Luvi Silverberg
November 17, 2022

How is ASA Howard Related to The Robertsons

Introduction

The Howard School of Mass Communications has a lot in common with the Robertson family.

In fact, there's even more than meets the eye. It may not be immediately obvious that these two entities are connected but here are just a few examples:

What do Time magazine, The New York Times, USA Today and both NPR and PBS have in common?

You may have heard the name Dr. Hilliard, but you're probably not sure why he has so many media interviews. The answer is simple: he is an expert in the field of dentistry and has been interviewed by many well-known magazines, newspapers, online publications and radio shows from all over the world.

Dr. Hilliard was interviewed by Time magazine after a study found that only half of Americans flossed regularly (which is important for your oral health). He was also featured in a USA Today article about mouthwash causing cancer (you should use it sparingly). He has been interviewed on NPR's Morning Edition show twice now to discuss dental implants and how they are used to replace missing teeth; both times he fielded questions about his own personal experiences with this procedure for replacing missing teeth! And if that weren't enough—he recently appeared on PBS NewsHour where he discussed how much sugar we consume each day as part of our diet (about 20 teaspoons!).

No, it's not that Howard School of Mass Communications Chair Dr. Asa G. Hilliard III has read them all.

No, it's not that Howard School of Mass Communications Chair Dr. Asa G. Hilliard III has read them all.

Dr. Hilliard is a prolific writer and speaker who has been interviewed by many media outlets, including the Washington Post and New York Times. His work has been featured in several publications, including the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education and The Chronicle of Higher Education, among others; his research on diverse education issues, including failing urban schools and school segregation in Houston, TX was even cited by Barack Obama during his 2008 presidential campaign!

As an educator with over 30 years' experience working with governments across Africa (Nigeria), South Africa/Zimbabwean transition from apartheid to democracy), Egypt & Nigeria as well as at universities here such as Michigan State University where he served two terms as Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs before joining Howard University's faculty full time in 2006 where he serves today

It is the fact that all of these media outlets have interviewed him in the last year.

ASA Howard is a well-known expert in African-American history, who has been interviewed by Time magazine, The New York Times, USA Today and both NPR and PBS. He has also been interviewed by the National Science Foundation.

With decades of experience as a historian and educator, Dr. Hilliard has become known nationally and internationally for his work in African-American history and culture.

As a historian, educator and consultant to the National Science Foundation on education policy, curriculum design and teacher development, Dr. Hilliard has become known nationally and internationally for his work in African-American history and culture.

He recently served as a consultant to the Nigerian government on education policy.

His international work includes consulting with governments in Nigeria, South Africa and Egypt.

His international work includes consulting with governments in Nigeria, South Africa and Egypt. He has also been a consultant to the National Science Foundation on education policy, curriculum design and teacher development.

He is an expert on Africa, African-American history, culture and education.

He has also been a consultant to the National Science Foundation on education policy, curriculum design and teacher development.

Dr. Hilliard has been a consultant to the National Science Foundation on education policy, curriculum design and teacher development. He is one of the nation's leading experts on Africa, African-American history, culture and education.

Hilliard is one of the nation's leading experts on Africa, African-American history, culture and education.

Hilliard is one of the nation's leading experts on Africa, African-American history, culture and education. He has authored or coauthored five books including his latest work "The Black History of the White House," which explores every president's relationship with African Americans.

Born in New Orleans, he spent part of his youth in Ghana while his father served as the U.S. Ambassador to the country from 1962-1964 under former President John F. Kennedy's administration.

Born in New Orleans, he spent part of his youth in Ghana while his father served as the U.S. Ambassador to the country from 1962-1964 under former President John F. Kennedy's administration. Dr. Hilliard's father was also a professor at Tulane University and taught classes on West Africa, specifically Ghana and Mali, which inspired him to pursue a career in education as an adult.

Dr. Hilliard obtained his bachelor’s degree from Southern University at New Orleans, followed by master’s degrees from Loyola University and Harvard University before obtaining his doctorate from the Universit√© de Reims Champagne-Ardenne in France during the 1980s when he was working as an associate professor at Xavier University of Louisiana​

He received his master's degree from Atlanta University (now Clark Atlanta University) before earning a Ph.D. from Ohio State University in comparative studies with a focus on education psychology within an interdisciplinary context in 1974.

It's also worth noting that he received his master's degree from Atlanta University (now Clark Atlanta University) before earning a Ph.D. from Ohio State University in comparative studies with a focus on education psychology within an interdisciplinary context in 1974.

What this means is that Howard has not only studied the history of black people in America, but also their psychological and educational experiences as well. He understands how they've been both historically marginalized and psychologically oppressed by white society, but he also understands that they can overcome these challenges if they're willing to work hard enough to do so.

Former ASA President Emeritus Yvonne Coleman introduced him to ASA President Robert Lomax when she was serving as the college's chief academic officer from 1989-1996.

In 1989, as a result of Coleman's influence and encouragement, Lomax was appointed to serve as the college's chief academic officer. Lomax had been a student of Coleman's at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois and continued to work with her until she left for ASA Howard in 2006. The two maintained contact over the years when Coleman was president at ASA and Lomax was serving as dean of academic affairs at Howard.

Takeaway:

Dr. Hilliard is a great resource for students looking to get into the industry. He has a wealth of knowledge and experience in this field. Dr. Hilliard is always happy to help his students, and he's been known to give advice even when it's not required by coursework or graduation requirements. Not only do his lessons inspire creativity and innovation, they also offer sound advice on how best to launch your career in audio engineering or any other related field.

Dr. Hilliard is an excellent example of what can be accomplished with hard work and dedication; he has worked tirelessly since first getting his start in the business as an intern at Sony Music Studios decades ago, where he was mentored by some of music's greatest legends like Quincy Jones and Billy Joel before moving on from that role into teaching others how they too might achieve success through similar means (if not exactly those same ones).

Conclusion

Dr. Hilliard has worked tirelessly to bring the rich history of African Americans and other people of color to life through media outlets like PBS and NPR. He has also been a consultant to the National Science Foundation on education policy, curriculum design and teacher development. As a historian who has spent most of his career working for educational institutions such as Howard University and Clark Atlanta University, Dr. Hilliard knows what it takes to be successful in academia today.