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Woods Thomas, former Dean of International Programs in Agriculture, his friends, relatives, and colleagues established an endowment fund in his memory.Because of his lifelong commitment to international agricultural development, the donors have directed that income from the endowment to support College of Agriculture graduate students who will be doing research or studying in a developing country as part of their University program. presented certificates to Megan Fenton (AGRY-work in Ethiopia), Hannah Quellhorst (ENTM- work in Kenya and Tanzania) and Natalie Donavan (AGEC-work in Colombia) at a reception in their honor.
Here you can go beyond the names on The Wall to see the faces, share the stories and read the remembrances posted by friends, neighbors, classmates and family members.Teaming with her high school friend and producer Bangladesh, Shanell recorded a demo tape and aimed to become an artist herself in addition to writing for other people.She met Wayne while serving as a backup dancer for Ne-Yo during the Up Close and Personal Tour (which featured the rapper along with Chris Brown) and eventually passed the rapper Bangladesh's beat for "A Milli," which became a huge street hit for the Young Money leader.“I’ve dreamed of making this film since first reading Larry Duplechan’s groundbreaking novel twenty-five years ago as a freshman in college, and I can’t wait to see it in theaters!” With past films like “The Skinny” and “Noah’s Arc: Jumping the Broom,” writer-director Polk has become known for steamy ensemble dramedies about the lives and romantic woes of black gay men.The film stars Academy Award winning actress and comedian Mo’Nique, Isaiah Washington, Terrell Tilford, D. Gray, Torrey Laamar, Kevin Allesee, Nikki Jane, and introduces breakthrough talent Julian Walker.
“I am very excited to bring ‘Blackbird’ to theaters and to UMC,” said Johnson, adding, “’Blackbird’ is in line with my vision for UMC to bring together the African American/urban production and talent community with a distribution channel dedicated to showcasing and supporting their creative works.
I have had the pleasure of knowing Mo’Nique since early in her career as a comedian and her appearances on BET, and I know and admire Isaiah’s work as both an actor and a producer.
I am certain that audiences will enjoy the inspirational storyline and powerful performances by this extraordinary cast.” “Bob Johnson is a legend and a trailblazer – so I couldn’t be more thrilled to work with him and his exciting new enterprise on the release of ‘Blackbird,'” director Patrik-Ian Polk said.
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Johnson, founder of Black Entertainment Television (BET), have set an April 24, 2015 U. theatrical release date for director Patrik-Ian Polk’s coming-of-age drama “Blackbird,” which is based on the novel of the same name by Larry Duplechan.
Funds may be used to support research, study, or other scholarly activities in a developing country anywhere in the world, including travel expenses.