• Bethany College
Bethany, WV 26032. Tel: (304) 829-7710, FAX: (304) 829-7161. E-mail: <email@example.com>; Department of Communications and Media Arts, Bethany House. 1965. SCJ, PRSSA, M.E. Yancosek Gamble, acting chair, and Adviser to PRSSA.
FACULTY: Profs.: Jay Libby, Ass't Prof., Adviser to Video Webcasts.; Prof.: Patrick J. Sutherland, Adviser to WVBC Radio; Asst. Prof.: Stephanie Tuszynski, Adviser to Tower Newspaper (and Online version).
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Digital Media and Journalism, Graphics, Public Relations, Sports Media and Information
FACILITIES: CATV, JM, JN, VDT, PRA, AdA, FM, AP, DR.
• Marshall University
One John Marshall Dr., Huntington, WV 25755-2622. Tel: (304) 696 2360. Fax (304) 696 2732. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>: W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1926. AAF, NBS, NABJ, PRSSA, SPJ, SIFE. Corley F. Dennison III, Dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Corley F. Dennison III, Charles G. Bailey, Burnis Morris; Assoc Profs: Janet Dooley, Rebecca Jonson, Dan Hollis; Asst. Profs.: Allyson Goodman, Nerissa Young, Terry Hapney, Chris Swindell, Rob Rabe, Chris Ingersoll; Part-time Instrs: Bill Bissett, Sandy Savage-York, Ruth Sullivan.
MAJORS: Advertising, Broadcast journalism, Journalism Education, Print/On-Line Journalism, Public Relations, Radio-Television.
FACILITIES: AP, FM, CATV, ETV, DR, JN, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, MAJ
• West Virginia University
P.O. Box 6010, 1511 University Avenue, Morgantown, WV 26506-6010. Tel: (304) 293-3505; FAX: (304) 293-3072. Email: <email@example.com>. <http://journalism.wvu.edu> Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism, 1939. AAF, BEA, KTA, NABJ, PRSSA, RTDNA, SPJ. Maryanne Reed, Dean; Diana Martinelli, Interim Associate Dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Maryanne Reed (Dean); Assoc. Profs.: Joel Beeson, Sang Lee, Diana Knott Martinelli (Widmeyer Communications Professorship in PR and Interim Associate Dean), Ivan Pinnell and John Temple; Asst. Profs.: Hongmin Ahn, Robert Britten, Dana Coester, Rita Colistra, Jensen Moore and Stephen Urbanski (Graduate Director); Vstg. Asst. Profs.: Jim Ebel (Harrison/Omnicom Professorship), Lois Raimondo (Shott Chair of Journalism); Teaching Asst. Profs.: Emily Corio, Gina Martino Dahlia, April Johnston, Elizabeth Oppe, Tom Stewart; Profs. Emer.: Paul A. Atkins, John H. Boyer, Charles F. Cremer, Robert M. Ours, Guy H. Stewart (Dean Emeritus), William R. Summers Jr. and Pamela Yagle; Lecturers: Richard Bebout, Mary Kay McFarland; Adjunct Faculty: Cathy Bonnstetter, Pete Cameon, Chris Dale, Natalie Eddy, Ellen Goodwin, Matt Gregory, Charles Harman, Holly Hildreth, Angela Lindley, Erica Lindsay, Tom Linkous, Scott Lituchy, Catherine Mezera, Kelly Taber and Cassie Waugh; IMC Program Director: Chad Mezera; IMC Lecturers/Adjuncts: Moya Alfonso, Rebecca Andersen, Bryan Bennett, Russell Casey, Robin Cobbey, Stacey Creely, Matthew Cummings, Debra Davenport, Kathleen DeMarco, Barry Dickinson, Dawn Edmiston, Lisa Fall, Karen Freberg, Nancy Furlow, Grace Gao, Ray Gillette, Patricia Girardi, Jay Gitomer, Alex Horwitz, Kyle Huckins, Edward Johnson, Susan Jones, Poonam Kumar, Tina McCorkindale, Bill Nevin, Dennis O’Connell, William Oechsler, Hugo Perez, William Pitzer, Linda Popky, Rachael Post, Drew Stevens, Larry Stultz, Shelly Stump, Philip Sturm, Stephen Ward and Kristen Wilkerson.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Broadcast News, News Editorial, Journalism (Print, Television and Visual areas of emphasis), Public Relations, IMC Graduate Program (Online Only), General Journalism Graduate Program.
FACILITIES: AdA, AM/FM, CN, ComTV, ETV, JM, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BSJ, MSJ.
Central Washington University
Ellensburg, WA 98926. Tel: (509) 963-1066; FAX: (509) 963-1060. Website: <www.cwu.edu/~comm>. Department of Communication, 1947. Corwin King, chair.
Journalism Major: The journalism major includes specializations in print, online, and broadcast journalism. A separate major is offered in Public Relations and Communication Studies.
Eastern Washington University
705 W. First Ave., Spokane, WA 99201-3900. Tel.: (509) 623-4347; FAX (509) 623-4238. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Journalism Program, 1950. Prof. Steve Blewett, ABC, director.
Journalism Program: offers a BA in News-Editorial with student-designed second concentration emphasis; BS in Public Relations; BA Electronic Publishing, emphasis on Web design and intranet applications; all tracks stress strong professional community linkages and strong liberal arts tradition.
Spokane, WA 99258. Tel: (509) 313-3899. Department of Communication Arts/Journalism Program. Susan English, dir.
Journalism Program: BA combines historical, legal, ethical and theoretical perspectives with strong writing and editing component and professional practice and criticism.
Kirkland, WA 98033. Tel: (425) 889-882-8266, FAX: (425) 827-0148. Department of Communication, Gary Gillespie, Chair. M (Peg) Achterman, area head.
Journalism Program: NU offers strong liberal arts education combined with training in media studies, rhetoric & public affairs and organizational communication.
Pacific Lutheran University
Tacoma, WA 98447. Tel: (206) 535-7762, FAX: (206) 536-5063. Department of Communication & Theatre (Journalism emphasis), 1980. Michael Bartanen, chair; Clifford Rowe, area head.
Journalism Program: PLU offers strong liberal arts education combined with excellent technical training in journalism and broadcasting.
900 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122. Tel: (206) 296-5340, FAX: (206) 296-5409. Email for information: <email@example.com>. Communication Department. Gary Atkins, chair.
Journalism Program: News-Ed.Seeks to produce graduates who can become responsible professionals in journalism or undertake specialized graduate study.
Communication Studies: Liberal arts study of communication, including speech, interpersonal and organizational communication.
Walla Walla College
204 South College Avenue, College Place, WA 99324. Tel: (509) 527-2832, FAX: (509) 527-2253. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Communications Department, 1988. Pamela Harris, chair.
Communication Program: BA in Mass Communication with concentrations in: Journalism and Public Relations, Media (includes broadcasting, video/audio production, performance).
Washington, University of
Box 353740, 102 Communications, Seattle, WA 98195-3740. Tel: (206) 543-2660, FAX: (206) 616-3762, Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication, 1907. SPJ, AWC., David Domke, chair.
SEQUENCES: Journalism, Communication and Culture, Communication Technology and Society, International Communication, Social Interaction, Political Communication, Rhetoric and Critical Studies.
DEGREES: BA, MA, MC, PhD.
• Washington State University
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication; Pullman, WA 99164-2520. Tel: (509) 335-1556; FAX: (509) 335-1555. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Web: <http://communication.wsu.edu>. Lawrence Pintak, Founding Dean, (509) 335-8535.
FACULTY: Brett Atwood, Erica Austin, Michael Beam, Porismita Borah, Rebecca Cooney, Prabu David; Jolanta Drzewiecka, Larry Ganders, David Grewe, Elizabeth Blanks Hindman, Douglas Blanks Hindman, Eric Hoffman, Stacey Hust, E. Lincoln James, Roberta Kelly, Junghyun Kim, William Luers, Marvin Marcelo (General Manager NWPR & TV), Todd Norton, Brett Oppegaard, Lucrezia Paxson, Dan Petek, Jeffery Peterson, Bruce Pinkleton, Wayne Popeski, Michael Rabby, Kanale Rhoden, Joe Sampson, Benjamin Shors, Richard Taflinger, Alexis Tan, Paul Mark Wadleigh, and Changmin Yan;
Emers.: Joe Ayres, Tim Hopf, Elizabeth Krueger, Robert Nofsinger, W. Neal Robison; Adj.
Degree Programs: Journalism and Media Production (includes Broadcasting and Print Journalism), Strategic Communication (includes Public Relations and Advertising), Communication and Society.
FACILITIES: AAF, AM, FM, CATV, CN, FDT, DR, ETV, AP, CCTV, ComN, Research Labs/Centers: Murrow Center for Media & Health Promotion.
DEGREES: BA, MA, Ph.D. in Communication.
• Western Washington University
516 High Street, CF 251, Bellingham, WA 98225-9161. Tel: (360) 650-3252, FAX: (360) 650-2848. Email: <email@example.com>; Web: http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~journal. Department of Journalism, 1967. SPJ. Shearlean Duke, chair.
FACULTY: Assoc. Profs.: Carolyn Dale, Shearlean Duke, John Harris, Brad Howard, Tim Pilgrim; Asst. Prof.: Jennifer Keller, Carolyn Nielsen-Thompson, Peggy Watt, Sheila Webb; Lectrs.: Stephen Howie, Jack Keith.
