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            The professors were there 100 percent all of the time no matter what you needed, I was so impressed by their ability to be there for their students.

            Suzanne Barker Alumna '11

            The greatest academic strength of AUP’s graduate programs is the vibrant nexus between teaching and research. The typical twenty-student classroom encourages extraordinary intellectual interactivity between faculty and students, an exchange reinforced by our proactive student advising system. In addition to animated exchange between faculty and students in the classroom, professors forge close mentorships and bonds with the graduate cohort. This exceptional relationship between faculty and students and its positive impact on teaching received a special commendation from the Middle States Association in their 2010 Accreditation Report.

            The faculty of the Global Communications Department represent the variety of modern communications with combined professional experience gained within the worlds of journalism, public relations, art, interpretation and academia. Their research and expertise translate each year into a number of peer-reviewed articles, books, media engagements and conference appearances.

            Faculty Highlights

            Selected Publications

            Doyle, W. (2016) 'The Rise of Populist Brands and the Narrative of Exclusion: Berlusconi, Trump, and Sarkosy'. Presented at The Crossroads Conference, Sydney, 14 December 2016

            Elder, T. (2016) Organizer 'Communications for Development Seminar'. Paris, 11-12 November 2016

            Dutta, S. and Fraser, M. (2008) Throwing Sheep in the Boardroom: How Online Social Networking Will Transform Your Life, Work and World. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

            Grigorenko, T. Beyond the Barrier of Sound and Soon, of Light (2016) [Exhibition]. AKA Artist-Run Gallery. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. September 16 - October 22 2016

            Harsin, J. H. (2019). Post-Truth and Critical Communication. In The Oxford Encyclopedia of Communication and Critical Studies

            McGuinness, J. (2016) Mithly.net: An Alternative Digital Discourse from Morocco, 2010-2011. In Tarik Sabry and Layal Ftouni (Eds.), Arab Subcultures: Transformations in Theory and Practice. London: I.B. Tauris

            Payne, R. (2015) The Promiscuity of Network Culture: Queer theory and Digital Media. London and New York: Routledge

            Shields, C. (2010) 'Mastering French Cuisine, Espousing French Identity: The Transformation Narratives of American Wives of Frenchmen'. In The Anthropology of Food, No.7, December 2010 

            Stojanov, G. (2012) Computational Models of Creativity: Taking Early Cognitive Development Seriously. In Indurkhya, B. and Manjalay, J. (Eds.) Cognition, Experience and Creativity. Orient Blackswan Pvt. Ltd.

            Your Faculty

            • Fatima Aziz

              Lecturer

            • James Bittermann

              Associate Professor

            • Madeleine Czigler

              Associate Professor

            • Waddick Doyle

              Professor, Associate Dean for Academic Program Innovation

            • Tanya Elder

              Assistant Professor

            • Matthew Fraser

              Associate Professor

            • Tatiana Grigorenko

              Assistant Professor

            • Jayson Harsin

              Associate Professor, Department Chair - Global Communications

            • Jurgen Hecker

              Instructor, Program Coordinator for Journalism

            • Youna Kim

              Professor

            • Justin Mcguinness

              Associate Professor

            • Robert Payne

              Associate Professor

            • Christy Shields

              Associate Professor

            • Renate Stauss

              Assistant Professor

            • Georgi Stojanov

              Professor

            • Charles Talcott

              Associate Professor

            • Hannah Westley

              Assistant Professor, Program Director MA Global Communications