The HBCU Nation Radio Show – This Week’s Lineup ( November 22nd Show )

November 22

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This week on The HBCU Nation Radio Show…

  • Dr. Charlie Nelms, will share his piece, “Ebola: Reflections of a Black Father”.
  • Dr. Antonio Webb will discuss his book, “Overcoming the Odds”.
  • Ramon Goings will discuss his co-authored piece with Marybeth Gasman, Ph.D entitled, “Future of HBCUs May Rest on Adopting a Growth Mindset”.
  • Eddie Francis will discuss his piece, “Seven Tips for College Students to Use LinkedIn Effectively”.
  • Mel and Pearl Shaw of Saad and Shaw Comprehensive Fund Development Services will share “The Wise Donor – Moving Beyond Emotion”.
  • Dr. Mark Sandilands will discuss the MCCI Marketplace and Healthcare Open Enrollment.
  • Kelly Fair will present The Freshman Memoirs featuring Tara Crawford and her piece entitled, “The Power of Prayer”.
  • Lady Sonya will present HBCU Queens featuring Miss Clark-Atlanta University, Chelsi N. Glascoe.

The HBCU Nation Radio Show airs Saturday mornings from 9AM-12 Noon EST on WRVS 89.9FM ECSU.  You can also LISTEN LIVE at http://www.ecsu.edu/wrvs/listen.cfm

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The HBCU Nation Radio Show Presents its October 18th Lineup

October 18From Indiana| Dr. Charlie Nelms joins Anthony to discuss his latest blog via Huffington Post entitled, “Six Critical Strategies for Increasing HBCU Retention and Graduation Rates”. (Twitter @charlienelms ) http://www.CharlieNelms.com

From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to discuss this report entitled, “Ranking and Rewarding Access: An Alternative College Scorecard”, is Dr. Marybeth Gasman and Heather Collins. Dr. Gasman is the director of the Center for Minority Serving Institutions and a member of the report’s research team. Heather Collins is a co-author of the report and the assistant director of the Center for Minority Serving Institutions at the University of Pennsylvania-Graduate School of Education.(Twitter @marybethgasman)(Twitter @CenterForMSIs)

Memphis, Tennessee | Mel and Pearl Shaw are the authors of “Prerequisites for Fundraising Success: The 18 Things You Need to Know as a Fundraising Professional, Board Member or Volunteer”. Mel and Pearl, known for their love and strong support of HBCUs, will join a conversation with Anthony on their latest blog from www.FUNdraisingGoodTimes.com entitled, Kentucky State University President Raymond Burse Leads by Example. Mel and Pearl Shaw can be reached at (Twitter@SaadShaw | Facebook@SaadandShaw)

Prairie View, Texas | Nelson Bowman, III will discuss with Anthony his piece from MSIs UNPLUGGED , “Identify Your Institutional Niche, then Ask for Support”. Nelson Bowman III is the executive director of development at Prairie View A&M University and an Advisory Board member of Penn’s Center for Minority Serving Institutions. (Twitter @nelsonbowmanIII)

Dallas, Texas | Eddie Francis, Our “Go To Guy in all things PR & Marketing” Eddie and Anthony will discuss his blog, “10 Things to Think About Before Hazing”. Eddie is an award-winning mass communication professional whose career spans mass media, higher education, and career development. Eddie is an HBCU advocate, job recruiting consultant and author/presenter of the Black Greek Success Movement. http://www.eddiefrancis.com (Twitter@eddiefrancis)

Chicago, Illinois | Kelly Fair will share her “Mentoring Minutes: Freshman Memoirs entitled, ‘How to Pray Your Way To Success In College’ featuring Tara Crawford from Alabama A&M University. Twitter/Instagram @KFairTheMentor | www.kellyfairthementor.com |#HowardU @AAMU

Charlotte, North Carolina – Miss Johnson C. Smith University, SA’Keithia Hammond is our HBCU Queen of the Week! SA’Keithia is a Senior, double majoring in Business Marketing and Retail Management who aspires to become a entrepreneur in the cosmetology industry. Her ultimate goals are to fulfill her dreams as a successful entrepreneur and to create a non-profit organization that builds leadership and self esteem in young girls. Her platform during her reign is “The Three P’s, Preparation, Perseverance and Professionalism”. SA’Keithia and her Royal Court will prepare students for life beyond JCSU through perseverance and professionalism. www.JCSU.edu

