Department(s) or Office(s):
Please list all that apply, including appointments across multiple departments or with a University research center or institute.
Please list all that apply.
Cell/home phone (optional):
Professional or research website:
Keep this bio to 200 words max. Use first-person language meant for students and non-academic audiences.
Follow this format for your degrees:
2010 Ph.D. (Mass Communication) University of Texas. Austin, TX
2006 M.S. (Journalism) Penn State University. University Park, PA
2003 B.S. (Communication) Texas A&M University. College Station, TX
Please list any courses that you regularly teach, providing both the course number and course name. (Example: CMCN 321 Advanced Reporting
Expertise, Research & Opportunities for Collaboration
In brief (15-20 word) headline, summarize your area of expertise and research focus.
Prospective students, collaborators, and the media may be interested in specific subjects, so please break down the areas of your expertise or study so they can better match their needs with your expertise.
For example, instead of just “Business” you might segment your expertise to include “Small Business,” “Impacts of regulations on business,” or “CEO compensation,” or instead of just “Computer Science,” you might break it down to include “Web security,” or “How Computers will impact future labor needs,” or instead of just “Counseling,” you might break it down to “Relationship skills,” “Marriage,” “Handling high voltage relationships,” “Depression,” etc.
Areas of Expertise (one per line, please):
Are you willing to collaborate on research with other faculty at UL Lafayette, faculty at other institutions, business and industry, or students?
What type of work are you willing to collaborate on?
Are you willing to host students or interns in your lab or office?
Provide more detail on these student opportunities.
If there are specific/standing opportunities, please list them out individually.
If opportunities vary, please characterize the types of ways students typically get involved with your research work.
Indicate to which levels of students (e.g.undergrad, graduate, Ph.D.) research opportunities are open, the types of research experiences they may have, if any travel is involved, if there are chances for publication, and any other relevant details.
Research areas and projects:
Write descriptions for the common man/woman.
Are you already working with students on any of these projects?
In what capacity are students involved with the research?
Include names of publications and link to your recent publications.
These publications can be provided in the proper citation style of your field (APA, Chicago, MLA, etc.).
Awards & Recognition
(e.g. awards, positions held, presentations, being quoted in national publications)
Provide a list of recent professional awards.
Provide a list of recent professional awards, including name of honor, the awarding organization, and the year awarded.
List the languages you would be comfortable speaking with a student or a member of the media.
Is there anything else you would like to have included on your bio page?