Tag Archives: Non-profit

2011 AEJMC Promising Professor Award

Every year, the Mass Communication & Society Division and Graduate Education Interest Group of AEJMC select tenure-track faculty members for their national AEJMC Promising Professor Awards. I am honored to have been chosen for this year’s third place award. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Another exciting social media summer

My VCU colleague Jeff South and I had the opportunity again this summer to teach a social media class with VCU and Iraqi students. Together with VCU’s Global Education Office we received a $200,000 grant by the¬†Academy for Educational Development … Continue reading

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Social Media Institute at VCU

The VCU School of Mass Communications has been awarded a U.S. State Department grant for the second year to run a Social Media Institute for the Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program. My colleague Jeff South and I will guide 25 … Continue reading

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Teaching and learning with social media

The Center for Teaching Excellence at Virginia Commonwealth University interviewed my colleague Jeff South and me on developing and implementing social media classes and components. The CTE’s Co-Director Jeff Nugent led an in-depth conversation with us about our summer institute, … Continue reading

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A social media summer

It hardly gets more exciting than this: Teaching a social media class with American and Iraqi students, who together implement social media projects for non-profit organizations here in Richmond and also develop campaign ideas to be realized in the Middle … Continue reading

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