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: <email@example.com>; 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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: <email@example.com>; 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: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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. <email@example.com>.
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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: <email@example.com>. 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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: email@example.com. 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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: <email@example.com>. 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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: <email@example.com>.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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: email@example.com
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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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: <email@example.com>; 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org. 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: <email@example.com> Web: <http://www.fims.uwo.ca> Faculty of Information and Media Studies (FIMS). Thomas Carmichael, dean. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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: <email@example.com>. 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>. 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; 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: <email@example.com>. 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Web: <www.city.ac.uk/journalism>. Department of Journalism, 1976. Rod Allen, department head; <email@example.com>.
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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 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: <email@example.com>. 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org.>. 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: <email@example.com>; 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: < firstname.lastname@example.org>; 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: email@example.com 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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: <email@example.com>. 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: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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: email@example.com; 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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
FACULTY: Profs.: Badran Badran (email@example.com); Jack Hillwig (Asst. Dean, Abu Dhabi) (firstname.lastname@example.org); Renee Everett (Assoc. Dean, Dubai) (email@example.com); Serajul Bhuiyan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Assoc. Profs.: David Bulla (email@example.com); Gaelle Duthler (Director, College of Communication and Media Sciences Graduate Programs) (firstname.lastname@example.org); James Piecowye (email@example.com); Lena Jayyusi (firstname.lastname@example.org); Nadia Rahman (email@example.com); Ode Amaize (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Asst. Profs.: Alfio Leotta (email@example.com ); Alia Yunis (firstname.lastname@example.org); Baiba.Petersone (email@example.com); Filareti Kotsi (firstname.lastname@example.org); Inka Stever (email@example.com); Jody Johannessen (firstname.lastname@example.org); Matt Dyck (email@example.com); Russell Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org); Sascha Ritter (email@example.com); Will McCarthy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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.
1100 East Fifth Street, Anderson, IN 46012. Tel: (765) 641-4340. Department of Communication, 1977. Donald G. Boggs, chair.
Journalism Program: Forty-Five hour Mass Communication major with specializations in Journalism, Broadcast Journalism, Broadcast Production and Public Relations. SCJ, ICVM.
• Ball State University
Letterman Building, 102, Muncie, IN 47306. Tel: (765) 285-6000, Fax: (765) 285-6002, College of Communication, Information, and Media. Roger Lavery, dean. Art and Journalism Building, 300, Tel: (765) 285-8200, Fax: (765) 285-7997, Department of Journalism, <http://www.bsu.edu/journalism>, <email@example.com> AAF, JEA, NABJ, NPPA, PRSSA, SND, SPJ. Dan Waechter, interim chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Roger Lavery, Mark Massé (graduate advising), David Sumner (coord., Magazine); Assoc. Profs.: Jennifer George-Palilonis (coord., Graphics), Michael Hanley (coord., Advertising), Alfredo Marín-Carle, Mary Spillman (coord., News); Asst. Profs.: Donna Gray, Kenneth Heinen, Minjeong Kang, Brad King, Adam Kuban, Becky McDonald, Thomas Price (coord., Photo), Dan Waechter (interim chair, curricular advising); Instrs.: Debbie Davis, Pamela Farmen, Brian Hayes (coord., Secondary Education), Annie Hammock, Juli Metzger (interim dir., Unified Media), Jeff Newton, Michelle O’Malley, Richard Shoemaker (coord., Public Relations), Ryan Sparrow, John Strauss (coord., Daily News operations), Sheryl Swingley (coord., Internship); Part-time Instrs.: John Ginter, Megan McNames, Donna Penticuff, Colleen Steffen; Profs. Emer.: Robert Gustafson, Robert Heintzelman, David Knott, Tendayi Kumbula, Mark Popovich, Melvin Sharpe. Marilyn Weaver.
MAJORS: Advertising, Journalism (Graphics, Magazine, News, Photo), Public Relations, Secondary Education.
FACILITIES: AdA, AP, AM/FM, CATV, CCTV, JM, JN, ComN, DR, ETC, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA.
4600 Sunset Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46208. Tel: (317) 940-9708, FAX: (317) 940-9020; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Eugene S. Pulliam School of Journalism, Kwadwo Anokwa, director.
Program: The journalism major has course sequences in news-editorial, public relations, and integrated communication: public relations and advertising. The department also coordinates an interdisciplinary major in public and corporate communication (PCC) designed for students interested in communication-related careers.
2400 New York Avenue, Whiting, IN 46394. Tel: (219) 473-7700. Division of Communication and Fine Arts. Dawn Muhammad, program director.
Journalism Program: News-Editorial sequence. BA in Communication Arts with journalism emphasis.
313 S. Locust Street, PO Box 37, Greencastle, IN 46135-00037. Tel: (765) 658-4495, FAX: (765) 658-4499. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of English and Department of Communication Arts and Sciences. Jeffrey M. McCall, chair.
Mass Communication Program: Coursework offered in news writing and editing, magazine writing, broadcast journalism, media law, media criticism and organizational communication.
• Evansville, University of
1800 Lincoln Avenue, Evansville, IN 47722. Tel: (812) 488-2341, FAX: (812) 488-2717. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Web Page: <www.evansville.edu>. Department of Communication, 1955. Mark L. Shifflet, Chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Hope Bock, Michael J. Stankey, T. Dean Thomlison; Mark L. Shifflet; Instrs.: Lori Smith.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Public Relations/Media Writing, Video Production, Online Media Development.
FACILITIES: FM, AP, CN, DR, VDT
DEGREES: BA, BS.
501 E. Monroe St., Franklin, IN 46131. Tel: (317) 738-8200, FAX: (317) 738-8234. URL: <http://psj.franklincollege.edu>. Email: <email@example.com>. Pulliam School of Journalism, 1940. SPJ. Ray Begovich, director.
SEQUENCES: News/Editorial, Advertising/Public Relations, Broadcast Journalism, Secondary-School Teaching, Visual Communications.
FACILITIES: AdA, AP, FM, DR, JM, JN, PRA, VDT.
Goshen, IN 46526-4798. Tel: (574) 535-7008, FAX: (574) 535-7660. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Web Page: http://www.goshen.edu. Department of Communication. Duane Stoltzfus, assoc. prof.
Journalism Program: Communication major includes courses in broadcasting, journalism, public relations, photography, video, and web-site production. Internship required.
• Indiana State University
Terre Haute, IN 47809. Tel: (812) 237-3221, FAX: (812) 237-3217; Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication, 1952. SPJ.
FACULTY: Prof.: Paul D. Hightower; Assoc. Prof.: Michael O. Buchholz.
SEQUENCES: News/Editorial, Photojournalism and Magazine Writing.
FACILITIES: AP, FM, CCTV, JN, DR, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS.
• Indiana University
BLOOMINGTON CAMPUS: 940 E. Seventh St., Ernie Pyle Hall, Room 200, Bloomington, IN 47405. Tel: (812) 855-9247, FAX: (812) 855-0901. Web: http://journalism.indiana.edu/. School of Journalism, 1911. NPPA, PRSSA, SPJ. Bradley J. Hamm, Dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Claude Cookman, John E. Dvorak, Bradley J. Hamm (dean), Shannon Martin (assoc. dean for research and graduate studies), David P. Nord, Radhika Parameswaran, David H. Weaver (Roy W. Howard Research Prof.), Lars Willnat; Assoc. Profs.: David E. Boeyink, Bonnie J. Brownlee, Mike Conway, Michael Evans (assoc. dean for undergraduate studies), Tony Fargo, Owen V. Johnson, Jim Kelly; Asst. Profs.: Hans Ibold, Jae Kook Lee, Lesa Hatley Major, Emily Metzgar, W. Joann Wong; Lectr.: Nancy Comiskey, Dennis Elliott, Ron Johnson (director, student media), Bonnie Layton, Steve Layton, Teresa White (director, High School Journalism Institute), Craig Wood; Profs. Emer.: John W. Ahlhauser, Trevor R. Brown, Jon Dilts, Dan G. Drew, Peter P. Jacobi, Christine Ogan, Carol Polsgrove, Holly Stocking, G. Cleveland Wilhoit.
INDIANAPOLIS CAMPUS: 535 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202. Tel: (317) 278-5328, FAX: (317) 278-5321. Web: <journalism.iupui.edu>.
FACULTY: Profs.: Jonas Bjork, Dan Drew (interim executive associate dean), Sherry Ricchiardi; Asst. Prof.: Pamela Laucella; Lectr.: Julie Vincent; Prof. Emer.: Jim Brown, Shirley Quate.
SEQUENCES: News-Editorial, Broadcast News, Photojournalism, Advertising, PR, Magazine, Media Management, Journalism Education.
FACILITIES: AP, AM, FM, CATV, CCTV, CN, DR, ETV, JM, VDT.
DEGREES: BAJ, MA Prof., MA Res., PhD.
Indiana Wesleyan University
4201 South Washington Street, Marion, IN 46953. Tel: (765) 677-1818. FAX: (765) 677-1755. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Website: <http:http://www.indwes.edu/Academics/Areas-of-Study/#Communication. Division of Communication, Denise P. Ferguson, chair; Kyle D. Huckins, journalism coordinator.
