Category Archives: Podcast

Ep. 25 – Winning is the Standard



Guests: Earl Hilton III, director of intercollegiate athletics; Sam Washington, head coach, Aggie football; Kim Terrell-Kearney, head coach, Aggie bowling; Duane Ross, director of track and field programs

The panel discusses the key to their teams’ success in the historical year in Aggie Athletics


Ep. 24 – Advisement for Student Success



Guests: Dr. Regina Williams Davis, director of the Center for Academic Excellence and the assistant provost for student success and academic support; Dr. Dawn Nail, associate director of the Center for Academic Excellence

Regina and Dawn discuss the importance of academic advisement in the formula of student success. The pair also talk about the upcoming North Carolina Academic Advising Conference in May.


Ep. 23 – Project M.A.R.C.H. + Aggie Prep = Aggie M.E.N.



Guests: W. Grant Hill, academic coach, lecturer and co-coordinator for Project M.A.R.C.H.; Dean Anthony Graham, dean of the College of Education and co-coordinator for Aggie Prep; Hunter Watson, senior, marketing and supply chain management student

Grant, Anthony and Hunter discuss the male mentoring and retention initiatives at North Carolina A&T, their impact on the students who participate and share plans for a merger and expansion in the 2018-19 academic year.


Ep. 22 – S.I.S.T.E.R.S.



Guests: Renisha Howard, academic advisor, lecturer and co-coordinator for the S.I.S.T.E.R.S. program; Da’Mya Campbell, junior, computer science student; Toni C. Nelson, junior, sociology student

Renisha, Da’Mya and Toni discuss the female mentoring and retention program at North Carolina A&T, its impact on students and its commitment to excellence through education, community engagement and finer womanhood.


Ep. 21 – Verizon Innovative Learning Program



Guests: Marquita D. McCulley, program director and Benton Felton, program participant

Marquita and Benton discuss the benefits of the Verizon-funded program for middle school-aged minority boys housed on the campus of North Carolina A&T.


Ep. 20 – Mental Health Awareness, Pt. 4



Guests: Dr. Dominiquie Clemmons-James, certified rehabilitation counselor in the Office of Counseling Services, N.C. A&T, Brittany Chang, psychology student, member of Collegiate Recovery Community street team

Clemmons-James and Change discuss the university’s Collegiate Recovery Community on campus and working with students to successfully pursue academic, personal and professional goals to enrich their quality of life.


Ep. 19 – Mental Health Awareness, Pt. 3



Guests: Linsey Parisi, licensed clinical social worker associate, Office of Counseling Services, N.C. A&T, Jalyn Houston, marketing student, president of Active Minds

Parisi and Houston talk about reducing the stigma of mental health so that more people take advantage of the care available to them.


Ep. 18 – Mental Health Awareness, Pt. 2



Guests: Dr. Vivian Barnette, director of Office of Counseling Services, N.C. A&T, and Calena Creft, a licensed professional counselor, Counseling Services, N.C. A&T

Barnette and Creft discuss options for mental health care at N.C. A&T


Ep. 16 – Good Neighbors, pt. 4



Guest: Interim Dean Shirley Hymon-Parker, College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, talks to Chancellor Martin about how the college is holding up its end of the bargain of being a good neighbor in East Greensboro.


Ep. 11 – Arts at A&T, pt. 3



Guests: Jennifer Wilson, Ishmael Muhammad and Solomon Reynolds

Visual and performing arts students Jennifer Wilson, Ishmael Muhammad and Solomon Reynolds talk to Chancellor Martin about their respective crafts and how A&T is preparing them for the futures.


Ep. 10 – Arts at A&T, pt. 2



Guests: Roy Carter and Donna Bradby

Roy Carter, director of the visual art program and Donna Bradby, adjunct professor and director of marketing and publicity for the theatre arts program talk to the chancellor about jobs behind the scenes of a production and art that hides in plain sight.


Ep. 8 – Brandon Long – Future Microsoft employee



Guest: Brandon Long

Senior, computer science student, Brandon Long converses with the chancellor about his experience as a student at N.C. A&T and his experiences with the White House All-Stars program, Apple and others.


Ep. 7 – STEM Early College



Guest: Jamisa Williams, Roshni Panwala

Description: Chancellor Martin speaks to STEM Early College principal, Jamisa Williams, and graduating senior, Roshni Panwala, about the unique design of the curriculum at one of the Guilford County Schools-operated high schools on N.C. A&T’s campus.


Ep. 2 – Cheatham White Scholarship



Guest: Erin Hill Hart

October is when a lot of juniors and seniors make the push to start or continue applying for colleges. This presents an opportunity to talk about the addition of Cheatham White and give information on the kind of students we will attract with this scholarship


Ep. 1 – Enrollment: Increasing Standards, Growing A&T



Guests: Erin Hill Hart, Jacque Powers

Erin will talk about what the current standards are, what we are looking to move to and how this is beneficial for the students and for the university. This is also an opportunity to talk about the incoming class, i.e. size, academic prowess. Jacque will speak to the work it takes to get such a large number of students acclimated to campus life.


Archives: 11/2016 – Student Success



Guests: Regina Williams Davis, Assistant Provost for Student Success and Academic Support and Jordan Alexander Greene, 2016-2017 SGA President.

N.C. A&T Student Success portal
N.C. A&T Center for Academic Excellence