Joshua Robinson

B.S., University of Kansas
Major: Journalism; Minor: African American Studies
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Joshua Robinson, an Ethan Allen and John and Carol Nalbandian Scholar, is a graduate of the University of Kansas (KU) with a B.S. in Journalism and a minor in African American Studies. He served as president of the KU Black Student Union and covered the Kansas Legislature for the KU Wire Service. He also held the position of Conference Chair for the 39th annual Big XII Conference on Black Student Government, where he led a committee of 12 members to bring 500 students from across the Big XII schools to the KU for workshops, keynote speakers and social activities. Joshua interned with the Kansas City Digital Media Lab, where he taught video production and mentored students. Joshua is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Currently, Joshua is an intern in the City Manager’s Office in Overland Park, KS. Contact email:

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