Texts and Technology alumni Marci Mazzarotto (2017) was offered a tenure-track position in Digital Communication at Georgian Court University, a small liberal arts Catholic university in central New Jersey.
Dr. Tom Cavanagh (T&T 2006) was appointed in August 2017 as the University of Central Florida’s new Vice Provost for Digital Learning, overseeing the Center for Distributed Learning, the Office of Instructional Resources, and new digital initiatives that will positively impact student retention, engagement, success, and access. Dr. Cavanagh will continue to lead efforts for […]
Dr. Brian Blackburne begins the fall 2015 semester at Sam Houston State University as a newly promoted Associate Professor in Technical Communication, where he has worked since graduating from the Texts and Technology Program in 2008. In addition to teaching at SHSU, Blackburne has consulted with local and national corporations (e.g., Baker Hughes, Knoll, and […]
Former FBI agent Mark Pollitt first visited UCF while working with the National Center for Forensic Science to develop standards for digital forensics. After his retirement from the FBI, he consulted as a cyber-security expert and did some adjunct teaching before accepting a full time position as a visiting professor at UCF. Shortly afterwards, he […]
Dr. Michelle Ferrier is a digital content architect and Associate Professor of Communications at Elon University. She is also the founder and managing editor of LocallyGrownNews.com, and Vice President of Journalism That Matters, a nonprofit organization focused on the new news ecology and media entrepreneurship. With varied experience as a community activist, educator, entrepreneur, media consultant, […]
Dr. Russell Carpenter came to Eastern Kentucky University in fall 2009 as the first director of the Noel Studio for Academic Creativity where he is also Assistant Professor of English. While a Texts & Technology student at UCF, he studied writing center spaces through the lens of cultural and political geographies in an attempt to […]