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Communication and Journalism

College of Arts and Sciences

Judy Sims - communication journalism

    EDUCATION

    Doctor of Philosophy (July 1990) University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

    Pluralism in transition: Cultural implications of the legalization of private and municipal radio broadcasting in Greece

    Master of Arts (June 1984)  Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

    Deregulation of the radio broadcast industry: A survey of National Radio Broadcasters Association members

    Bachelor of Arts (June 1981) Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

          ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

          Professor. University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Department of Communication and Journalism (September 1989 to present) 

UWEC Courses

  • Fundamentals of Speech

  • Intercultural Communication

  • Interviewing

  • Performance for the Camera

  • Public Speaking and Communication

  • Radio and Television Production Process

  • Research Methods

  • Television Production Process  

  • Video Production Practicum

Faculty, Harlaxton College, University of Evansville, Indiana
British Campus. Grantham, England.  Spring 1997

    Harlaxton Courses

      Intercultural Communication

      Interpersonal Communication

      Introduction to the Mass Media 

Faculty, Lakeland College, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.
October 31-December 12, 1994 and Summer 1995 

Lakeland Courses

  • Intercultural Communication

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis, MN. Department of Speech Communication
September 1986 to August 1989

U of M Courses

  • Introduction to Radio and Television Production
  • Advanced Radio Production
  • Determinants of Broadcast Programming

Instructor/Faculty Adviser, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. 
Department of Speech Communication.  September 1984 to June 1986

  • Taught radio related courses

  • Served as Faculty Adviser for the 10,000-watt campus radio station, KHSU-90.5 FM 

HSU Courses

    • Introduction to Radio Broadcasting

    • Intercultural Radio Interviews

    • Operational Training in Radio Reader's Theatre for the Radio 

    • Advanced Radio Workshop

    • Workshop: Research Methods in Radio (with Hiber, J. (1984). Hibernetics: A guide to radio ratings& research. Los Angeles, CA

    • Public Radio Workshop: The Fairness Doctrine


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