SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS
Reporting Professional Activities
The Hollywood Curriculum: Teachers in the Movies, 2nd edition 2003. This edition has been completely revised and contains two new chapters; additionally, the number of films surveyed in this edition has been doubled from those considered in the first edition.
Sam McMillan: The Dot Man, short documentary
UNC-TV, broadcast after competitive review, September 2002
Documentary Happening, competitive screening, November 9, 2002
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), screening and program, February 6, 2003 and community days screening, February 8, 2003
Carolina Film and Video Festival, competitive screening, February 20, 2003 and winner’s night screening, February 22, 2003
I’m Not My Brother’s Keeper: Leadership and Civil Rights in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, feature length documentary
University Film and Video Association, conference screening, August 2002
Carolinas Communication Association, conference screening, September 4, 2002
North Carolina Museum of History, screening and program, February 12, 2003
Wyrick, C.H., Wyrick, D.L., Fearnow-Kenney, M.D., Giles, S,M., & Hansen, W.B. (2003). Students voices on health education. The North Carolina Journal.
Op-ed piece in the Raleigh News & Observer 7-15-02 in tribute to Mayor Clarence Lightner, recently deceased, “Warming to Politics with Mayor Lightner.”
Op-ed piece in the Greensboro News & Record 10-13-02 setting the stage for the Bowles-Dole debate for the US Senate seat
Political Debates: Lessons and trends from 2003. James Madison University, March 20, 2003.
Invited workshop on Argumentation, Hamagshimim Israel Fellowship, Duke University, January 12, 2003.
Political Debates: An “Insider” Perspective. The Soden Lecture Series. Invited Lecture. Liberty University, November 7th, 2002.
Political Advertising: Bypassing the Intellect, Governors School, Salem College, July 11, 2002.
McMillan, J.J. & Harriger, K.J.(July, 2002). “College students and deliberation: A benchmark study.” Communication Education, 51, (3), 237-253.
McMillan, J.J. (2003). “Voices from the field : ‘Native’ organizational research : The advantages and disadvantages of ‘being there.’” In G. Cheney, L.T. Christensen, T.E. Zorn & S. Ganesh. Organizational communication in an age of globalization: Issues, reflections, and practices. Long Grove, Il: Waveland Press.
Mitra, A., Hall, A. (2002). Distance Education as a Discursive Practice: Voice, Discourse and Pedagogy. Computers in Schools, 19(3/4), 129-142.
Mitra, A., Watts, E. (2002). Theorizing cyberspace: The idea of voice applied to the Internet discourse. New Media and Society, 4(4), 479-298.
Mitra, A. (2002). Towards developing questionnaire items to measure effectiveness of computers in teaching. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 26(4), 381-394.
Mitra, A. (2002). Deciding what programs to offer. Management Strategy, 26(2), 1,4.
Mitra, A. (June 2002). The impact of “communicative effectiveness” of computers in use of computers for communication. Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia Annual.
Rogan, R. G., & Hammer, M. R. Crisis/Hostage negotiations: Conceptualization
of a communication-based approach. Forthcoming in Giles, H. (Ed.), Law enforcement, communication, and community (pp. 229-254). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing. 229-254.
Hammer, M. R., & Rogan, R. G. Latino and Indochinese interpretive frames in
negotiating conflict with law enforcement: A focus group analysis. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 26, 551-575.
“W.E.B. Du Bois, Double Consciousness, and Pan-Africanism in the Progressive Era,” with Robert Terrill, in Rhetoric and Reform in the Progressive Era ed. J. Michael Hogan (East Lansing: Michigan State University Press), 269-309.
“Theorizing Cyberspace: the idea of voice applied to internet discourse,” with Ananda Mitra. New Media & Society 4 (2002): 479-498.
Book Review, American Crucible: Race and Nation in the Twentieth Century by Gary Gerstle (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2001) in Quarterly Journal of Speech 89 (2003), 82-83.
Book Review, The Insolent Slave by William E. Wiethoff (Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2002) in Rhetoric & Public Affairs 6 (2003).
Panelist, “Who Owns Your Work? University Policies on Intellectual Property and Copyright” at University Film and Video Association on August 7, 2002.
Panelist, “Feminist Film Pedagogy” at University Film and Video Association on August 8, 2002.
