Hampton University Professor Highlighted on Local Talk Show
09/30/2016 - #43
Hampton, Va. -- As “The Hampton Roads Show” highlights historically black colleges and universities, this week, Hampton University Assistant Professor Shonda Buchanan appeared as a guest for her remarkable literary works.
Buchanan has taught English and Foreign Languages at Hampton University for more 12 years. Her work, however, doesn’t end in the classroom. During her interview with “The Hampton Roads Show” Host Kerri Furey, Buchanan said she is currently working on eight book projects.
“I actually have a book of poetry coming out about the Goddess Icon which is different from the book I published in 2012 which is, “Who’s Afraid of Black Indians?”
Additionally, Buchanan said she is compiling her 12 years of experience as an HU professor to create a guide book for parents and students looking to attend a historically black college or university.
Buchanan touched on the reasons why she enjoys teaching at Hampton University.
“I love the population. I love the heritage and the history of the university. I love the ability to go to Emancipation tree and take my class there and to hold a poetry class under Emancipation tree.”
To learn more about Buchanan’s projects, visit ShondaBuchanan.com.