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Tune In Saturday morning, October18th, 2014 (9AM-12Noon EST) on WRVS 89.9FM Elizabeth City State University

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The HBCU Nation Radio Show Presents the October 4th Lineup

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Indiana | Dr. Charlie Nelms joins Anthony to discuss his latest blog via @HBCU_Lifestyle entitled, “ Why I Still Love My Alma Mater 45 Years Later”. (Twitter @charlienelms ) http://www.CharlieNelms.com

Nashville, Tennessee | Crystal deGregory, Ph.D., founder of HBCUStory, joins us this week to discuss a very insightful piece that she wrote in HBCU Digest entitled, “HOMECOMING: A Missed Opportunity in Black College Philanthropy” www.hbcustory.wordpress.com | @HBCUStory

Atlanta, Georgia | Howard Clay, Jr. is the Publisher of BOSS Magazine (BE YOUR OWN SUCCESS STORY). BOSS Magazine is an educationally focused magazine for minority young adults. (Twitter @BOSS_Publishing , @BOSS_eMAG) http://www.boss-emag.com

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | Dr. Caleph Wilson will join the broadcast in a conversation with Anthony about under-represented minorities in the S.T.E.M. disciplines, connecting with the community and the National Science and Technology News Service (NSTNS). Dr. Wilson is Staff Scientist in the Abramson Family Cancer Research Institute and the Department of Microbiology of the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. #AlcornAlumni (Twitter @HeyDrWilson ) http://www.HeyDrWilson.com

Chicago, Illinois | Kelly Fair presents her latest “Mentoring Minutes: 7 Campus Safety Tips”. (Twitter and Instagram @kfairthementor ) http://www.kellyfairthementor.com

Dallas, Texas | Eddie Francis will discuss his video blog entitled, “Higher Ed Branding via the Workforce”. (Twitter @EddieFrancis ) http://www.eddiefrancis.com

Memphis, Tennessee | Mel and Pearl Shaw share insights from their book “Prerequisites for Fundraising Success: The 18 Things You Need to Know As a Fundraising Professional, Board Member or Volunteer”( Twitter @SaadShaw) http://www.FUNdraisingGoodTimes.com

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Tune In Saturday morning, October 4th, 2014 (9AM-12Noon EST) on WRVS 89.9FM Elizabeth City State University  Listen Live :  http://www.ecsu.edu/wrvs/listen.cfm

The HBCU Nation Radio Show September 27th Lineup

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Marybeth Gasman, Ph.D and Felecia Commodore – Together, Dr. Gasman and Felecia Commodore will discuss with Anthony, their co-authored piece published in HBCU Lifestyle entitled, “Forward Thinking Presidents”. Dr. Gasman is a Professor of Higher Education in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania and the Director of the Penn Center for MSIs and a staunch HBCU advocate.  Felecia Commodore is a PhD student in higher education at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education. (Twitter@marybethgasman @FeleciaAlana)

Prairie View A&M University – Nelson Bowman, III., will discuss a very insightful piece published in HBCU Lifestyle entitled, “HBCU Alumni: Let’s Stop Being Reactive about Giving Back”. Nelson Bowman is the Executive Director of Development for Prairie View A&M University

Dallas, Texas – Eddie Francis, Our “Go To Guy in all things PR & Marketing” Eddie and Anthony will discuss his blog, “Why You Should Not Ride the Rep of Your New President | P.R. and Marketing in Higher Ed ”. Eddie is an award-winning mass communication professional whose career spans mass media, higher education, and career development. Eddie is an HBCU advocate, job recruiting consultant and author/presenter of the Black Greek Success Movement. (Twitter@eddiefrancis)

Elizabeth City, NC – Dr. Floyd L. Robinson will join Anthony in a discussion about the vision and the creation of WRVS 89.9FM and the W12BB-TV at Elizabeth City State University as The HBCU Nation Radio Show celebrates its one year anniversary on WRVS 89.9FM! Dr. Floyd L. Robinson, Professor Emeritus, who over three decades served as the director of the Marching Vikings, Chair of the Department of Music and Assistant to the Chancellor.