SEQUENCES: News-Editorial, Public Relations, Visual Journalism, Environmental Journalism.
FACILITIES: FM, CATV, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComR, ComTV, DR, ETV, JM, PRA, VDT.
DEGREE: BA in Journalism (News-Editorial), Journalism-Public Relations and Visual Journalism. Joint degree in Environmental Journalism. (BA).
Spokane, WA 99251. Tel: (509) 777-4739, FAX: (509) 777-4512. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication Studies. 1946. Gordon Jackson, chair.
Communication Studies: The Communication Studies department offers majors in journalism and mass communication, speech communication and communication.
Emory and Henry College
PO Box 947, Garnand Dr., Emory, VA 24327. Tel: (276) 944-6822, Fax: (276) 944 6934; Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Mass Communications. 1975. Teresa Keller, chair.
Program: For students considering careers in print journalism, broadcasting, graphic design, advertising, public relations, web journalism and web design. Award winning faculty and graduates. Strong liberal arts emphasis.
3101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 200, Arlington, VA 2220, Tel: (202) 687-7000; Fax: 703-812-9324. School of Continuing Studies. Denise Li Associate Dean.
Master of Professional Studies in Journalism: The program fuses traditional journalism and “new” media. As innovative technology formats change the way news is delivered, the critical skills remain the same: careful, patient reporting, sophisticated storytelling, and sound, ethical judgment. The program immerses students in the real world of twenty-first century media. Our faculty includes seasoned news veterans from leading print, national broadcast, and digital media, as well as literary agents, authors, documentarians, public intellectuals, and new media entrepreneurs. The program offers three tracks that students can choose from: Advocacy/Immersion Journalism, Cultural Journalism and International/Political Journalism.
Degree: MPS in Journalism.
546 E. Queen St., Hampton, VA 23668. Tel: (757) 727-5405, FAX: (757) 728-6011. Scripps Howard School of Journalism & Communications, 1967. AAF, KTA, NABJ, PRSSA, Rosalynne Whitaker-Heck, interim dean.
SEQUENCES: Broadcast Journalism; Public Relations; Print Journalism.
FACILITIES: AP, FM, CATV, CN, ComN, DR, ETV, VDT.
James Madison University
MSC #2104, Harrisonburg, VA 22807. Tel: (540) 568-7007; FAX: (540) 568-7026. Web: <http://smad.jmu.edu>. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. School of Media Arts and Design. Steve Anderson, director; Rustin Greene, assistant director.
CONCENTRATIONS: Converged Media, Corporate Communication, Digital Video & Cinema, Journalism.
FACILITIES: High-definition Video Production Studio and Post-Production Lab, Converged Media Lab, Newsroom, Magazine Lab, Writing Lab, Resource Center.
DEGREES: B.A., B.S.
1971 University Blvd., Lynchburg, VA 24506. Tel: (434) 582-2111; FAX: (434) 582-7461. Dr. William Gribbin, Dean School of Communication, wgribbin@Liberty.edu, Dr. Cecil V. Kramer, Jr., Associate Dean, cvkramer@Liberty.edu. Dr. William Mullen, Chairman, Department of Communication Studies, wmullen@Liberty.edu.
BS in Communication Studies: Communication Studies majors complete 42 hours including 12 core hours and 30 hours of concentration in one of the following areas: Speech Communication, Broadcasting, Journalism, or Advertising/Public Relations. Minors are offered in Speech Communication, Journalism and Advertising/Public Relations. BS in Visual Communication Arts (VCAR) Visual Communication Arts majors complete 45 hours including 15 hours of core curriculum and 30 hours of concentration in one of the following areas: Graphics Design or Studio Art. Minors are offered in both areas. MA in Communication Studies. Students complete 36 graduate hours in Communication Studies including 12 hours of concentration in one of the following areas: Rhetoric and Religious Communication, Interpersonal and Organizational Communication, and Media and Communication, 6 hours of research and thesis, and 18 hours of electives in theory or communication development courses from department offerings.
The Department sponsors a student newspaper (The Liberty Champion), student radio station (C-91, The Light), Yearbook (Selah), drama, forensics and debate teams.
1501 Lakeside Dr., Lynchburg VA 24501. Tel: (804) 544-8544, FAX: (804) 544-8661. Email: <email@example.com>. School of Communication & Arts. 1983. Heywood Greenberg, dean and prof., journalism.
Journalism Program: offers print, broadcast, mass communication and speech communication. Students produce cable video programs and weekly newspaper. Emphasis on experiential education as well as theory.
Mary Baldwin College
Staunton, VA 24401. Tel: (540) 887-7112; FAX: (540) 887-7040. Communication Department. Bruce Dorries, Ph.D., Chair. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A generalist, liberal arts-based Communication program that combines mass communication course work and human communication classes with emphasis on community service learning projects. Independent student newspaper, television station and year book.
2807 N. Glebe Rd., Arlington, VA 22207. Tel: (703) 284-3840. Department of Communication & Graphic Design, 1973. Paul Byers, Ralph Frasca, Mass Communication Coordinators. Email: <email@example.com>.
Mass Communication Program: offers BA with concentrations in Print Journalism, Broadcasting and Visual Communication. Program combines professional-skills approach (writing, editing, internships) with liberal-arts approach (history, law, theory).
• Norfolk State University
700 Park Ave., Norfolk, VA 23504. Tel: (757) 823-8331, FAX: (757) 823-9119. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. NABJ, PRSSA, AER. Department of Mass Communications and Journalism, 1994. (Formerly Department of Journalism, 1975 and Department of Mass Communications, 1975) Wanda Brockington, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Stan Tickton (Grad. Coord.); Assoc. Profs.: Paula Briggs, Wanda Brockington; Asst. Profs.: Cathy Jackson, Marcia Taylor; Instr.: Steve Opfer; Adjunct Fac.: Battinto Batts, Carl Daniels, T. Jen‘Nein Ferrell, Kimberly Payne, Marquita Smith.
SEQUENCES: General Broadcasting, General Journalism.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, AdA, CATV, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComTV, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA.
• Radford University
704 Fairfax St., Campus Post Office Box 6932, Radford, VA 24142. Tel: (540) 831-6553. FAX: (540) 831-5883. Email: email@example.com>. Web: <http://www.radford.edu/content/chbs/home/comm.html>; School of Communication, 2008 (formerly Department of Communication, 1968, and Department of Media Studies, 1994) AAF, AER, IABC, PRSSA, SCJ. Lynn M. Zoch, Director.
FACULTY: Profs: Joe Flickinger, Vincent Hazleton, Bill Kovarik, Lynn Zoch (Director); Assoc. Prof.: Courtney Bosworth, Sandy French, Matthew Turner, Lisa Baker Webster; Asst. Profs.: K. West Bowers, John Brummette, James Collier, Scott Dunn, Bob Stepno, Shuo Yao; Instrs.: Erin M. Berman, Sam Jennings, Leigh Anne Kelley, Betty Kennan, Joe Staniunas, Jr.; Adjunct Fac.: Christopher Finley, Lora Gordon, Megan Elder-Taylor, Ann Brown, Roland Lazenby; Prof. Emer.: George Grice, Clay Waite, Richard Worringham; Staff: Christine Carter, Stacie Whitlock.
CONCENTRATIONS: In Communication: Communication Studies, Public Relations. In Media Studies: Advertising, Journalism, Production Technology.
FACILITIES: FM, CATV, CCTV, CN, ComN, VDT.
DEGREES: BS, BA in Media Studies, BS, BA in Communication, MS in Corporate and Professional Communication
1000 Regent University Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23464-9800. Tel: (757) 226-4237. FAX: (757) 226-4275. School of Journalism. Mark Menga, chair.
Journalism Program: The school offers a MA in Journalism with sequences in news-editorial, broadcast journalism, public relations, magazine, professional writing and journalism education. Regent also offers a PhD in journalism and communication.
Richmond, University of
Richmond, VA 23173. Tel: (804) 289-8323, FAX: (804) 287-6052. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Major and Minor in Journalism. Steve Nash, journalism chairman.
Journalism Department: Emphases on news gathering and news writing. Has broad liberal arts requirements. Facilities include: AP, FM, CN, DR.
