Paine College Alumnus, Jeffrey Pierce, II

On this episode, we speak with Jeffrey Pierce, II. He’s a graduate of Paine College. Jeffrey serves as Director of Recruitment and Admissions at Huston-Tillotson University. He’s also the Author of Be My GUEST: A Guide For Creating An Ultimate Service Experience. During this episode, we talk about his work in higher education, his book […]

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SC State University Alumnus, Dr. David Staten

On this episode, we speak with Dr. David Staten. He’s a graduate of South Carolina State University. David serves as a Professor of Rehabilitation Counseling at South Carolina State University. He’s also the Editor and Chief of HBCU Times Magazine. During this episode, we talk about his work in higher education, his HBCU experience and […]

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Phenomenal Woman Series – Selina Kohn

March is Women’s History Month and The HBCU Podcast is celebrating with the “Phenomenal Woman” series. The series features episodes dedicated to highlighting women who have made great strides in their respective career fields to achieve great success. On this episode, we speak with Selina Kohn. She’s a graduate of Albany State University. She made […]

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Phenomenal Woman Series – Harriet H. Lampkin, Esq.

March is Women’s History Month and The HBCU Podcast is celebrating with the “Phenomenal Woman” series. The series features 5 episodes dedicated to highlighting women who have made great strides in their respective career fields to achieve great success. On this episode, we speak with Harriet Huell Lampkin. She’s a graduate of Claflin University. Harriet […]

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Phenomenal Woman Series – Dr. Marsha Krotseng

On this episode, we speak with Dr. Marsha Krotseng, President of Bluefield State College. During this episode, we talk about her 30-year journey through higher education, being the first female president of Bluefield State College and her work to increase the percentage of women presidents and minority presidents in higher education. ABOUT DR. KROTSENG Dr. […]

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Black History Highlight – Dee Rees

ABOUT DEE REES Dee Rees is a writer-director from Nashville, Tennessee. She received her undergraduate degree from Florida A&M University and went on to attend  New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts as a film student. Rees was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for Mudbound, which made Rees the first queer black woman to be […]

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