Bemidji State University
1500 Birchmont Drive, NE, Bemidji, MN 56601-2699. Tel: (218) 755-3358; FAX: (218) 755-4369. Email: <LMengelkock@bemidjistate.edu>. Department of Mass Communication. Louise Mengelkoch, chair.
Mass Communication Program: Offers BS in Mass Communication, with concentrations in print, public relations, and broadcast media.
• Minnesota State University Mankato
136 Nelson Hall, Mankato, MN 56001. Tel: (507) 389-6417, FAX: (507) 389-5525. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Mass Media Department, 1968. SPJ, PRSSA. Mavis Richardson, chair. FACULTY: Profs.: Charles Lewis, Marshel Rossow; Assoc. Prof.: Ellen Mrja, Jane McConnell, Amy Lauters, Mavis Richardson; Adj. Fac.: Pete Steiner, John Cross, Rachael Hanel, Michael Larson, Amanda Dyslin; Prof. Emer.: Gladys B. Olson, John Gaterud.
FACILITIES: CN, DR, FM, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS
• Minnesota, University of
111 Murphy Hall, 206 Church St. S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455-0418. Tel: (612) 625-1338, FAX: (612) 626-8251. Email: <email@example.com>. School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1924. AAF, KTA, NABJ, PRISM, PRSSA, SPJ. Albert R. Tims, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: John Eighmey (Mithun Land Grant Chair in Advtg.), Ronald Faber, Kathleen Hansen (dir., undergraduate studies), Jane Kirtley (Silha prof. & dir., Silha Center), Dan Sullivan (Cowles chair), Daniel B. Wackman; Assoc. Profs.: Kenneth Doyle, Jisu Huh (interim director, graduate studies), Chris Ison, Dona Schwartz, Albert Tims (director), and Marco Yzer; Asst. Profs: Jennifer Ball, Giovanna Dell’Orto, Heather LaMarre, Seth Lewis, Rebekah Nagler, Hyejoon Rim, Amy Sanders, Shayla Stern, and Jennifer Williams; Teaching Specialists: Dana Benson, Gayle Golden, Jennifer Johnson, and Profs. Emer.: Tsan-Kuo Chang, Hazel Dicken-Garcia, Irving Fang, Chin Chuan Lee, Philip J. Tichenor, Jean W. Ward, William Wells; Professional Staff: Jean Kucera, Nora Paul, Rebecca Rassier and Walfred Swanson.
FACILITIES: AP, CCTV, CN, JM, AM/FM, AdA, VDT, ComN, PRA.
DEGREES: BA, MA, PhD.
• Minnesota State University, Moorhead
Moorhead, MN 56563. Tel: (218) 477-2983/2855, FAX: (218) 477-4333, Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Mass Communications Department, 1967. AAF, PRSSA, SPJ. Mark Strand, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Martin Grindeland, Wayne Gudmundson, C.T. Hanson, Daniel R. Johnson, Mark Strand, Camilla Wilson; Assoc. Profs.: William B. Hall, Reggie Radniecki; Asst. Prof.: Deneen Gilmour, Jody Mattern, Aaron Quanbeck; Instrs.: Mark Anthony, David Arntson, David Christy, Liz Conmy, Nancy Edmonds Hanson, David Howland, Jason Hummel, Kerstin Kealy, Rob Kupec, Braden Kuznia, Daphne Meyers, Anita Morgan, Paul Ott, Robert Schieffer, Jasper Schneider, Larry Scott, James Shaw, Geri Stowman, Katherine Tweed, Kevin Wallevand; Profs. Emer.: Marv Bossart, Allen E. Carter, Shelton Gunaratne, Roger G. Hamilton (dec.), Melva Moline.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Broadcast Journalism, Photojournalism, Print Journalism, PR, Dual Major in English/Mass Communications, Integrated Advertising/PR, Online Journalism.
FACILITIES: AP, AM, AdA, CATV, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComR, ComTV, DR, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BS, BA.
• St. Cloud State University
720 4th Ave. S., St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498. Tel: (320) 308-3293, FAX: (320) 308-2083 <email@example.com>; Website: <http://www.stcloudstate.edu/comm/index.html>. Department of Mass Communications, 1972. AAF, Minn. Newspaper Assoc., PRSSA, SPJ. Mark Mills, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Niaz Ahmed (grad prog. dir.), Roya Akhavan, Lisa Heinrich, Mark Mills, Peter Przytula, Michael Vadnie (coord., News Editorial); Assoc. Profs.: Marie Dick, Gregory Martin (coord. Broadcast), Roger Rudolph (coord., Adv.), Mark Eden, Gretchen Tiberghien (coord., PR); Asst. Profs.: Bill Huntzicker, Zengjun Peng, David Shanks; Adjunct Profs.: James Gray, Jo McMullen-Boyer, Courtney Hill-Youngquist, Mike Knaak, Paul Middlestaedt, Noreen Kaluza, Martin Sundvall, Joel Swanson, Mark Monn, Tim Hennagir; Ann Schwalboski, Jeff Engholm; Profs. Emer.: Bernard Boland, E. Scott Bryce, R. John DeSanto, Amde-Michael Habte, Richard Hill, J. Brent Norlem, Francis Voelker.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Broadcast, News Editorial, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AdA, AP, FM, CATV, CN, ComN, Dr, PRA, VUT, JN.
DEGREES: BS, MS.
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota
700 Terrace Heights, Winona, MN 55987. Tel: (507) 457-1502, FAX: (507) 457-1633. Email: DBECKMAN@smumn.edu Mass Communication Program, Department of Social Science. Dean Beckman, Coordinator.
Offers majors in Public Relations, Journalism and Electronic Publishing and minors in Public Relations, Journalism and Electronic Publishing.
• St. Thomas, University of
St. Paul, MN 55105. Tel: (612) 962-5250, FAX: (612) 962-6360. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication & Journalism, 1958. SPJ, PRSSA, Ad Fed, Lambda Pi Eta communication honorary. Wendy Wyatt, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Carol Bruess, Kris Bunton, Thomas Connery, John Cragan, Robert Craig, Mark Neuzil, Kevin Sauter; Assoc. Profs.: Bernard Armada, Mike O’Donnell, Debra Petersen, Tim Scully, Wendy Wyatt; Asst. Profs.: Betsy Anderson, Craig Bryan, Dina Gavrilos, Xiaowen Guan, John Purdy, Greg Vandegrift; Part-Time Instrs.: Mark Anfinson, Dianne Blake, Marla Borer, Douglas Caldwell, Jeff Cook, Paul Klauda, Sara Klomp, Anna Kudak, Elizabeth Otto, David Schuelke, Kitty Shea.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Communication Studies, Journalism, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AM, AP, CATV, CCTV, ComN, PRA, VDT, www.TommieMedia.com
• Winona State University
Winona, MN 55987. Tel: (507) 457-5474; FAX: (507) 457-5155. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Mass Communication, 1981. AERO, NBS, PRSSA, SCJ, AAF. Ron Elcombe, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Ajit Daniel, Dan Eastman, Ron Elcombe, Tom Grier, Cindy Killion, John Vivian, Asst. Profs.: James A. Bowey, Tanya Rolfson; Staff: Mike Martin, Sheila Rinn, Ellen Severson. Terese Tenseth, Doug Westerman.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Broadcast, Journalism, Photography/Digital Imaging , Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AP, FM, CATV, CN, ComN, DR, ETV, JN, VDT.
614 W. Superior St., Alma, MI 48801. Tel: (989) 463-7054; FAX: (989) 463-7717. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Communication program: Communication majors investigate the way messages and media influence individuals, groups, and societies through rigorous coursework and a required internship. This investigation helps students better understand, analyze, and address communication problems and practices in their interpersonal, organizational, technological and cultural contexts. The department offers a minor in communication studies as well as an interdisciplinary minor in digital communication and new media.
3201 Burton S.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49546. Tel: (616) 526-6283, FAX: (616) 526-6601, Internet: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication Arts and Sciences. Randall Bytwerk, chair.
Communication Programs: BA degree with liberal-arts emphases in mass media and film.
Department of English (Journalism minor). Don Hettinga, professor, (616) 526-6520. Interdisciplinary liberal-arts program with strong writing component.
• Central Michigan University
454 Moore Hall, Mount Pleasant, MI 48859. Tel: (989) 774-3196. Fax: (989) 774-7114. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Journalism, 1959. AAF, PRSSA, SPJ, CPPA, CONA. Maria B. Marron, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: John Hartman, Maria Marron, Alice Tait, Jiafei Yin; Assoc. Prof.: Tim Boudreau; Asst. Profs.: Sean Baker, Lori F. Brost, Elina Erzikova, Sara Kubik, Kent Miller, Richard “Chunbo” Ren, Edgar Simpson, Johnny Sparks; Full-time Assoc. Prof.; Jim Wojcik; Full-Time Asst. Profs.: Doug Berry, Ken McDonald, Carol McGinnis, Teresa Hernandez; Part-time Instructors: Neil Blake, Tim Fitzgerald, Pat Lichtman, Ron Marmarelli, Mark Ranzenberger, Dawn Paine, Betsy Rau.
MAJORS: Journalism, Online Journalism, Photojournalism, Advertising.
CONCENTRATIONS: Advertising, News-Editorial, Photojournalism, Public Relations.
DEGREES: BA, BS.
Detroit Mercy, University of
P.O. Box 19900, 4001 W. McNichols, Detroit, MI 48219-0900. Tel: (313) 993-1698, FAX: (313) 993-1166. Email: <email@example.com>. Communication Studies Department, 1956. Barbara J. Bolz, Chair.
Journalism Program: One of the most popular majors of the university, the department has opportunities in electronic broadcasting, communication, public relations/ advertising and journalism.
Eastern Michigan University
612 Pray Harrold, Ypsilanti, MI 48197-4210. Tel: (734) 487-4220, FAX: (734) 483-9744. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of English Language and Literature. Laura George, head. Carol Schlagheck, Journalism Program Coordinator.
Journalism Program: Offers a major and minor in Journalism and an interdisciplinary major in Public Relations. Journalism courses cover news/feature writing, copyediting, editorial procedures of layout and design, history of journalism, law and Web journalism. Public Relations courses cover writing for public relations, principles of public relations, case studies in public relations, radio-TV-film production and continuity writing, organizational communications, graphic communications, copyediting, public speaking and persuasion. Internships available and recommended in both fields.