• Virginia Commonwealth University
901 W. Main St., PO Box 842034, Richmond, VA 23284-2034. Tel: (804) 828-2660, FAX: (804) 828-9175. Web: <masscomm.vcu.edu>. School of Mass Communications, 1950. KTA, NABJ, PRSSA, RTNDA, SPJ., VCU Ad Club, Dr. Yan Jin, Interim Director; Will Sims, Associate Director; Lauren Stewart, Assistant Director for Development;
FACULTY: Profs.: June Nicholson, Judy VanSlyke Turk; Assoc. Profs.: Tim Bajkiewicz, Bridget Camden, Yan Jin, Ernest F. Martin, Jr., Peyton Rowe, Scott Sherman, Will Sims, Jeff South, Clarence Thomas. Asst. Profs.: Marcus Messner, William Oglesby, Ashley Shoval, Yuan Zhang. Instructors: William Farrar, Gary Gillam, Vivian Medina-Messner, Mary Ann Owens, Sean Stewart. Affiliate Faculty: David Hess, Mark Schaefermeyer. Adjunct Faculty.: James Adams, Charles Ajemian, Roi Boyd, Malorie Burkett, Brad Byrne, Sean Collins-Smith, Constantin Cotzias, Adam Cunningham, William Daniel, William DeVasher, Aaron Dotson, Meghan Ely, Britt Farrar, Donald Forst, Kelly Gannon, Jessica Garrett, John Geerdes, Norberto Gomez, Janelle Hancock, Robert Holland, Sarah Huddle, Mark Jeffries, Marcel Jennings, Cassie Jones, Jeffrey Kraus, David Lawrence, Shana Meganck, John Mizell, Jonathan Newman, Ryan Nobles, Patrick Owens, Colleen Phelps, Keat Powell, Anne Richardson, Noel Ritter, Kevin Rothermel, Cynthia Schmidt, Elizabeth Scoggins, Jennifer Scott, Thomas Scott, James Setaro, Jason Smith, Jolinda Smithson, Tracy Tierney, Allison Williams, Christen Witte, Prof. Emeritus.: George T. Crutchfield (deceased). Assoc. Prof. Emerita: Wilma Wirt.
SEQUENCES: Undergraduate: Advertising (Strategic Concentration, Creative Concentration); Journalism (Broadcast Concentration, Print Concentration); Public Relations. Graduate: Integrated Public Relations and Advertising Master of Science Program; Multimedia Journalism Master of Science Program, Strategic Public Relations Master of Science Program. Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Media, Art and Text (MATX)
FACILITIES: AP, AM, FM, CN, VDT.
DEGREES: BS, MS, Interdisciplinary Ph.D.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)
121 Shanks Hall, Mail Code 0311, Blacksburg, VA 24061 Tel: (540) 231-7136, FAX: (540) 231-9817. Email: <email@example.com>. Web: <http://www.comm.vt.edu>. Department of Communication, 1980. Robert E. Denton, Jr., head.
SEQUENCES: Speech, Print Journalism, Broadcasting, PR,
FACILITIES: FM, CAJV, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComJV, DR. EJV, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
Virginia Union University
1500 N. Lombardy St., Richmond, VA 23220. Tel: (804) 257-5649, FAX: (804) 257-5694. Department of Mass Communications, 1976. Thomas Fensch, Department Chair.
FACULTY: Prof.: Emmanuel U. Onyedike; Assoc. Profs.: Vanessa Coombs, Thomas Fensch; Part-time Fac.: LeRoy Boyd, Henry Moore.
Journalism Department: Offers Broadcast and News-Editorial sequences with internship programs in local news media.
FACILITIES: Campus Radio Station, Multimedia Lab, Digital Editing Lab, Campus Television Studio.
• Washington and Lee University
Lexington, VA 24450. Tel: (540) 458-8432, FAX: (540) 458-8845, Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Journalism and Mass Communications, 1925. SPJ. Pamela K. Luecke, head.
FACULTY: Profs.: Robert J. deMaria, Brian E. Richardson, Pamela K. Luecke, Edward Wasserman; Assoc. Profs.: Claudette Guzan Artwick, Adedayo Abah, Doug Cumming; Asst. Prof.: Indira Somani. Reynolds Prof. of Legal Reporting: Toni Locy. Emer. Profs: John K. Jennings, Louis W. Hodges, Hampden H. Smith III. Staff: Melissa Cox, Michael Todd, John Muncie, Joan Millon.
SEQUENCES: Journalism, Business Journalism, Mass Communications.
FACILITIES: Converged digital newsroom; high-definition video production facility; community access cable channel; AP, FM, VDT.
• St. Michael’s College
Winooski Park, Colchester, VT 05439. Tel: (802) 654-2621, (802) 654-2637, FAX: (802) 654-2560, Email: <email@example.com>. Web: <http://academics.smcvt.edu/journalism/>. Department of Media Studies, Journalism & Digital Arts, 1974. KTA, New England Press Assn., Vermont Press Assn. David T. Z. Mindich, chair.
FACULTY: Prof.: David T. Z. Mindich; Assoc. Profs.: Traci Griffith, Gifford Hart (emeritus), Jon Hyde, Kimberly Sultze, Jerry Swope; Instrs.: Allison Cleary, Bob Davis, Mike Donoghue, Kevin Kelley, Courtney Lamdin
SEQUENCES: A converged curriculum since 1994, encompassing the department’s three areas of focus: media studies, journalism, and digital arts.
FACILITIES: electronic newsroom; digital still cameras and video cameras; digital editing; webpage production; FM; radio production lab; internships in print, broadcast media, Web design, politics, public relations and advertising. AM/FM, ComN, ComTV, DR, JN, PRA, VDT, AdA.
• Brigham Young University
360 BRMB, Provo, UT 84602, Tel: (801) 422-2997, FAX: (801) 422-0160 Email: <comms_ firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communications, 1933. AAF, AEJMC, AJHA, APPE, ASJMC, ASNE, BEA, ICA, IIQM, IPR, IAMCR, KTA, LASA, NAB, POPAI, PRSA, RTNDA, SPJ, SPM, NNA, SWECJMC, UPA. Brad L. Rawlins, Chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Edward E. Adams, Sherry L. Baker, R. John Hughes, Thomas E. Robinson, Steven R. Thomsen (Graduate Coordinator), Laurie J. Wilson; Assoc. Profs.: Mark A. Callister, Joel Campbell, Edward L. Carter, Dale L. Cressman (assoc. chair, Undergrad Studies), Christopher Cutri, Kevin Kelly, Douglas R. McKinlay, Kenneth D. Plowman, Brad L. Rawlins, Quint B. Randle, Robert I. Wakefield, Susan Walton (assoc. chair, Student Media), J. Robert Walz; Asst. Profs.: Clark Callahan, John Davies, Jared Johnson, Anne Golden Worsham.
SEQUENCES: Advertising (Creative, Management), Communications Studies, Journalism (Broadcast, Digital, Print), Public Relations.
PROGRAMS/CENTERS: International Media Studies, Communications Research.
STUDENT LABS: Advanced Advertising Lab, Bradley Public Relations Firm, The Daily Universe, ElevenNews
FACILITIES: AP, NPR wire, AM/FM, AdA, CATV, CCTV, ComN, ComR, ComTV, DR, ETV, JN, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
Southern Utah University
351 W. University Blvd., Centrum 213, Cedar City, UT 84720, Tel: (435) 586-7861, FAX: (435) 865-8352. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication. Jon Smith, Chair.
Curriculum Areas: Advertising, Broadcasting, Interpersonal Communication, Journalism and Public Relations.
Facilities: AdA, AP, ComTV, CN, DR,ETV, FM,VDT.
Degrees: BA, BS, MA.
Utah, University of
255 S. Central Campus Dr. Rm. 2400, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0491. Tel: (801) 581-6889, FAX: (801) 585-6255. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication, 1948. AER, KTA, PRSSA, SPJ, WICI, UAF. Robert K. Avery, chair.
SEQUENCES: Journalism, New Media, Strategic Communication, General Mass Communication.
FACILITIES: AM, FM, CCTV, ETV.
DEGREES: BS, BA, MS, MA, PhD (in Communication not Mass Communication).
• Utah State University
Logan, UT 84322-4605. Tel: (435) 797-3292. FAX: (435) 797-3973. Email: <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org> Websites: <www.usu.edu/journalism>; <www.hardnewscafe.usu.edu>. Department of Journalism and Communication. ASJMC, BEA, PRSSA, SPJ. Edward C. Pease, head.
FACULTY: Prof.: Edward C. Pease (Dept. Head & Grad Coord., 797-3293; <email@example.com>); Assoc. Profs.: Cathy Ferrand Bullock (Asst. Dept. Head, 797-1412; <firstname.lastname@example.org>), Brenda Cooper (797-3253; <email@example.com>); Lecturers: Dean Byrne (b’cast, 797-3754; <firstname.lastname@example.org>), Brian Champagne (vid. coord., 797-3220; <email@example.com>), Preston Parker, (PR, 797-3259; <firstname.lastname@example.org>), Stephen Reiher (PR coord, 797-3281; <email@example.com>); Adjunct Instrs.: Jane Koerner, Shane Krebs, Tim Vitale, Friend Weller; Emerita: Penny Byrne (<firstname.lastname@example.org>), Nancy M. Williams (<email@example.com>)
CONCENTRATIONS: Broadcasting/Electronic Media, Print Journalism, Public Relations/ Corporate Communications.
FACILITIES: CATV, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComTV, DR, ETV, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS, online certificate in professional communication.
Weber State University
Ogden, UT 84408-1605. Tel: (801) 626-6426. FAX: (801) 626-7975. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Department of Communication. Randolph J. Scott, chair.
Journalism Program: Separate emphases in Journalism, Public Relations and Electronic Media leading to bachelor’s degrees.
• Abilene Christian University
Abilene, TX 79699. Tel: (325) 674-2296, FAX: (325) 674-2139. Email: <email@example.com>. Journalism and Mass Communication Department, 1969. AAF, KTA, PRSSA, SPJ, BEA. Dr. Cheryl Mann Bacon, chair.
