1 NICOLA A. CORBIN Ph.D., M.A. Assistant Professor, PRSSA Adviser Communication Education: Ph.D., Mass Communication, University of Georgia, December 2013 Dissertation title: The Articulations of Colorism in Popular Media Dissertation adviser: Dr. James F. Hamilton M.A., Graphic Communication Management and Technology, New York University, May 2003 B.A., magna cum laude, Communication, Certificate of the Honors Program, Seton Hall University, May 1999 Teaching Experience: Weber State University Instructor of Record, Department of Communication, Weber State University, Ogden, UT, July 2013 present. o COMM3850/COMM5850 Advertising This split-level course introduces students to fundamental advertising theories and concepts including strategic, media and creative planning. A culminating campaign group project that requires application of concepts for a real-world client enhances the learned experience. o COMM3440 Public Relations Writing Builds the foundation in writing for public relations, with strict attention to AP style, and including social and new media. Students select a nonprofit organization client at the beginning of the semester, and work through the semester culminating in a full plan with recommended strategies and special events. o COMM3400 Public Relations Provides a basic understanding of public relations definitions, processes, practices, theories and effects. Students also learn about the roles of public relations practitioners to develop and
2 implement public relations campaigns. It is designed to help them gain exposure to a breadth of public relations topics, learn how theories and concepts are applied and adapted to public relations practice, and develop a realistic appreciation of the field of public relations. o COMM3350 Communication Design Introduces students to the basics of graphic design, including typography, color theory and photo treatment. It also allows necessary exposure to layout and design software such as InDesign and Photoshop. A design portfolio serves as the culminating project that includes pieces such as a magazine spread, a magazine cover, newsletter and brochure. University of Georgia Instructor of Record, Department of Advertising and Public Relations, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia, Athens, GA., January 2010 May o ADPR3520 Graphic Communication Introduces students to the basics of graphic design, including typography, color theory and photo treatment. It also allows necessary exposure to layout and design software such as InDesign and Photoshop. A design portfolio serves as the culminating project that includes pieces such as a magazine spread, a magazine cover, newsletter and brochure. o ADPR5950 Public Relations Communication Builds the foundation in writing for public relations, with strict attention to AP style, and including social and new media. Students select a nonprofit organization client at the beginning of the semester, and work through the semester culminating in a full plan with recommended strategies and special events. Joint Instructor of Record, Global Programs in Sustainability Discover Abroad Program (Queensland, Australia), Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. May-June o JRLC5080 International Communication Examines and compares philosophies of different media systems, including development and regulation in the Australian context. Additionally, students are exposed to politics of representation, and communication as culture.
3 Instructor, Georgia Journalism Academy, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, June 2010, June 2011, June o Graphic Design An annual weeklong summer program in which high school students learn the basics of graphic design and newspaper layout, culminating in a 12-page printed broadsheet that effectively showcases the journalistic writings of their peers. Teaching Assistant, Department of Advertising and Public Relations, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. January May University of Maryland Instructor, Office of Undergraduate Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. Fall 2008, Spring o UNIV100 The Student in the University Introduces first-year students to University services and systems essential to enabling them to successfully navigate the undergraduate years. It also highlights themes that allows exploration of self and others including emphasis on diversity and conflict management. Seton Hall University Adjunct Instructor, Department of Communication, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ. June-August o COST1600 Oral Communication Articulates various methods of argument and presentation, preparing the student for effective self-expression. Adjunct Instructor, Department of Communication, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ. January May 2002 o COMM1421 Writing for the Media Introduces students to the different styles of journalistic writing in print, broadcast, and public relations.
