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Associate professor in convergence at the Missouri School of Journalism. Ph.D. from Oregon in 2000.
He was the general manager of the East Oregonian in Portland, OR, before seeking his degree. He has also been a daily newspaper managing editor, a weekly editor, a reporter and an advertising manager.
Ph.D. student at the Missouri School of Journalism. M.S. Communication Studies and Journalism, Shippensburg University
He has been a Peace Corps teacher i Kyrgyzstan, Web editor for the Getty Museum and Getty Trust in Los Angeles, a technology reporter for the L.A. Business Journal, and arts editor of the Idaho Mountain Express in Ketchum, Idaho.
Ph.D. student at the Missouri School of Journalism. MA from the Missouri School of Journalism
He is a former copy editor for Los Angeles Daily News, sports editor for the Nevada Appeal and sports writer for the Daily Democrat
A professor at the Missouri School of Journalism, she is also director of the Center for Religion, the Professions and the Public. She has a Ph.D from Ohio University in Athens, a MA in journalism from Northwestern and masters in theological studies from Trinity Lutheran Seminary in Columbus, Ohio.
She has extensive experience as a religion writer and editor and is the former executive director of the Religion Newswriters Association.
Ph.D. student at the Missouri School of Journalism, MA from the Missouri School of Journalism
He was the general manager of The Desert Dispatch, Barstow, CA. He also created and was the managing editor of two weekly newspapers, The Hesperia Star and The Virgin Valley Spectrum