Northern Kentucky University’s Anthony Mize has been recognized by WCPO-TV in its series “Next 9: Educators.” Mize currently serves as the Interim Director of African-American Programs and Services at NKU.
WCPO’s Next 9 series highlights the best and brightest minds committed to making Cincinnati great. Each month, Channel 9 accept nominations in a different category and they select young professionals to feature. This month focused on the local leaders in education.
"To be recognized by WCPO is a great honor and achievement. I am beyond grateful to have been nominated and truly hope that my work ethic and drive to impact students speaks for itself,” said Mize. “I always tell students, ‘Excellence is not a Skill; Excellence is an Attitude.’ And so, I hope that it encourages them to put their best attitude forward and to keep striving for excellence in their daily lives."
NKU’s African American Programs & Services was established in 1993, with a goal to provide programming and services to assist African American students, faculty and staff to achieve academic success. It also works to educate the campus community and surrounding region.
Mize will be honored at a reception for the honorees on March 28 at The Backstage Event Center. Click here to view WCPO’s story on Mize.