Grand Valley State University
1 Campus Dr., Allendale, MI 49401-9401. Tel: (616) 331-3668, FAX: (616) 331-2700. Email: <email@example.com>. Website: <www.gvsu.edu>. School of Communications. Anthony Thompson, director.
Journalism Program: BA, BS degrees offered in Journalism, Advertising/PR, Photography, Broadcasting, Film/Video, Communication Studies, Theatre, and Health Communication. Master’s program (MS) in Communication Management.
FACILITIES: WGVU-TV (PBS station) and WGVU-FM (NPR station).
36600 Schoolcraft, Livonia, MI 48150. Tel: (734) 432-5559, FAX: (734) 432-5393. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Website: <www.madonna.edu>. Journalism-Public Relations Program, 1947. Neal Haldane, director.
Journalism Program: Program is broadly based to include aspects of newspaper, magazine, publicity, graphics, television, photography and advertising production.
Video Communications: Aimed at those interested in writing, producing and directing for single-camera productions and/or business videos.
Michigan, University of
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285. Tel: (734) 764-0420, FAX: (734) 764-3288. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication Studies, 1926. WICI, NABJ. Michael Traugott, chair. Susan Douglas, director, interdepartmental PhD program.
SEQUENCES: BA, Communication Studies; PhD, (interdepartmental), Mass Communication.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, AP, CCTV, CN, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, PhD.
• Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1212. Tel: (517) 355-3410; Fax: (517) 432-1244. Web: <www.cas.msu.edu>. College of Communication Arts and Sciences, founded 1955. IABC, KTA, SND, SPJ, WICI, PRSSA. Pamela Whitten, Dean. Stephen Lacy, Assoc. Dean; Janet Lillie, Assoc. Dean; Maria Lapinski, Assoc. Dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Charles Atkin (Chair, Dept. of Communication), Johannes Bauer, Howard Bossen, Franklin Boster, Mary Bresnahan, Jane Briggs-Bunting, Sue Carter, Richard Cole (Chair, Dept. of Advertising, Public Relations and Retailing), Lucinda Davenport (Dir., School of Journalism), Jim Detjen (Dir., Knight Center), William Donohue, Fred Fico, Linda Good, Carrie Heeter, Patricia Huddleston, Stephen Lacy (Dir., Media and Information Studies doctoral program), Robert Larose, Tim Levine, Mark Levy, John Molloy, Dawn Pysarchik, Nora Rifon, Charles T. Salmon, Brenda Sternquist, Sandi Smith (Dir., Health and Risk Communication Ctr.), Charles Steinfield (Chair, Dept. of Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media), Ron Tamborini, Ewen Todd, Bruce Vanden Bergh, Joe Walther, Pamela Whitten, Steven Wildman (Dir., Quello Ctr.); Assoc. Profs: Keith Adler, Manuel Chavez, Eric Freedman, Darcy Greene, Maria Lapinski, Hairong Li, Vernon Miller, Kelly Morrison, Steve McCornack, Folu F. Ogundimu, Jennifer Olson, Hye-Jin Paek, Hee Sun Park, John Sherry, Kami Silk, Brian Winn, Gwen Wittenbaum; Asst. Profs: Daniel Bergan, Henry Brimmer, Janice Bukovac-Phelps, Jessica Carlo, Soo-Eun Chang, Constantinos Coursaris, Kurt DeMaagd, Laura Dilley, Nicole Ellison, Alex Games, Amanda Holmstrom, Thomas Hove, Clifford Lampe, Janet Lillie, Khadidiatou Ndiaye, Wei Peng, Swarnavel Pillai, Elizabeth Taylor Quilliam, Michael Stamm, Geri Alumit Zeldes; Specialists: Bob Albers, Lori Anne Dickerson, journalism intern coordinator, Robert Gould, Visiting Broadcaster in Residence, Joe Grimm, Visiting New Media editor in residence, Cheryl Pell (Dir., Michigan Interscholastic Press Association), Gary Reid; Graphics Editor in Residence: Karl Gude; Profs. Emeritus: Tom Baldwin, Bradley Greenberg, Gordon Miracle, Thomas Muth, Bonnie Reece.
FACILITIES: AP, AM, FM, CCTV, ComN, CN, DR, ETV, VDT, Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, Quello Center for Telecommunication Management and Law, Health and Risk Communication Center, Games for Entertainment and Learning (GEL) Lab, Digital Media Arts and Technology (DMAT) Lab, Communication Technology Lab, Social Media R&D Lab
SPECIALIZATIONS: Design; Game Design and Development, Information Technology, Public Relations, Sales Communication.
DEGREES: BA in Advertising; Communication; Communicative Sciences and Disorders; Media Arts & Technology; Journalism; Tele-communication, Information Studies and Media; BS in Media & Communication Technology; master’s degree in Advertising; Communication; Communicative Sciences and Disorders; Journalism; Health Communication; Public Relations; Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media; PhD in Communication; Media and Information Studies.
Rochester, MI 48309-4401. Tel: (248) 370-4120/4121, FAX: (248) 370-4208; Email: <shreve@ oakland.edu>. Website: www.oakland.edu/rcj/jrn/. Journalism Program, 1978. Holly Shreve Gilbert, co-director.
Journalism Program: Professional approach, designed to educate and train reporters, with emphases on print, new media, web, public relations, broadcast and advertising. Mandatory internship. Scholarships available.
Wayne State University
585 Manoogian, Detroit, MI 48201. Tel: (313) 577-6299, FAX: (313) 577-6300. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication. Matt Seeger, Chair.
The Department offers B.A., M.A. and PhD degrees. The Department of Communication at Wayne State University is composed of a number of academic areas including: Media Arts and Studies (BA, MA, PhD), Hayg Oshagan, Director; Communication Studies (BA, MA, PhD), Mary Garret, Director; Journalism (BA, MA), Benjamin Burns, Director; Film (BA), Jackie Byars, Director; Dispute Resolution (MA), Loraleigh Keashley, Director. The Department also offers Graduate Certificates in Health Communication, Dispute Resolution, and New Media.
Western Michigan University
1903 W. Michigan St., Kalamazoo, MI 49008-3805. Tel: (269) 387-3148, FAX: (269) 387-3990; Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication and Journalism, 1976. Dr. Richard Junger, Program Director.
Sequences: Broadcast, News-Editorial, Magazine. Degree offered, BA.
• Boston University
640 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215. Tel: (617) 353-3450, FAX: (617) 353-3405. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. College of Communication, 1947. PRSSA, SPJ, WICI, B/PAA, BEA. Thomas E. Fiedler, Dean.
Communication Programs: Undergraduate: Film and Television, Communication (Mass Communication, Advertising and Public Relations), Journalism (News Editorial, Magazine, Multi-media Journalism, Photojournalism, Broadcast Journalism). Graduate: News-Editorial Journalism, Broadcast Journalism, Business and Economics Journalism, Narrative non-fiction, Film, Mass Communication, Public Relations, Television, Media Ventures, Science and Medical Journalism.
Dual-Degree Programs: Mass Communication/Law (MS/JD), Media Ventures/ Business Administration (MS/MBA). Joint Degree: International Relations and International Communication (MA).
• Emerson College
120 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02116. Tel: (617) 824-8354, FAX: (617) 824-8569. School of Communication, 1997. SPJ, BEA, AER, NATAS, RTNDA. Stuart J. Sigman, dean.
SEQUENCES: Video, Film, Audio, Print and Broadcast Journalism, Integrated Marketing Communication, Advertising, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: FM, AP, UPI, TV Studios, VDT, CATV, CN, ComN, ComTV, DR.
DEGREES: BA, BFA, BS, MA.
Amherst, MA 01002. Tel: (413) 549-4600, Ext. 501. School of Communications and Cognitive Science. Richard Muller, dean.
Journalism Program: Interdisciplinary program in communication study; TV and print journalism; mass communication emphasis on liberal arts background.
Massachusetts, University of
108 Bartlett Hall, Amherst, MA 01003-0520. Tel: (413) 545-1376, FAX: (413) 545-3880. Email: <email@example.com>. Journalism Department, 1971. KTA. Karen List, director.
• Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue, 102 Lake Hall, Boston, MA 02115-5000. Tel: (617) 373-3236, FAX: (617) 373-8773. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. School of Journalism, PRSSA. KTA, New England Press Association. Stephen Burgard, Director and Associate Professor.
FACULTY: Prof.: Nicholas Daniloff; Assoc. Profs.: Belle Adler, Charles Fountain, William Kirtz, Laurel Leff, James Ross, Alan Schroeder; Asst. Profs.: Elizabeth Matson, Kellianne Murphy (coord., Cooperative Education Placement); Lectrs.: Carlene Hempel, Gladys McKie, Lincoln McKie; Visiting Prof.: Daniel Kennedy; Part-Time Fac.: David Abel, Dana Barbuto, Michael Blanding, James Chiavelli, Allan Coukell, Paul Della Valle, Anne-Marie
Dorning, Jean Lang, Tinker Ready, Robert Sales, Jody Santos, Gary Witherspoon, John Wolfson, Dennis Vandal.
FACILITIES: CATV, CN, AdA, ComN, ComR, ComTV, DR, PRA, VDT, FM.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
Boston, MA 02115. Tel: (617) 521-2838, FAX: (617) 521-3199, Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communications. James Corcoran, chair.
Journalism Program: Writing for news media. Reporting, features, interviews, editorials, reviews. Emphasis is on the practical, with students encouraged to supplement classroom experience and instruction through work on campus publications and supervised professional internships off campus.
320 Washington St., Easton, MA 02357. Tel: (508) 565-1116; FAX: (508) 565-1565; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication & Theatre Arts, 1983. Deanna F. Womack, chair.
BA in communication; minor in journalism. Emphasizes impact of media on society & theory, and research. Required courses in media systems, media theory, and electronic media industries.
41 Temple Street, Boston, MA 02114. Tel: (617) 573-8236; FAX: (617) 742-6982. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication and Journalism. Dr. Robert Rosenthal, chair.
Journalism Programs: Print Journalism, Broadcast Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations, Film, Communication Studies, Advertising, Organizational Communication.
FACILITIES: HD Television Studio, Media Lab, Dark Room, Journalism Computer Lab, Film Theater.
Bowie State University
14000 Jericho Park Rd., Bowie, MD 20715-9465. Tel: (301) 860-3711, FAX: (301) 860-3728. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communications, 1976. Dr. Otis Thomas, chair.
