Southfield resident Anthony D. Luckett receives alumni award from UM-Dearborn
July 27, 2007
DEARBORN / July 27, 2007---Anthony D. Luckett, lecturer in television production and advanced media production at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, received the Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award from UM-Dearborn’s African American alumni affiliate in a ceremony this spring.
Luckett, who graduated from the campus’s College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters in 1989, also is an adjunct professor of film appreciation and media theory at Rochester College and adjunct professor of broadcasting and radio production at Macomb Community College.
After graduating from UM-Dearborn with a bachelor’s degree in political science and communications, Luckett earned a master’s degree in communications from Wayne State University.
Luckett was a finalist in the 11th Annual Pan African Film Festival for his 2002 film “Beautiful” and the 2nd Annual American Gem Short Script Writing Contest in 2004 for “So Red the Rose.”
Luckett is a resident of Southfield.
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