• Dr. Kimberly Lauffer

    Dr. Kimberly Lauffer is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Journalism with more than 20 years of teaching experience at the secondary and post-secondary education level. Her research focuses on media coverage of end-of-life issues, framing of health, diverse individuals, juveniles and crime, and journalism pedagogy, and she has published many peer-reviewed articles in […]

  • Brian Hayes

    Brian Hayes is a Senior Lecturer and directs the journalism education, journalism graphics and internship programs in the Department of Journalism. Hayes is a former high school journalism teacher and was a professional newspaper designer and graphics editor in four cities. His contributions to journalism education have been recognized at both the state and national […]

  • Jennifer Palilonis

    Dr. Jennifer Palilonis is the George and Frances Ball Distinguished Professor of Multimedia Journalism and a full professor in the Department of Journalism. She also serves as the Director of the Center for Emerging Media Design and Development (EMDD). She is known for her creative and innovative endeavors. In 2017, Dr. Palilonis and her students […]