Communication programs: Majors in Communication Studies, Journalism, Media Communication, Public Relations, Theatre. Integrated theory and practical application program, and with award-winning weekly university newspaper (The Sojourn), television station, radio station, PRSSA chapter, and theatre guild.
Indianapolis, University of
1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227. Tel: (317) 788-3280. FAX: (317) 788-3490. Email: <email@example.com>. Website: <communication.uindy.edu>. Department of Communication, 1985. Billy Catchings, chair.
Communication Program: Program includes skills and theory courses in journalism, electronic media, and public relations in a liberal arts Methodist-affiliated university, biweekly newspaper, radio station, television channel, and public relations agency.
Notre Dame, University of
Notre Dame, IN 46556. Tel: (219) 631-7316, FAX: (219) 631-4268; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of American Studies. Robert Schmuhl, director, John W. Gallivan Program in Journalism, Ethics & Democracy.
Journalism Program: Students take courses on journalism and the media, as well as writing courses, within the context of American Studies or they participate in the John W. Gallivan Program in Journalism, Ethics and Democracy, a five-course concentration, that can be completed with any major.
West Lafayette, IN 47907-1366. Tel: (765) 494-3429, FAX: (765) 496-1394. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication. Howard E. Sypher, head.
Journalism Program: Undergraduate majors in Journalism, Telecommunication, Public Relations and Mass Communication. MA and PhD programs in Mass Communication.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College
Room 011 Hulman Hall, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN 47876. Tel: (812) 535-5132; FAX: (812) 535-5228; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of English, Journalism and Languages. Nancy Pieters Mayfield, chair.
Journalism Program: Stresses professional preparation of women in journalism in a liberal arts context. Classroom and External Degree formats. News/Editorial/Computer Layout and Design.
• Southern Indiana, University of
8600 University Blvd., Evansville, IN 47712-3596. Tel: (812) 461-5220, FAX: (812) 465-7152. Email: <email@example.com>. Web: <http://www.usi.edu/libarts/comm./>;;. Department of Communications, 1985. SPJ, AAF, PRSSA. J. Wayne Rinks, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Karen H. Bonnell, Gael L. Cooper; Assoc. Profs.: Wesley T. Durham, Leigh Anne Howard, J. Wayne Rinks, Chad R. Tew, Asst. Profs.: David N. Black, Zachary Henning, Yoon-Joo Lee, Stephanie Young, Robert E. West, Jr., Instrs.: Erin Gibson, Jo Hamm, Robert W. Jeffers, , John M. Morris, Mary B. Reese; Profs. Emer.: Seymour Brodsky, Dal M. Herring, Helen R. Sands, Mary A. Schroeder, Kenneth G. Vance.
MAJORS: Public Relations and Advertising (sequence in each), Journalism, Communication Studies, Radio and Television.
FACILITIES: AP, AdA, AM, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComTV, DR, JN, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA.
Taylor University, Fort Wayne Campus
1025 W. Rudisill Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46807-2197; Tel.: (260) 744-8647, FAX: (260) 485-9891; Web: <www.tayloru.edu>. Dennis E. Hensley, professor of English, director of the Professional Writing major; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
1809 Chapel Drive, Valparaiso, IN 46383. Tel: (219) 464-5271, FAX: (219) 464-6742, Email: <jennifer.ziegler @valpo.edu>. Department of Communication. Jennifer Ziegler, chair.
Communication Program: Undergraduate B.A. majors: Communication (including concentrations in Communication Law and Public Relations) and Digital Media. Practical experience stressed; internship required; co-op education available. M.S. degrees in Digital Media and Sports Media.
1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591-5201. Tel: (812) 888-4551/4554; FAX: (812) 888-5531. Email: <email@example.com>. The Journalism Program. Mark Stalcup, director.
Journalism Program: Newspaper-oriented curriculum with two sequences, news-editorial and print media advertising. Five lecture courses, production laboratories for each sequence, and two inter-departmental photography courses. Weekly laboratory newspaper.
639 38th Street, Rock Island, IL 61201. Tel: (309) 794-7724, Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication Studies. Ellen Hay, Chair.
MAJORS: Communication Studies, Meltimedia Journalism and Mass Communication
• Bradley University
Peoria, IL 61625. Tel: (309) 677-2354, FAX: (309) 677-3446, Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication, 1947. AAF, PRSSA, SPJ, WICI. Paul Gullifor, Chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Paul Gullifor, Bob Jacobs, Ali Zohoori; Assoc. Profs.: Olatunji Dare, Chris Kasch, Ron Koperski, Ed Lamoureux, Gregory Pitts; Asst. Profs.: Sara Netzley, Stephen Banning, Maha Bashri, Elena Gabor, Margaret Young; Lectrs.: B.J. Lawrence, Linda Strasma, Laura Garfinkel; Instrs.: Jan Frazier, Tyler Billman; Director of Forensics: Dan Smith; Asst. Director of Forensics: Tyler Billman; Profs. Emer.: E. Neal Claussen, Donald Koller, Sharon M. Murphy, Paul B. Snider, John Schweitzer, Karni Tiernan, Henry Vanderheyden.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Electronic Media, Journalism, Organizational Communication, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: CCTV, FM, CN, ETV, DR, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS.
Columbia College Chicago
600 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60605-1996. Tel: (312) 369-7687, FAX: (312) 369-8059. Department of Journalism. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Barry Rice, acting chair.
Sequences: Undergraduate majors in News Reporting and Writing, Magazine, Broadcast Journalism (Radio & TV), Reporting on Health, Science & Environment; undergraduate minor in Publication Production; graduate program (MA) in Public Affairs Reporting.
2320 N. Kenmore Ave., Chicago, IL 60614. Tel: (773) 325-7585, FAX: (773) 325-7584. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication. Barbara L. Speicher, chair.
Undergraduate course offerings in Public Relations and Advertising; Radio, Television & Film; Journalism; Social & Political Discourse; Relational Group & Organizational Communication. Graduate coursework in Corporate Communication, Multicutural Communication and Public Relations & Advertising. Degrees offered are B.A. and M.A.
• Eastern Illinois University
600 Lincoln Ave., 2521 Buzzard Hall, Charleston, IL 61920-3099. Tel: (217) 581-6003, FAX: (217) 581-7188. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Journalism, 1975. KTA, NABJ, PRSSA, SCJ, ACES, SPJ, CMA. James Tidwell, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: L.R. Hyder, Brian Poulter (photo adviser), John Ryan (dir. stud. pubs.), James Tidwell; Assoc. Profs.: Joe Gisondi, Terri Johnson (adviser, student pr agency, KTA, PRSSA), Sally Renaud (adviser, yearbook, director high school outreach); Asst. Profs.: Janice Collins (broadcast adviser, adviser, minority nwsp), Eunseong Kim, Lola Burnham (adviser, nwsp), Bryan Murley( online adviser); Instrs.: Dan Hagen, Doug Lawhead, Elizabeth Viall.
SEQUENCE: Major: Journalism. Minors: Journalism, Public Relations.
CONCENTRATIONS: Writing and Reporting, Editing, Design, Photojournalism, Public Relations, New and
Emerging Media, Broadcast News.
FACILITES: AP, FM, CN ComN, DR, ETV, HS (sponsors high school press assn., hosts state high school journalism assn.), hosts state community college press assn., headquarters Mid-America Press Institute, JM, PRA, VDT.
Governors State University
1 University Parkway, University Park, IL 60466-0975. Tel: (708) 534-4578, FAX: (708) 534-7895. Email: <email@example.com>. Website: <www.govst.edu> Department of Communications, Michael Purdy, Program Coordinator.
BA Sequences: Film/Video Production, Journalism, Multi Media Production, Public Relations, Speech.
MA Sequences: Communication Studies, Human Performance and Training, Media Communications. Facilities: VDT. Degrees: BA, MA.
1101 West College Avenue, Jacksonville, IL 62650. Tel: (217) 245-3000. Journalism, 1970. Jim Kerbaugh, chair, English; Peter Verkruyse, chair, Communications & Theatre.
Journalism Program: Students interested in a career in journalism may major in communications or English. The college offers writing and communication courses and various internships. Local newspapers also employ students.
Illinois at Chicago, University of
1007 West Harrison St., 1140 BSB, MC 132, Chicago, IL 60607-7137. Tel.: (312) 996-3187; Fax: (312) 413-2125; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication. Zizi Papacharissi, Head.
The Department of Communication provides undergraduate students with a broad liberal education that covers communication from the personal through the international levels and builds responsible citizenship. Students gain depth in understanding communication processes in a diverse metropolitan setting. The department approach is conceptual, helping students build critical thinking and research skills to face challenges from the multiple careers they will pursue.
• Illinois, University of
810 S. Wright St., 119 Gregory Hall, MC-462, Urbana, IL 61801. Tel: (217) 333-2350, Fax: (217) 333-9882. Web site: <http://media.illinois.edu/>. College of Media, 1927. ACT, AAF, ADS, AHJ, BEA, KTA, NABJ, NAHJ, SPJ. Interim Dean: Janet Slater. Assoc. Dean: Christopher Benson (Faculty); Marlah McDuffie (Advancement/Development); Julian Parrott (Student Services); Asst. Deans: Jennifer Jorstad (Administration).