Hanging Out, Hooking Up, a reading from and formal response to my original screenplay (co-authored with Lisa Williams) at the University Film and Video Association Annual Conference in Ithaca, New York on August 8, 2002
Screenwriting Workshop (presented with Dale Pollock) at the North Carolina Writer’s Network Fall Conference, November 17, 2002
Screenwriting Panel Moderator and presenter of “The Gendered Narrative” at the Riverrun International Film Festival, April, 2003 (specific date forthcoming).
Giles, S.M. (2003). Assessing Fidelity of Implementation in a Substance Use Prevention Curriculum. Paper to be presented at the 11th annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, DC, June 12-14th, 2003.
Bishop, D., Giles, S.M., Bryant, K., & Hansen, W.B. (2003). The All Stars Online Community: A Strategy To Provide Ongoing Support and Training. Technology demonstration to be presented at the 11th annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, DC, June 12-14th, 2003.
Bishop, D., Bryant, K., Hansen, W.B., & Giles, S.M. (2003). All Stars Technology: Web-Based Program Enhancements. Technology demonstration to be presented at the 11th annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, DC, June 12-14th, 2003.
“Widening the Gyre or Where does the Circle End?” Paper presented at the NCA Research Symposium on “Revisiting the Widening Gyre: Explorations in Rhetoric across Cultures, Miami University, September, 2002.
Panelist, “Communication in Action in Russia: Building Russian and U.S. Partnerships in Teaching and Research,” National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, November, 2002.
Panelist, “Revisiting the Widening Gyre: Explorations in Rhetoric across Cultures,” National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, November 2002.
“Rudy and Gary Get a Makeover: Public Attention and Political Reputation Post 9/11.” National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, November 24, 2002.
“Diss’ing Rachel: Industry Responses to Silent Spring.” National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, November 21, 2002
“‘I Have a Dream:’ The Work of a Lifetime.” Carolinas Communication Association Convention, Greensboro, N.C. October 4, 2002 (with Susan Faust). Received Ray Camp Award as top paper.
“Prelude to a Dream: The Desegregation Decision and Dr. King’s 1962 Speech to Wake Forest College.” Carolinas Communication Association Convention, Greensboro, N.C. October 4, 2002 (with Susan Faust).
International Debate Opportunities for Student and Instructors. Chair and panelist, National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA, November 2002.
Debate at the Intersection of Democracy, Respondent/Panelist, National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA, November 2002.
Arguing us versus them: George W. Bush’s rhetorical construction of terrorism. Chair, National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA, November 2002.
Harriger, K.J. & McMillan, J.J (August 29-September 1, 2002) “Citizenship deferred: Entering Expectations and Attitudes toward Politics of First Year Students.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
McMillan, J.J., Blackman, K., Cozza, G., Hall, A., Jerome, R., McInnis, L., Sogabe, S.,, & Willyard, J. (February, 2003). “The surrogate voice: U.S. corporate ethos and international social capital.” Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association, Pre-conference: Communicating for sustainability across dimensions of life. Salt Lake City, Utah.
McMillan, J. J. (February, 2003) The college as corporate citizen: Teaching democracy by being democratic. Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association. Salt Lake City, Utah.
McMillan, J. J. (April, 2003). “The natural history of a manuscript: Authoring, reviewing, and editing.” Invited panelist. Southern Speech Communication Annual Convention, Birmingham, AL.
McMillan, J.J. (April, 2003). Deliberative Democracy Seminar. Invited participant. Kettering Foundation, Dayton, OH.
Paper to be presented at the annual Edmedia (Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education Conference) in June 2003.
Paper to be presented at the annual ICA Conference in May 2003.
"Significance of collecting citizen input." Annual conference of the Connecticut Parks and Recreation Association, Mohegun Sun, CT, November, 2002.
" Voices of the marginalized on the Internet: Examples from a web site for women of South Asia " (with Rae Lynn Schwartz). Annual conference of the National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA, November, 2002.
"Creating Indian identity narratives in cybernetic space." Conference of South Asian Studies, Madison, WI, October 2002.
Keynote address at the 2002 Annual Conference of the New Mexico Recreation and Parks Association, September 2002.
"Citizen Data Collection: Process and Outcome." Invited Workshop at the 2002 Annual Conference of the New Mexico Recreation and Parks Association, September 2002.
“The impact of “communicative effectiveness” of computers in use of computers for communication.” Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education Conference, Denver, June 2002.
Rogan, R.G. (August, 2002) Understanding Interdependence Within the
Context of Crisis/Hostage Negotiation: An Application of the S.A.F.E Model.
