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DSU National Association of Black Journalist (NABJ) Inaugurates Director’s Dish: Speaker Series

Delaware State University’s Chapter of NABJ (National Association of Black Journalist) is up to new and exciting things this academic year.
According to the  President of the association, Senior Latayla A. Branson, “this year we are starting something new called the “Director’s Dish,” where we bring various Mass Communications professionals to speak to our NABJ Chapter about the business, what to expect, and how we can better prepare for the industry.”
The first of the Speaker Series featured Dr. Francine Edwards,  DSU’s Dean, College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences .

From Right to Left: Dr. Francine Edwards, Latayla Branson – President of NABJ (Co-Interviewer) and  Tiffany Langhorne- Vice President of NABJ (Co-Interviewer)

The event which took place October 18, in the ETV 124 (Television Studio), was attended by several students and all of the professors in the Mass Communication Department.
Dr. Edwards spoke about her professional and academic careers and admonished the students to be diligent in their academic pursuits and to always seize every opportunity to network with professionals, especially those in their chosen fields.

Cross section of the audience

The next guest of the Speaker Series is Dr. Daniel Awodiya of the Mass Communication department. The event will take place on November 15 in ETV 124, starting at 11:a.m.
All are encouraged to attend.

Visiting Fulbright Professor, Maneesh Kuma Pandeya, captures the event.

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