The Department of Communications at Bowie State University offers a B.S., B.A. and four concentrations in the communications undergraduate program: Broadcast Journalism, Emerging Media, Print Journalism, and Public Relations. Students also can pursue an M.A. in Organizational Communications.
Defense Information School
6500 Mapes Road, Ft. George G. Meade, MD 20755-5620. Tel.: (301) 677-2173. Email: <email@example.com>, Web: <www.dinfos.osd.mil>. Lt. Col. R. Steven Murray, Chief, Public Affairs Department.
The Defense Information School has a long-standing tradition of producing outstanding Public Affairs and Visual Information personnel for the Department of Defense.
1021 Dulaney Valley Road, Baltimore, MD 21204. Tel: (800) 697-4646, (410) 337-6200; FAX: (410) 337-6085. Email: <Communications@goucher.edu>. MFA in Creative Nonfiction. 1998. Patsy Sims, director.
Program Offers: students are encouraged to pursue specific interests in television and film studies, radio and television production, print and radio and television journalism, photography, advertising and public relations, human communication and media research, and popular culture studies. Goucher’s limited-residency program allows students to complete most of the requirements off campus. It includes four semesters of work, three summer residencies, and an internship.
401 Rosemont Ave., Frederick, MD 21701. Tel: (301) 696-3131, FAX: (301) 696-3586. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Communication Arts Program. Al Weinberg, dir., prof. of journalism.
Communication Program: BA in communication arts offered. Program requires a core of basic courses and then allows students to choose an emphasis, including journalism (print, online or broadcast), public relations, film studies or web design. A separate concentration in digital media is also offered.
Loyola University Maryland
4501 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21210-2601. Tel: (410) 617-2528, FAX: (410) 617-2198. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication. Russell Cook, Chair, Digital Media; Neil Alperstein, Adv./PR; Elliot King, Journalism; Jonathan Lillie, Online Media; Kaye Wise Whitehead, Digital Media; Tania Cantrell Rosas Moreno, Public Relations; John Devecka, Radio; Herbert Dunmore, Television.
BA generalist Communication program with specializations in Advertising/Public Relations, Digital Media, Journalism. Internships, international study, media labs. Majors: 400.
• Maryland, University of
1100 Knight Hall.) Tel: (301) 405-2399 (Main Office), 405-2383 (Dean’s Office), FAX: (301) 314-9166. Philip Merrill College of Journalism, 1947. KTA, SPJ, NABJ, RTNDA. Kevin Klose, dean; Katherine McAdams, Olive Reid, associate deans.
FACULTY: Profs.: Haynes Johnson (Knight Chair in Journalism), Susan Moeller, Linda Steiner, Carl Sessions Stepp, Lee Thornton (Richard Eaton Broadcast Chair); Assoc. Profs.: Ira Chinoy, Christopher Hanson, John Newhagen, Eric Zanot; Asst. Prof: Kalyani Chadha, Ron Yaros; Professor of the Practice: Carol Rogers; Abell Professor, Sandra Banisky, Kevin Blackistone(Shirley Povich Chair in Sports Journalism), George Solomon, Shirley Povich Visiting Professor, Leslie Walker, (Knight Visiting Professor; Lectrs.: Diana Huffman, Rafael Lorente (dir., Annapolis Bureau), Adrianne Flynn (dir., Washington Bureau), Penny Bender Fuchs, Christine Harvey, Sue Kopen Katcef, Alice Bonner, Cassandra Clayton, Deborah Nelson; Dir. of Undergraduate Studies: Olive Reid; Faculty Assocs.: Rem Rieder (American Journalism Review); Lucinda Fleeson (Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program); Prof. Emer.: Maurine Beasley, Douglas Gomery, Jon Franklin, Ray Eldon Hiebert, L. John Martin, Eugene L. Roberts.
SEQUENCES: The College has emphases on broadcast, and print/online/multimedia journalism, with a special focus on public affairs reporting. It offers student-operated news bureaus in Annapolis and Washington, D.C. (Capital News Service).
DEGREES: BA, MJ, MA, PhD.
• Maryland, University of
2130A Skinner Hall, College Park, MD 20742-7635. Tel: (301) 405-8077, FAX: (301) 314-9471. Department of Communication, 1998. Elizabeth Toth, Chair.
FACULTY: Assoc. Profs.: Linda Aldoory, Public Relations, Health Communication, Feminist Scholarship; Deborah A. Cai, Intercultural Communication, Persuasion, Negotiation & Conflict; Robert Coleman, Lecturer, Visual Communication; Edward L. Fink, Professor, Communication Theory, Research Methods, Cognition & Persuasion; Robert N. Gaines, Professor, History of Rhetoric, Textual Criticism Julie Gowin, Outreach Coordinator, Experiential Learning; Dale Hample, Associate Professor, Argumentation, Interpersonal Communication; Caroline Harper, Coordinator, Programs at Shady Grove Kathleen E. Kendall, Research Professor, Political Campaign Communication Sahar Mohamed Khamis, Assistant Professor, Middle Eastern Media, Public Relations; James F. Klumpp, Professor, Contemporary Rhetorical Theory & Criticism, Social Change Meina Liu, Assistant Professor, Intercultural Communication, Organizational Communication, Negotiation & Conflict; Kristy Maddux, Assistant Professor, Rhetoric, Religion, Feminist Theory Xiaoli Nan, Assistant Professor, Persuasion & Social Influence, Health Communication; Nneka Ifeoma Ofulue, Assistant Professor, Feminist & Rhetorical Criticism, Religious Communication Shawn J. Parry-Giles, Professor & Director of Graduate Studies, Political Communication, Rhetorical, Feminist & Media Criticism Trevor Parry-Giles, Associate Professor, Rhetoric & Political Culture, Legal Communication; Torsten Reimer, Assistant Professor, Persuasion and Social Influence Brecken Chinn Swartz, Visiting Assistant Professor, Communication Theory, Mass Media; Judith Tenney, Lecturer, Organizational, Interpersonal, & Nonverbal Communication Mari Boor Tonn, Associate Professor, Feminist & Rhetorical Criticism, Political Communication, Public Address Elizabeth L. Toth, Professor & Chair, Public Relations, Feminist Scholarship Richard J. Toth, Lecturer, Public Relations ; Monique Mitchell Turner, Associate Professor, Social Influence, Persuasion, Compliance Gaining Leah Waks, Senior Lecturer & Director of Undergraduate Studies, Mediation, Group Dynamics, Conflict Management in Organizations Susan Whyte-Simon, Lecturer, Public Relations ; Andrew D. Wolvin, Professor, Listening, Communication Management, Communication Education; Emeritus Profs.: James E. Grunig, Public Relations, Organizational Communication; Larissa A. Grunig, Public Relations, Activism, Feminist Theory, Communication Theory.
8000 York Rd., Towson, MD 21252 Tel. (410) 704-3431, FAX: (410) 704-3656. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mass Communication and Communication Studies Department. Charles Flippen, Chair.
Mass Communication Program: 1100 BA, BS and MA students 20 full-time and 50 part-time faculty). Tracks in Journalism and New Media, Advertising and Strategic Public Relations and Integrated Communication. Certificates in Broadcast Journalism and Interdisciplinary Marketing Specialization. Also, BA and BS in Communication Studies. Masters in Communication Management.
• Maine, University of
Orono, ME 04469-5724. Tel: (207) 581-1283, FAX: (207) 581-1286, Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication and Journalism, 1948. AAF, BEA, SPJ. Paul Grosswiler, chair.
FACULTY: Prof.: Kristin M. Langellier, John C. Sherblom; Assoc. Profs.: Paul Grosswiler, Laura Lindenfeld, Kathryn Olmstead, Eric E. Peterson, Michael Socolow, Nathan Stormer, Claire F. Sullivan; Asst. Prof.: Sunny Skye Hughes.
FACILITIES: AP, CCTV, CN, ETV, FM, VDT.
DEGREE: BA in Journalism or Mass Communication.
Grambling State University
P.O. Box 4292, Grambling, LA 71245. Tel: (318) 274-2189/2403, FAX: (318) 274-3194. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Mass Communication, 1988. PRSSA, NABJ, NBS, SND, WICI. Martin O. Edu, head.
SEQUENCES: Broadcasting, Journalism: Business, Print, Sports, Visual and Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AM, FM, AP, CATV, DR, JN, VDT.
DEGREES: BA and MA in Mass Communication.
• Louisiana State University
211 Journalism Building, Baton Rouge, LA 70803-7202. Tel: (225) 578-2336, FAX: (225) 578-2125; Web: <www.manship.lsu.edu> Email: email@example.com. Manship School of Mass Communication, 1925. AAF, KTA, NABJ, PRSSA, SPJ, SPIN. Jerry Ceppos, dean; Andrea Miller, assoc. dean – undergraduate; Meghan Sanders, assoc. dean – research; Amy Reynolds, assoc. dean – graduate.
FACULTY: Professors: Jerry Ceppos, Louis A. Day, Margaret DeFleur, Robert K. Goidel, John M. Hamilton, David D. Kurpius, Robert Mann, Amy Reynolds; Associate Professors: Jinx Broussard, Craig Freeman, Lisa Lundy, Andrea Miller, Anne Osborne, Lance Porter, Meghan Sanders, Judith Sylvester; Assistant Professors: Erin Coyle, Nicole Dahmen, Johanna Dunaway, Josh Grimm, Yongick Jeong, Jensen Moore, Hyojung Park, Rosanne Scholl, Felicia Song, Chris Weber, Kasey Windels; Distinguished Professors: John Breaux, Melvin L. DeFleur, William Dickinson, George Lockwood; Instructors: Roxanne Dill, Jennifer Macha, Tad Odell; Emeritus Professors: Ronald Garay, Ralph Izard, Bill Ross; Emerita Professor: Laura Lindsay; Emeritus Associate Professor: Jay Perkins; Professionals-in-Residences: Cindy Carter, Alex Cook, Bob Ritter (Director of Student Media), James Shelledy; Endowed Chair Professors: Robert Mann, James Shelledy.
AREAS: Advertising, Journalism, Political Communication, Public Relations
FACILITIES: AP, CCTV, ETV, FM, JM, JN, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BMC, MMC, PhD.
