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University of Wisconsin at Whitewater

Classes I Teach

August 2009 - Present

Indiana University at Bloomington

Classes I Taught

Summer 2007 - Summer 2009

  • Web Video & the Game Industry - GameZombie TV
    • Developed and ran this interdisciplinary course under multiple course titles
    • Incorporated students from all over the university, (e.g. Telecom, Theatre and Dance, Fine Arts, Computer Science, Informatics, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Journalism, and English)
    • Grew to the largest internship program in the city of Bloomington
    • Invited to teach the course as an Adjunct Professor (Fall 2008 - Spring 2009)

Ivy Tech, Bloomington

Classes I Taught

Spring 2009 - Summer 2009

  • Game Development
  • Web Development
  • Web Graphics

Indiana University at Bloomington

Classes I Assistant Instructed

Fall 2006 - Spring 2008

  • Age of Information (Mark Deuze)
  • Intro to Media Production (Andrew Bucksbarg)
  • Advanced HDTV Studio Production (Jim Krause)

University of Wisconsin at Madison

PhD, Digital Media & Literacy (expected, 2012)
Classes I Took

  • The Information Society (LIS 201)
  • Program Development for Continuing Education (ELPA 730)
  • Financing Postsecondary Education (ELPA 831)
  • Intro to Higher Education (ELPA 701)
  • Foundations of Education for Work (INTER-HE 660)
  • Research on Virtual Worlds (C&I 675)
  • Independent Reading (C&I 699)
  • Methods of Instruction w/ Technology (C&I 600)
  • Design of Research in Curriculum & Instruction (C&I 715)
  • Educational Media (C&I 607)
  • Place-Based Learning and New Media (C&I 675)
  • Wisconsin Reading Symposium (C&I 976)
  • History of Mass Communication (JOURN 560)
  • Meaning of Life (PHILOS 304)
  • Writing for Scholarly Publication (POP HLTH 650)
  • Independent Reading 2 (C&I 999)
  • Research or Thesis (C&I 990)
  • Prelims Passed
    • "A Little Big History of Human Collective Learning: From Theory to Digital Book Application"

Indiana University at Bloomington

MS, Telecommunications (2008)
Classes I Took

  • Computer Art: Advanced Seminar 1 (FINA 539)
  • Special Project in Telecom: Bad Blood Born (TEL 540)
  • Special Project in Telecom: Writing for Games (TEL 540)
  • Art, Entertainment, & Information (TEL 570)
  • New Media Production 1 (TEL 576)
  • Computer Art: Advanced Seminar 2 (FINA 539)
  • Computer Art: Advanced Seminar 3 (FINA 539)
  • Interactive Storytelling/Computer Games (TEL 580)
  • Directed Group New Media Design Project (TEL 575)
  • Teaching Electronic Media Production (TEL 583)
  • Special Project in Telecom: GameZombie TV (TEL 540)
  • Directed Group New Media Design Project 2 (TEL 575)
  • New Media Production 2 (TEL 576)
  • Proseminar in Telecom Research (TEL 600)
  • Applied Cognitive & Emotional Psychology (TEL 571)
  • Thesis: Telecommunications (TEL 800)

University of Texas at Austin

BA, History (2001)
BS, Radio-TV-Film (2001)
Highest Honors, Phi Beta Kappa

Classes I Took

  • E 306 Rhetoric and Composition
  • E 316K Masterworks of Literature
  • His 309K Western in Medieval Times
  • His 309L Western Civ in Modern Times
  • HIS 315K United States, 1492-1865
  • HIS 315L United States Since 1865
  • CC 301 Intro to Ancient Greece
  • FR 506 First-Year French I
  • SOC 302 Intro to the Study of Society
  • AST 301 Intro to Astronomy
  • MUS 307 History of Rock Music
  • CC 303 Intro to Classical Mythology
  • FR 507 First-Year French II
  • PSY 301 Intro to Psychology
  • RTF 305 Intro to Media Studies
  • PED 104P Advanced Beginning Tennis
  • E 309K Topics in Writing-W (Hero)
  • FR 310K Sec-Year French I: Reading Skill
  • HIS 307C Intro to the History of India
  • RTF 314 Development of Motion Pictures
  • RTF 317 Narrative Strategies
  • ANT 301 Physical Anthropology
  • FR 310L Sec-Year French II: Reading Skill
  • TD  F303 Fundamentals of Acting
  • HIS F321 History of Rome: The Empire
  • J 310K Visual Literacy
  • RTF 318 Intro to Image and Sound
  • GOV 310L American Government
  • HIS 329N The Scientific Revolution
  • RTF 333P Broadcast/Film Writing I: Production-W
  • RTF 366 Production I
  • RTF 370 Films of Scorsese-W
  • MUS 302L Intro to Western Music
  • RTF W330L Internship in Film & Elec Media
  • PED F103L Beginning Ballroom Dance-Men
  • CC S347 Cultural History of Rome
  • HIS F359R History of West Africa
  • RTF 338 Production II
  • RTF 367K Producing Film and TV—IPS-W
  • SPE 367 African American Performance History-W
  • AMS 370 American Cultural History of Alcohol and Drugs
  • RTF 336 Special Projects in RTF (Fury & Redemption)
  • PED 106C Weight Training
  • CC 348 Ancient Egypt
  • GOV 312L Issues and Policies in American Gov
  • AST 309N Astronomy Bizarre: Stars & Stellar Evolution
  • RTF 346C Intermediate Editing
  • RTF 368S Undergraduate Thesis
  • RTF F344 Advanced Editing
  • RTF N369 Advanced Writing for Film/Elec Media-W
  • PED 101J Stroke Tech and Fitness Swimming
  • HIS 350L Self-Making in US Autobiography-W
  • PSY 308 Biopsychology
  • BIO 301D Biology for Business/Law/Liberal Arts
  • BIO 301M Ecology, Evolution, and Society
  • M 302 Intro to Mathematics

La Sorbonne

Study Abroad in Paris (Spring 2000)

Classes I Took

  • FR 929S Intermediate French
  • FR 329S French Lit in Translation
  • ARH 376 French Impressionism (University of London)