Allison Weidhaas
Assistant Professor I
Fine Arts 225
Pamela  Brown
Professor and Chair of Communication and Journalism
Fine Arts 232

B.A., Rider; M.A., Ohio; Ph.D., Iowa

Dr. Brown, who has professional experience in journalism and public relations, teaches writing, reporting, public relations, law and ethics. Her research is on 20th-century journalism history, the African-American press, and the law of cyberspace.

David Dewberry
Assistant Professor of Communication
Fine Arts 241
Bosah Ebo
Professor of Communication; Director of Multicultural Program
Fine Arts 216

B.S., M.A., Wisconsin; Ph.D., Iowa

Dr. Ebo teaches communication ethics, public relations and international communication. His research interests also include popular culture and media images of Africa. He edited the books Cyberghetto or Cybertopia: Race, Class and Gender on the Internet and Cyberimperialism: Global Relations in the New Electronic Frontier.

Sheena Howard
Assistant Professor II of Communication
Fine Arts 222
Barry Janes
Professor of Communication
Fine Arts 220

B.A., M.A., Rutgers; Ph.D., New York University

Dr. Janes works and teaches electronic media theory, programming and technology. He has been a producer, director and/or writer of more than 100 video productions, and has advised numerous corporations, non-profit organizations and municipalities. Dr. Janes’ research interests include Broadcast Programming and History, and, most recently, the effective use of computer-based asynchronous technologies in the classroom.

Aaron Moore
Associate Professor of Journalism; Director of Internship Program
Fine Arts 227

B.A., LaSalle University; M.A., Ph.D., Temple

Nancy Wiencek
Assistant Professor II
Fine Arts 236
Yun Xia
Professor of Communication
Fine Arts 238

B.A., M.A., Sichuan University; Ph.D., Southern Illinois

Dr. Xia is our resident multimedia specialist with expertise in the area of graphic communication in print and digital media. His research focuses on computer-mediated communication, semiotic analysis of the Internet, and human-computer interface design.

Jessi Franko
Assistant to the MABC
Fine Arts 241