In Memoriam: Kenneth Campbell

Kenneth Campbell, assistant professor at North Carolina Central University, passed away on April 19. He was 35 years old.

Campbell began teaching at historically Black North Carolina Central University in 2023 as an assistant professor in the department of mass communication. His scholarly work focused on film studies. He helped to establish and served as an advisor for the Nineteen10 Film Alliance, a student organization dedicated to film.

Campbell graduated from North Carolina Central University in 2017 with his bachelor’s degree in mass communication with a concentration in media studies. He received a master of fine arts degree in film production from historically Black Howard University in Washington, D.C. He also held a post-graduate certificate in documentary arts from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.

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