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Joseph Mirando
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  Languages & Communication
Department:   Languages & Communication
Rank:   Professor
Degrees Held:   Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi (Communication), 1992. M.A., University of Alabama (Journalism), 1979. B.A., St. Bonaventure University (Journalism), 1977. A.A., Corning, N.Y. Community College (Liberal Arts), 1975. Also: Master Journalism Educator certification, Journalism Education Association, 2007.
Office:   262 D Vickers Hall
Phone:   (985)549-3286
Email:   joemirando@selu.edu
Website:   Not specified
Office Hours:   MoTuWeTh 9:15-10:55, Fr 9:15-12:35
Areas of Concentration for Degrees:   Mass Communication and Journalism, Journalism Education
PK-12 Years Experience:   Journalism Teacher and Student Publications Adviser, St. Thomas Aquinas High School, Hammond, La., 2003-2007; Journalism Teacher, Chemung, N.Y. County Dept.of Social Services, Summer Cohesion Program, 1976
Areas of Teaching

Scholastic Journalism

Opinion Writing: Editorial & Critical Reviewing

Feature Writing

Media Law

Media Ethics

Media History

Media Management

Media Criticism

Organizational Communication Law and Ethics

Research Interests

Student Press Rights

Journalism Education

Academic Advising

Journalistic Writing

Media Ethics

Professional/Honorary Affiliations and Awards

American Association of University Professors (since 2003).

American Journalism Historians Association (since 1984).

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (since 1977).

College Media Advisers (since 1981).

Journalism Education Association (since 1997).

Society for Collegiate Journalists (since 1976).

Society of Professional Journalists (since 1976).

United Federation of College Teachers (since 1988).

Fall 2011 Course Info Sheet   
Fall 2011 Course Responsibilities   
Journal Publications  
First Amendment Knowledge of High School Students   
Future of the First Amendment   
My JEA 2009 majoring journalism college workshop   
The Case for High School Journalism   

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