FACULTY: Profs.: C.L. Cole (Assoc. Head, Media and Cinema Studies); Leon D. Dash, (Swanlund Chair); Matthew C. Ehrlich; Walter G. Harrington; James W. Hay; Brant Houston (Knight Chair), Brian K. Johnson; Cameron McCarthy; Jay M. Rosenstein; Angharad N. Valdivia (Interim Dir., Inst. of Comm. Research; Head, Media and Cinema Studies); Assoc. Profs.: Christopher D. Benson; Nancy J. Benson (Dir., Grad. Studies, Journalism); Jason P. Chambers; Fernando Elichirigoity; Lovich R. Martin (Head, Dept. of Journalism), Eric K. Meyer; Isabel Molina-Guzman; Michelle R. Nelson (Interim Head, Dept. of Advertising); Ann Reisner; Mirjana Sotirovic; Patrick T. Vargas; Asst. Profs.: Anita Say Chan; Brittany R. L. Duff; Ivy Glennon; Chang-Dae Ham; Charles Ledford; Julie Turnock; John Wirtz; Visiting Asst. Profs.: Katie Abrams (Ag. Communications); Amanda Ciafone; Michael D. Giardina; Jameson Hayes; Byonung H. Kim; Changhyan Lee; Diana Mincyte; Lectrs.: Jennifer E. Follis; Steven R. Hall (Dir., Career Serv., Advertising); Geralyn K. Holley (Dir., Career Serv., Journalism); Mike Howie; Jean A. McDonald; John Paul; Peter Sheldon; Adjunct Lectrs.: Rhiannon Clifton (Program Director, Dept. of Advertising); Pam Dempsey; Mike Howie; Katrina Olson; Alexis M. Tate; David Thigpen; Jeffry S. Unger; Alison Davis Wood; Adjunct Profs.: Karin Dovring; Roger J. Ebert; John R. Foreman; Richard N. Kaplan; Profs. Emer.: William E. Berry; Clifford G. Christians; Norman K. Denzin; James F. Evans; Martin Fishbein; William C. Gaines; Gene S. Gilmore; Thomas H. Guback; Bob Hayes; Steve Helle; Jerry M. Landay; Louis Liebovitz; Howard S. Maclay; Paula Treichler; Ronald Yates.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Broadcast Journalism, Media and Cinema Studies, News-Editorial Journalism.
FACILITIES: AdA, AM/FM, AP, CATV, ComN, CN, DR, ETV, VDT.
DEGREES: BS, MS, PhD.
• Illinois State University
Campus Box 4480, Normal, IL 61790-4480. Tel: (309) 438-3671, FAX: (309) 438-3048. Email: <email@example.com>. School of Communication. Larry W. Long, Executive Director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Sandra Metts, William Cupach, Jong Kang, John Baldwin, Mary Anne Moffitt, Stephen Perry (Editor: Mass Communication and Society), Cheri Simonds (Editor: Communication Teacher), Stephen Hunt (Editor: Basic Communication Course Annual) and Joseph Blaney (Editor: Journal of Radio and Audio Media); Assoc. Profs.: Jeff Courtright, Jack Glascock, Lance, Lippert, Patrick, O’Sullivan, Joseph Zompetti, John McHale, and Brent Simonds; Asst. Profs.: Phil Chidester, Kevin Meyer, John Huxford, Maria Moore, Megan Hopper, and John Hooker.
Majors in Communication Studies (sequences in Political Communication, Interpersonal, Organizational and Leadership Communication, and Communication Studies Education), Journalism (sequences in Broadcast Journalism, News Editorial, and Visual Communication), Mass Media (sequences in Radio, Television Production, Interactive Media, and Management, Promotion, and Sales), and Public Relations. Television studio (with live daily broadcasts M-F), two radio stations, daily newspaper, computer labs, converged newsroom, and digital photography facilities.
MAJORS: Journalism, Mass Media, Public Relations, Communication Studies, Communication Education.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA, MS.
• Loyola University Chicago
Water Tower Campus, 820 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago IL 60611 Tel: (312) 915-6548, FAX: (312) 915-8593. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. School of Communication, 2008. Don Heider, PhD, Dean; Hannah Rockwell, Assoc. Dean; Shawna Cooper-Gibson, Asst. Dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Sammy Danna; Assoc. Profs.: Elizabeth Coffman, Kay Felkins, Connie Fletcher, Jeffery harder, Elizabeth Lozano, Bren A.O. Murphy, Gilda Parrella, Mark Pollock, Hannah Rockwell; Asst. Profs.: Aaron Greer, Marjorie Kruvand, Julia Lieblich, Pamela Morris, Bastiaan Vanacker; Instrs.: Adrienne Massanari, David Romanelli; Professionals in Residence: Jessica Brown (Layout & Editing), Beth Konrad (Broadcast), Patricia Lamberti (Jour. & New Media), Phil Ponce; Herbert Ritchell (Advertising), Prog. Dir., Ad/PR; Internship Coord., AD/PR; Frank Wirth (Advertising); Distinguished Journalist n Residence: Don Wycliff.
Programs within the School of Communication are: Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations and Communication Studies.
BA in Journalism: Loyola University Chicago’s journalism major leading to a bachelor of arts degree provides students with a comprehensive education focusing on both the traditional and advanced skills needed for various media outlets. The curriculum combines hands-on learning with a focus on ethics, values and social concerns.
BA in Advertising and Public Relations: Today, advertising and public relations are part of an integrated process with a consistent and targeted message across media, campaigns and events. The focus of the profession has expanded from a concentration on increasing sales and media coverage to a more strategic process that includes building the image, reputation and brand of an organization; developing an integrated communication strategy; supporting cause-related marketing; influencing policy and decision making; and establishing engaging relationships with multiple stakeholders.
Communication Studies: The Communication Studies major proudly places itself at the intersection of theory and practice. Its students are led both to understand and to use, to critique and to appreciate, to embrace communication as it is presently practiced in society and to hone it for more effective service to the human community.
• Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115. Tel: (815) 753-1563, FAX: (815) 753-7109; Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication, Journalism Area,1959. Web: <http://www.niu.edu/ comm/>; KTA, PRSSA, NABJ, SPJ, WICI. Gary Burns, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Orayb Najjar, Assoc. Profs.: Bill Cassidy (Journalism Area Coordinator), Mehdi Semati, Craig Seymour, Asst. Profs.: Sabryna Cornish, Induk Kim, Thomas Oates, Instr.: Jason Akst; Supportive Professional Staff: Allen May (Gen. Mgr., Brdct. News), Alex Wiertelak (News Director).
SEQUENCES: Journalism; students select courses in news-editorial, broadcast news, photojournalism, and public relations.
FACILITIES: AP, AM, CATV, CCTV, CN, DR, FM, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA (journalism area participates in the department’s graduate program).
• Northwestern University
Medill School, 1845 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208-2101. Tel: (847) 467-1882. Journalism and Integrated Marketing Communications (847) 491-5665; Chicago facility (312) 503-8415; Washington program (202) 347-8700; Evanston Administrative FAX: (847) 491-5565. Affiliated with the Media Management Center (847) 491-4900l; John Lavine, dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: David Abrahamson Martin Block, Jack Doppelt, Loren Ghiglione, Alec Klein, Donna Leff, Frank Mulhern, Jon Petrovich, David Protess, Don Schultz, Ellen Shearer; Assoc. Profs.: Clarke Caywood, Mary Coffman, Tom Collinger, Doug Foster, Jeremy Gilbert, Rich Gordon, John Greening, Ava Greenwell, George Harmon, Ashlee Humphreys, Craig LaMay ,Edward Malthouse, Matt Mansfield, Rachel Davis Mersey, David Nelson, Kalyan Raman, Richard Roth, Paul Wang, Jon Ziomek; Asst. Profs.: Michele Bitoun, Janice Castro, Susan Mango Curtis, Deborah Mathis, Larry Stuelpnagel, Gary Swanson, Michele Weldon, Charles Whitaker, Patti Wolter; Sr. Lectrs.: Stephan Garnett, Sharon Kornely, Alex Kotlowitz, Joe Mathewson, Arsenio Oloroso, David Standish and Karen Brown.
FACILITIES: JM, AP.
DEGREES: BSJ, MSJ, MSIMC.
(mail): 430 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60605. (offices): 18 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60603. Tel: (312) 281-3238 or (312) 281-3337, FAX: (312) 281-3231. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication. Marian Azzaro, chair.
FACULTY: John Wesley Fountain, Charles Madigan, Linda Jones, Michael Ensdorf, Anne-Marie Cusac, Mary Ellen Schiller, Peter Fallon, Marian Azzaro, Lee Earle, Mickey Brazeal, Lawrence Fisher, Pamela Davies, Billy Montgomery.
PROGRAMS: Journalism, graduate and undergraduate; Integrated Marketing Communications, graduate and undergraduate; Communications, undergraduate only.