FACULTY: Dr. Cheryl Mann Bacon (chair); Assoc. Profs: Dr. Susan Lewis (dir. multimedia) Kenneth Pybus, J.D.(dir. convergence journalism); Instrs.: Joyce Haley, Dave Hogan (dir. Ad/PR), Doug Mendenhall (journalist in residence), Cade White; Prof. Emer.: Dr. Charles H. Marler.
SEQUENCES: Advertising/Public Relations, Convergence Journalism, Multimedia, Convergence Journalism/ Multimedia with Teacher Certification
FACILITIES: AP, AM/FM, Ad/PRA, CATV, LPTV, ComN, ComTV, DR, ETV, JN, VDT, Lexis/Nexis.
DEGREES: BS, BA, BS with teacher certification
Angelo State University
San Angelo, TX 76909. Tel: (915) 942-2031; FAX: (915) 942-2078. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communications, Drama and Journalism, 1965. AAF, TIPA, TJEC. Jack C. Eli, prof. and head.
Journalism Program: Offers courses in news editorial, advertising/public relations and broadcasting.
• Baylor University
Waco, TX 76798-7353. Tel: (254) 710-3261, FAX: (254) 710-3363. Department of Journalism & Media Arts, 1927. KTA, NABJ, PRSSA, SPJ. Clark Baker, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Mike Blackman, Sara Stone; Assoc. Prof.: Clark Baker, Robert Darden, Douglas Ferdon; Asst. Profs: Liz Bates; Mia Moody; Instrs.: Sharon Bracken, Cassy Burleson, Curtis Callaway, Allin Means, Brad Owens, Maxey Parrish, Carol Perry, Kevin Tankersley.
SEQUENCES: News-Editorial, Public Relations, International Journalism, Photojournalism.
FACILITIES: AP, FM, DR, ETV, JM, JN, PRA, VDT, CCTV.
DEGREES: BA, MA, MIJ.
Abilene, TX 79698. Tel: (915) 670-1414; FAX: (915) 670-1409; Email: <email@example.com>; Web Page: www.hsutx.edu/comm.htm. Department of Communication. Darrel Baergen, chair.
Journalism Program: Twenty-eight hours in Journalism/Public Relations and forty-five hours in Broadcasting/Visual Communication.
• Houston, University of
4800 Calhoun, Jack J. Valenti School of Communication, Houston, TX 77204-3002. Tel: (713) 743-2873, FAX: (713) 743-2876. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Journalism Program, 1963. Jack J. Valenti School of Communication, 1978. AAF, AWC, BEA, NABJ, PRSSA, SPJ. Beth Olson, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: William Douglas, William Hawes, Robert Heath, Garth Jowett, Mike Ryan; Assoc. Profs.: Martha Haun, Jaesub Lee, Beth Olson, Fred Schiff; Asst. Profs.: Lan Ni, Brian Smith, Jennifer Vardeman-Winter, Zhiwen Xiao, Jill Yamasaki; Clinical. Prof.: David McHam; Clinical. Asst. Prof.: Deborah Bridges, Suzanne Buck, Craig Crowe, Julie Fix, Keith Houk, Randy Polk.
CONCENTRATIONS: Health Communication, Journalism, Media Production, Media Studies, Public Relations/Advertising, Organizational/Corporate Communication, Interpersonal Communication.
FACILITIES: TV, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComTV, ETV, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
• Houston Baptist University
Houston, TX 77074-3298. Tel: (281) 649-3520; FAX: (281) 649-3246; Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communications, 1979. Steven R. Snyder, chair.
FACULTY: Prof.: James S. Taylor; Assoc. Profs.: Alice Rowlands (Adviser, Collegian), Steven Snyder (dept. chair, Photography); Asst. Prof.: Laura B. Ashley (Public Relations); Instrs.: Clay Porter (Program Manager, Instructional TV), Isaac Simpson (Operations Manager, Instructional TV); Adjunct Profs.: Vivian Camacho, Don Kobos.
SEQUENCES: Newswriting/Reporting, TV Production, Advertising/PR, Photojournalism/Photography.
FACILITIES: TV studio, Newspaper lab, DR.
DEGREES: BA, BS.
Box 10050, Beaumont, TX 77710. Tel.: (409) 880-8153; FAX: (409) 880-8760; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication. Patrick Harrigan, chair.
Communication Program: The department offers a broad-based major in communication with concentrations in coporate communication studies, media/broadcast and film studies, journalism studies, and advertising studies.
• Midwestern State University
B110 Fain Fine Arts Center, Wichita Falls, TX 76308. Tel.: (940) 397-4391. FAX: (940) 397-4909. Email: <email@example.com>. Mass Communication Department, 1985. ACP, ASJMC, BEA, CBI, CMA, PRSA, SWEJMC, SWJC, TIPA. Jim Sernoe, chair.
FACULTY: Prof.: June Kable (emer.); Assoc. Prof.: Jim Sernoe (chair); Asst. Profs.: Roy Allen (emer.), Jim Gorham, Sandra Grant, Mitzi Lewis, Liz Minden, Randy Pruitt (emer.), Bradley Wilson (student media director); Adjunct Fac.:Annette Bever, Judy Braddy, Kory Dorman, Don Henschel, Laura Jefferson, Donnie Kirk, Elizabeth Lewandowski.
SEQUENCES: Broadcasting, Digital Media, Journalism, Public Relations/Advertising.
FACILITIES: TV studios, visual arts lab, Macintosh lab, Newspaper Lab.
• North Texas, University of
369-8959; Web, http://www.jour.unt.edu>. The Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism: Frank W. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism, Department of News and Department of Strategic Communications, 2010; AAF, DTA, KTA, NABJ, NAHJ, PRSSA, SPJ, NPPA, IABC. Dr. Roy Busby, APR, interim dean of the Mayborn School, Director of the Mayborn Graduate Institute & Associate Graduate Dean, Mayborn Graduate Institute; Nann Goplerud, interim chair of the Department of News; Sheri Broyles, interim chair of the Department of Strategic Communications.
FACULTY: Profs: Roy K. Busby, Sheri Broyles; Assoc. Profs. Tracy Everbach (News), Nikhil Moro (News), Jim Mueller (News); Asst. Profs.: Thorne Anderson (Photojournalism), Koji Fuse (Public Relations), Gwen Nisbett (Pubic Relations); Principal Lecturers: George Getschow (News), Nann Goplerud (News); Senior Lecturers: Neil Foote (Broadcast News), Peter Noble (Advertising) Kathie Hinnen (NT Daily Adviser); Lecturers: Samra Bufkins (Public Relations), Bill Ford (Advertising), Michelle Redmond (News).
The Department of News covers these emphasis areas: print, magazine publishing, webcasting, broadcast news, photojournalism and the Department of Strategic Communications covers these emphasis areas: public relations, advertising and online interactive.
FACILITIES: AP, DR, JM, JN, FM, VDT, PRA, ADA.
DEGREES: BA, MA, MJ., Interdisciplinary Ph.D.
CERTIFICATES: (Undergraduate) Sports Journalism; (Graduate)
Narrative Journalism, Interactive & Virtual Digital Communication, and Public Relations.
Prairie View A&M University
P.O. Box 0156, Prairie View, TX 77446-0156. Tel: (409) 857-2229, 857-4511, FAX: (409) 857-2309. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communications, 1974. ACA, NAB, NABJ, AAF, NCA, SPJ, SSCA, TSCA. Dejun Liu, head.
Journalism Program: The department, a part of the College of Arts and Sciences, offers a BA in Communications with a core of courses from all areas of the department (journ., RATV, speech). Students then select the remainder of their major courses in particular area. The department operates KPVU-FM, an educational broadcast facility with four professional-quality studios and NPR affiliation. Also has two professional-quality television studio laboratories and a computer-based radio, TV and journalism writing laboratory as well as a speech communication lab.
• Sam Houston State University
1804 Ave. J, P.O. Box 2207-SHSU, Huntsville TX 77341-2207. Tel: (936) 294-1341, FAX: (936) 294-1888; Department of Mass Communication. Jean R. Bodon, Chair. E-mail: <email@example.com>. NBS, PRSSA, NABJ.
FACULTY: Philip J. Warner Chairs in Journalism: Peter Roussel; Dan Rather Chair: Kelli Arena; Profs.: Jean R. Bodon (Chair), Janet A. Bridges; Assoc Profs.: Christopher White; Asst. Profs.: Robin Johnson, Ruth Massingill, LaChrystal Ricke; Lectrs.: Richard O. Kosuowei; Clinical Assistant Professor.: Mel Strait
SEQUENCES: Broadcast Journalism, Broadcast Production, Media Sales & Management, Print Journalism, Public Relations
FACILITIES: CABLE-TV, FM-Radio, Newspaper
Southern Methodist University
Temerlin Advertising Institute, Meadows School of the Arts, 6101 Bishop Blvd, Suite 1120, Dallas, Texas 75275. Tel.: (214) 768-3090; FAX (214) 768-1155, Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Jo Ellyn Carrell, Administrator.
SEQUENCES: Advertising (General, Media and Creative)
SEQUENCES: Advertising (Account Management, Account Planning, Media, Creative)
Division of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs, 3300 Dyer St., Umphrey Lee Center, Rm. 229, Dallas, TX 75205. Tel.: (214) 768-1574; FAX: (214) 768-4780, Email: <email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org>. KTA, PRSSA, NFA. Rebecca Hewitt, Administrator.
SEQUENCES: Corporate Communication and Public Affairs.
