Content marketing and non-profit communications
Amanda Sturgill teaches classes in writing, general studies and the interactive media graduate program.
A Ph.D. graduate of Cornell University, she has professional experience in newspaper journalism and marketing communications.
Her research focuses on the intersection of education and community-based work, the relationship of religion and media and on new technologies and the news.
Ph.D., Communications, Cornell University, 1998
M.S., Communications, Cornell University, 1995
B.A. (Phi Beta Kappa), Journalism, University of South Carolina, 1990
Elon University, 2010-Present
Baylor University, 1997-2010
The Global Citizen
Interactive Project for the Public Good
SEO, Analytics and Social Media
Director, ICPC News
Head of Communication Technology Division, AEJMC
Articles published in Journalism Educator, the Journal of Media and Religion, Teaching Journalism and Mass Communication, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Journal of Magazine and New Media Research, etc.
Work in new communication technologies, religion and media and the efficacy of service learning for communications students.
Content strategy, writing, editing, communication management, international communications, quantitative research, qualitative research.