DEGREES: BA-J, BA-IMC, BA-COMM, MSJ, MSIMC.
• Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL 62901-6606. Tel: (618) 453-4308, Fax: (618) 453-7714, Email: <mailto:email@example.com>. College of Mass Communication and Media Arts, 1100 Lincoln Drive, Carbondale, IL 62901, 1993. AAF, BEA, BICA, 1TVA, KTA, NABJ, NAEB, NBS, SCJ, SINBA, SIRIS, SPE, UFVA, WIC1. Gary P. Kolb, Dean.
FACULTY: Profs: William Babcock, Katherine Frith, John Hochheimer, Gary P. Kolb, Dafna Lemish (chair, radio-television, Dennis T. Lowry, Eileen Meehan, Walter Metz (chair, cinema & photography), Daniel Overturf; Assoc. Profs.: Lilly A. Boruszkowski, Lisa Brooten, David Burns, Cade Bursell, Susan Felleman, William Freivogel, (director, journalism), Phylis West, Jyotsna Kapur, Kavita Karan, Novotny Lawrence, Jay Needham, Cinzia Padovani , Jake Podber, Jan Peterson Roddy (Associate Dean for Graduate Studies), R. William Rowley, Jan Thompson, Deborah Tudor (Associate Dean), Dru Vratil; Asst. Profs: Angela Aguayo, Linda Conway-Correll, Mark Dolan, Narayanan Iyer, Wago Kreider, Sarah Lewison, Beverly Love, Antonio Martinez, Howard Motyl, Uche Onyebadi, Roger Spahr, Michele Torre, Paul Torre, Aaron Veenstra, Wenjing Xie, Hong Zhou; Assistant Instructors:Phillip Greer; Visiting Assistant Profs.: Laura Hlavach, Alison Smith, Anita J. Stoner; Senior Lecturers: Joey Helleny, Todd Herreman, Vicki Kreher, Bill Recktenwald, Eileen Waldron, James Wall; Lecturers: Carolyn Kingcade; Profs. Emer.: L. Erwin Atwood, George C. Brown, Loren Cocking, John Downing, Homer E. Dybig, Leo Gher, David Gilmore, William Harmon, Walter Jaehnig, Ken Keller, University Prof. Mike Lawrence, Fern Logan, Manjunath Pendakur, W. Manion Rice, Jon A. Shidler, Charles W. Shipley, Robert L. Spellman, Gerald C. Stone, Charles Swedlund.
SEQUENCES: Cinema & Photography (cinema production, cinema studies, fine arts photography, professional photography, scriptwriting for cinema, documentary photography), Journalism (advertising/IMC, news editorial, photojournalism, new media news production), Radio-Television (electronic journalism, media industries, tv/video production, audio/radio production, digital media arts, animation).
FACILITIES: AdA, UPI, ComN, CCTV, ETV, JN, VDT.
DEGREES: BA in Cinema & Photography, BA in Radio-Television, BS in Journalism, MA in Mass Communication and Media Arts with concentrations in Interactive Multimedia, Media Management, Media Theory and Research, Professional Media Practice, and Telecommunications, MFA in Mass Communication and Media Arts with concentrations in Cinema and Photography, Ph.D. in Mass Communication and Media Arts.
• Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Edwardsville, IL 62026-1775. Tel: (618) 650-2230, FAX: (618) 650-3716. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Web: <http://www.siue.edu/ MASSCOMM/ Department of Mass Communications, 1969. SPJ, AAF, MCAI. Gary R. Hicks, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Ralph R. Donald, Gary R. Hicks (chair), Riley Maynard, John A. Regnell (emeritus), John R. Rider (emeritus), Jack Shaheen (emeritus), William G. Ward (emeritus); Assoc. Profs.: Nora Baker (emeritus),Elza Ibroscheva (grad. director), Barbara Regnell (emeritus); Asst. Profs.: Donna Hale, Musonda Kapatamoyo, Suman Mishra, Jason Yu; Instrs.: Tom Atwood, Cory Byers, Shawn Maxfield, Tammy Merrett-Murry.
SEQUENCES: Television and Radio, Corporate and Institutional Media, Media Advertising and Print and Electronic Journalism.
FACILITIES: FM, AdA, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComTV, DR, JM VDT, ComR, CNN News Source, AP.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MS.
University of St. Francis
500 Wilcox Street, Joliet, IL 60435. Tel: (815) 740-5064, FAX: (815) 740-4285. Email: <email@example.com>. Mass Communication Department, 1976. Terre Layng Rosner, chair.
Mass Communication Program: Two concentrations: Media Arts/Broadcasting and Public Relations/ Advertising/Journalism, Internships in all areas.
Western Illinois University
Department Of English and Journalism, 1 University Circle, Macomb, IL 61455. Tel: (309) 298-1324, 298-1216, 298-1103 FAX: (309) 298-2974. Email: <M-Siddiqi@wiu.edu>. Website: www.wiu.edu/English
Faculty: Profs.: Bill Knight, Mohammad Siddiqi (Director of Journalism Program, Adviser, PRSSA); Assoc. Profs.: Teresa Simmons (Adviser WAF), Pearlie Strother-Adams (Adviser, NABJ); Asst. Profs.: Lisa Kernek (Adviser, SPJ); Yong Tang; Adjunct: Rich Moreno (Adviser, Western Courier, the student newspaper).
Degree: BA in Journalism; Major: Journalism. Minor: Journalism; Concentrations: News-Editorial, Public Relations, Advertising. Facilities and opportunities: Computer and electronic class rooms; digital photography class room; internships in newspaper, public relations, and advertising firms.
Boise State University
1910 University Drive, Boise, ID 83725. Tel.: (208) 426-3327, FAX: (208) 426-1069; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication. Rick Moore, chair.
Mass Communication/Journalism Emphasis, Communication/English, Journalism Emphasis: The department offers courses in media studies, reporting and news writing, magazine writing, visual communication, audio and video production, new communication technologies and public relations.
Degrees offered are BA in Mass Communication/Journalism and MA in Communication.
• Idaho, University of
PO Box 443178, Moscow, ID 84844-3178. Tel: (208) 885-6458; Fax: (208) 885-6450; Email: <email@example.com>. School of Journalism and Mass Media, PO Box 443178, Moscow ID 83844-3178; 2003. SPJ, Ad Club, PR Club, NAJA. Kenton Bird, director.
FACULTY: Assoc. Profs.: Kenton Bird, Patricia Hart, Mark Secrist, Rebecca Tallent; Asst. Profs.: Justin Barnes, Russell Meeuf, Steve Smith, Dinah Zeiger; Lectrs.: Sue Hinz, Julie Scott; Fac.: Denise Bennett, Glenn Mosley, Vicki Rishling; Profs. Emer.: Don Coombs, Peter Haggart, Tom Jenness, Paul Miles.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Broadcasting & Digital Media, Journalism, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: FM, CN, ETV, ComN, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, BS.
Idaho State University
Campus Box 8242, Pocatello, ID 83709. Tel.: (208) 282-3295; FAX: (208) 282-2258; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>. James E. Rogers Department of Mass Communication. Thomas C. Terry, chair.
Mass Communication Department: Five areas of emphasis: Journalism, Visual (Photography, Graphic Design), Broadcast, Advertising, and Public Relations.
Chaminade University of Honolulu
Honolulu HI 96816-1578. Tel.: (808) 735-4711. FAX: (808) 739-8328. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication, 1985. NCA. Clifford Bieberly, director.
SEQUENCES: Mass Communication, Marketing Communication.
• Hawaii-Manoa, University of
2550 Campus Rd., CR 320; Honolulu, HI 96822. Tel: (808) 956-8881, FAX: (808) 956-5396. Email: <email@example.com>. School of Communications Journalism Program, 1963. KTA, PRSSA, SPJ. Tom Kelleher, school chair.
FACULTY: Prof.: Ann Auman, Assoc. Profs.: Gerald Kato, Kevin Kawamoto; Prof. Emer.: Beverly Deepe Keever.
SEQUENCES: Multiple Media Platforms: Print, Broadcast, Online & other new media formats.
FACILITIES: AP, FM, CN, ComN, ComR, ComTV, DR, PRS, VDT.
• Hawaii Pacific University
1188 Fort Street Mall, MP 333, Honolulu, HI 96813-2807. Tel.: (808) 543-8044. FAX: (808) 544-0835; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication, College of Humanities and Social Sciences. John P. Hart, Chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Steven Combs, John Hart, James Whitfield; Assoc. Profs.: John Barnum, Peter Britos, Serena Hashimoto; Asst. Profs.: Dale Burke, Brian Cannon, Matt George, Laurence LeDoux, Malia Smith; Instrs.: Thomas Dowd, Rose Helens-Hart, Natalie Lewis, Marianne Luken, Annmarie Manzulli, Lewis Trusty, John Windrow.
DEGREES: BA, BS, MA/COM.
PO Box 490299, 2277 Martha Berry Hwy., Mount Berry, Georgia 30149-0299. Tel.: (706) 233-4089, FAX: (706) 802-6738; Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication, Est. 1986. Robert L. Frank, chair.