Memphis TN – Mel Shaw - Formally as Vice President of marketing for the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), Mel Shaw created and produced the Lou Rawls telethon which has raised more than $500 Million in annual gifts to date. He is nationally recognized for his work in creating and designing programs that combine marketing and fundraising — and increase revenue and alumni/volunteer engagement for HBCUs. Mel will discuss the first of a two-part series, “Four Benefits of a Comprehensive Fundraising Campaign “. (Twitter@SaadShaw)

Washington, D.C. – Lauren Victoria Burke, “Inside the Beltway” The HBCU Nation presents the “Inside The Beltway” segment with Lauren Victoria. Lauren and Anthony will discuss the latest news from Capitol Hill.  Lauren is the creator of @CrewOf42 and owner of WDCPIX. (Twitter @Crewof42)

Chicago, Illinois – Kelly Fair, Mentoring Minutes featuring “The Freshmen Memoirs” Kelly Fair will share her “Mentoring Minutes: Freshman Memoirs “Unplanned Pregnancies In College”. Twitter/Instagram @KFairTheMentor | www.kellyfairthementor.com |#HowardU

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 **LISTEN LIVE : Saturday, September 27th, 2014 |  9AM-12Noon EST on WRVS 89.9FM ECSU  OR http://wrvs.ecsu.edu/live

The HBCU Nation Radio Show Presents the September 13th Lineup

September 13

From Philadelphia, PA to discuss this most recent report entitled, Ranking and Rewarding Access: An Alternative College Scorecard”, is Dr. Marybeth Gasman and Heather Collins. Dr. Gasman is the director of the Center for Minority Serving Institutions and a member of the report’s research team. Heather Collins is a co-author of the report and the assistant director of the Center for Minority Serving Institutions at the University of Pennsylvania-Graduate School of Education.(Twitter @marybethgasman)(Twitter @CenterForMSIs)

Memphis, Tennessee | Mel and Pearl Shaw are the authors of “Prerequisites for Fundraising Success: The 18 Things You Need to Know as a Fundraising Professional, Board Member or Volunteer”. Mel and Pearl, known for their love and strong support of HBCUs, will join a conversation with Anthony on their latest blog from www.FUNdraisingGoodTimes.com entitled, “Fundraising Fables: Retaining Fund Development Professionals”. (Twitter@SaadShaw , Facebook@SaadandShaw)

Dallas ,Texas | Eddie Francis – Eddie and Anthony will discuss “Black Greek Perceptions: 5 Ways to Boost PR for BGLOs| from HBCU Lifestyle. Eddie is an award-winning mass communication professional whose career spans mass media, higher education, and career development.  Eddie is an HBCU advocate, job recruiting consultant and author/presenter of the Black Greek Success Movement. (Twitter @eddiefrancis)

Washington DC | John M. Lee, Jr., Ph.D. will discuss “For HBCUs, ‘Hurricane Accountability’ will be Extinction-Level Event’ that was published in HBCU Digest. Dr. Lee is the Vice President, Office for Access and Success: the Advancement of Public Black Universities and Hispanic Serving Institutions (OAS). (Twitter @JohnLeePhD)

Nashville, Tennessee | Crystal deGregory, Ph.D. , founder of HBCU Story will discuss the featured speakers, exciting events and information regarding the upcoming HBCUStory Symposium, October 2014 in Washington, D.C. www.hbcustory.wordpress.com | Twitter/Facebook/Instagram @HBCUStory

Chicago, Illinois | Kelly Fair will present “Mentoring Minutes: It’s a Dorm Room, Not the Taj Mahal”. Kelly is a Chicago-based urban youth mentoring practitioner who has been intimately involved in developing and implementing successful youth mentoring & development programs for 10+ years. Kelly is a proud Howard University Alumna! Connect with Kelly (@KFairTheMentor – Twitter and Instagram) @HowardAlumni @HowardU

Winston Salem, North Carolina | Miss Winston Salem State University, Leah Darby. Leah is a Senior Elementary Education Major from Atlanta, GA. Along with serving on various boards and committees here at WSSU Leah currently serves as President of the Student Union Advisory Board, President of the Student North Carolina Association of Educators and has been a Provost Scholar in the honors program for the past 3 years as well as remaining on the Dean’s List every semester while at WSSU. Leah was recently elected as Miss Winston-Salem State University 2014-2015 and plans to serve her university through campus programming, community outreach and service. (@WSSU)

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** You can tune in Saturday, September 13th, 2014 – 9AM-12Noon EST on WRVS-FM 89.9FM ECSU or listen online at http://www.ecsu.edu/wrvs/listen.cfm **