B.A. - Northeast Louisiana University, 1975 M.A. - Webster University, 1981 M.S. - Florida State University, 1985 Ph.D - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1993
Dr. Tom Christie teaches communication research and public relations.
Dr. Tom Christie's research areas are public policy and mass media, public relations, and new media. Dr. Christie has published academic articles in the Gazette: The International Journal for Communication Studies, the Southwestern Mass Communication Journal, American Journalism, the Journal of Radio Studies, the Journal of Middle East Media, Competition Forum, and in conference proceedings publications.
B.A. - Indiana University-Purdue University Ft. Wayne, 1997 M.A.M.C. (hons.) - The University of Florida, 2000 Ph.D - The University of Florida, 2003
Dr. Andrew Clark teaches broadcasting, intercultural communication, visual communication, law and ethics, qualitative and historical research methods.
Dr. Clark's research methodology is primarily qualitative and historical. His primary area of research is international broadcasting dealing with propaganda, public opinion and foreign policy. He has published in journals such as The Journal of Radio Studies, Journal of Middle East Media, International Communication Gazette, Global Media Journal, American Journalism, and others. Dr. Clark has had papers presented recently at the Broadcast Education Association and World Association of Public Opinion Research conferences.
B.B.A. - University of Texas at Austin, 1975 M.B.A. - West Texas State University, 1976 Ph.D - University of North Texas, 1982
Dr. Tom Ingram teaches advertising, public relations, marketing communication and communication technology.
Dr. Tom Ingram's research areas are advertising, marketing communication and public policy. Dr. Ingram has published academic articles in journals and proceedings, including the Southwestern Mass Communication Journal, the Association of Business Communication, Southwest Education Council of Journalism and Mass Communication, Southwest Marketing Association, American Marketing Association, and Southern Marketing Association.
B.S., National Taiwan University, 1991 M.A., Michigan State University, 1996 Ph.D., Michigan State University, 2003
Undergraduate courses: COMM 3300 Communication Technology CTEC 4309 Internet Marketing Communication CTEC 4321 Digital Communication Management CTEC 4350 Advanced Web Site Communication Graduate courses taught: COMM 5321 Advanced Internet Marketing Communication COMM 5323 Advanced Web Site Communication COMM 5392 Seminar: Communication in Virtual Organizations
Dr. Jang is interested in the design, implementation, and effects of communication technology in various contexts. In particular, his research efforts have been focused on the following areas: (1) distant collaborations via electronic media in the context of virtual teams and online gaming (MMORPG) communities, and (2) people's blogging behaviors, their social and psychological antecedents and impacts. Dr. Jang has published articles in Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Information, Communication & Society, Journal of CSCW, Journal of Human-Computer Studies, etc.
B.B. - Angelo State University, 1986
M.A. - Baylor University, 1987
Ph.D - Louisiana State University, 1993
Dr. Charla Markham Shaw teaches presentational communication, organizational communication, interpersonal communication, performance studies, communication education, persuasion, and communication theory, and qualitative research methods.
Dr. Charla Markham Shaw's research areas are intrapersonal/interpersonal communication, narrative, and gender studies. Dr. Markham Shaw has published articles in Human Communication Research, Journal of Health Communication, Communication Reports, Southern Communication Journal, Iowa Journal of Communication (Ethnography of Communication and Performance Special Edition), International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Texas Speech Communication Journal, Journal of Illinois Speech and Theater Association, and HIV Education: Performing.
B.A. - Peking University, 2000 M.A. - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2002 Ph.D - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007
Dr. Su teaches courses in communication technology at the undergraduate level, and seminars on virtual organizations and computer-mediated communication at the graduate level.
Dr. Su's programs of research are in the areas of communication technology, organizational knowledge management, and social networks. He has published and presented research work in a variety of journals and conferences such as Communication Research, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Communication Theory, Competition Forum, European Journal of International Management, Academy of Management, and International Communication Association. He also published a book chapter in an edited book titled" Research methods for studying groups and teams: A Guide to approaches, tools, and technologies" in 2012.
B.A. - Oklahoma State University, 1991 M.A. - Oklahoma State University, 1999 Ph.D - University of Oklahoma, 2007
Dr. Wigley teaches courses in the undergraduate PR sequence and is currently teaching Theories of Persuasion at the graduate level.
Dr. Wigley's research interests include crisis communications, corporate social responsibility and media relations. She has published in several journals including Communication Monographs, Communication Research, Public Relations Review and Corporate Reputation Review.
B.A.- University of Delhi, 1996 M.A - University of Delhi, 1998 M.A. - Emerson College, 2001 Ph.D - The Ohio State University, 2007
Dr. Karishma Chatterjee teaches interpersonal communication, health communication, group communication, persuasion, communication theory, and history of communication.
Chatterjee's research interests are in interpersonal and health communication. Specifically, her areas of research include: the role of interpersonal communication in health decision making; media portrayals of health issues and events; designing and evaluation of health messages; and the role of visuals in health and science communication.
B.F.A. - University of Florida, 2000 M.F.A. - University of Florida, 2003 Ph.D. - University of Florida, 2012
Ph.D. Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2002 M.A. - Journalism, University of Texas, Austin, 1997 B.A. - English & Journalism (minor), Sonoma State University, CA, 1992
Dr. Harp teaches editorial and opinion writing, specialized reporting, and writing for the mass media. Prior to coming to UTA she also taught news reporting and news design courses as well as a course on women and journalism. At the graduate level she has taught qualitative methods for mass media and critical and cultural media theories.