SEQUENCES: Journalism, Public Relations, Visual Communication.
FACILITIES: CN, ComN, PRA, PRSSA,VDT.
One Centennial Circle, Gainesville, GA 30501. Tel.: (770) 538-4743; FAX: (770) 538-4558. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. School of Business and Mass Communication, Department of Mass Communication, Stewart Blakley, chair.
Mass Media Program: Two-year B.A. degree program in Journalism, Electronic Media, Public Relations and Corporate Communications follows the lower-division Liberal Arts core curriculum.
• Clark Atlanta University
223 James P. Brawley Dr., SW, Atlanta, GA 30314. Tel: (404) 880-8304. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Mass Media Arts, 1977. James McJunkins, chair.
SEQUENCES: Journalism, Public Relations, Radio/TV/Film.
DEGREE: BA in Mass Media Arts.
• Georgia College & State University
Campus Box 32, Milledgeville, GA 31061. Tel.: (478) 445-8260; FAX: (478) 445- 2364 Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>;Department of Mass Communication, 1984. Mary Jean Land, chair. ASJMC,
PRSSA, BEA, The Colonnade, WGUR, Bobcat Media Productions
FACULTY: Profs.: Mary Jean Land, Ginger Carter Miller; Asst. Prof.: Macon McGinley;; Kristin English; Lecturers.: Angela Criscoe, Pate McMichael, Amanda Respess; Advisor: Hope Buchanan
SEQUENCES: Print, Advertising, Public Relations, Broadcasting & Electronic Media
FACILITIES: Digital Media, Media Lab, Digital TV Studio, student operated radio station
DEGREE: BA Mass Communication.
• Georgia, University of
120 Hooper Street, Athens, GA 30602-3018. Tel: (706) 542-1704, FAX: (706) 542-2183; Web: <www.grady.uga.edu>. Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1915. AD Club, DiGamma Kappa, Georgia Gameday, IABC, Magazine Club, NABJ, NPPA, UGAzine, PRSSA; E. Culpepper Clark, dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Alison Alexander (senior assoc. dean), Lee Becker (dir., Cox Center), E. Culpepper Clark (dean), Conrad Fink (dir., Cox Inst.), Vicki Freimuth (dir., Center for Health and Risk Comm), John Greenman (Carter Prof.), Ann Hollifield (head, Telecommunications Dept.), Andy Kavoori, Karen W. King, (head, Advertising and Public Relations Dept.), Bruce Klopfenstein, Nathaniel Kohn, Dean M. Krugman, Ruthann Lariscy, William Lee, Kent Middleton (head, Journalism Dept.), Horace Newcomb (dir., Peabody Awards), Tom Reichert, Leonard N. Reid, Lynne Sallot, Scott Shamp (dir., New Media Institute), John Soloski, Jeffrey Springston (assoc. dean), Patricia Thomas (Knight Chair), Spencer Tinkham; Assoc. Profs.: Carolina Acosta-Alzuru, Valerie Boyd, James Hamilton, David Hazinski, Barry Hollander, Janice Hume, Peggy Kreshel, Wendy Macias, Bryan Reber, Leara Rhodes, Elli Lester Roushanzamir, Karen Russell; Asst. Profs.: Jeong-Yeob Han, Itai Himelboim, JooYoung Kim, Mariko Morimoto, Casey O’Donnell, Tayo Oyedeji, Jennifer Smith, Kathleen Sweetser; Senior Lectrs.: Michael Castengera, Thomas Hudson, Kirsten Strausbaugh-Hutchinson; Lectrs.: James Biddle, Jennifer Griffith, Mark Johnson, Betty Jones, Kristen Smith; Steve Smith; Academic Professional Assoc.: Dan Keever; Research Scientist: Tudor Vlad.
DEPARTMENTS: Advertising and Public Relations, Journalism, Telecommunications.
FACILITIES: WNEG-TV, NMI, AP, FM, CCTV, CN, ComN, DR, JM, PRA, VDT, Microwave Uplink, Satellite downlink.
DEGREES: ABJ (BA in Jour. and Mass Comm.), MA, Ph.D.
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA 30458. Tel: (912) 478-5138, FAX: (912) 478-0822; Email: (email@example.com). Journalism Program in Department of Communication Arts. Steven Stepanek, program head.
Journalism Program: A B.S. degree program of practical news-editorial orientation. Curriculum emphasizes liberal arts. Internships optional. Journalism is one of five disciplines in Communication Arts. Others are Multimedia Communication, Public Relations, Speech Communication and Theatre. The PR program has an active PRSSA chapter. Students also can major in Communication Arts, with curriculum from combining disciplines. Multimedia and PR require internships.
Georgia State University
662 One Park Place South, Atlanta, GA 30303. Tel: (404) 413-5600, FAX: (404) 413-5634. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Department of Communication, 1963. SPJ, PRSSA, WICI. David Cheshier, chair.
SEQUENCES: Print, Broadcast, Public Relations, Film/Video, Speech, Theatre.
FACILITIES: AP, FM, CCTV, CN.
DEGREES: BA, MA, PhD.
• Kennesaw State University
1000 Chastain Road, Mail Drop #2207, Kennesaw, GA 30144. Tel: (770) 423-6298, FAX: (770) 423-6740. Email: <email@example.com>. Department of Communication, 1991. ASJMC, LPH, NCA, PRSSA, SPJ. Birgit Wassmuth, Chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Chuck Aust, Charles “Buddy” Mayo, Birgit Wassmuth, Deanna Womack; Assoc. Profs.: Audrey Allison, Philip Aust, Joshua Azriel, Barbara Gainey, May Gao, Heeman Kim, Leonard Witt (Eminent Scholar and Robert D. Fowler Distinguished Chair); Asst. Profs.:, Carolyn Carlson, Polly Howes, Amber Hutchins, Farooq Kperogi, Erin Ryan, Emma Wertz; Sr. Lectr.: Thomas Gray, Emily Holler, Jan Phillips; Lectr.: Patricia Grindel, Stephen J. McNeill; Prof. Emer.: Jeffrey Anderson.
SEQUENCES: Journalism and Citizen Media, Organizational Communication, Media Studies, Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, CATV, CN, ComN, Digital Media Lab, JM, NYTS.
DEGREES: BS, MA
Mercer University at Macon
1400 Coleman Ave., Macon, GA 31207-0001. Tel: (912) 752-2979. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org.. Communication and Theatre Arts Department, 1976. Cynthia Gottshall, Broadcast/Film.
Communication Program: Administered by Communicatin and Theatre Arts Departments. Students may emphasize print journalism or broadcasting and film.
Toccoa Falls College
Toccoa Falls, GA 30598. Tel: (706) 886-7299 ext. 5270, FAX: (706) 886-6412; Email: <email@example.com>. School of Communication. Jerry Fliger, director.
Communication Program: Offers BA, BS degrees with sequences in Broadcasting, Interpersonal/Organizational, Journalism.
• Valdosta State University
1500 North Patterson, Department of Com-munication Arts, Valdosta, GA 31698-0001. Tel.: (229) 333-5820; FAX: (229) 293-6182; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Carl Cates, Head.
The Department of Communication Arts is a multidisciplinary department with the academic disciplines of Speech Communication, Inter-cultural Communication, Organizational Communication, Public Relations, Theatre, Dance, Mass Media, and Broadcast Journalism.
• Central Florida, University of
P.O. Box 161344, 4000 Central Florida Blvd., Orlando, FL 32816-1344. Tel: (407) 823-1711. FAX: (407) 823-6360. Email: <email@example.com>. Web: <http://communication.cos.ucf.edu>. Nicholson School of Communication, 1964. AAF, BEA, FPRA, KTA, NPPA, NABJ, NAHJ, RTNDA, SPJ. Robert Chandler, Director. FACULTY: Profs.: Robert Chandler (Director), W. Timothy Coombs, Denise DeLorme, Sherry Holladay, Ron Smith; Assoc. Profs.: George Bagley, Rufus Barfield, Jeff Butler, Steve Collins (Journalism Area Coordinator), W. Joe Hall (R-TV Area Coordinator), Sally Hastings, Jim Katt (Interpersonal-Organizational Area Coordinator), John Malala, Harry Weger; Asst. Profs.: Kimiko Akita, Tim Brown, Kristin Davis, William Kinnally, Jonathan Matusitz, Ann Miller, George Musambira, Kimberly Voss; Instrs.: Carol Bledsoe, Rick Brunson, Michelle Dusseau, Rita Graham (Speech Coordinator), Christine Hanlon, Shari Hodgson, Stephan Ihde, Sydne Kasle (Director of Debate), Boyd Lindsley (Asst. Director), Joan McCain (Ad-PR Area Coordinator), John T. Morrison, Steve Neel, Kris O’Donnell, Gino Perrotte, Stephanie Rice, Ryan Sheehy, Jerry Sublette, Karisa Workman, David Young; Visiting Instrs.: Jim Hobart, Lindsay Hudock, Lance Speere; Sr. Brdcast Engs.: Jim McCully, Jeff Vantreese; Coordinators: Rebecca Morales, Kim Tuorto; Adjunct Fac.: Jacey Brown, Ray Bush, Tom Calato, Jose Cestero, Peter Cranis, Tami Davis, Dana Eagles, Mary Grieder, Kirk Healy, Keith Jensen, Jeff Kunerth, Gary LaPage, Sandra Lawton, Mick Lochridge, Nick Masuda, Mary Myers, Aleshia Panbamrung, Joseph Gample, Manning Pynn, Mike Rechis, Andrea Scott, Paul Spampanato, Ernesto Torres, Jennifer Wakefield.