Louisiana State University in Shreveport
Bronson Hall, Room 330, Shreveport, LA 71115. Tel: (318) 797-5375, FAX: (318) 797-5132. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communications. Jack Nolan, chair.
SEQUENCES: Mass Communications (Journalism), Mass Communications (Public Relations), Speech, Speech Pathology.
FACILITIES: Writing, desktop publishing labs.
Louisiana Tech University
152 Keeny, P.O. Box 10258, Ruston, LA 71272-0045. Tel: (318) 257-4427, FAX: (318) 257-4558. Email: <email@example.com>; Web: <http://eb.journ.latech.edu>. Journalism Department, 1928. Thomas Edward Blick, Jr., head.
FACILITIES: FM, AdA, ComN, ComR, DR, JN, VDT.
• Louisiana at Lafayette, University of
Room 107, Burke-Hawthorne Hall, Hebrard Blvd., Lafayette, LA 70503 or PO Box 43650, Lafayette, LA 70504-3650. Tel: (337) 482-6103, FAX: (337) 482-6104. Website: http://comm.louisiana.edu. Department of Communication, 1981. AF, ACA, PRSSA, SPJ, SCM, SNPA, LPA, NCS, ICE, PIMS, LBEA, NAB, NAMJ, ASJMC, Hearst Awards program. T. Michael Maher, head.
SEQUENCES: Interpersonal/Organizational Communication, Mass Communication (Advertising, Broadcasting or Journalism seq.) and Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, CATV, CCTV, ComN, DR, ETV, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, MS.
• Louisiana at Monroe, University of
Monroe, LA 71209-0322. Tel.: (318) 342-1406, FAX: (318) 342-1422. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Department of Communication. 1955. KTA, PRAL, PRSSA, SPJ. Carl L. Thameling, Department head.
FACULTY: Assoc. Prof.: Bette J. Kauffman; Asst. Profs.: Peggy Bowers, Chris Mapp, John Rodriguez
SEQUENCES: Journalism, Public Relations, Management and Marketing, Media Production.
FACILITIES: AP, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComR, ComTV, DR, FM (2), PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
• Loyola University New Orleans
6363 St. Charles Ave., Box 201, New Orleans, LA 70118. Tel: (504) 865-3430, FAX: (504) 865-2333. Email: <email@example.com> Web: <http://www.loyno.edu/masscomm>. School of Mass Communication, 1937. AAF, KTA, PRSSA, RTDNA, SPJ. Sonya Forte Duhé, director.
FACULTY: Prof.: Sonya Forte Duhé (director), David Myers (Rev. Aloysius B. Goodspeed, S.J./Beggars Distinguished Professor in Mass Communication), Leslie G. Parr, (dir. Center for the Study of New Orleans, J. Cathy Rogers; Robert Thomas (Loyola Chair in Environmental Communications and dir. Center for Environmental Communication); Assoc. Profs.: S.L. Alexander; Asst. Profs.: Valerie Andrews, (dir. Shawn M. Donnelley Center for Nonprofit Communications), Yolanda Cal, Mark Poepsel, David Zemmels; Visiting Professor, Andrew Nelson; Prof Emer.; A.L. Lorenz; Instrs.: Cheryl Dejoie-LaCabe, Michael Guisti, Lisa C. Martin, Tamar Grace Meduerditchian, Eric Morgan, Jeffrey Ory.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Journalism, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AdA, AP, CN, ComN, ComTV, DR, PRA, VDT.
• McNeese State University
Box 90335, Lake Charles, LA 70609. Tel: (337) 475-5290, FAX: (337) 475-5291. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Department of Mass Communication. PRSSA. Robert Markstrom, Interim Dept. Head.
FACULTY (Mass Communication): Profs.: Carrie Chrisco; Assts. Prof.: Tracy Standley, Instrs.: Shonell Bacon.
FACULTY (Speech Program): Assoc. Prof.: Larry Vinson; Instrs.: David Kay, Robert Markstrom, Greg Stratton, Amy Veuleman.
SEQUENCES: Journalism, Media Production, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: Broadcast Studios (TV and Radio), and Control Room, two computer labs, including multi-media production, CD and DVD; five editing suites.
New Orleans, University of
127 Liberal Arts Building, New Orleans, LA 70148. Tel: (504) 286-6273; (504) 286-6378 (student newspaper). Email: <English@uno.edu>. Journalism Area, English Department. Peter Schock, chair.
Journalism Program: Three-person journalism faculty offers coursework and minor in print journalism.
• Nicholls State University
P.O. Box 2031, Thibodaux, LA 70310. Tel: (985) 448-4586, FAX: (985) 448-4577. Website: http://www.nicholls.edu/maco Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Mass Communication, 1957. James L. Stewart, Ph.D., head.
FACULTY: Prof.: Lloyd Chiasson; Assoc. Profs.: James L. Stewart (head); Asst. Prof.: Andy Simoncelli; Instrs.: Lance Arnold, Nicki Boudreaux, A. Laure Chamberlain, Felicia Harry; Prof Emer.: Alfred Delahaye.
SEQUENCES: Broadcast Journalism, Print Journalism, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AdA, FM, CATV, CN, ComN, ComTV, PRA, VDT.
Southern University and A&M College
220 Stewart Hall, Baton Rouge, LA 70813. Tel.: (225) 771-5790, FAX: (225) 771-4943. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Mass Communications, 1978. Mahmoud Braima, head.
AREAS: Journalism, Broadcast, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AP, CCTV
DEGREE: BA and MA in mass communication.
• Southeastern Louisiana University
223 D Vickers Hall, SLU 10451, Hammond, LA 70402. Tel.: (985) 549-2105. Department of Communication. Suzette Plaisance Bryan, Interim Department Head, Web: http://www.selu.edu/acad_research/depts/comm/index.html.
FACULTY: Prof.: Joe Mirando; Assoc. Profs.: Joe Burns; Claudia McCalman; Asst. Profs.: Carol Madere; Claire Procopio; Amber Narro; Instrs.: Thomas Turnipseed; Sue Terrillion,; Steve Bellas; Terri Miller-Drufner; Cheryl Settoon; Shawndee Fluker; Elizabeth Hornsby.
Sequences: Undergraduate – Speech Communication, Mass Communication, Organizational Communication, Electronic Media, Public Relations; Graduate – Organizational Communication
Degrees: BA, MA.
Xavier University of Louisiana
909 South Jeff Davis Parkway, Suite 510; Mailing Address: 1 Drexel Drive, Campus Box 93, New Orleans, LA 70125. Tel: (504) 520-5087, Fax: (504) 520-7919. Email: email@example.com. Department of Communications, 1982. Ross Louis, Department Chair. Mass Communication Program Director: Arnold Crump, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Communications Program: Undergraduate liberal arts based program; Sequences: Public Relations, Print, Broadcast; Houses the Xavier Herald, XTV, and XRadio
Facilities: HDTV Studio, Radio Production Lab, Video/ Audio Editing Lab, Writing Lab
1 Macklem Drive, Wilmore, KY 40390-1198. Tel.: (859) 858-3511; FAX: (859) 858-3921. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication Arts, 1983. James R. Owens, chair.
Journalism Program: Three sequences: News-Editorial, Public Relations, Magazine & Publishing; Literary Journalism.
Media Communications Program: Five sequences: Performance, Production, Film Studies, Multimedia.
Applied Communications Program: Five sequences: Rhetorical Studies, Communication Studies, Theatre, Public Relations, Leadership. Independent student newspaper with web edition; yearbook, literary magazine, campus-wide radio stations, cable TV covering surrounding county, Media 100, web page production, recording studio, special-interest magazines; internships in print and electronic media.
• Eastern Kentucky University
Combs 317-EKU, 521 Lancaster Ave., Richmond, KY 40475-3102. Tel: (859) 622-1871, FAX: (859) 622-8214. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Department of Communication, 1973. KTA, PRSSA, SPJ. Elizabeth K. Hansen, interim chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Elizabeth K. Hansen, Michael Hesse; Assoc. Profs.: John Fitch, Karen Rudick, John Taylor, Amy Thieme, Jayne Violette; Asst. Profs.: Chad Cogdill, Jennifer Fairchild, Jim Gleason, Kathy Keltner, Eric Meiners; Instr: Deborah Givens; Lects: Reggie Beehner, Mike Branstetter, Krista Kimmel, John Strada; Visiting Inst: Jennifer Thornberry.
SEQUENCES: Broadcasting (General, Broadcast News, Film Techniques & Technology), Journalism, Public Relations (PRSA certified), Communication Studies.
APPLIED COMMUNICATION OPPORTUNITIES: Independent student newspaper with web edition, yearbook, NPR-affiliated radio station, cable TV newsmagazine, web page production, internships in print, electronic media, public relations, communication studies.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, CATV, CCTV, JN, VDT, ComN, ComR, ComTV, PRA.
• Kentucky, University of
118 Grehan Building, Lexington, KY 40506-0042. Tel: (859) 257-1730; FAX: (859) 323-3168; Email: <email@example.com>. School of Journalism and Telecommunications, 1914. AAF, NABJ, PRSSA, SPJ. Beth E. Barnes, Director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Chike Anyaegbunam, Beth E. Barnes, Richard Labunski, Thomas Lindlof; Assoc. Profs.: Dennis Altman, Deborah Chung, John Clark, Al Cross, Alyssa Eckman, Michael Farrell, Jim Hertog, Bobi Ivanov, Elizabeth “Scoobie” Ryan, Leland “Buck” Ryan, Zixue Tai, Scott Whitlow, Chan Yun Yoo; Asst. Profs.: Mel Coffee, Phillip Hutchison, Yung Soo Kim, Anthony Limperos, Mark Stuhlfaut, Kathleen “Kakie” Urch; Profs. Emer.: Roy L. Moore, William Moore, Robert Orndorff, Joseph John Wild.
SEQUENCES: Integrated Strategic Communication, Journalism, Media Arts and Studies.
FACILITIES: AdA, AM/FM, AP, CN, DR, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS; college-wide M.A. and Ph.D. in Communication.
Louisville, University of
Louisville, KY 40292. Tel: (502) 852-6976, FAX: (502) 852-8166. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication, 1971. Al Futrell, chair.
CONCENTRATIONS: Communication Studies, Advertising and Public Relations, and Mass Media (Print or Broadcast).
DEGREES: BS, BA, MA.