Stephen F. Austin State University
Nacogdoches, TX 75962. Tel: (936) 468-4001, FAX: (936) 468-1331. Email: email@example.com. Department of Communication. Wanda Mouton, interim chair.
Journalism Program: Broadcasting and journalism, with journalism courses grouped into news-editorial, photojournalism, advertising, and public relations emphases (also has a speech division).
• Texas A&M University
4234 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-4234. Tel: (979) 458-1802; FAX: (979) 845-5408 or (979) 845-6594. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Michael Steele, program assistant; Edward L. Walraven, senior lecturer; Dale A. Rice, lecturer and program director.
Journalism Studies Program: Offers an interdisciplinary minor in journalism emphasizing skills courses and frequent interaction with news professionals.
• Texas A&M University
107 Scoates Hall, College Station, TX 77843-2116. Tel: (979) 862-3003; FAX: (979) 845-6296; Email: <email@example.com>. Deborah Dunsford, Program Coordinator. Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications.
Agricultural Communications/Agricultural Journalism: Agricultural communications focuses on the exchange of accurate information about the agricultural and natural resources industries through the most effective and efficient channels available using appropriate communication techniques and theories. Agricultural Journalism has been a program at Texas A&M University since 1918. Students in agricultural journalism take a core of courses including writing and editing. Students select from agricultural journalism electives in electronic media, public relations, publishing, and photography.
• Texas A&M University-Commerce
2600 Neal Street, Commerce, TX 75429-3011. Tel: (903) 886-5239/5229, (903) 886-5346, FAX: (903) 886-5230 or (903) 468-3250. Web: < http://www.tamu-commerce.edu/> Mass Media, Communication, and Theatre Department (formerly Journalism and Printing and Communication and Theatre), John Hanners, head.
FACULTY: Profs.: John Hanners, <John_Hanners@tamu-commerce.edu>, Lamar W. Bridges, <Lamar_Bridges@tamu-commerce.edu>, Robert Sanders, Robert_Sanders@tamu-commerce.edu; Assoc. Profs.: John Mark Dempsey, <John_Dempsey@tamu-commerce.edu>, Gary Burton, <Gary_Burton@tamu-commerce.edu>; Asst. Profs.: John Bellotti, <John_Bellotti@tamu-commerce.edu>; Carrie LEE KLYPCHAK <Carrie_KLYPCHAK @tamu-commerce.edu>; Michael G. Knight, Jr. Michael_Knight@tamu-commerce.edu; Instrs.: James T. Anderson, <Jim_Anderson@tamu-commerce.edu>, Fred Stewart (publications adviser), <Fred_Stewart@tamu-commerce.edu>; Profs. Emer.: Anthony J. Buckley, Otha C. Spencer, Georgia Anne Bomar.
SEQUENCES: Journalism (majors in News-Editorial, Public Relations, Journalism/Agricultural Sciences, Journalism/Economics (double majors), and Teaching emphases, Radio Television, Radio/Television/Agricultural Sciences, Speech Communication and Teaching emphases, Theatre and Teaching emphases.
FACILITIES: ComN, PRA, VDT, JN, Instructional Printing Facilities, Hdq. Texas Intercollegiate Press Association & Hall of Fame, AM/FM, CATV, ETV.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA, MS.
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
700 University Boulevard, MSC 178, Kingsville, TX 78363. Tel: (361) 593-3401, FAX: (361) 593-3402; <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Journalism/Department of Communications and Theatre Arts. William M. Alnor, Journalism Director.
Journalism Program: SWECJMC, UIL, TIPA. BA in Communication; Journalism sequences: News-Editorial and Radio-TV.
Texas A&M University-Texarkana
2600 N. Robison Rd., Texarkana, TX 75505-5518. Tel: (903) 223-3169, FAX: (903) 223-3120. Mass Communications and Journalism Department, 2002.
Mass Communication and Journalism Program: offers BS in Mass Communications. Graduates of their program are prepared for careers in the field of Journalism, Corporate Communication and Promotional Communication.
• Texas at Arlington, University of
700 W. Greek Row Dr.; Arlington, TX 76019. Tel: (817) 272-2163, FAX: (817) 272-2732. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication, 1972. AAF, KTA, PRSSA, SPJ. Charla Markham Shaw, Chair.
FACULTY: Assoc. Profs.: Andrew Clark, Tom Ingram, Tom Christie, Chyng-yang Jang, Eronini Megwa, Charla Markham Shaw; Asst. Profs.: Karishma Chatterjee, Sasha Grant, Brian Horton, Luis Lopez-Preciado, Sheetal Patel, Erika Pribanic-Smith, Chunke Su, Mark Tremayne, Shelley Wigley.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, News-Editorial, Broadcast, News and Public Affairs, Public Relations, Communication Technology, Communication Studies.
FACILITIES: AdA, AP, CATV, ComN, ComR, ComTV, DN, DR, PRA, VDT.
DEGREE: BA, MA.
• Texas at Austin, University of
Austin, TX 78712. Tel. (512) 471-1845, FAX: (512) 471-7979. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; School of Journalism, 1914. KTA, SPJ, Magazine Club, NPPA, SND, UTHJ, Texas Broadcasters. Glenn Frankel, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Rosental Alves, Dennis Darling, Maxwell E. McCombs, Stephen D. Reese, Russell G. Todd, Tracy Dahlby, Robert Jensen; Assoc. Profs.: Gene Burd, Renita Coleman, Mercedes L. de Uriarte, Dominic Lasorsa, Paula Poindexter, Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez, George Sylvie, Donna DeCesare; Asst. Profs.: Dustin Harp; Iris Chyi, Homero Gil de Zuniga; Sr. Lect.: Dave Garlock, Griff Singer, Kris Wilson; Clinical Professor: Wanda Cash, Bill Minutaglio, Eli Reed; Lecturer: Kate Dawson; Profs. Emer.: J.B. Colson, Wayne A. Danielson, William E. Korbus; Assoc. Prof. Emer.: Henry A. Anderson.
SEQUENCE: Broadcast News, Print Journalism, Photojournalism, Multi-media Journalism.
FACILITIES: AP, AM, CCTV, CN ComN, ComR, ComTV, DR, ETV, FM, JM, NYTS, PRA.
DEGREES: BJ, MA, Ph.D.
Texas at Brownsville, University of
Gorgas Hall, 80 Fort Brown, Brownsville, TX 78520-4993. Tel. (956) 882-8851, FAX: (956) 882-7064. Email: <email@example.com>. John Cook, program coordinator.
Texas at El Paso, University of
500 W. University Ave., El Paso, TX 79968-0550. Tel: (915) 747-5129. FAX: (915) 747-5236; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Web: <http://www.utep.edu/com/>;. Department of Communication. Dr. Frank G. Perez, chair. Sam Donaldson Center for Communication Studies. Patricia Witherspoon, director. Borderzine.com, Zita Arocha, director.
SEQUENCES: Communication Studies; Digital Media Production; Media Advertising; Multimedia Journalism; Organizational and Corporate Communication.
DEGREES: BA, MA in Communication.
• Texas Christian University
Fort Worth, TX 76129. Tel: (817) 257-7425, FAX: (817) 257-7322. Email: <email@example.com>; Schieffer School of Journalism, 1927. AAF, KTA, NABJ, PRSSA, SPJ. Tommy G. Thomason, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Douglas Ann Newsom (grad adviser, ad/PR), William T. Slater, Tommy G. Thomason (director), Suzanne Huffman (grad adviser, news and chair, Division of Journalism); Assoc. Profs.: Maggie Thomas, Julie O’Neil (chair, Division of Ad/PR), Amiso George, John Tisdale; Asst. Profs.: Larry Lauer, Janice Wood, Daxton Stewart, Stacy Landreth-Grau; Instrs.: Steve Levering; Adjunct Fac.: Linda Campbell, Geoff Campell, Kent Chapline, Aaron Chimbell, Mary Dulle, Mac Engle, Dave Ferman, Carmen Goldthwaite, Mark Horvit, Lhris Kesling, Kari Kirkham, Heather Landy, Punch Shaw. Rob Sherwin, Steve Stockdale, Jake Yarbrough, Claudia Butts, Carol Glover, Paul Harral, Tim Jones, Sarah Maben, Mark Mourer, Broc Sears; Professionals-in-Residence: Mike Wood, John Miller, Phil Record, Bob Ray Sanders, Robert Largen; Profs. Emer.: Jerry Grotta; Jack Raskopf.
SEQUENCES: News-Editorial (BA); News-Editorial, Broadcast Journalism, PR/Advertising (BS); International Communication (BA); Teaching Certification; Journalism, Ad/PR (MS).
FACILITIES: AP, AM, FM, Ad/PR A, ComN, DR, JM, JN, VDT, PhotoLab, CATV.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MS (Journalism and Ad/PR).
Texas Lutheran University
1000 W. Court St., Seguin, TX 78155-5999. Tel: (830) 372-8000, FAX: (830) 372-8096. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Website: <www.txlutheran.edu>. Department of English and Communication Studies. Steven S. Vrooman, chair.
Communication Studies Program: Introduces students to the fundamental principles of human communication, as well as to the study of a variety of the historical and cultural forms such communication takes. Through participation with the student publications, internships, students are able to develop and use their expanding knowledge of the field in professional settings.
