Since 2003, Margaret Ann Dimond has served as an assistant professor at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. She has also performed extensive research and authored numerous articles on social work clinical outcomes. Outside of her academic career, Margaret Ann Dimond supports various nonprofit organizations, such as the Public Broadcasting Service.
The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) was recently honored at the 37th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards in New York City with 14 awards for its programming. The critically praised FRONTLINE series took home seven awards, which was the most of any program on the night. POV also won two awards, including Best Documentary.
In total, the 14 awards given to PBS programming were the most of any television organization at the event.
Stanley Nelson was also the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award for his acclaimed body of documentary work, as well as his many films depicting African American life.
A complete list of News & Documentary Emmy Award winners can be found at http://emmyonline.com/news_37th_winners.