Morehead State University
Morehead, KY 40351. Tel: (606) 783-5312. FAX: (606) 783-2457. Email: <email@example.com>. Journalism Area, BR 115-A, Department of Communication and Theatre. Robert Willenbrink, chair. Joan Atkins, journ. coord.
Journalism Program: Undergraduate program in Journalism with both print and broadcast emphases. Other departmental majors include Advertising/Public Relations, Electronic Media Production, Organizational/Interpersonal Communication and Theatre. Master’s programs in Communication and Theatre. Wireless technology available in all labs and teaching facilities. Student practicum and work opportunities available via university-owned NPR affiliate
radio station, student-produced cable TV news programs and a weekly student
• Murray State University
114 Wilson Hall, Murray, KY 42071-3311. Tel: 809.762.2387; Fax: 270.809.2390; firstname.lastname@example.org. Department of Journalism and Mass Communications, 1975. AAF, PRSSA. Bob Lochte, Chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Bob Lochte, Allen White; Assoc. Profs.: Debbie Owens (grad. coord.); Asst. Profs.: Kevin Qualls, Bella Ezumah, Leigh Wright; Sr. Lectrs.: Bob Valentine, Gill Welsch; Lectrs.: Chris Haynes, Joe Hedges, Gross Magee, Brent Norsworthy, Robin Orvino, Tim Vance; Professional Staff: Orville Herndon; Prof. Emeritus: John Dillon, Roger Haney, Ann Landini, Robert McGaughey, III, Celia Wall.
MAJORS: Advertising, Graphic Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, Television Production.
FACILITIES: ADA, AP, FM, CATV, DR, ETV, JN, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BS, BA, MS, MA.
Northern Kentucky University
372 Science and Technology Center, Nunn Drive, Highland Heights, KY 41076. Tel: (859) 572-5436; FAX: (859) 572-6187. Email: <email@example.com>. Communication Department, 1972. AAF, BEA, PRSSA, SPJ. Cady Short-Thompson, chair.
JOURNALISM SEQUENCES: Advertising, General Editorial. MEDIA INFORMATICS
ELECTRONIC MEDIA AND BROADCASTING: Electronic Media, Broadcast Journalism.
COMMUNICATION STUDIES: Master’s in Communication.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, NorseMedia, CATV, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComTV, DR, PRA, VDT.
DEGREE: BA, MA.
• Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd. #11070 Bowling Green, KY 42101-1070. Tel: (270) 745-4144; FAX: (270) 745-5835; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; URL: <http:www.wku.edu/Journalism>. School of Journalism & Broadcasting, 1999. AAF, BEA, KTA, NABJ, NPPA, ONA, PRSSA, RTNDA, SPJ. Pam McAllister Johnson, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Pam McAllister Johnson, Barton C. White, Stephen White (coord, Broadcasting program); Assoc. Profs.: Robert R. Adams (dir., Student Publications), Harry Allen, James Kenney (coord., Photojournalism program), Gordon McKerral (coord., News-Editorial program), Paula M. Quinn, Jo-Anne Ryan (Asst. Dir), Cliff Shaluta (coord., Advertising and Public Relations program) Asst. Profs.: Jeanie Adams-Smith, Timothy Broekema, James R. LeTourneau, Kenneth Payne, Neil Ralston (coord., Mass Communication program), W. Mark Simpson; Professionals-in-residence: Ami Carter (broadcasting), Kelley Coppinger (advertising), Brian Masck (photojournalism) Instr.: Jeanine Howard-Cherry, Marjorie Yambor (adviser, WWHR-FM); Optional Retirees: Jim Highland, Cory Lash; Part-Time Instrs.: David Brinkley, Chris Houchens, Cathleen Munisteri, Sean Thomas, Sean Ward.
PROGRAMS: Advertising, Broadcasting, Mass Communication, News-Editorial, Photojournalism, PR
FACILITIES: AdA, AP, CCTV, CN, DR, ETV FM, PRA, VDT.
PO Box 65, Baldwin City, KS 66006-0065. Tel: (913) 594-6451 ext. 509, FAX: (913) 594-3570; Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication and Theatre Arts, 1976. Ann Rosenthal, chair.
Journalism Program: Program is news-editorial oriented, emphasizing writing, editing, reporting and production skills.
Mass Communication Program: Program is theory and production oriented emphasizing radio and television production, and post production skills as well as social implications of the media.
Fort Hays State University
600 Park St., Hays, KS 67601. Tel: (785) 628-4018, FAX: (785) 628-4075; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication Studies, Area of Journalism. Linn Ann Huntington, director.
Journalism Program: Coursework in journalism, mass communications, public relations, advertising, photography, desktop publishing and other journalism-related areas.
• Kansas, University of
1435 Jayhawk Blvd., 200 Stauffer-Flint Hall, Lawrence, KS 66045-7515. Tel: (785) 864-4755. FAX: (785) 864-4396. Email: <email@example.com>. Web site: <www.journalism.ku.edu>. William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications, 1911 (Dept.), 1944 (School). AAF, PRSSA, KTA, SPJ, Journalism Multicultural Scholars Program. Ann M. Brill, dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Pam Fine (Knight Chair on the News, Leadership and Community), James K. Gentry, Charles Marsh, Susanne Shaw; Assoc. Profs.: Barbara Barnett (associate dean), Robert Basow, Timothy Bengtson, Ann M. Brill, (dean), John Broholm, Mugur V. Geana, David Guth, Carol Holstead, Linda S. Lee, Tien-Tsung Lee (chair, Strategic Information), Scott Reinardy (chair, News & Information), Max Utsler, Tom Volek (associate dean), Douglas B. Ward, Mike Williams; Asst. Profs.: Peter Bobkowski, Jerry Crawford, Crystal Lumpkins, Hyunjin Seo,; Lectr.: Eric Adler, Kerry Benson, Jeff Browne (dir., Kansas Scholastic Press Assn.), Terry Bryant (gen mgr, KUJH-TV), Kim Callahan, Kelly Crane (coordinator, Edwards Campus), Malcolm Gibson (Kansan gen mgr), Mark Johnson, Denise Linville, Lisa Loewen, Lisa McLendon (Bremner Editing Center), Patty Noland (Career Center coordinator), Marilyn Rausch; Ret. and Profs. Emer.: Sam Adams, Sharon Bass, Tom Eblen, Ted Frederickson, Tom Hedrick, Paul Jess, Larry Johnson, Bruce Linton, Rick Musser, Calder Pickett, Lee Young.
SEQUENCES: News and Information (Print, Broadcast News, Magazine, Online); Strategic Communication (Advertising, Public Relations, Marketing, Management).
FACILITIES: AdA, AP, CN, ETV, JM, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BS, MS, PhD.
• Kansas State University
105 Kedzie Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506-1501. Tel: (785) 532-6890; FAX: (785) 532-5484. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Web: <jmc.ksu.edu>. A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications, 1910. AAF, ACT, NABJ, PRSSA, SCJ, SJEA, SND, SPJ. Louise Benjamin, interim director.
FACULTY: Profs.: William J. Adams, Louise Benjamin (Ross Beach Chair), Angela Powers; Assoc. Profs.: Bonnie Bressers, Joye Gordon (head, public relations sequence), Thomas Gould (head, advertising sequence), Nancy Muturi (assoc. dir., research and graduate studies), Sam Mwangi, J. Steven Smethers (assoc. dir., undergraduate studies); Asst. Profs.: Kimetris Baltrip, Barbara DeSanto, Gloria Freeland, Kelly Furnas (associate director, Student Publications Inc., executive director, Journalism Education Association), Curtis Matthews, Andy Nelson (head, journalism digital media sequence, (R.M. Seaton Professional Chair), Wes Wise, Steve Wolgast, (director, Student Publications, Inc.); Instructors: Katie Olson, Steve Harvey, Thomas Roesler, Debra Skidmore, Vern Wirka. Adjunct Fac.: Marsha Landis, Shannon Krueger
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Journalism & Digital Media, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, AP, CATV, CN, JM, PRA, VDT. We produce a daily newspaper, e-newspaper, yearbook, biannual alumni magazine, weekly TV newscast & daily radio broadcasts.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA
Pittsburg State University
1701 South Broadway, 417 Grubbs Hall, Pittsburg, KS 66762. Tel: (620) 235-4716, FAX: (620) 235-4686. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication. Peter K. Hamilton, chair.
Communication Program: A Communication major with tracks in Advertising, Broadcasting, Communication Education, News Editorial, Photojournalism, Public Relations, and Theatre (BA/BSEd Degree). MA in Communication offered with specialized emphasis in applied communication or communication theory. Graduate assistantships are available.
316 Henderson Learning Resources Center, 1700 SW College Ave., Topeka, KS 66621. Tel: (785) 670-1836. FAX: (785) 670-1234. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Mass Media wiki: http://morforu.wikidot.com Mass Media Department. Dr. Barbara DeSanto, APR, Fellow PRSA, chair.
FACULTY: Profs: Barbara DeSanto, Frank Chorba, Charles Cranston; Asst Profs: Kathy Menzie, Maria Raicheva-Stover; Lecturer: Regina Cassell.
Mass Media: Major concentrations include broadcasting, film & video; media writing & publishing; public relations; & advertising.
• Wichita State University
Wichita, KS 67260-0031, Tel: (316) 978-3185, FAX:(316) 978-3006, Email: email@example.com, Elliott School of Communication, 1927/1989. SPJ, AAF, Susan Huxman, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Philip Gaunt, Sharon Iorio, Les Anderson, Pat Dooley, Deborah Ballard-Reisch; Assoc. Profs.: Rick Armstrong, Dan Close, , Kevin Hager, Susan Huxman; Asst. Profs.: Lisa Parcell, Jeff Jarman, Mike Wood; Instrs.: Amy DeVault, Eric Wilson, Kevin Keplar, Connie Morris, Becky Nordyke, Sandy Sipes; Distinguished Senior Fellow, Lou Heldman; Senior Fellow, Randy Brown; Emeritus Faculty: Vernon Keel, Keith Williamson
SEQUENCES: Strategic Communication, Broadcast Journalism, Electronic Media, Integrated Marketing Communications, Print Journalism, Open Emphasis
FACILITIES: DR, CATV, CN, FM, ComN, ComTV, ADA, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
1550 Clarke Drive, Dubuque, IA 52001. Tel: (563) 588-6335, FAX: (563) 588-6789. Email: <abdul.sinno@Clarke.edu>. Communication Department. Abdul Karim Sinno, chair.
