"Govs on the Go" Podcast
In the new College of Arts and Letters podcast, "Govs on the Go", Dean W. "Buzz" Hoon interviews both alumni and faculty to celebrate the stories of the college's graduates and highlight faculty accomplishments.
Ways to listen
"Govs on the Go: Faculty Spotlight"
- Stanley Yates, professor in the Department of Music.
- Tamara Smithers, professor in the Department of Art + Design.
- Talon Beeson, associate professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance.
- Allie Johnston, assistant professor in the Department of Languages and Literature.
- Tracy Nichols, associate professor in the Department of Communication.
"Govs on the Go: Alumni Edition"
- David Britton, a 2010 graduate from the Department of History and Philosophy, is the park manager of Dunbar Cave State Park and Port Royal State Historic Area in Clarksville.
- Maxie McClintock, a 2002 graduate from the Department of Theatre and Dance, is a film, TV and theatre actor in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Charles Knight, a 2005 graduate from the Department of Languages and Literature, is the executive director at USW Benefit Funds in Nashville.
- Hallie Hogan, a 1984 graduate from the Department of Music, is chair of the Department of Music at Elon University in High Point, North Carolina.
The production team
A team of graduate and undergraduate students and alumni led by Professor Karen Bullis from the Department of Communication is helping to produce the podcast.
They are Meghann Stamps, Kat McClung, Shaterra Pryor, Jim Spight, Paul Edward Schuhart, Matthew Wix, James Ingersoll, Peyton Jula, Taylor Slifko, Patton Cook, Austin Staggs, Aaron King, Dakota Stansfield, Maya Brown. Communication Professor David Ellison captured the drone footage used in the podcast intro.