SEQUENCES: Advertising-Public Relations, Interpersonal-Organizational, Journalism, Radio-Television. DEGREE: MA: A track in Mass Communication and a track in Interpersonal Communication.
Edward Waters College
Jacksonville, FL 32218. Tel: (904) 366-2502, Ext. 502. Mass Communications Program, 1982/83. Emmanuel C. Alozie, coord.
SEQUENCES: Radio/TV, Journalism.
• Flagler College
74 King Street, St. Augustine, FL 32085-1027. Tel.: (904) 819-6247; Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Communication Department, 1989. Tracy Halcomb, chair.
FACULTY: Profs.: Tracy Halcomb (chair); Assoc. Profs.: James Pickett, Helena Sarkio; Asst. Profs: Tracey Eaton, Robbie Gordon, Mark Huelsbeck, Rosemary Tutt,, Kristine Warrenburg, Matthew Wysocki; Instrs.: Victor Ostrowidzki, Dan McCook, Barry Sand. SEQUENCES: Journalism, Media Production, Public Relations, Cinema and Media Studies;
FACILITIES: FM, CATV, CCTV, CN, DR, PRA, VDT.
DEGREE: BA in Communication.
• Florida, University of
2096 Weimer, P0 Box 118400, Gainesville, FL 32611-8400. Tel.: (352) 392-0466, FAX: (352) 392-3919; website: http://www.jou.ufl.edu. College of Journalism and Communications, 1925. AAF, NBS/AER, BEA, KTA, PRSSA, SPJ, Florida Press Assn., Florida Public Relations Assn., Florida Assn. of Broadcasters, Florida Magazine Assn. John Wright, dean; Linda Hon, exec. assoc. dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Laurence B. Alexander (interim assoc. dean, UF Graduate School), Clay Calvert (Joseph L. Brechner Eminent Scholar and dir., Marion B. Brechner First Amendment Project), Sandra F. Chance (exec. dir., Joseph L. Brechner Center for Freedom of Information and McClatchy Professor in Freedom of Information), Sylvia Chan-Olmsted (assoc. dean for research, 392-6557, Ann Christiano, Frank Karel Endowed Chair in Public Interest Communications, Julie Dodd, Mary Ann Ferguson, Linda Hon, Lynda Lee Kaid, John Kaplan, Kathleen Kelly, Spiro Kiousis (chair, Dept. of Public Relations, 392-1686), Melinda (Mindy) McAdams (Knight Chair in Journalism Technologies and the Democratic Process), Jon D. Morris, David Ostroff (chair, Dept. of Telecommunication, 392-2081; interim chair, Dept. of Journalism, 392-0500), Churchill Roberts, John C. Sutherland (chair, Dept. of Advertising, 392-4046), Debbie Treise (assoc. dean for graduate studies, 392-6557), Elaine Wagner, Kim Walsh-Childers, Michael F. Weigold (associate dean for undergraduate affairs and enrollment management, 392-1124), John Wright; Assoc. Profs: Cory Armstrong, Johanna Cleary, James Babanikos, Lisa Duke Cornell, John Freeman, Robyn Goodman, Moon Lee, Michael Leslie, Juan Carlos Molleda, Cynthia R. Morton, Ted Spiker, Bernell E. Tripp, Edward G. Weston; Asst. Profs: Amy Jo Coffey, Troy Elias, Rasha Kamhawi, Hyojin Kim, Sora Kim, Norman Lewis, Belio Martinez, Judith Robinson, Ronald Rodgers, Tim Sorel, Tim Wilkerson, Amy Zerba, Lu Zheng; Master Lectr: Mike Foley (Hugh Cunningham Prof. in Journalism Excellence); Lectrs: Deanna Pelfrey; Asst. Ins: David Carlson (exec. dir., Center for Media Innovation and Research; dir., Interactive Media Lab and James M. Cox Foundation/The Palm Beach Post Prof. of New Media Journalism), Richard Drake, Charles Harris (dir., Knight Division for Scholarships, Career Services and Multicultural Affairs), Mark Leeps (news dir., WUFT-TV), Titus Rush, Patrick Reakes (Allen H. Neuharth Librarian); Dean Emerita: Terry Hynes; Dean Emeritus: Ralph L. Lowenstein; Retired and Profs. Emeriti: James W. Anderson, Charles Burke, Glenn A. Butler, Lester Carson, Bill F. Chamberlin, Jean C. Chance, H. H. (Hank) Conner, John S. Detweiler, John L. Griffith, Frankie A. Hammond, Leonard J. Hooper, Robert Kendall, Kurt Kent, David Malickson, Sidney H. Pactor, Benton R. Patterson, Frank N. Pierce, Joseph R. Pisani, Robert Pierce, Jon Roosenraad, F. Leslie Smith, Jo Anne Smith, James L. Terhune, Leonard Tipton, Edward L. Wells.
FACILITIES: AP, WRUF-AM/.com, WRUF-FM/.com, WUFT-TV, WRUF-TV, AdA, WLUF-TV (CATV), Rock104.com, WUFT.org, CCTV, CN, CcomN, ComR, ETV, HDTV, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BS in Advertising, BS in Journalism, BS in Public Relations, BS in Telecommunication, MA in Mass Communication, MA in Advertising Management, PhD in Mass Communication, Joint MAMC-JD, Joint PhD-JD.
• Florida A&M University
510 Orr Drive, Suite 4003, School of Journalism & Graphic Communication Building, Tallahassee, FL 32307-4800. Tel: (850) 599-3379; FAX: (850) 561-2399; Email: <email@example.com>. School of Journalism & Graphic Communication, 1974. BCCA, KTA, EPT, SPJ, PRSSA, NABJ, AWC, PRodigy student-run PR Firm, Florida Public Relations Assn., Graphic Arts Education Assn., American Assn. of University Printers, Graphic Arts Technical Foundation, ACEJMC, ACCGC. James E. Hawkins, dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Michael E. Abrams (dir., Grad. Studies), F. Todd Bertolaet, Dorothy Bland (dir., Division of Journalism), Vincent Blyden, LaRae Donnellan, Arvid Mukes (Associate Dean and dir., Div. of Graphic Communication), Joe Ritchie (Knight Chair), Kay Wilder, Gale Workman; Assoc. Profs: Bettye Grable, Joseph Ippolito, Kenneth Jones; Asst. Profs: Yanela Gordon (dir. career development services), Gina Kinchlow, Andrew Skerritt, Valerie White; Vstg. Asst. Profs.: Laura Downey, Leonard Horton, Brandan Clark. Other managers: Ernest Jones (manager, FAMU TV-20), Keith Miles (manager, WANM-FM). M. Diane Hall (dir., h.s./comm. college relations); Adjunct Instrs: Gerald Grow, Faye Spencer-Maor, Jennifer Portman, Doug Blackburn, Marjorie Menzel, Chandra Clark, Joe Roache.
SEQUENCES: Newspaper Journalism, Magazine Production, Broadcast Journalism, Public Relations, Printing Management, Photography, and Graphic Design.
FACILITIES: FM Radio, Educational Access Television, Student PR Agency, Eleven Computer Labs, Digital Photo Lab, B&W and Color Processing.
DEGREES: BSJ, BS in Public Relations, BS in Graphic Communication, BS in Graphic Design, MS in Journalism.
• Florida International University
Biscayne Bay Campus, 3000 NE 151st Street, North Miami, FL 33181. Tel: (305) 919-5625; FAX: (305) 919-5203; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web: http://jmc.fiu.edu . School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1978. PRSSA, AAF, AWC, SPJ, KTA, NAHJ, South Florida News Service, Liberty City Link. Raul Reis, dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Raul Reis (dean), Margo Berman, Frederick Blevens, Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver (dean emeritus) Patricia Rose (emerita); Assoc. Profs.: Jose Alejandro Alvarado (Telemundo dir., Hispanic Media Futures Program), Mario Diament, Fernando Figueredo, Teresa Ponte (chair, dept. of Journalism & Broadcasting), Neil Reisner, Allan Richards (associate dean), Lorna Veraldi, Mercedes Vigon; Asst. Profs.: Lynne Farber, Robert Gutsche, Yu Liu, Kate MacMillin, Lilliam Martinez-Bustos, Elizabeth Marsh, David Park (interim coord., Global Strategic Communications master's prog.), Sigal Segev, Michael Scott Sheerin (interim chair, dept. of Adv. & PR), Moses Shumow, Maria Elena Villar, Weirui Wang; Sen. Instructor: Carlos Suris; Instructor: Christiane Delboni (coord. South Florida News Service); Visiting Instructor: Grizelle De Los Reyes (coord. GSC Creative Track); International Media Center: Jack Virtue (dir.); Adjunct Profs.: Liza Alexander, Elio Arteaga, Trevor Green, Elizabeth Hanly, Robert Jaross, Hugo Ottolenghi, Lissette Perez, Alfredo Soto.