Journalism Program: Communication Major – print journalism, advertising and PR Multimedia.
• Drake University
2507 University Ave., Des Moines, IA 50311. Tel: (515) 271-3194, FAX: (515) 271-2798. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; URL: http://sjmc.oit.drake.edu/, 1920. AAF, KTA, PRSSA, SPJ. Charles Edwards, Dean; Kathleen Richardson, Director; David Wright, Associate Dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Todd Evans, John Lytle; Assoc. Profs.: Lori Blachford, Ronda Menke, Lee Jolliffe, Kathleen Richardson, David Wright; Asst. Profs.: Kelly Bruhn, Sandy Henry, Jeff Inman, Dorothy Pisarski, David Remund, Jill Van Wyke; Instructor: Chris Snider; Profs. Emer.: William F. Francois, Barry M. Foskit, Janet Hill Keefer, Henry Milam, Joe R. Patrick, Patricia Prijatel, Herbert Strentz, Gary Wade, Louis J. Wolter, Robert D. Woodward.
SEQUENCES: Advertising (Creative Track and Management Track), Electronic Media (Radio and TV Producing and Broadcast News), Magazines, News/Internet, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AdA, AM/FM, CATV, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComR, ComTV, JM, PRA, VDT, WEBJ.
DEGREES: BA, MCL.
Grand View College
1331 Grandview Ave., Des Moines, IA 50316. Tel: (515) 263-2931, FAX: (515) 263-2990. Web: <www.gvc.edu/academics/comm>. Communication Department, 1974. William Schaeter, chair. Email: <email@example.com>.
Journalism Program: GVC has around 120 majors earning bachelor of arts degrees in Mass Communication, Journalism, Broadcast, and Graphic Journalism.
• Iowa, University of
100 Adler Jour. Bldg., Room E305, Iowa City, IA 52242-2004. Tel: (319) 335-3486; FAX: (319) 335-3502. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Website: < http://clas.uiowa.edu/sjmc>. School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1924. KTA, PRSSA, SPJ, NABJ, RTNDA, Ed On Campus, HealthBeat, AFP. David D. Perlmutter, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Julie Andsager, Dan Berkowitz, Stephen Bloom, Meenakshi Gigi Durham (adviser, Journal of Communication Inquiry), David D. Perlmutter, Judy Polumbaum; Assoc. Profs.: Stephen Berry, Venise Berry, Frank Durham, Lyombe (Leo) Eko, Donald McLeese, Jane Singer, Sujatha Sosale; Asst. Profs.: Kajsa Dalrymple, David Dowling, Petya Eckler, Brian Ekdale, Thomas Oates, Melissa Tully, Travis Vogan; Prof. Emer.: Joseph Ascroft, Gilbert Cranberg, Pamela J. Creedon, John Kimmich Javier, Carolyn Stewart Dyer, Hanno Hardt, Don D. Smith, Ken Starck, Albert Talbott; Assoc. Prof. Emer.: John Erickson, Sue Lafky, William Zima.
FACILITIES: AP, AM, FM, CATV, CCTV, CN, DR, JM, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA, PhD.
• Iowa State University of Science and Technology
101 Hamilton Hall, Ames, IA 50011-1180. Tel: 515-294-4342, FAX: 515-294-5108. Email: email@example.com. Web: www.jlmc.iastate.edu. Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, 1905. KTA, PBK, PRSA, PRSSA, SPJ, BEA, RTNDA, IBNA, NPPA, AAA, ICA. Michael Bugeja, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Eric Abbott, Thomas Beell, Jane W. Peterson, Lulu Rodriguez; Assoc. Profs.: Jeffrey L. Blevins, Dennis Chamberlin, Daniela Dimitrova, Joel Geske, Suman Lee, Barbara Mack, Jay Newell, Marcia Prior-Miller; Asst. Profs.: Raluca Cozma, Michael Dahlstrom, Gang Han, Sela Sar; Sr. Lectr.: Diane Bugeja, Erin Wilgenbusch; Lectrs.: Sherry Berghefer, Dick Doak, Beth Haag, Angela Hunt, Lauren Monahan, Jill Spiekerman, John Thomas; Brenda Witherspoon; Clinicians: Jeff Ames, Debra Gibson; STAFF: Kathy Box, Lisa Brinkley, Kim Curell, Becky Irish, Sheng Ly, Kim McDonough, Andy Messersmith, Martin Teply, Amber Tiarks.
MAJORS: Advertising, Journalism and Mass Communication. Master’s in Journalism and Mass Communication.
FACILITIES: AdA, AM/FM, AP, CCTV, CN, ComN, ETV-Channel 18 cable, PRA, integrated multimedia suite, audio and editing bays focus group rooms, physiomedia lab, multiple JM, VDT.
DEGREES: BA in Advertising. BS and MS in Journalism and Mass Communication.
• Northern Iowa, University of
Communications Studies Department, 326 Lang, Cedar Falls, IA 50614-01397. Tel: (319) 273-2217, FAX: (319) 273-7356. BEA, PRSSA, SPJ. John Fritch, Department Chair. <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
FACULTY: Profs.: Melissa Beall, John O. Burtis, Phyllis Scott Carlin, Victoria Pruin DeFrancisco, Christopher R. Martin, Karen Mitchell, Chris W. Ogbondah, Catherine Helen Palczewski; Assoc. Profs.: Ronnie Bankston, April Chatham-Carpenter, Joyce Chen, Sarina Chen, Anelia Dimitrova, Bettina Fabos, Gayle Pohl, Paul Siddens, Laura Terlip, Jayne Witte; Asst. Profs.: Harry (Tom) Hall, Kate Lavelle, Francesca Soans; Instructor: Penny O’Connor; Broadcast Engineer: Ken Paschke.
MAJORS: Electronic Media, Public Relations, Communication (General, Interpersonal, Organizational, Political, Culture and Communication, Communication and Community, Communication—Theatre Arts Teaching).
MINORS: Journalism, Public Relations, Business Communication, Communication – Theatre Arts Teaching, General Communication.
GRADUATE SEQUENCES: Communication Education, General Communication, Mass Communication, Organizational Communication, Performance Studies, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AdA, FM, CATV, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComTV, PRA, VDT, audio/video editing suites, two audio recording studios, two TV studios, multimedia production lab.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
Puerto Rico, University of
PO Box 21880, UPR Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico 00931. Tel: (787)764-0000, Ext. 5042, FAX (787) 763-5390, http://copu.upr.clu.edu, School of Communication, Eliseo Colón Zayas, dir. Communication Programs: BA with majors in Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations and Audiovisual Communication, MA with majors in Theory and Research and Journalism.
University of the Sacred Heart
P.O. Box 12383, San Juan, Puerto Rico 00914-0383. Tel: (787) 728-1515 (Ext. 2326, 2324) FAX: (787) 268-8874. URL: <www.sagrado.edu>. Email <email@example.com>. Department of Communication 1981. Carmen Sara García, director.
Department offers: BAC in Communication: majors in Advertising, Journalism, Telecommunications, Photography, Radio Production and Marketing, Visual Arts, and General Communication; Associated Degrees in Photography, and Radio Production; MAC in Communication: majors in Public Relations, Media Writing, Advertising, Script writing, and Media and Cultural Studies.
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia 4229. Tel: 61-75-595-1111, FAX: 61-75-595-2540. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Communication and Media Studies, 1990. Journalism Education Association. Mark Pearson, Professor.
Programs: Two year (six semester) program leading to BJ, BA or BComn. Postgraduate courses: Master of Journalism, Master of Communication – one year, Master of Arts by Research and PhD.
Canberra, University of
Kirinari Street Bruce ACT, ACT 2601 Australia. Tel: + 61 26201 2475, FAX: +61 26201 2630, Email: <email@example.com>. Web: <http://www.canberra.edu.au>. School of Professional Communication, Journalism Educ. Assoc., PR Institute of Aust., Advertising Federation of Aust., International Advertising Assoc. Kerry Green, Prof.
Programs: Print and Broadcast Journalism, PR, Advertising & Marketing Comm. B.Comm. M. Comm, PhD.
Charles Sturt University
Panorama Avenue, Bathurst, NSW, Australia, 2795. Tel: Intl Access +61 2 6338 4539, FAX: Intl Access +61 2 6338 4409, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. School of Communication, 1974. Head of School: Associate Professor Tom Watson BA PhD. Journalism Educ. Assoc., PR Institute of Aust., International Advertising Assoc.
Programs: Print and Broadcast Journalism, Sport & Recreation/Journalism, PR and Organizational Communication, Advertising, Advertising/Marketing (2004), Commercial Radio Management, Cultural Performance, Theatre/Media. Graduate Certificate and Diploma, BA, MA, MA (Hons), PhD.
Jschool: Journalism Education & Training
82 Ann Street, Brisane, Qld, 4000, Australia. [Postal: GPO Box 1275, Brisbane, 4001, Qld, Australia] Tel: +61 7 3137 0080. Email: <email@example.com>. Diploma of Journalism, 2002. John Henningham, Professor.
Programs: One-year intensive vocational program in journalism, with practical journalism training integrated with courses in politics, social institutions, humanities and news media theory.
Southern Queensland, University of
Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia 4350. Tel: (076) 31 2100, FAX: (076) 31 2598, Electronic Mail Address: S97571@DDSCU.DDIAE.OZ.AU.
Journalism Program: Three-year course leading to a BA with a double major in journalism. All journalism units, except those for advanced broadcast, are available to external students.
Queensland, University of
Building 37, Blair Drive, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 4072. Tel: 61-7-3346 8288, FAX: 61-7-3346 8299. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Journalism, 1921. Michael Bromley, Head of School.
Journalism Program: A three-year program leading to a BJ or a BA with single major or extended major in Journalism and Mass Communication. Fourth year honours program. Coursework Master of Journalism (MJ) – 1.5 years. Graduate Diploma in Journalism (GDJ) -1 yr., Graduate Certificate in Journalism (GCJ) – 0.5 yr. Supervision of Research MPhil and PhD degrees.
Communication Program: A three year program leading to a BCommun with a major in Mass Communication or Public Relations. Fourth year honours program. Coursework Master of Communication (MCommun) – 1.5 yr., Graduate Diploma in Communication (GDCommun) – 1 yr., Graduate Certificate in Communication (GCCommun) – 0.5 yr. Supervision of Research MPhil and PhD degree.
