Belmont Director of Special Projects and Major Gifts Harry Chapman was recently chosen as an inductee for the University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication’s 2015 Class of the Grady Fellowship. The fellowship, created in 2008, honors alumni whose influence, achievements and service have contributed greatly to media professions.
Chapman worked at NewsChannel5 in Nashville for many years where he served as an anchor, produced documentaries, covered Nashville’s country music scene as an entertainment reporter, hosted “Words and Music” and was co-host for “Talk of the Town.” Chapman is also the recipient of the Grady College’s 2004 John Holloman, Jr. Award for Lifetime Achievement.
As a chosen member of the centennial class, Chapman will attend and emcee the Centennial Gala in downtown Athens on April 18 for his induction ceremony. For more information on the 100 year celebration of Grady and the events happening that weekend, click here.