Texas-Pan American, University of
1201 University Dr., Edinburg, TX 78541. Tel: (956) 381-3583, FAX: (956) 381-2685; Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication. Salma Ghanem, chair.
Texas of The Permian Basin, University of
4901 E. University, Odessa, TX 79762. Tel: (432) 552-2323, FAX: (432) 552-2374. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Communication Program. Jon Paulson, Area Coordinator.
Journalism Program: Emphasizes preparation for professional work in radio, TV or print media.
Texas Southern University
3100 Cleburne St., Houston, TX 77004. Tel: (713) 313-7214; FAX: (713) 313-7529. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communications, 1947. Shirley Moore, chair.
Journalism Program: The program offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees with concentrations in News/Editorial, Advertising/Public Relations and Broadcast Journalism.
• Texas State University-San Marcos
601 University Drive, San Marcos, TX 78666-4616. Tel: (512) 245-2656, FAX: (512) 245-7649. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Web: <www.masscomm.txstate.edu>. School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1947. AAF, Ad Club, KTA, PRSSA, NBS, SPJ. Bruce L. Smith, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Bruce L. Smith (director), Tom Grimes, Kate Peirce (coord., Gen. Mass Comm.), Sandhya Rao (associate director, Grad. Studies), Federico Subervi; Assoc. Profs.: Tim England (coord., Electronic Media), Laurie Fluker (assoc. dean), Judy Oskam (associate director, RRHEC), Frank Walsh; (coord., PR), Susan Weill; Asst. Profs.: Gilbert Martinez, Alexander Muk (coord., Ad), Ray Niekamp; Cindy Royal; Jacie Yang; Lecturers.: Emmeline Aguirre, Bob Bajackson (dir., Student Pubs), Larry Carlson, Elizabeth Clark, Kym Fox (coord., Print), Charles Kaufman, David Nolan, Dara Quackenbush, Dan Schumacher (gen. Mgr., KTSW-FM).
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Electronic Media, General Mass Communication, Journalism, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AdA, AP, CN, CNN, FM, ETV, JM, JN, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
• Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-3082. Tel: (806) 742-6500, FAX: (806) 742-1085. Web: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/masscom/ . College of Media Communication, 3003 Flint Ave., P.O. Box 43082, 79409-3082, AAF, KTA, PRSSA, SPJ, WICI. Jerry C. Hudson, founding dean. Email: <email@example.com>.
FACULTY: Profs.: Jerry C. Hudson (founding dean), Erik Bucy, (Marshall and Sharlene Formby Regents Professor), Coy Callison (associate dean for graduate studies); Randy Reddick (Morris Professor), Assoc. Profs.: Sam Bradley, Shannon Bichard (Chair , Dept. Advertising) , Todd Chambers (chair, Dept. Journalism & Electronic Media), William F. Dean, Jimmie Reeves, Roger C. Saathoff, Trent Seltzer (chair, Dept. of Public Relations), Kevin Stoker(associate dean of faculty), Kent Wilkinson (Regents Professor of Hispanic and International Communication); Asst. Profs.: Glenn Cummins, Olan Farnall, Elizabeth Gardner, Melissa Gotlieb, Kelly Kaufhold, Sun-Young Lee, Lilly Luo, Rebecca Ortiz, Robert Peaslee, Melanie Sarge, Autumn Shafer, Jessica Smith, Wei Wu Zhang; Instrs./Lectrs.: Pete Brewton, (Hutcheson Professional), Mary Ann Edwards, Jerod Foster, Derrick Ginter, Kippra Hopper, Kent Lowery, Ann Rodriguez, Jo Vaughn, Robert Wernsman , Marijane Wernsman (assistant dean of students), Profs. Emer.: Hower J. Hsia, Dennis Harp, Billy I. Ross; Assoc. Profs. Emer.: Bob Rooker, Ashton Thornhill, Elizabeth Watts.
DEPARTMENTS: Advertising, Journalism & Electronic Media and Communications, PR.
FACILITIES: AP, AdA, CN, DR, ETV, JM, JN, PRA, VDT, KTXT-FM.
DEGREES: BA, MA, Ph.D.
Texas Wesleyan University
1201 Wesleyan Street, Fort Worth, TX 76105. Tel: (817) 531-4927, FAX: (817) 531-6585. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Mass Communication. Michael Sewell, chair.
Journalism Program: Undergraduate programs in three emphases: ad/PR, journalism and radio-TV.
• Trinity University
San Antonio, TX 78212-7200. Tel: (210) 999-8113, FAX: (210) 999-8355. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication, 1930, NCA, ICA, BEA, Jennifer Henderson, Chair of department; William Christ General Manager of KRTU-FM.
FACULTY: Profs.: William Christ, Sammye Johnson, Robert Huesca; Assoc. Profs.: Aaron Delwiche, Jennifer Henderson; Asst. Profs.: Patrick Keating; Instr.: James Bynum (Operations Mgr., Comm. Center); Ron Nirenberg (Associate General Manager – KRTU); James Swerzenski (Operations Mgr.-KRTU); Kory Cook (Dir. Music/Chief Announcer); Katharine Martin (Trinitonian staff advisor).
FACILITIES: Television Studio (HD); Radio Station (HD); Media laboratory; Newspaper (weekly);
DEGREE: BA (Communication).
West Texas A&M University
Canyon, TX 79016. Tel: (806) 651-2411 or 2414, FAX: (806) 651-2818. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Art, Communication, and Theatre.
Mass Communications: Well-rounded program leading to BA or BS in Mass Communications with any one of the following emphases: print media, broadcasting or advertising/PR.
Austin Peay State University
Clarksville, TN 37044. Tel: (931) 221-7378, FAX: (931) 221-7265. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication and Theatre. Mike Gotcher, chair.
SEQUENCES: Broadcast Media, Public Relations, Print and Web Journalism, Radio-TV, Corporate Communication, Media Technologies, Theatre, Theatre Education, online MA in Corporate Communication.
FACILITIES: AM, CN, TV studio, campus magazine, cable TV channel.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA.
1900 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN 37212. Tel: (615) 460-5447, FAX: (615) 460-6997. Department of Media Studies, 1986. Thom Storey, Chair.
Majors in audio video production, journalism, mass communication, public relations, video production. BA or BS degree. Chapter in PRSSA.
Christian Brothers University
Memphis, TN 38104. Tel: (901) 722-0386, FAX: (901) 722-0494. Journalism Option (in Department of Communication and Performing Arts), 1986. Joseph Ajami, head.
FACILITIES: AdA, CN, ComN, ComTV, DR, VDT.
• East Tennessee State University
PO Box 70667, Johnson City, TN 37614. Tel: (423) 439-7676, FAX: (423) 439-7540; Web: http://www.etsu.edu/cas/comm/. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication, 1968. AAA, AAF, BEA, SPJ, PRSSA Amber Kinser, chair.
FACULTY: Profs: Dan Brown (coord., Grad.), *John King (coord., PR); Asst. Profs: *Robert Andrew Dunn (coord., Jour.), Tammy Hayes, Shara Lange (coord. RTVF), *Stephen Marshall (coord., Adv.); Lectrs: Mary Alice Basconi, Megan Fannon, D.J. Jessee; RTVF Specialist: Candy Bryant; RTVF Chief Engineer: Daniel Santiago; Newspaper Advisor: Martha Milner; Adjuncts: Christopher Ball, Crystal Carter, Steve Hawkins, Robert Houk, Martin Walters, Jay Sandos, Lee Talbert, Mike White; Profs. Emer.: Tom Headley, Jerry Hilliard, *Jack Mooney; Former Chairs: Charles Roberts, Murvin H. Perry, Paul Walwick, Max L. Marshall(deceased). * (denotes AEJMC membership).
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Journalism, Public Relations, Radio-TV-Film.
FACILITIES: AdA, AM/FM, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComTV, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA.
Nashville, TN 37204-3951. Tel: (615) 279-6072, FAX: (615) 269-1834; Email: Department of Communication, 1950. Dr. James F. McCollum, assoc. prof. and chair.
Concentrations in: journalism, mass communication, oral communication and public relations. Chapters in SPJ and PRSSA. Launched WZLU-LPFM in August 2006.
• Memphis, University of
Meeman Journalism Building, Room 300, 3711 Veterans Ave., Memphis, TN 38152. email@example.com. Tel: (901) 678-2401, FAX: (901) 678-4287. Journalism Department, 1956. AAF, KTA, NABJ, PRSSA, SPJ. David Arant, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: David Arant, E.W. “Bill” Brody, Rick Fischer (Grad. coord., head, public relations), Elinor Grusin, Dan Lattimore, Jim Redmond; Assoc. Profs.: Joe Hayden, Ronald Spielberger, Sandra Utt (asst. chair, head, Advertising), Jin Yang (head, Internet Journalism); Asst. Profs: Carrie Brown, Tom Hrach (head, Newspaper-Magazine), Candy Justice, Lurene Kelley (head, Broadcast News), Erin Willis; Instr.: Pamela Denney, Robert Willis; Profs. Emer.: John DeMott, John Lee, Herbert Williams.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Broadcast News, Newspaper-Magazine, Public Relations, Internet Journalism.
