Mitchell T. Bard

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., MA, University of Wisconsin
JD, University of Miami School of Law
BA, Brandeis University


Office: Murphy Center, 2nd Fl., Room 222
Phone: (914) 633-2459
Office Hours: Tuesdays, Noon - 2 p.m.; Thursdays, 1 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Mitchell Bard has extensive experience as a writer and editor for publications in a variety of media, including producing content for websites in the early years of the emergence of the Internet. He has served as a featured blogger for the Huffington Post since 2008.

Current Research & Distinctions

  • Sole author, "Propaganda, Persuasion or Journalism? Fox News' Prime Coverage of Health Care Reform in 2009 and 2014," Electronic News.
  • Sole author, "The Role of Differing Host Styles in Fox News' Prime-Time Coverage of Health Care Reform in August 2009," Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly.
  • Co-author, "An Opening for Quid Pro Quo Corruption? Issue Advertising in Wisconsin Judicial Races Before and After Citizens United," The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process.
  • 2013 Guido Stempel Award for top graduate student paper from the Graduate Student Interest Group of AEJMC.
  • The UW College of Letters and Science named him a teaching fellow, an honor given to the top 15 teaching assistants in the college.