Media Primary Interest: Globalization and Media, Transnational Film Genres, East Asian Cinema, Lifestyle Media, Gender and Sexuality in National Cinema, Cultural Studies, Television Studies, Race and Ethnicity in Postcolonial Cinema. Other: Film Theories, Culture, Communication, Technology.
PhD Critical Studies from the University of Southern California: University of Southern California/Northwestern University, IL
Jeff B Halford
Communication, Evolutionary psychology, Marriage/divorce data both contemporary and historical, Quantitative Research Methods, Social Psychology interpersonal/relational communication, group interaction, identity/impression management, quantitative research methods
Ph.D- Communication: University of Arizona
Freelance Director, Voice and Diction Specialist, Public Speaking Coach
Theatre, includes but is not limited to: Ibsen, Shaw, O'Neill, Shakespeare, and period styles; Voice & Diction: Working with groups or individuals for improved support, specificity, and expressiveness; Public Speaking: Working with groups or individuals for improved delivery and organization of content.
Owner of Professionally Speaking, which helps business professionals enhance their verbal communications through presentation training and voice coaching.
MA in Theatre: University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Summa Cum Laude
Dr. Mark C Timney
Mass communication; Media ethics Primary interests: The relationship between the public and mass communication information sources from historical, technical, cultural, economic and political viewpoints; and media ethics, including methods by which journalists may resolve ethical dilemmas.
Expertise in explaining the variety of ethical dilemmas that mass communicators, especially journalists, typically find themselves in; and in helping journalists develop a logically defensible method to resolve such dilemmas while minimizing harm as they fulfill their professional responsibilities.