MAJORS: Undergraduate - Advertising, Journalism (print and broadcast), Digital Media, Public Relations; Graduate - Global Strategic Communications, Spanish-language Journalism, Student Media Advising, Spanish/English-language Journalism.
FACILITIES: VDT, AdA, AM/FM, Com N, PRA, Graphics Lab, Multimedia Lab, EDIT, Editing Lab, ENG, TV Studio, CN.
DEGREES: BS, MS.
Florida Southern College
111 Lake Hollingsworth Dr., Lakeland, FL 33801-5698. Tel: (863) 680-4168, FAX: (863) 680-6244. Department of Communication. Russell Barclay, chair.
Journalism Program: BA and BS in Communication with concentrations in Advertising, Journalism, and Public Relations.
Jacksonville, FL 32211. Tel: (904) 744-3950. Department of Mass Communication Studies. Dennis Stouse, dir.
Journalism Program: JU’s program blends the arts and sciences with a skills-oriented communications curriculum. Sequences available are Newspaper/Magazine, PR/Advertising, Radio/TV/Film. Media include weekly newspaper, college magazine, yearbook, radio station, cable television access, and national film studies journal. Many internship opportunities are available including a summer internship experience in Los Angeles. SCJ and Florida Public Relations Association.
6301 Kaplan University Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309. Tel: (954) 515-4015, Tel: (866) 527-5268 (Toll Free), Fax: (888) 887-6494 (Toll Free), Email: <Cstevenson@kaplan.edu>, Web: <www.kaplan.edu>, College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Communications, Carolyn N. Stevenson, EdD, Academic Program Director.
Communication Programs: The University offers an online BS in Communication degree with emphasis areas in technical writing and organizational communication. The degree program provides an interdisciplinary approach that combines both theory and application, enabling students to gain a critical understanding of social issues, new media, and effective writing and speaking skills. The University also offers an online AS in Interdisciplinary Studies degree with a communication emphasis area that takes an interdisciplinary approach combining academic theory and real-world application.
• Miami, University of
5100 Brunson Dr., Coral Gables, FL 33146, Tel: (305) 284-2265, FAX: (305) 284-3648, E-mail: <email@example.com>. School of Communication, 1985. AAF, AER, BEA, NATAS, NBS, SPJ, PRSSA, 4-A Ad Club, WICI, Sam L Grogg, Dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Anthony Allegro, Michael Beatty (Vice Dean, Graduate Studies), Richard Beckman (Knight Chair), Stephen Bowles, Sanjeev Chatterjee (Vice Dean, Knight Center), Ellen Fleysher (Prof. Prac., Frances L. Wolfson Chair), Bruce Garrison, Sam Grogg, Stanley Harrison, Paul Lazarus, Jyotika Ramaprasad, William Rothman, Mitchell Shapiro, Don Stacks, Randy Stano (Prof. Prac.), Thomas Steinfatt, Joseph Treaster (Knight Chair); Assoc. Profs.: Grace Barnes, Terry Bloom (Prog. Dir., Electronic Media, Broadcast Journalism, Media Management), Paul Driscoll (Vice Dean, Academic Affairs), Michel Dupagne, Leonardo Ferreira, Lisa Gottlieb, Robert Hosmon (Vice Dean, External Affairs and Advancement), Sallie Hughes, Dia Kontaxis, Christina Lane, Alyse Lancaster (Prog. Dir., Advertising), Loup Langton (Prog. Dir., Visual Journalism), Walter McDowell, Diane Millette (Prog. Dir., Communication Studies), Victoria Orrego-Dunleavy, Michelle Seelig, John Soliday, Gonzalo Soruco, Sigman Splichal, Edmund Talavera, Sam Terilli (Prog. Dir., Journalism), Donn Tilson, Tsitsi Wakhisi (Prof. Prac.); Asst. Profs.: Shannon Campbell, Darlene Drummond, Lisa Gottlieb, Kim Grinfeder, Li Cong, Rafael Lima (Prof. Prac.), Sunny Tsai; Lectrs.: Andrew Barton, Meryl Blau, Yves Colon, Valerie Giroux, Edward Julbe, Thomas Musca, Ileana Oroza, Maria Scott, Colee Splichal, David Steinberg, Jeffrey Stern.
MAJORS: Advertising, Public Relations, Electronic Media, Broadcast Journalism, Media Management,
Journalism, Visual Journalism, Motion Pictures, Communication Studies.
FACILITIES: AP, FM, CN, CATV, ComN, ComR, ComTV, DR, AdA, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BSC, BFA, MA, MFA, PhD.
North Florida, University of
4567 St. Johns Bluff Rd., S., Jacksonville, FL 32224-2645. Tel: (904) 620-2651, FAX: (904) 620-2652. URL: www.unf.edu/coas/cva. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Department of Communications and Visual Arts, 1987. PRSSA, AdFed. Oscar Patterson III, chair.
SEQUENCES: Mass Communications: Advertising, Broadcasting, Journalism, Public Relations. Visual Arts: Graphic Design (portfolio review required), Photography, Studio Arts, Art History.
FACILITIES: CATV, CCTV, CN, ComN, DR, PRA, AdA.
DEGREES: BA, BS, BFA.
• South Florida, University of
4202 E. Fowler Ave., CIS 1040, Tampa, FL 33620-7800. Tel: (813) 974-2591, FAX: (813) 974-2592. Email: <email@example.com>. School of Mass Communications, 1970. AAF, FBA, FPA, FSNE, KTA, PRSSA, RTDNA, SPJ. Frederick W. Pearce, director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Edward Jay Friedlander, Frederick W. Pearce; Assoc. Profs.: Kelli Burns (PR sequence head), Kenneth Killebrew, Scott Liu, Kelly Page Werder; Asst. Profs.: Justin Brown, Moonhee Cho, Michael Mitrook (Grad. Dir.), Roxanne Watson; Instrs.:, Travis Bell, Wayne Gracia (MJP co-sequence head), Charles O’Brien, Kristin Arnold-Ruyle, (MJP co-sequence head), Debra Smith, Harold J. Vincent (Adv. Sequence head and Zimmerman Advertising Program Administrator); Clendenen Prof: Gil Thelen; Affiliate Profs.: John Gathegi; Edd Schneider; Visiting Instrs: Cathy Gugerty, Kevin Hawley, Donovan Myrie, Rick Wilber; Advisers: Michelle Bombaugh, Shaina Gonzalez, Denise Nicholas; Adjunct Fac.: Alan Abitol, Kate Bradshaw, Lauren Klinger, Eric Ritter, Kathy Ryder, Neil Vicino, Allison Weidhaus; Fac. Emer.: Dan Bagley, Larry Leslie, Barbara Petersen.
SEQUENCES: Advertising, Multimedia Journalism and Production (magazine, news-editorial, telecommunications news and telecommunications production), Public Relations.
FACILITIES: AM/FM, AdA, CCTV, CN, ComN, DR, ETV, PRA, computer and graphics labs.
DEGREES; BA, MA
• South Florida St. Petersburg, University of
140 7th Avenue South, FCT 204, St. Petersburg, FL 33701-5016. (Tel: 727-873-4850, FAX: (727-873-4034), Department of Journalism and Media Studies, 1992. Robert Dardenne, director.
FACULTY: Profs: Deni Elliott (Grad Dir.), G. Michael Killenberg, Tony Silvia; Assoc. Profs.: Robert Dardenne, Mark J. Walters; Asst. Profs.: Monica Postelnicu, Xiaopeng (Paul) Wang: Adjunct Fac.: Deborah Wolfe.
Journalism and Media Studies concentration
FACILITIES: Apple computer lab.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
West Florida, University of
11000 University Parkway, Bldg. 36, Pensacola, FL 32514. Tel: (850) 474-2874, FAX: (850) 474-3153. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Communication Arts, 1967. BEA, PRSSA, FPRA, AAF. Brendan B. Kelly, chair.
SEQUENCES: Journalism (broadcast and print), Advertising, Public Relations, Telecommunications, Communication, Graduate program in Strategic Communication & Leadership.
FACILITIES: AdA, CCTV, CN, ComN, ComTV, FM, JN, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
District of Columbia
• American University
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20016. Tel (202) 885-2060, FAX (202) 885-2099. Web: http://www.american.edu/soc/index.cfm, School of Communication, 1966. KTA, NATAS, PRSSA, ONA, WICI. Larry Kirkman, Dean.
