David Cheshier sent the following information regarding the graduate course schedule for Spring 2014.

Carrie Freeman’s Communication Ethics seminar was moved to Thursday afternoon, and we are still waiting on the time for that.  And because of Dr. Bruner’s spring absence, the Rhetorical Theory II seminar will instead be taught by Prof. Tabako (and he will not, as a result, be teaching the contemporary discourse seminar earlier listed).

The Department apologizes for the scheduling issues — a transitional challenge, to be sure, given our main office staffing changes — and we appreciate your patience.

Jaye Atkinson

  • C8025/6910 Content Analysis T 100-330

Ly Bolia

  • C6135 ***** Cinematography R 230-730

Jack Boozer

  • C6320 12586 Feature Screenwriting II T 100-330

David Cheshier

  • C8111 15152 Doctoral Proseminar T 335-425
  • C6910/8980 Argumentation & Deliberation M 715-945

Patricia Davis

  • C8980/6910 African American Discourses T 100-330

Carrie Freeman

  • C8090/6910 Communication Ethics Time/Date to Be Determined

Yuki Fujioka

  • C6030 17823 Comm Research Methods T 430-700

Cindy Hoffner

  • C8790/6910 16998 T: New Media Psychology R 430-700

Tony Lemieux

  • C8015 16960 Quantitative Research Methods M 430-700

Hongmei Li

  • C6010 17822 Issues & Perspectives W 100-330

Shawn Powers

  • C8130 16966 Comm in a Global Context R 430-700

Alessandra Raengo

  • C8385/6160 ***** Crit Viz Culture R 100-330

Angelo Restivo

  • C6020 15135 Advanced Film Theory T 430-700

Sharon Shahaf

  • C8980/6940 16885/16884 TV Studies T 100-330

Sheldon Shiffer

  • C6115 ***** Screenwriting & Visualization TBD

Greg Smith

  • C8420 17824 Media Historiography T 715-945

Elizabeth Strickler

  • C6165/F4165 “Media Entrepreneurship” T 230-730

Leonard Teel

  • C6040 13395 History News Media TR 530-645
  • C6650 16959 International Comm TR 230-345

Ethan Tussey

  • C8430 16891 / C6430 16890 Media Industries M 430-700

Niklas Vollmer

  • C6125 17082 Comm Based Media Prod MW 400-630 +U