FACILITIES: AP, AdA, CATV, CN, ComN, FM, JN, VDT, PRA.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
• Middle Tennessee State University
MTSU Box 51, Murfreesboro, TN 37132. Tel: (615-898-5171), Fax; (615-898-5682). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Kelle.Knight@mtsu.edu, College of Mass Communication, 1972. AM, AER, MCAI, RTNDA, KTA, NABJ, PRSSA, SPJ. Roy L Moore, Dean; Zeny Sarabia-Panol, Associate Dean; Kiplynn F. Todd (Director of Development); Olivia Young (Academic Advisor); Hattie Traylor (Academic Advisor).
FACULTY: Profs: Mike Alleyne, David P. Badger, Richard Barnet, Marc Barr, John Torres Bodle, Dwight Brooks (Director, School of Journalism), Larry Burriss, Cosette Collier, John Dougan, Paul Fischer, Christopher R. Harris, John Hill, Tom Jimison, Robert Kalwinsky, Beverly Keel, Ed Kimbrell, Roy L. Moore, Mary L. Nichols, Dennis J. Oneal, John Omachonu, Dan Pfeifer, Jim Piekarski, Billy Pittard (Chair, Dept. of Electronic Media Communication), Robert Pondillo, Jan P. Quarles (Director, MS Graduate Program), Wendell Rawls (Interim Director, Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies), Zeny Sarabia-Panol, Robert Spires, Robert S. Wood (Director, MFA Graduate Program); Assoc. Profs: Joseph Akins, Sanjay Asthana, Kenneth Blake (Director, Office of Communication Research), Lola Clare Bratten, William Crabtree (Interim Chair, Dept. of Recording Industry), Charles Dahan, Michael Fleming, Mathew Foglia, Jackie Heigle, Roger Heinrich, Amy Macy, Jane Marcellus, Matthew O’Brien, Melissa Wald, Guanping Zheng; Asst. Profs.: S. Leon Alligood, Rick Carnes, Tricia Farwell, Katherine Foss, Joonghwa Lee, Philip Loubere, Kevin McNulty, John Merchant, Todd O’Neill, Hanna Park, Jason Reineke, Jonathan Trundle, Jennifer Woodard; Adjuncts: Paul Allen, Chris Botsaris, Bob Dowd, John Egly, Luann Grandinetti, Alex Harmon, Glenn Himebaugh, Lisa Marchesoni, Andrew Oppmann, Shannon Randol, James Stevens, Hill Vinson, Audrey Weddington, Charles Whiting; Full-Time Temp: Edward Bowen, Brandt Conner, Bob Gordon, Sharon Fitzgerald, Gloria Green, Tim Griggs, Tim Hall, Robert Jasso, Stacy Merida, Tom Neff, Mark W. Owens, Daniel Rowland, Ron Vrablik; Journalist-in-Residence: Alice Klement; Post-Retirement Prof.: Chris Haseleu, Geoff Hull; Ray Wong; Audio Engineers: Dale Brown, Alton Dellinger. Information Technology Manager: Matthew Grosland; ITD Specialist: Angela Golden; Director of Technical Systems: Marc Parrish; Asst. Director: Mike Forbes; WMOT-FM: General Manager, Henri Pensis; Chief Engineer: Gary Brown; News Director: Mike Osborne; Program Director: Greg Lee Hunt; Development Director: Keith Palmer. CENTER FOR POPULAR MUSIC: Director, Dale Cockrell. CENTER FOR INNOVATION IN MEDIA: Director, Stephan Foust. SIDELINES: Faculty Advisor, Leon Alligood. WMTS & MT 10: Faculty Advisor, Robert Jasso. MT Records: Faculty Advisor, Amy Macy.
DEPARTMENTS: Center for Popular Music, Center for Innovation in Media, Electronic Media Communication, School of Journalism, Recording Industry, Graduate Studies in Mass Communication, M.F.A. Graduate Program, Office of Communication Research, Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies. Baldwin Gallery.
FACILITIES: AP, EM, CATV, CN, CNN, ComR, DDR, VDT, Digital Imaging Lab, Digital Animation Lab, Mobile Production Lab, Photography Lab, WMTS-FM, MT10, MT Records, WMOT-FM.
DEGREES: BS, MFA, MS.
PO Box 500, Milligan College, TN 37682. Tel: (423) 461-8994; FAX: (423) 461-8965. Email: <email@example.com>, Web: <ww.milligan.edu>. Communications Area, 1988. Simon J. Dahlman, chair.
Communications Area: A communications major with 36 semester hours leads to BA or BS degree. Five emphases available: broadcasting, digital media, film studies, journalism, and public relations.
• Tennessee, The University of
1345 Circle Park Drive, 302 Communications-UEB, Knoxville, TN 37996-0332. Tel: (865) 974-3031, FAX: (865) 974-3896, Web: <http://cci.utk.edu>; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. College of Communication and Information 2002; College of Communications, 1969; School of Journalism, 1947. AAF, NBS/AER, KTA, NSSA, PRSSA, SPJ. Michael O. Wirth, dean.
FACULTY: Profs: Benjamin J. Bates, Charles E. Caudill, Peter Gross (director, School of Jour & Elec Media), John E. Haley, Mark D. Harmon, Robert B. Heller, Roxanne Hovland, Mariea G. Hoy, Barbara K. Kaye, Mark E. Littmann (Chair of Excellence-Jour.), Catherine A. Luther (associate dean for academic programs), Sally J. McMillan (UTK vice provost for academic affairs), Margaret A. Morrison (interim director, School of Adv and PR), Norman R. Swan, Ronald Taylor, Dwight L. Teeter, Jr. (former dean), Michael O. Wirth; Assoc. Profs: Elizabeth Johnson Avery, Robyn Blakeman, Lisa T. Fall, J. Robert Legg, Jr., Michael Palenchar, Candace L. White; Asst. Profs: Courtney Carpenter Childers, Nicholas Geidner, Elizabeth Hendrickson, Yuliya Lutchyn, Michael Martinez, Jin Seong Park, Amber Roessner, Erin Whiteside; Instr: Bonnie L. Hufford; Lectrs.: Melanie Faizer, Maria Fontenot, Lisa Gary, Benny Smith, Hubert Smith, Jim Stovall (Edward J. Meeman distinguished professor), Sharon Toedte, Georgiana Vines, Chris Wohlwend; Grad. Teaching Assoc: Jaclyn Cameron, Hyuk Jun Cheong, Ioana Coman, Dnae D'Arcy, Nathaniel Evans, Melissa Graham, Iveta Imre, Ilwoo Ju, Kevin Lessmiller, Danijela Radic, Ivanka Radovic, Alicia Ransom, Jodi Rightler-McDaniels, Meenakshi Trichur Venkitasubramanian, Dzmitry Yuran; Dean: Michael O. Wirth; Assoc. Dean of Academic Programs: Catherine A. Luther; Director of Internationalization and Outreach: Norman R. Swan; Director of Undergrad. Studies and Advising: Betty N. Bradley; Profs. Emer: June N. Adamson (deceased), Paul G. Ashdown, Dorothy A. Bowles, Dozier C. Cade, James A. Crook, George A. Everett (deceased), Jack B. Haskins (deceased), Darrel W. Holt (deceased), Herbert H. Howard, Richard Joel, John M. Lain (deceased), Barbara A. Moore, Michael W. Singletary, Frank B. Thornburg, Willis C. Tucker (deceased); Assoc. Prof. Emer.: DeForrest Jackson, Sammie L. Puett (deceased); Prof. Emer. and Former Deans: DeWitt C. Reddick (deceased), Donald G. Hileman (deceased), Faye D. Julian, Kelly Leiter.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Public Relations, Journalism and Electronic Media.
FACILITIES: FM, Ada, CN, ComN, ComR, ComTV, CATV, PRA, VDT, JM.
DEGREES: BS, MS, PhD in Communication and Informatio
• Tennessee at Chattanooga, University of
Chattanooga, TN 37403-2598. Tel: (423) 425-4400, FAX: (423) 425- 4695. Communication Department, 1978. SPJ, BEA, PRSSA, AAF, NABJ, ASJMC. Accredited ACEJMC 1996. Betsy Alderman, Head.
FACULTY: Profs.: Betsy B. Alderman (Luther Masingill Professor) Peter K. Pringle (emer.), David B. Sachsman (West Chair of Excellence in Comm.), S. Kitrell Rushing (Frank McDonald Professor); Assoc. Profs.: Rebekah Bromley, Elizabeth Gailey; Charlene Simmons Asst. Profs.: Felicia McGhee-Hilt; Instr./TV Studio Mgr: Michael Andrews Part-time Instrs.: Angela Ballard, Nicole Brown, Kristiina Braden, Brendan Jennings, Bill Lockhart, Billy Weeks.
FACILITIES: FM, AdA, CCTV, CN, ComN, PRA, VDT, AP, CATV.
Tennessee at Martin, University of
305 Gooch Hall, Martin, TN 38238. Tel: (731) 881-7546, FAX: (731) 881-7550. Email: <Rnanney@utm.edu>. Department of Communications, 1971. Newspaper, SPJ, PRSSA, Broadcasting Guild, NABJ, WIC, VisComm Society, yearbook. Robert Nanney, chair.
SEQUENCES: Broadcasting, News Editorial, PR, Visual Communication.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, DR, JN, CableTV, TV, AP, VDT, Audio/Video editing lab.
DEGREES: BA, BS.
