MEJO 711: Writing for Digital Media
Professor Bechtel teaches editing for print and digital media. He's interested in headline writing, social media and alternative story forms.
MEJO 719: Leadership in Digital Media Economics
An author, entrepreneur and executive, Professor Briggs focuses on digital strategy, business development, workplace transformation, audience and revenue building, teaching and collaboration.
MEJO 713: Digital Data and Analytics
Dr. Cabosky's research and creative work focuses on diversifying public relations by better appreciating the differences among publics and how this diversity should lead to better ways to build relationships with publics and stakeholders.
MEJO 718: Media Law for the Digital Age
Dr. Ekstrand uses critical and mixed methods approaches to studying media law and policy – with specific research on conflicts between copyright law and the First Amendment and on web accessibility for people with disabilities.
MEJO 716: Research Methods and Applications
Dr. Johnston's research focuses on media coverage of sex trafficking and other forms of gender-based violence.
MEJO 720: Strategic Communication
Dr. Moore is vice president of marketing and external relations for North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company and previously held faculty positions at North Carolina A&T State University and North Carolina State University.
MEJO 721: Usability and Multimedia Design
Professor Ruel teaches design, user experience and interactive media for the school’s visual communication sequences.
Elise M. Stevens
MEJO 715: New Media and Society
Dr. Stevens is a media psychology researcher who investigates the emotional and cognitive effects of health communication, persuasive messages, humor messages, and entertainment programming.
MEJO 717: Information Visualization
Professor Villamil designs human-centered visual systems and structures using information design, data visualization and creative technologies to help people understand complex ideas and find meaning.