trip to the annual meeting.

IOBSE , in partnership with its corporate sponsors, provides eligible students access to a network of security professionals with paid internships and careers.

The annual conference is a vehicle to bring students and professionals together to support minority interest in the security field. The nonprofit organization that was established 1982.