FACULTY: Profs.: Patricia Aufderheide, W. Joseph Campbell, Larry Kirkman, Charles Lewis, Kathryn Montgomery, Chris Simpson, Leonard Steinhorn, Rodger Streitmatter; Assoc. Profs.: Randall Blair, Wendell Cochran, John Doolittle, John Douglass, Larry Engel, Jane Hall, Leena Jayaswal, Matthew Nisbet, Jill Olmsted, Rick Rockwell, Richard Stack, John Watson, Rhonda Zaharna; Asst. Profs.: Kyle Brannon, Carolyn Brown, Caty Borum Chattoo, Angie Chuang, Declan Fahy, Lauren Feldman, Joe Graf, Sol Hart, Maria Ivancin, David Johnson, Gil Klein, Iris Krasnow, Pallavi Kumar, Christine Lawrence, Brigid Maher, Wendy Melillo Farrill, Sarah Menke-Fish, Claudia Myers, Gemma Puglisi, Maggie Stogner, Scott Talan, Director of Writing Programs: Amy Eisman; Prof. Emer.: Laird Anderson, Lincoln Furber, Glenn Harnden, Jerry Hendrix, Jack Orwant, J.C. Seigle, Ron Sutton, Wendy Swallow, Lewis Wolfson, Joanne Yamauchi, Ann Zelle; Distinguished Journalist-in-Residence: Nick Clooney, Bill Gentile, Lynne Perri; Distinguished Filmmaker-in-Residence: Chris Palmer, Russell Williams; Executive-in-Residence: Dotty Lynch.
PROGRAMS: Broadcast Journalism; Print Journalism; Public Communication; Film and Media Arts; Interdisciplinary Studies: Communication, Legal Institutions, Economics, and Government (CLEG); Foreign Language and Communication Media; Graduate Journalism and Public Affairs, Graduate Film and Electronic Media (MFA), Graduate Film and Media, Graduate Public Communication; jointly administered MA’s in International Media (School of International Service) and Political Communication (School of Public Affairs); Weekend Graduate Programs: Interactive Journalism, Producing for Film & Video, Public Communication.
FACILITIES: AP, AM, FM, CCTV, ComN, ComR, ComTV, DR, MM, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA, MA, MFA.
Catholic University School of Law
Washington, DC 20064. Tel: (202) 319-6295, FAX: (202) 319-4459. Institute for Communications Law Studies. Marin Scordato, dir.
Communications Program: Specialized legal training in communications law for JD degree candidates with journalism or telecommunications backgrounds.
3307 M st. NW, suite 202, Washington DC, 20007. Tel: (202) 687-7000; Fax: 703-812-9324, Email: email@example.com, Twitter: @HoyaJournalism, Facebook: www.facebook.com/GeorgetownJournalism. School of Continuing Studies. Associate Dean: Denise Li.
Master of Professional Studies in Journalism: The Georgetown University Master of Professional Studies in Journalism program fuses traditional journalism and new media. While innovative technology may change the way news is consumed and delivered, journalists still need the same critical skills: careful, patient reporting, sophisticated storytelling, and sound, ethical judgment. Reporting is more immediate than ever, more transparent, and more interactive, with little or no margin for error. The Master of Professional Studies in Journalism graduate degree program emphasizes all of the elements needed to be a successful, adaptable journalist. Our faculty is comprised of seasoned journalists who teach students the profession of journalism through application and experience. Graduates receive a well-rounded education that gives them the skills necessary to compete in today’s changing media environment. The program is designed with the working adult in mind; all classes begin after 5:00pm, allowing students the flexibility to work or intern during the day while completing their degree in the evening.
Georgetown’s MPS Journalism program has partnerships with various institutions, including the National Press Club and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. These connections provide students with valuable opportunities to network with top professionals in the journalism industry.
• The George Washington University
805 21st Street, NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20052. Tel (202) 994-6227, FAX (202) 994-5806. Web: <www.gwu.edu/~smpa>. School of Media and Public Affairs, 1995. BEA, APSA, ICA. Frank Sesno, Director.
FACULTY: Profs.: Robert Entman, Lee Huebner, Steven Livingston, Jarol Manheim, Steven Roberts, Frank Sesno, Christopher Sterling; Assoc. Profs.: Sean Aday, Mark Feldstein, Amos Gelb, Kimberly Gross, Kerric Harvey, Albert May, Patricia Phalen, Roxanne Russell, Nina Seavey, Janet Steele, Silvio Waisbord; Asst. Profs.: Catie Bailard, Steven Keller, Jason Osder, Michael Shanahan; Exec. Dir. of Global Media Inst.: Mike Freedman; Public Diplomacy Fellow, Mark Taplin.
PROGRAMS: Journalism and Mass Communication, Political Communication, Graduate Media and Public Affairs, Graduate Global Communication, Center for Innovative Media, Public Affairs Project, The Documentary Center, The Institute for Documentary Filmmaking, International Media Seminar, Prime Movers Media Program, Semester in Washington Journalism, Global Media Institute, Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication, Planet Forward, Broadcast Summer
FACILITIES: AM/FM, CCTV, CN, VDT, ETV ComN, SD & HD edit suites and labs.
DEGREES: BA, MA.
• Howard University
525 Bryant Street, NW, Washington, DC 20059. Tel: (202) 806-7690, FAX: (202) 232-8305; Web: www.communications.howard.edu. School of Communications, 1971. SPJ, NABJ, PRSSA, AAF, BCCA, BEA. Chukwuku Onwumechili, Ph.D. (Interim Dean).
FACULTY: Professors: Carolyn Byerly, Ph.D.; Anju Chaudhary, Ph.D.; Melbourne Cummings, Ph.D.; Jannette Dates, Ph.D., (Dean Emeritus); Haile Gerima, M.F.A.; Barbara Hines, Ph.D. (Director of Mass Communication & Media Studies Graduate Program); Lawrence Kaggwa, Ph.D. (Acting Chair of Journalism); Judi Moore Latta, Ph.D.; Abbas Malek, Ph.D.; Chukwuku Onwumechili, Ph.D. (Interim Dean); Joan Payne, Ph.D.; Kay Payne, Ph.D.; Ron Pearlman, Ph.D.; William Starosta, Ph.D.; Clint Wilson, Ed.D.; Richard Wright, Ph.D.; Associate Professors: S. Torriano Berry, M.A.; Linda Bland-Stewart, Ph.D.; Alonzo Crawford, M.F.A.; Laura Fleet, Ph.D. (Chair of Communication and Culture Department); Rochelle Ford, Ph.D. (Associate Dean); Ovetta Harris, Ph.D.; Yanick Lamb, M.B.A.; Jay Lucker, Ph.D.; Paula Matabane, Ph.D.; Bishetta Merritt, Ph.D.; Cynthia Morton, M.F.A.; Ted Roberts, M.A.; Vicci Saunders, M.F.A.; Avril Speaks, M.F.A.; Carolyn Stroman, Ph.D.; Sonja Williams, M.A.; Wilhemina Wright-Harp, Ph.D. (Chair of Communication Sciences and Disorders). Assistant Professors: Valarie Cummings, M.S., J.D.; Idit Dvir, M.F.A.; Shane Gooding, M.A.; Samuel Harman, M.A.; Craig Herndon, M.F.A.; Cristal Johnson, M.A.; Peggy Lewis, M.A.; Theodore “Reggie” Life, M.F.A.; Silvia Martinez, Ph.D.; Angela Minor, J.D.; Montre Missouri, Ph.D.; Sheryl Oliver, M.A.; Yong Jin Park, Ph.D.; Ingrid Sturgis, M.A.; Debyii Thomas, Ph.D.; Shari Thompson, M.F.A.; Tia Tyree, Ph.D. Lecturers: Quazi Ahmed, Ph.D.; Lesley Bowers, M.S.; Charles Fancher, B.A. (assistant chair of Journalism); Keith Harriston, B.A. Clinical Instructors: Tiffany Nettles, M.S.; Margaret Evans-Joyce, M.S.; Evelyn Freeman, MS; Arline Hankinson, M.S.; Jennifer Williams, M.S. Adjunct Professors: Ambessa Berhe, M.F.A.; Larry Law, B.A. ; Yvette Caldwell, B.A.; Carl Chancellor, B.A.; Dionne Clemons, M.A.; Nicole Dillard, JD; Hazel Edney, M.A.; Darla Glears, M.S.; Jackie Jones, B.A.; Richard Kalunga, Ph.D.; Anestine LaFond, Ph.D.; Kehbuma Langmia, Ph.D.; Cherriss May, B.A.; Ron Nixon; Unnia Pettus, Ph.D.; Tommie Robinson, Ph.D.; Robin Thornhill, M.A. (Assistant Dean for Student Affairs); Deidre Trent, Ph.D.
SEQUENCES: Print/On-line Journalism, Broadcast News, Advertising/Public Relations, Film Audio Production, Television Production, Telecommunications Management, Legal Communication, Speech Communication, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
FACILITIES: AM, AdA, RNA, FM, CN, ComN, ComR, CCTV, ETV, JN, PRA, VDT.
DEGREES: BA in Communication and Culture, BA in Journalism, BA in R/TV/F, BS in Communication Sciences and Disorders, MA in Communication and Culture, MS in Communication Sciences and Disorders, MFA in Film, PhD in Communication and Culture, PhD in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Delaware, University of
Newark, DE 19716. Tel: (302) 451-2361. Journalism Program.
Journalism Program: Offers 21 hours of news writing, magazine writing, and copy editing-layout courses, as well as extensive internship program with newspapers, magazines, electronic media and public relations offices.