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    Dillard University Alumnus Ayo Davis Named Head of Casting for ABC PDF Print E-mail
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    ABC LogoAyo Davis has been named the Head of Talent and Casting for ABC Entertainment and ABC Studios. Davis, a 13-year ABC veteran, had been the interim head of casting for both the network and studio since November, when longtime ABC casting chief Keli Lee relocated to London where she serves  as a managing director of international content and talent for ABC Entertainment Group. Davis has now been named a permanent replacement.

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    Dillard alumna Rose Hudson, President/CEO of the Louisiana Lottery Company is featured in the Executive Spotlight Q&A in the Baton Rouge Business Report.  To see the entire article and her interview please click here.

     
    Dillard University President Walter M. Kimbrough on his development as a man and the mentor who helped him PDF Print E-mail
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    AJC SEPIA GREEK SPOTLIGHT: ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC. | myajc.com


    NEW ORLEANS, La. — I’ve gotten to the age when I periodically receive those calls or texts with unexpected sad news.

    It is the wake-up call when you hear a high school or college classmate has died and you realize that you’re not as young as you think. More often though it is news of a relative or some beloved teacher. I received one of the messages recently.

    “Did you hear? Bro. Nunnally died.”

    Bro. Nunnally was none other than the Rev. David H. Nunnally of Athens.

    I met him early in 1986 as I attended the interest meeting for Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity at the University of Georgia. Rev. Nunnally was introduced as the chapter’s advisor. Medium build with a pleasant demeanor, he was definitely an old school type of dude. Once I was selected to pledge, I ended up beginning a relationship with a man that lasted almost 30 years.

    Yes, he was the guide for our chapter. But reflecting on this Founder’s Day, not only did Bro. Nunnally teach me what it meant to be an Alpha, but he also unknowingly taught and reinforced values that would make me a good husband, father, and college president (which de facto is father for hundreds of students).

    In the spring of 1986, my line brothers and I spent time with Bro. Nunnally and his family on numerous occasions.

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    DILLARD UNIVERSITY: The Greater New Orleans Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals has named Marc A. Barnes, of Dillard University, its outstanding fundraiser of the year. Barnes has been vice president for institutional advancement at Dillard since February 2013. Before that, he was director of development at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation Inc., where he was responsible for the development of a major gifts fundraising operation and the launch of a major capital campaign to support the renovation of the Jazz & Heritage Center. Barnes serves on the finance council at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, where he is also a lector and coordinates the marriage ministry with his wife, Kiki. He is immediate past president of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Greater New Orleans Chapter, and is a member of the Louisiana Advisory Council for UNCF. He serves on the board of directors at St. Augustine High School and the advisory board of St. Mary’s Academy.

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    Dillard Is Among Top HBCU’s Awarding Degrees In Physics PDF Print E-mail
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    The Dillard University Physics Department has been listed among the Top 20 Historically Black Colleges and Universities that graduate 55 percent of the nation’s African-American physics majors, according to the American Institute of Physics.

    “We are delighted,” said Dr. Abdalla Darwish, Chairman of Dillard’s Physics Department. “This ranking is an affirmation of all that we are attempting to accomplish. It is a wonderful compliment for our faculty, our outstanding students and the university we are proud to represent.”

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