Rapper, actor and entrepreneur Chris “Ludacris” Bridges
is now adding “artist-in-residence” to his VERY impressive resume, as he has just accepted a position at Georgia State University.
It was confirmed by university officials that Bridges will mentor students and work with other professors at the Creative Media Industries Institute this fall. Being a former student of the university; he will focus his teachings on entrepreneurship in the music and film industries.
The creative institute was founded in 2014 and is expected to prepare students for careers beyond the scope of traditional degree programs. The program connects students with Atlanta’s booming film, music and video game industries.