School of Communications leads nation in number of UNC PhDs
The Elon University School of Communications is home to more Ph.D. graduates from UNC’s School of Media and Journalism than any other program in the nation – a fact discovered as the UNC school celebrates 50 years of doctoral education.
As part of its 2016 Spring Research Colloquium, the UNC School of Media and Journalism has planned a two-day celebration on April 21-22 commemorating more than a half-century of doctoral education in mass communication.
While researching the academic homes of its Ph.D. graduates, UNC learned that 13 Elon faculty members earned doctorates from UNC’s School of Media and Journalism (formerly the School of Journalism and Mass Communication). This is more than any other institution in the nation.
School of Communications faculty members with doctoral degrees from UNC’s School of Media and Journalism are:
- David Bockino, Assistant Professor
- David Copeland, A.J. Fletcher Professor and Graduate Program Director
- Kenn Gaither, Associate Professor and Associate Dean
- Don Grady, Associate Professor and Associate Dean
- Anthony Hatcher, Associate Professor
- Daniel Haygood, Associate Professor
- Denise Hill, Assistant Professor
- Rich Landesberg, Associate Professor
- Julie Lellis, Associate Professor and Associate Department Chair
- Harlen Makemson, Professor and Associate Department Chair
- Barbara Miller, Associate Professor
- Glenn Scott, Associate Professor
- Frances Ward-Johnson, Associate Professor