|| Dr. Nancy-Jo Johnson is Associate Professor of mass communication at Iona College where she teaches courses in broadcasting, video production and computer animation. Prior to joining the faculty at Iona, she taught for five years in the mass media division at Henderson State University in Arkansas, where she initiated and successfully developed a television and video art curricula and built a large studio facility. She also taught educational television for three years as an adjunct professor at the State University of New York in Albany.
Dr. Johnson earned her Doctor of Arts in Literary Theory and Electronic Art at the State University of New York, Albany and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY. At graduation she received the 1995 Presidential Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation Award. She also holds an MFA. in Technical Design in Theater from the City University of New York at Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY., and a BA in Natural Sciences from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
Dr. Johnson’s eleven-year professional experience before entering a teaching career includes field and studio production at Time Warner, Inc,; film editing at Fox; new gathering, promotions and on-camera interviewing at three independent stations in the Capital District; creating corporate videos for marketing communications at General Electric Gas Turbines; and master control operations in the engineering division at PBS.
Her research interests involve application of new technology to pedagogy.
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