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Mr. Christopher Patrick D'Amico B.A., M.S.

Fax
(940) 397 4909
Title
Lecturer
Location
Fain Fine Arts Center
Room
B108

Bio

Chris D'Amico joined Midwestern State University as a lecturer in Mass Communication in the fall of 2015. He teaches the core foundation courses of Mass Media and Society, Appreciation of Film, and Interpersonal Communication. Chris has participated in multiple learning communities while at MSUTexas, focusing on the development of first-year students during their first term.


In addition, he serves as the co-adviser to the People Respecting Identity Diversity for Everyone (PRIDE) group at MSU. He is co-founder and co-chair of the annual Inclusion Now Festival - a week of activities and programming focusing on topics and issues of diversity, inclusion and equity. D'Amico is also co-creator and presenter for the "Safe Zones" workshops for the MSUTexas community.

Institution Degree Graduation Date
The College of New Rochelle Master of Science in Communication 2006
Sacred Heart University Graduate Professional Certificate in Marketing 2004
Albertus Magnus College Bachelor of Arts in Communication 2003
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Tarrant County College Adjunct Instructor in Speech 07/08/2020
Dallas College - Richland Campus Adjunct Professor of Speech Communication 10/01/2018
Fairfield University Part time Faculty in Communication 08/01/2012 07/01/2015
University of New Haven Adjunct-Lecturer in Communication 08/01/2012 12/01/2017
Manhattanville College Adjunct-Lecturer in Communication and Media 03/01/2008 08/01/2016

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Impact of Social Diversity on Media Practices; Popular Culture; Gender, Sexuality and Media; Communication Theory & Law; Effective Communication; Creative Communication

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Consultant: Prescriptive Communication for the Healthcare Provider, Abne M. Eisenberg, Ph.D., Professor in Communication Studies, Pace University & Manhattanville College, 2010.

Personal Research Assistant: Department of Communication Studies, The College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY Fall 2005, Supervisor: Teri K. Gamble, Ph.D.

Independent Study: Gender Communication, Department of Sociology, Albertus Magnus College, New Haven, CT Fall 2002, Investigated communication styles used by homosexual men and heterosexual women. Advisor: Pat Yeaman, Ph.D.