Dr. Harp's research is primarily qualitative though much of her work utilizes mixed methods. From critical and cultural theoretical perspectives her research investigates the intersections of journalism, new media (Internet, blogging, virtual worlds, and social networks), public spheres, globalization, and women and marginalized groups. Dr. Harp has published academic articles in Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Communication, Culture and Critique, Information, Communication and Society, Journalism Studies, Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, Journal of Magazine and New Media Research, and The Howard Journal of Communication. Her book, titled Desperately Seeking Women Readers: Newspapers and the Construction of a Female Readership, was published in 2007.
B.A. - Mount Union College, 1997 M.A. - University of Alabama, 1999 Ph.D - University of Alabama, 2010
Dr. Pribanic-Smith teaches reporting, feature writing, and public affairs journalism, as well as graduate courses guiding student research on topics such as public opinion and communication history.
Dr. Pribanic-Smith specializes in research examining political communication in the print media of the 19th- and 20th-century American South. Specifically, she focuses on the use of editorials and letters to the editor to disseminate political ideology. Dr. Pribanic-Smith has had academic articles published in American Journalism and Atlanta Review of Journalism History, and she is a frequent presenter at the national convention of American Journalism Historians Association as well as in the history division of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
B.A. - University of New Mexico, 2006 M.A. - University of New Mexico, 2009 Ph.D. - University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2013
B.A. - University of California, Berkeley, 1989 M.A. - University of Texas, Austin, 1998 Ph.D. - University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2002
Dr. Tremayne teaches a variety of communication topics including broadcasting, journalism, communication technology, and communication theory.
Dr. Tremayne's areas of specialization include: Online journalism, future of media, network theory, interactivity and experiments with new technologies and new media, citizenship and the public sphere.
B.A. - Ball State University, 1999 M.A. -THE Ohio State University, 2004 Ph.D - THE Ohio State University, 2007
Dr. Brian Horton teaches undergraduate courses in the communication technology sequence including visual communication, website communication, human-computer interaction, and advanced website communication.
Dr. Horton's research examines the role of prosody in collaborative activities. This includes exploring the relation between prosodic features and structure in the grounding process. His previous research focused on entertainment theory, cross-cultural conceptions of love in marriage and friendship, and supportive communication in bereavement. He has published in Communication Research, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, and Visual Communication Quarterly. Recently, he has presented conference papers at the International Association of Langaguage and Social Psychology Conference and the National Communication Association Conference.
B.S. - Texas Christian University, 1996 M.A. - Seton Hall University, 2004
B.A. - University of Texas at Arlington, 1993
Certificate in Commercial Art - Oklahoma State University, 1980 M.A. - Syracuse University, 2008
Roby teaches Communication Graphics to students from a variety of degree programs.
B.F.A - University of North Texas, 1981
B.F.A. - University of Florida, 2001 M.F.A. - University of Florida, 2004
B.A. - Hardin-Simmons University, 1985 M.Ed.T - University of Texas at Arlington, 1997 M.A - University of Texas at Arlington, 2010
B.A.- University of Texas at Arlington, 2006 M.A.- University of Texas at Arlington, 2011
B.A. - The State University of New York at Buffalo, 1974 M.A. - The State University of New York at Buffalo, 1978
B.A. - UT Arlington, 2003 M.A. - UT Arlington, 2006 Ph.D. - Texas Tech University, 2014
B.A.A.S. - Stephen F. Austin State University M.A. - Stephen F. Austin State University
B.A. – Texas Tech University, 1992 M.B.A. – Texas A&M-Commerce, 2011
AA - Weatherford College, 1979 BFA - Texas Christian University, 1981 MS - Texas Chrsitian University, 1982
B.A. - Oklahoma Christian Univeristy, 2004 M.A. - The University of Texas at Arlington, 2006
B.S.- Tennessee Tech University, 1978 M. Divinity- The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1982 M.A.- Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1986
B.A. – University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2005 M.A. – The University of Texas at Arlington, 2008
BCMN 2358 Television Production BCMN 4320 Current Issues in Telecommunications BCMN 3350 Electronic News BCMN 3350 Television Reporting I BCMN 4350 Television Reporting II BCMN 4191 Media Workshop
Julian Rodriguez’s research interests include Hispanic media, multimedia production, transmedia environments, and broadcast news. He currently serves as President of the Texas Association of Broadcast Educators (TABE) and is the founder and news director of UTA News en Español, a university Spanish-language television newscast focusing on the interests of bilingual/bicultural students.
B.S- Kansas State University 1995 M.A.- Kansas State University 1997
B.A. - University of Texas at Arlington, 2006 M.A. - University of Texas at Arlington, 2012
BA - University of Texas Arlington, 1977 MS - Texas Christian University, 1992
A.A. - Tyler Junior College, 1987 B.F.A. - The University of Texas at Arlington, 1990 GAC - The University of North Texas, 2006 M.S. - The University of North Texas, 2008
B.A. - The University of Texas at Arlington, 1971 M.A. - Southern Methodist University, 1986
B.A. - The University of Texas at Arlington, 2008 M.A. - University of North Texas, 2011
B.A. - Journalism, University of Texas a Arlington, 1990 M.S. - Information Systems, University of Texas a Arlington, 2009
B.S. - Texas Christian University, 1994 M.A. - Texas Tech University, 1995
B.A. - University of North Texas, 1998 M.A. - The University of Texas at Arlington (in progress)