Paper presented at the Academy of Management conference, Denver, CO.
between verbal aggressiveness and interpersonal conflict goals. Paper to be
presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA
“The Ethos of Race,” National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA. November 2002.
“”’To Whom Do These Words Belong?’: Pressing Questions for Rhetorical Theory,” National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA. November 2002.
"Theoretical Intersections between Kenneth Burke and Mikhail Bakhtin." Paper presented to the Kenneth Burke Society, National Communication Association, New Orleans, 22 Nov. 2002.
"Ethics, Aesthetics and Rhetorical Invention: The Fusion of Art and Life." Paper presented to the American Society for the History of Rhetoric, National Communication Association, New Orleans, 21 Nov. 2002
Editorial Board Creative Screenwriting
National Institutes of Health (1 day)
Tanglewood Research, Inc. (6 days)
Editorial Board, Controversia
Editorial Board, Argumentation and Advocacy
Manuscript Reviewer, Communication Studies
Member, Board of Directors, Russian Communication Association.
Participant, Planning Conference for Ford Foundation Grant, ECAAR, University of Texas, December, 2002.
Russian Orthodox University of St. John the Divine, Moscow, Russia, Consultant on the Creation of a Department of Communication, 10 hours.
“The Interruptive Nature of the Call of Conscience: Rethinking Heidegger on the Question of
Rhetoric,” in Calvin O. Schrag and the Take of Philosophy after Postmodernity, ed. Martin Beck Matustik and William McBride (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, in 2002), pp. 253-269.
“The Ontological Foundations of Dialogue and Acknowledgment.” Presented at the Annual Convention of the National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA, 2002.
Associate editor, Free Speech Yearbook
Associate editor, Public Relations Review
Invited editor, Management Communication Quarterly.
Editorial Board for Speaker and Gavel, 1991-Present.
Political Communication, Speaker and Gavel, Controversia: International Journal of Debate and Democratic Renewal
American Forensics Association, Finance Committee, 2000-2003
Consultant for Debate Preparation. Elizabeth Dole Senate Campaign, 2002. (appox. 100 hours)
Editorial Board—Southern Communication Journal
Management Communication Quarterly
Reviewer- Western States Communication Journal
Reviewed one book manuscripts for Sage Publications (Unimaginable Communities)
Reviewed one manuscripts for New Media and Society
Reviewed one manuscripts for Critical Studies in Mass Communication
Reviewed one manuscripts for Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media
Reviewed one manuscripts for The Information Society
Reviewed one manuscripts for Contemporary Ethnography
Reviewed one manuscripts for European Journal of Psychology
Member of the editorial review board for Critical Studies in Mass Communication
Member of the editorial review board for New Media and Society
Chaired a panel for NCA 2002
Worked with Management Learning Laboratories in assessment of park and recreation services in several communities. Mostly in summer and during winter breaks with about 1 day per month during school year.
Invited Reviewer for Communication Yearbook 28
Invited external book reviewer for Sage Publications.
Editorial Board of Journal of Applied Communication Research. 2
Guest co-editor for special edition of the International Journal of Conflict Management.
Invited reviewer for Journal for Forensic Linguistics. 1
Elected to serve on the Nomination Committee for the Interpersonal Communication division of NCA
Maintaining dialogue with Winston-Salem Police Department and Forsyth
County Sheriff's department concerning crisis negotiations. Serving as
consultant/advisor on crisis negotiation for the Winston-Salem Police
Department hostage negotiation team. No significant time commitment to
Member of the Behavioral Health Division of the Winston-Salem Forsyth
County Special Operations Response Team (SORT).
Principal partner in Hammer and Gregorian, an international consulting group specializing in crisis response training for multinational corporations, governments and non-profit agencies.
Editorial Board, Critical Studies in Media Communication
Editorial Board, Quarterly Journal of Speech
Editorial Board, Communication Quarterly
Editorial Board, Women's Studies in Communication
Editorial Board, Quarterly Journal of Speech 1 manuscript reviewed
Editorial Board, Philosophy and Rhetoric (beginning 2004 issue—editorial duties begin March 2003)
Communication Theory: invited reviewer, 1 manuscript
Critical Studies in Media Communication: invited reviewer, 1 manuscript
Substance Abuse prevention
National Institutes of Health
Deliberative Democracy—Longitudinal Study
The Kettering Foundation
$50, 000 for 2002- 2003
Topic: College drinking Initiative
$ Requested: 10% of salary
$ Funded: 10% of salary
Serving as Co-PI on the project with Robert Durant as PI