Western Sydney, University of
Penrith South DC 1797, New South Wales, Australia. Tel: +61 2 9852 5422, FAX: +61 2 9852 5424. Email: <email@example.com>. Web: <http://www.uws.edu.au/about/acadorg/schools/communicationarts/contactus>. Communication, journalism, PR, media production 1985, contemporary arts, design 1989; School of Communication, Design & Media 2000, School of Communication Arts 2005. The University has six campuses across Western Sydney, with all Communication Arts courses taught at Penrith.
SEQUENCES: Three and four-year program for B.Communication in Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising, Media Production. Three and four-year programs for B.Design, B.Music, B.Performance, B.Contemporary Art; one-year full-time coursework Master of Professional Communication; Masters honours by research & PhD studies.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, CN, ComN, DR, JM, PRA, VDT.
Salzburg, University of
P.O. Box 505, A-5010 Salzburg, Austria, Europe. Tel: (662) 8044-4150, FAX: (662) 8044-413, Email: <FABRIS@EDVZ.SBG.AC.AT>. Department of Journalism and Communications, 1968. OeGPuK, DGPuK, IAMCR. Hans H. Fabris, chair.
Communications Program: Offers a MA and PhD with sequences in journalism, PR and AV media.
• British Columbia, University of
6388 Crescent Road, Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z2. Tel.: (604) 822-6688; FAX: (604) 822-6707; Email: <Peter.Klein@ubc.ca>. Web: <http://www.journalism.ubc.ca>. School of Journalism. 1998. Peter Klein, Director.
FACULTY: Prof. emerita: Donna Logan; Assoc. Prof.: Peter Klein, Alfred Hermida, Mary Lynn Young; Asst. Prof.: Candis Callison; Instrs.: Carolyn Pritchard, Adjunct Professors: David Beers, Daniel Burnett, Trisha Sorrels Doyle, Kathryn Gretsinger, Nicola Jones, Kirk LaPointe, Duncan McCue, Daniel McKinney; Postdoc Teaching Fellow: Taylor Owen; Vistg. Prof.: Diane Nottle, Steve Pratt; Grad. Advisor: Barbara Curtis-Wallin.
Calgary, University of
Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2500 University Drive NW, Social Sciences 320, T2N lN4. Communication Studies Program, 1982. FAX: (403) 282-6716. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Communication Program: Graduate program (only) offering masters in Communication Studies (course-based) and MA in Communications. Specialties: Organizational Communications, Law and Communications Policy, Intercultural Communications, Gender and New Information Technologies.
• Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6. Tel: (613) 520-7404, FAX: (613) 520-6690. Email: <chris_waddell@Carleton.ca>; Website: <www.carleton.ca/sjc>. School of Journalism and Communication, 1945. Chris Waddell, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: G. Stuart Adam, Michael Dorland; Karim Karim; Catherine McKercher; Michèle Martin; Dwayne Winseck Assoc. Profs.: Paul Adams, Elly Alboim, Andrew Cohen, Christopher Dornan, Ross Eaman, Joshua Greenberg, Sheryl Hamilton, Susan Harada , Peter Johansen, Kirsten Kozolanka, Mary McGuire, Kathryn O’Hara, Klaus Pohle, Chris Russill, Eileen Saunders, Lois Sweet, Allan Thompson, André Turcotte, Ira Wagman , Chris Waddell,; Asst. Profs:. Melissa Aronczyk, Miranda Brady, Mary Francoli, Kanina Holmes, John Medicine Horse Kelly, David Tait; Lecturer: Jeff Sallot, Gina Grosenick, Tokunbo Ojo, Adjunct Research Profs.: Peter Calamai, Arthur Cordell, Barbara Freeman, Norma Greenaway.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, CATV, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComR, CP, DR, JN, VDT.
DEGREES: BJ, BA, MJ, MA, PhD.
7141 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H4B 1R6. Tel: (514) 848-2424, ext. 2465; FAX: (514) 848-2473; Web: <http://artsandscience.concordia.ca/journalism>. Journalism Dept., 1975. Linda Kay, chair; email: email@example.com
Journalism Program: Oriented toward professional training within an academic framework. Offers three-year undergraduate, one-year graduate programs in broadcasting and print and an MA in Journalism Studies.
Communication Studies Department, 1965. Rae Staseson, chair; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Communication Studies Program: Offers BA, MA and PhD level programs in mass comm. theory and practice (excluding news and editorial seqs.).
Humber Institute of Advanced Learning & Technology
3199 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Toronto, ONT, CANADA M8V 1K8; Tel: (416) 675-6622; FAX: (416) 251-3797; Website: <www.humber.ca>. School of Media Studies & Information Technology.
Lake Shore Campus: Advertising & Graphic Design: 2 and 3 yr. diploma; Bachelor of Applied Arts in Creative Advertising: 4 year degree.
King’s College, University of
6350 Coburg Road, HaliFAX, Nova Scotia Canada B3H 2A1. Tel.: (902) 422-1271; FAX: (902) 423-3357. Email: <email@example.com>. School of Journalism, Associate Professor Kelly Toughill, director.
Journalism Program: A four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) and a one year program for students with a previous degree leading to a Bachelor of Journalism. King’s also offers combined honours degrees in journalism and arts and humanities and science subjects and a minor in journalism in association with Dalhousie University.
Regina, University of
Ad Hum Bldg., Rm. 105, 3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4S OA2. Tel: (306) 585-4420, FAX: (306) 585-4867; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Web: <www.uregina.ca/arts/journalism>. School of Journalism, 1980.
Journalism Program: A four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism or a two-year degree for students with a previous degree leading to a Bachelor of Journalism.
350 Victoria St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2K3. Tel: (416) 979-5319, FAX: (416) 979-5216. Email: <email@example.com. ca>. Web: http://www.ryerson.ca/journalism/. School of Journalism, 1948. Paul Knox, chair.
FACULTY: Assoc. Profs.: Gene Allen, Marsha Barber, Lynn Cunningham, Abby Goodrum, Suanne Kelman, Paul Knox, Ann Rauhala, Ivor Shapiro, Joyce Smith; Asst. Profs:. Kamal Al-Solaylee, Jagg Carr-Locke, April Lindgren, Anne McNeilly, Janice Neil, Bill Reynolds, Vinita Srivastava; Adjunct Profs.: Bert Bruser, Brian MacLeod Rogers; Distinguished Visiting Prof: Jeffrey Dvorkin.
Journalism Program: Four-year BJ emphasizes early exposure to practical news-gathering and includes liberal studies, a wide selection of specialized and critical-issues courses, internships and capstone newsroom activities. Professional MJ includes two-year normal stream for those holding undergraduate degree; one-year accelerated stream for mid-career professionals.
FACILITIES: CP, RNA, CCTV, ComN, JM, JN, VDT, news website and online portals.
DEGREES: BJ, MJ.
St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology
Windsor, Ontario, Canada N9A 6S4. Tel: (519) 966-1656, FAX: (519) 966-2737. Journalism Department. Susan MacKenzie, coord.
Journalism Program: Three-year print journalism (writing, editing, photography) and one-year diploma course for university graduates.
• Western Ontario, University of
North Campus Building, Room 240, 1151 Richmond Street, London, Ontario, Canada N6A 5B7. Tel: 519-661-3542, FAX: 519-661-3506. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Web: <http://www.fims.uwo.ca> Faculty of Information and Media Studies (FIMS). Thomas Carmichael, dean. Email: <email@example.com>. Nick Dyer-Witheford, Associate Dean.
The Faculty offers a one year, three-term graduate program leading to a Master of Arts degree in Journalism. The curriculum stresses a balance of academic and practical courses and offers a solid grounding in the tools and practices of print, broadcast, and online journalism. The program is supported by full facilities for TV, radio, and new-media production. A one-month internship is a feature of the program.
FACULTY: Profs: David Spencer; Assoc. Profs: Tim Blackmore, James Compton, Keir Keightley, Daniel Robinson, Romayne Smith Fullerton; Lecturers: Paul Benedetti (Journalism Program Coordinator), Mary Doyle, Meredith Levine, Cliff Lonsdale; Profs Emer.: Ken Bambrick, Peter Desbarats, Judith Knelman, Michael Nolan.
SEQUENCES: Print, Radio, Television, New Media.
FACILITIES: CCTV, CP, RNA, VDT
Wilfrid Laurier University
Brantford Campus, 73 George St., Brantford, Ontario, Canada N3T 2Y3. Tel: 519-756-8228 x5875. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Web: <http://www.wlu.ca/homepage.php?grp_id=1727>. Journalism Program, 2005. Dr. Sue Ferguson, Coordinator.
Journalism Program: Four-year Honours Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, with concentrations in print journalism, broadcast journalism, public relations and emerging journalism and new media.
Windsor, University of
Windsor, Ontario, Canada N9B 3P4. Tel: (519) 253-3000, Ext. 2896, FAX: (519) 971-3642. Email: <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Communication Studies, 1969. Dr. Irvin Goldman, Chair.
Communication Program: Media production processes, communication policy, political economy of communication, media studies, and communication theory and research at undergraduate level.
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
School of Journalism, Alameda 340, Santiago, Chile; Tel.: 56-2-3542016; FAX: 56-2-3542054; Email: <email@example.com>; URL: <http://www.per.puc.cl>; <http://www.fcom.puc.cl>. School of Journalism, 2004. Maria-Elena Gronemeyer, director. Licentiate in journalism; professional title in journalism.
Av. Salvador 1200, Santiago Chile; Tel.: (562) 274-6699; FAX: (562) 204-3116. Facultad de Communicacion, 1991. Andres Guiloff, dir.
American University in Cairo, The
113 Kasr El Aini St., PO Box 2511, Cairo 1511 Egypt. Tel.: (20-2) 797-6202, FAX: (20-2) 795-7565. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Website: <http://www.aucegypt.edu>. Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1937. Hussein Amin, Professor and Chair.
FACILITIES: CN, DR, CCTV, RNA, VDT.
SEQUENCES: Journalism, Broadcast Journalism, and Integrated Marketing Communication. DEGREES: BA, MA.