4 Research: Peer-Reviewed Conference Presentations Myers, Marcus C. and Nicola A. Corbin. (2012.) Presidential Crisis Communication in Environmental Disasters: A Content Analysis Comparing White House Responses to Hurricane Katrina and the BP Deepwater Horizon Disaster. Presented to the Graduate School Interest Group, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, August 10-13, Chicago. Corbin, Nicola A. and James F. Hamilton. (2012.) Black Women s Hair and the Postcolonial Practice of Style. Presented to the Feminist Studies Division, International Communication Association Convention, May 24-28, Phoenix. Corbin, Nicola A., and James F. Hamilton. (2011.) Subaltern Knowledges: Caribbean Women and the Media. Presented to the Feminist Studies Division, International Communications Association Convention, May 26-30, Boston. Corbin, Nicola A. (2011.) The Personal Becomes Political- Economic: A Transnational Reading of the Black Hair Care Industry. Presented to the Women s Studies Symposium, March 2011, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Research in Process Corbin, Nicola A. Transgressing Respectability: A Safe Space to Let It Hang Out in Dark Girls In process for Feminist Media Studies. Corbin, Nicola A. Why Is My Black Beautiful? The Articulations for Race and Gender in Public Relations Practice. In process for Public Relations Review. Corbin, Nicola A. Natural Transitions: Fad or True Change Dissecting the Online Discourse Surrounding the Natural Hair Care Movement. In process for Journal of Black Studies. Corbin, Nicola A. The Problem Isn t Gabby Douglas Hair: An Examination of the Ways in Which Race and Gender Are Articulated in Issues of Appearance. In process for Journal of Black Studies. Corbin, Nicola A. The Politics of Respectability and Ratchedness: Constructing Black Femininity in Online Magazines and Blogs. In process for Howard Journal of Communication.
5 Research Conferences Fellow, Knight Center for Specialized Journalism, Covering Youth Culture: Getting Beyond Fads. June 14-18, Other Research-related Activity Manuscript Reviewer, Feminist Media Studies, Fall Awards Student Achievement Award for Excellence in Feminist Scholarship, Black Hair in North America. A Hair and Color Complex. The New Jersey Project on Inclusive Scholarship, Curriculum, and Teaching Service: Student Co-Curricular Advising Adviser, Public Relations Student Society of America, Weber State University chapter, Weber State University, Ogden, UT. April 2013 present. Teaching & Professional Presentations Close Interactions: Enhancing Customer Service by Improving Interpersonal Communication. Presented to Faculty & Staff Customer Service Conference. October Weber State University, Ogden, UT. Designing Pages That Grab. Presented to Georgia Scholastic Press Association Fall Convention. September 2009; September University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Professional Development and Committees Member, Public Relations Society of America, 2014 Member, Department of Communication Promotions Committee, Weber State University, Member, Search Committee, Public Relations position, Weber State
6 University, 2013 Co-president, Critical Media Studies Interest Group, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia, Chair, Operations Manager Search Committee, Department of Transportation Services, University of Maryland, College Park, 2007 Member, various departmental and university search committees, University of Maryland, College Park, Member, Student Affairs Young Professionals, University of Maryland, College Park, Member, Campus Communicators, University of Maryland, College Park, Member, Diversity Committee, Department of Transportation Services, University of Maryland, College Park, Program Trainer, Sexual Harassment Prevention Certification, University of Maryland, College Park, 2006 Member, Leadership Development Institute, University of Maryland, College, Park, 2005 Member, Diversity Committee, Herald News [West Paterson, NJ], Participant, College Leadership New Jersey, Seton Hall University, 1998 Awards for Service Recipient, Bishop Francis Community Award, Educational Opportunity Program, Seton Hall University, Recognizes graduating undergraduates who have demonstrated substantive service involvement in the community. Relevant Non-Academic Work Experience: Professional Experience Assistant to the Director/ Marketing and Public Affairs Manager, Department of Transportation Services, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, Position responsible for service and campus relations on behalf of the director and department, outreach responsibilities including research and feedback, customer relations, conceptualization, development and implementation of ongoing public awareness campaigns, and supervision of administrative, and public affairs staff (full-time and student).
7 Section Editor/Copy Editor, Herald News, West Paterson, NJ, Responsibilities included copy-editing and page design/layout duties, development and implementation of special weekly youth sections, and community outreach to schools to encourage local youth participation in youth sections. Professional Awards Second Place, Feature Section Page Design Portfolio (daily newspapers under 60,000 circ.), New Jersey Press Association Better Newspaper Awards, Second Place, Feature Page Design, Society of Professional Journalists, New Jersey Chapter Awards, TECHNOLOGY PROFICIENCIES Includes Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign; Dreamweaver, MS Office. Working knowledge of SPSS.
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