Instructor of Record

Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

International Mass Communications, COMM 410, Fall 2018

Upper-level international communications course focusing on political economy, U.S. foreign policy, war and media, global advertising and consumer culture, global health communication, and global music, television, and film industries.

o   Enrollment: 50

 

Instructor of Record

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

International Mass Communications, COMM 410, Summers 2017, 2018, Online course

Independent teaching of COMM 410 online course: Upper-level international communications course focusing on political economy, U.S. foreign policy, war and media, global advertising and consumer culture, global health communication, and global music, television, and film industries.

o   Enrollment: 32 - 40

 

Instructor of Record

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

World Media Systems, COMM 419, Fall 2015; Fall 2016 - Spring 2017

Course development and independent teaching of COMM 419: Upper-level comparative international communications course focusing on global media structures, including globalization, media regulation, financing, flow, accessibility, global news reporting, and media imperialism.

o   Enrollment: 30-50

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant for Embedded Travel Program

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

World Media Systems Honors, COMM 419H, Spring 2016

Served as graduate assistant for embedded travel program to the Czech Republic. Duties included supervision of undergraduate students and providing support to students while traveling.

o   Enrollment: 15

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

The Mass Media and Society, COMM 100, Spring 2016

Teaching Assistant to Professor Michelle Rodino-Colocino. COMM 100: Introductory communication course focusing on social influences, including economics, politics, technology, law and culture that shape media messages.

o   Enrollment: 300

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

The Art of Cinema, COMM 150, Spring 2015

Teaching Assistant to Professor Kevin Hagopian. COMM 150: Introductory cinema studies course focusing on the emergence of cinema as an institution, global dominance of Hollywood, American film industry organization, including production, distribution, exhibition, vertical integration, the studio system.

o   Enrollment: 300

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

The Mass Media and Society, COMM 100, Fall 2014

Teaching Assistant to Professor Matt McAllister. COMM 100: Introductory communication course focusing on social influences, including economics, politics, technology, law and culture that shape media messages.

o   Enrollment: 300

 

 

Guest Lectures

Master’s Proseminar in Mass Communications, COMM 515, 2018

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

 

World Media System, COMM 419, 2015

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

 

Gender, Diversity and the Media, COMM 205, 2015

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

 

Political Economy of Communications, COMM 405, 2015

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

 

Cultural Aspects of the Mass Media, COMM 411, 2015

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

 

International Media Communications, COMM 410, 2015

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University

 

Advertising Research and Planning: A Case Study Approach, COM 509, 2014

S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University

 

Media and Diversity, COM 344 Beauty Ideals, 2014

S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University

 

Media and Diversity, COM 344 Beauty Ideals, 2013

S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University