City University, London
Northampton Square, London EC1V 0AB. Tel.: (+44) 020 7040 8221; FAX: (+44) 020 7040 8594; Email: <email@example.com>; Web: <www.city.ac.uk/journalism>. Department of Journalism, 1976. Rod Allen, department head; <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Courses: BA in Journalism and a Social Science, BA in Journalism and Contemporary History. Postgraduate Diplomas in Newspaper, Periodical; Television Current Affairs and Broadcast Journalism, MA in Publishing Studies, MA/MSc in Electronic Publishing, MA in International Journalism. MA in Creative Writing (screen plays and scripts, novels).
London College of Printing and Distributive Trades
Elephant and Castle, London SEl 6SB, England. Tel: (07l) 735 9100, FAX: (071) 587 5297.
Journalism Program: The college offers various courses in Journalism including a Postgraduate Diploma in Radio Journalism.
University of Tampere
Kalevantie 4, Tampere, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, 33014 University of Tampere, Finland. Tel: +358-3-35516243, FAX: +358-3-35516248, Email: <email@example.com>, Website <http://www.uta.fi/laitokset/tiedotus/index1.html>. Taisto Hujanen, Head.
Journalism Program: Originating from an undergraduate program established in Helsinki in 1925, includes today BA, MA and PhD studies within the Faculty of Social Sciences. Sequences in print journalism, photojournalism, radio journalism, television journalism, new media, and media culture. Instruction given mainly in Finnish language.
FACULTY: Profs.: Taisto Hujanen, Risto Kunelius, Heikki Luostarinen, Kaarle Nordenstreng, Pertti Suhonen; Lectrs.; (i.a.): Ari Heinonen, Jyrki Jyrkiainen, Kaarina Melakoski, Inari Teinila, Hannu Vanhanen.
FACILITIES: newsroom laboratory, FM radio station, journalism research and development centre.
Universite Pantheon-Assas (Paris II)
Institut Français De Presse, Sciences De L’Information, 92 rue d’Assas 75006 Paris. Tel: 01 444 15793, FAX: 01 444 15949; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Nadine Toussaint Desmoulins, chair.
Journalism Program: For third-year (BA) students, at MA and PhD levels.
School of Journalism, Eichstaett-Ingolstadt, Ostenstr. 25, 85072 Eichstaett, Germany. Tel: +49/8421/93-1555, Fax +49/8421/93-1786. E-mail: <email@example.com.>. Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen, Chair. Web: http://www.journalistik-eichstaett.de.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
University for Music and Theater Hannover
Hannover, Expo – Plaza 12, Germany D-30539. Tel: (511) 3100-497, FAX: (511) 3100-400, Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Website: <http://www.ijk.hmt-hannover.de>. Department of Journalism and Communication Research, 1985. Helmut Scheres, chair.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, CCTV, VDT, media library.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (National University of Malaysia)
43600 UKM Bangi, Malaysia. Tel: 03-8256796, 03-8292456, FAX: 03-8256484. Department of Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities, 1976. Samsudin Abdul Rahim, PhD and department head.
Communication Program: Sequences in PR, Jour., Film, Adv., Dev. Comm., Broadcasting; BA, MA and PhD degrees.
Northwestern University in Qatar
Suite 225 — 1st Floor Texas A&M University Building Education City P.O. Box 34102 Doha, Qatar + 974 4230300 Email: < email@example.com>; Web: <http://www.qatar.northwestern.edu/default.aspx>. John Margolis, Dean, Richard Roth, Senior Associate Dean.
Northwestern University in Qatar is one of six campuses of leading American universities, established in Education City, Doha, as a result of collaborative agreements between the universities and the Qatar Foundation. Each of those American universities brings to Qatar educational programs for which those institutions are especially renowned. Programs in journalism and in communication are offered by Northwestern University in Qatar. The journalism program, with concentrations including print, broadcast and multimedia, leads to a Bachelor of Science in Journalism degree awarded by Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism. The communication program, with curricular offerings in the areas of communication theory, history, and industries and media technologies and practices, leads to a Bachelor of Science in Communication degree with a major in Media Industries and Technologies, awarded by Northwestern’s School of Communication. Northwestern University in Qatar offers curricula modeled on the innovative undergraduate programs of Northwestern’s School of Communication and Medill School of Journalism. Courses are taught by scholars and practitioners who hold faculty appointments and have had first-hand experience teaching on the Evanston campus
Amsterdam, University of
Amsterdam 1012 CX, Netherlands. Department of Communication, Kloveniersburgwal 48. Tel.: +31 20 525 2230; FAX: +31 20 525 3681.
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC)
Laureate International Universities, Prolongación Primavera 2390 Monterrico – Santiago de Surco. Telf: (+511) 3133333 anexo 1060 Fax: (+511) 3133333 anexo 1613; Cel:(+511)9-989-048-887. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.upc.edu.pe. Úrsula Freundt-Thurne, Decana Facultad de Comunicaciones, Directora de Comunicación y Periodismo
The UPC School of Communication offers five-year programs: Audio-Visual Communication and Interactive Media; Communications and Advertising; Communications and Journalism; Communications and Marketing; Communications and Corporate Image.
• Institute for Public Administration
PO Box 205, Riyadh, 11141, Saudi Arabia. Faisal Al-Gabbani, head, Planning and Development Dept.
Strathclyde/Glasgow Caledonian, Universities of
Scottish Centre for Journalism Studies, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, G1 1XH Scotland. Tel: 041-553 4166, FAX: 041-552 3493, Telex: 7742. Internet: <email@example.com>. Scottish Centre for Journalism Studies, 1993. Jennifer McKay, course dir.
SEQUENCES: Print Journalism, Broadcasting, Law, Government, Shorthand, Information Management, Journalism and Society.
DEGREES: Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism Studies, M.Litt Journalism Studies and M.Litt Journalism Research.
Nanyang Technological University
31 Nanyang Link, 637718 Singapore. Tel.: +65 6790-5809; TeleFAX: +65 6794-3662. Website: <http://www.ntu.edu.sg/sci/>;. Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information. Benjamin H. Detenber, Chair.
Communication Studies Program: Honours degree programme with four sequences: Journalism, PR and advertising, Broadcasting and Cinema Sstudies, and Communication Policy and Research. Facilities include campus newspaper, computer and multimedia labs, television and digital audio studies. Mandatory internship and honours thesis (i. e., Final Year Project).
South Africa, Republic of
Private Bag X6001, 2520 Potchefstroom, Republic of South Africa. Tel.: +27 18 299 1642. TeleFAX: +27 18 299 1651. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication. Arnold S. de Beer, head.
Communication Program: A three/four year program in mass communication (print and broadcasting media), corporate communiction (advertising and public relations), and interpersonal communication (intercultural, development, organizational, speech communication) and graphic design. BA, MA & PhD programs.
Institute for Communication Research: Arnold S. de Beer, dir. Publishes, inter alia, Ecquid Novi, the only refereed research journal for journalism in South Africa.
United Arab Emirates
American University of Sharjah, The
PO Box 26666 Sharjah, UAE, Tel.: +971-6-515-2872. Email: <email@example.com>. Website: <http://www.aus.edu>. Department of Mass Communication, 1937. Mahboub Hashem, Professor and Chair.
The Department of Mass Communication: (MCM) at the American University of Sharjah is fully accredited in both the UAE and USA. MCM majors study a variety of mass media-related subjects including advertising, communications theory, media production, public relations and journalism.
The mass communication program emphasizes a generalist approach with optional concentration in three professional areas: advertising, journalism and public relations. This allows students to have the greatest flexibility in tailoring their mass communication degree to best serve their career goals. It builds upon acquisition of technical, oral and written communication competencies. Graduates receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication.
• Zayed University
Academic City, Al Ruwayyah, PO Box 19282, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Tele.: ++971-4-402-1111 FAX: ++971-4-402-1016. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web: <www.zu.ac.ae>. College of Communication and Media Sciences, 1999. ASJMC, BEA, ICA, IAA, MEPRA (Middle East Public Relations Association). Marilyn Roberts, Dean. Andrea Juhasz, Senior Academic Administrative Officer <email@example.com>.
FACULTY: Profs.: Badran Badran (firstname.lastname@example.org); Jack Hillwig (Asst. Dean, Abu Dhabi) (email@example.com); Renee Everett (Assoc. Dean, Dubai) (firstname.lastname@example.org); Serajul Bhuiyan (email@example.com)
Assoc. Profs.: David Bulla (firstname.lastname@example.org); Gaelle Duthler (Director, College of Communication and Media Sciences Graduate Programs) (email@example.com); James Piecowye (firstname.lastname@example.org); Lena Jayyusi (email@example.com); Nadia Rahman (firstname.lastname@example.org); Ode Amaize (email@example.com)
Asst. Profs.: Alfio Leotta (firstname.lastname@example.org ); Alia Yunis (email@example.com); Baiba.Petersone (firstname.lastname@example.org); Filareti Kotsi (email@example.com); Inka Stever (firstname.lastname@example.org); Jody Johannessen (email@example.com); Matt Dyck (firstname.lastname@example.org); Russell Williams (email@example.com); Sascha Ritter (firstname.lastname@example.org); Will McCarthy (email@example.com).
MAJOR: Communication and Media Sciences.
SPECIALIZATIONS: Converged Media, Film and Video Communications, Integrated Strategic Communications, Tourism and Cultural Communications
INTERDISCIPLINARY SPECIALIZATIONS: Emirati Studies, Multimedia Design.
MASTERS: Master of Arts (M.A.) in Communications
SPECIALIZATIONS: Tourism and Cultural Communication, Strategic Public Relations, Filmmaking
MINOR: Communication and Media Sciences
CERTIFICATE: Graduate Certificate in Tourism and Cultural Communication, Graduate Certificate in Public Relations
• Lincoln, University of
Faculty of Media and Humanities, Brayford Pool, Lincoln LN67TS United Kingdom. Brian Winston, head.
University of Wales, Cardiff
School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies. Bute Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. CF10 3NB Tel:029 2087 4041 FAX: 029 2023 8832 E-mail Jomec@cardiff.ac.uk Head of School: Professor John Tulloch.
SEQUENCES: BA in Journalism, Film & Broadcasting, Diploma Journalism Studies, Diploma Public & Media Relations, MA Journalism Studies, MA European Journalism, MA in Journalism Studies, MA in International Journalism, MA in International PR and MA in Political Communication.
DEGREES: BA, Diploma, MA, MPhil, PhD.
Westminster, University of
Watford Road, Northwick Park, Harrow HA1 3TP United Kingdom. Tel.: 0207-911-5000. School of Communication and Creative Industries.