I want to encourage you all to do everything you can reasonably do that expands your mind and experiences while you're at college. You've got a lot of life left after college to work, commute, work some more, commute some more, work again, (repeat), but there's only a small window of time to get involved in so many different things.
Take advantage of what we offer here. There's more to do than you possibly could, if only you take some initiative and work for it.
WLBN will have sports commentary opportunities coming up, as well as many many other time slots available to run your own music, talk, comedy, or whatever show.
What were some of your thoughts as you got ready to broadcast over the air for the first time? How did it make you feel? What communication strategies did you try?
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- Albion CollegeProfessor of Communication Studies, 2009 - present
- Michigan State UniversityTeaching & Research Assistant, 2005 - 2009
The things I am working on, or find interesting in a teaching or research manner will be posted here.
Research: Robot interface (media) and human perceptions. Sports media. Social media.
Teaching: Media literacy, entertainment media theory, social media.
Professional: Social media consulting, training, new media effects on society.
- Washington State UniversityCommunication, B.A., M.A., 2000 - 2005
- Michigan State UniversityCommunication, Ph.D., 2005 - 2012
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