Seminars and workshops
Panelist, “Surfing the Net without Sinking: Student Ethics and Electronic Journalism” Inspiring Students Towards Mastery with Course Assignments that Integrate Ethical Considerations, Broadcast Education Association, April, 2009.
“Media Perception, Cultural Influences and Effects on
Diversity,” Housing and Student Life training,
“Media and Minority Leadership,” The Multiethnic Leadership Summit, Salisbury University, January, 2006.
Moderator: “Pedagogical Applications and Issues of Diversity”, Rethinking/Relearning Diversity in a Post 9/11 World Conference, University of Maryland Baltimore County; October, 2005
“My Dawg’s Blacker than your Dawg: Interracial Diversity and Constructs of Blackness,” the Speaking Truth to Power: Rethinking/Relearning Diversity in a Post 9/11 World Conference, University of Maryland Baltimore County; October, 2005
“Equal Representation? Reality TV and Public Radio”, Popular Culture in the
“Shades of Blackness and the Culture of Frank’s Place”, Popular Culture in the
Ascertainment of Perceived Aggression: A Culture of Violence, Illegalities, and
the Evening News,”
“An Examination of the Just Say ‘Hey’ Program and its Pedagogical Impact,” The Student Chapter of the NAACP, Salisbury University, October 2004.
“Politics, War and Media Effects,” The Association for Education in Journalism
and Mass Communication Southeastern Colloquium;
“From Wickedness and Ballyhoo to Purity and Pulitzer Prizes,” The Association
for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Southeastern Colloquium;
“Internationalizing the Intellectual Experience: A
Dialogic Narrative regarding the Representations of Black Briton and Black
Americans on Television,” The Teaching Diversity/Thinking Diversity Conference;
“The Myth of Black Male Authenticity and the Beauty of
‘Frank’s Place,’” The National Association of African American Studies
“The Impact of Mediated Images upon Black Self-image,” The MOSIAC Summer Program, Salisbury University, June 2004.
Voices, Public Affairs and Media: Ethnic Voices and Contemporary Issues,”
Political Influence and International Television Markets;” Temple
University-Foreign Exchange Program;
“Black Broadcasting for a Black
“Black American Filmmaking: Education and Cultural
Production,” an interview;
Television Hegemony and Race;” Temple University-Foreign Exchange Program;
“Creating a Moral Imperative: Guidelines for Diversity
Trainers,” American Council on Education;
“Applying the Moral Imperative: Criteria for Selecting
Audiovisual Materials for Diversity Training;” National Conference on Race and
National Conference on Race & Ethnicity, San Antonio, Texas: 1) “Getting Unstuck: Maintaining Momentum for Diversity Strategic Plans”, 2) “Multicultural Organizational Development: The Critical Role of Team Building and Alliance Building”, 3) “Maintaining the Momentum in Implementing Diversity Strategic Plans”, April 1996 (co-author and presenter).
“Educational Policies and the Minority Freshman: Adaptation and the Tailoring Services of to Minority Students,” UW-Platteville, December 1995.
Council on Education, Educating One-Third of a Nation: Constructing the Next
American Dream, “Expanding our Reach:
“Media Adventure: The Exposure of High School Students to Opportunities in Communications” UW-Whitewater, June 1994.
“Mentoring and Recruitment of Minority Students within
the field of Public Relations,” Andres Mautner Public
“A Need for Interpersonal Communication among Minority Students with Support from Residence Life Personnel,” The Great Lakes Association of Residence Life Personnel Conference; the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonee, Wisconsin, Wisconsin; October 1995.
Panelist, “Advice for the Incoming Minority and Disadvantaged Student”, The Educational Opportunity Program’s Mentor/Protégé Program, The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Whitewater, Wisconsin; October 1991.