Tennessee Technological University
1 William L. Jones Drive, Cookeville, TN 38505-0001. Tel: (931) 372-3060, FAX: (931) 372-6225. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of English and Communication, Communication/Journalism, Dr. Earl R. Hutchison, Director
Black Hills State University
1200 University Street, Unit 9003, Spearfish, SD 57799-9003. Tel: (605) 642-6420, FAX: (605) 642-6762. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Contact: Mary Caton-Rosser, Assistant Professor of Mass Communication.
Journalism Program: Four-year undergraduate degree program in converged mass communication with emphases in print journalism, computer publishing, multi-media, photography, public relations or telecommunication.
Mount Marty College
Yankton, SD 57078. Tel: (605) 668-1506. Journalism/Public Relations Program. Jerry W. Wilson, dir.
Journalism/Public Relations Program: We offer the BA in Journalism/Public Relations with two emphases, built upon core communications courses, a solid liberal arts background, and extensive applied experience.
South Dakota, University of
414 E. Clark St., Vermillion, SD 57069. Tel: (605) 677-5477, FAX: (605) 677-4250; Email: <email@example.com>. Web: <http://www.usd.edu/cmj/>. Department of Contemporary Media and Journalism, 1915. Charles Lubbers, chair.
PROGRAMS: Advertising, Electronic Media, Journalism, Public Relations.
ORGANIZATIONS: AAF, BEA, PRSSA, SPJ,
FACILITIES: AdA, AM/FM, AP, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComTV, ETV, PRA, VDT .
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA.
• South Dakota State University
Rotunda Lane, Brookings, SD 57007-0596. Tel: (605) 688-4171, FAX: (605) 688-5034; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1924. AAF, ACT, KTA. Mary Peterson Arnold, head.
FACULTY: Profs.: Lyle D. Olson, Mary Arnold, John E. Getz; Roxanne Neuberger Lucchesi; Doris J. Giago; Assoc. Profs.: Dennis Hinde, James L. Paulson; Matthew Cecil; Jeff Heinle; Asst. Profs.: Jennifer Tiernan; Frank A. Klock; Part-Time Instrs.: Jessica Jensen; Beth Jensen; Kevin Dobbs; Terry Harris; Ryan Sevening; Prof. Emer.: Richard W. Lee, Mary J. Perpich.
SEQUENCES: News-Editorial, Advertising, Broadcast Journalism, Agricultural Journalism.
FACILITIES: AP, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComR, DR, ETV, JN, VDT.
DEGREES: BS, BA, MS.
1600 Harden Street, Columbia, SC 29204. Tel: (803) 255-1738; FAX: (803) 255-5331. Media Arts Department. Carolyn Drakeford, chair.
Mass Communication Program: offers two concentrations to students choosing the major. The print concentration prepares students who wish to pursue career opportunities in publication, writing, and related fields, while the broadcast concentration prepares students who seek careers as anchors for radio and television, or as production support personnel. Degree: B.A. in Mass Communication.
• Claflin University
400 Magnolia Street, Orangeburg, SC 29115-4498. Tel: (803) 535-5769. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Mass Communications, 1997. Cheryl R. Gooch, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Cheryl R. Gooch (Chair), Lynette Lashley; Asst. Profs.: Preston Blakely, Julian Williams; Instr.: Gary Dawkins; Journalist-in-Residence: Lee Harter; Production Specialist: Ameen Hall; Video Studio Director: Michael Fiarwell.
Department of Mass Communications: Offers courses that prepare students for careers in broadcast journalism, print journalism, public relations, and electronic production. The Department of Mass Communications has a modern television studio in which students produce several television shows, an all digital student-run radio station and an all-digital off-line editing system. In the future, the Department of Mass Communications will add an all-digital comprehensive media lab.
The Mass Communications concentration courses develop students’ competence and skills in broadcast journalism, print journalism, public relations, radio, sound production, and television production. The concentration courses enable students to gain knowledge about the role of media so that they can become practitioners.
College of Charleston
66 George St., Charleston, SC 29424-0001. Tel.: (843) 953-7017; FAX: (843) 953-7037. Web: <www.cofc.edu/communication>. Department of Communication. 1994. Beth Goodier, chair. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Communication Department: The bachelor of arts degree in communication has three concentrations: media studies (converged media, including reporting and other media functions); corporate and organizational communication (public relations, training and development, business communication); and communication studies (speech and rhetorical studies). The master of arts degree in communication emphasizes organizational and corporate communication.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
Francis Marion University
P.O. Box 100547, Florence, SC 29501-0547. Tel.: (843) 661-1605. FAX: (843) 661-1547. Department of Mass Communication. Don Stewart, chair. Email: <email@example.com>.
Mass Communication major: Requires admission based on GPA. Provides students guidance and encouragement to develop communication skills needed to begin careers in journalism, public relations and allied professions. The major includes a core curriculum of 21 semester hours and 12 hours of specialization in a specialty track: print journalism, broadcast journalism, convergence, public relations and sports journalism. Mass Communication minor: consists of 18 hours of core courses. Mass Communication collateral: consists of 12 hours.
• South Carolina, University of
Columbia, SC 29208. Tel: (803) 777-3244, FAX: (803) 777-4103. Web: http://www.jour.sc.edu. School of Journalism and Mass Communications, 2002 (formerly College of Journalism and Mass Communications, 1923). AAF, AER, KTA, NABJ, PRSSA, SND, SPJ, NPPA. Carol J. Pardun, Director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Charles Bierbauer (dean, College of Mass Communications and Information Studies), Shirley Staples Carter, Bonnie L. Drewniany (Ad/PR seq. head); August Grant, Carol J. Pardun (director), Ran Wei. Assoc. Profs: John Besley (Print and Broadcast Journalism seq. head), Kenneth Campbell, Erik L. Collins (assoc. dir., grad. studies), Cecile Holmes, Keith Kenney (International Studies coordinator), Sei-Hill Kim, Bruce E. Konkle, Vance L. Kornegay (Vis Comm seq. head), Karen Mallia, Andrea H. Tanner, Thomas Weir, Ernest L. Wiggins; Asst. Profs: Glenda Alvarado, Kathy Roberts Forde, Tom Klipstine, Denise McGill, Brooke Weberling; Sen. Instrs.: Douglas J. Fisher, Lisa Sisk; Instrs.: Randy Covington (dir. Newsplex), Scott J. Farrand, Jim Haney, Carmen Maye, Richard Moore, Hugh Munn, Harvey Nachlinger, Richard S. Peterson, Jeff Ranta, David Weintraub; Visiting Profs: Sid Bedingfield, Jay Bender, Miron Varouhakis; Adjunct instructors: Robbie Butt, John Gehringer, George Johnson, Bob Lamb, Scott Lindenberg, Mike Quinn, Bertram Rantin, Marc Rapport, Robert Wertz; Named Prof. Emer.: Patricia McNeely; Dist. Profs. Emer.: Ronald T. Farrar, A. Jerome Jeweler, Henry T. Price, Kent M. Sidel, Lowndes F. Stephens; Profs. Emer.: Lloyd W. Brown, Elizabeth Dickey, Jarvis H. Latham, John Lopiccolo, Ralph T. Morgan, Chris Vlahoplus.
PROGRAMS OF STUDY: Advertising, Broadcast Journalism, Print Journalism, Public Relations, Visual Communications.
FACILITIES: AP, AM, FM, AdA, CCTV, ETV, JN, VDT
DEGREES: BA, MA, MMC, PhD.
South Carolina Aiken, University of
471 University Parkway, Aiken SC 29801. Tel.: (803) 641-3481, FAX: (803) 641-3461. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communications 1998. William Harpine, chair.
USCA offers a BA in Communications which examines communication processes in interpersonal, small group and public settings and within organizations, in cultures and in the mass media.
South Carolina Upstate, University of
800 University Way, Spartanburg, SC 29303. Tel.: (864) 503-5844, FAX: (864) 503-5814. Email: <email@example.com>. Fine Arts and Communication Studies. Dr. Rachelle Prioleau, chair.
Fine Arts and Communication Studies program: offers a BA in Communications which examines communication processes in interpersonal, small group and public settings and within organizations, in cultures and in the mass media.
• Winthrop University
Rock Hill, SC 29733-0001. Tel: (803) 323-2121; FAX: (803) 323-2464. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Mass Communication, 1925. AWIC, SPJ, KTA, RTDNAC (Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas), NABJ. J. William Click, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: J. William Click (chair), Marilyn S. Sarow; Assoc. Profs.: Haney Howell, , Lawrence C. Timbs, Jr. Padmini Patwardhan, Guy Reel; Asst. Prof.: Nathaniel Frederick II; Instrs.: Mark Nortz, Bonnye Stuart.
SEQUENCES: Mass Communication (Broadcasting, Journalism), Integrated Marketing Communication, Digital Information Design.
Rhode Island, University of
Kingston, RI 02881 Tel: (401) 874-2195; FAX: (401) 874-4450, E-mail: <email@example.com>. Web: <www.uri.edu/artsci/Jor>. Department of Journalism, 1960. RTNDA, SPJ. Linda Lotridge Levin, chair.
SEQUENCES: News-Editorial, Broadcast Journalism, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: VDT, AM, FM, CCTV, CN, ComN, DR, ComR, ComTV, PRA.