King's College - Mass Communications

Faculty Biographies

Faculty Biographies

Full-Time Faculty

Mike

Michael Berry, M.A.

Assistant Technical Professor

Area of specialization: Speech Communications

Biography

Jim

James P. Dolhon, Ph.D.

Professor

Area of specialization: Speech Communications

Biography

Ray

Ray Gamache, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Area of specialization: Journalism

Biography

Karen

Karen Mercincavage, M.A.

Assistant Technical Professor

Area of specialization: Visual Communications

Biography

Michelle

Michelle Schmude, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor and Department Chair

Area of specialization: Advertising

Biography

Scott

Scott J. Weiland

Assistant Professor

Area of specialization: Broadcast

Biography


Part-Time Faculty

Cathy Donnelly has been employed in the broadcast industry since 1979, mostly in the Philadelphia and Wilkes-Barre Scranton areas, with experience in many radio formats, including news, talk, country, classic hits, top 40, and even sports. She earned a B.A. in Communications from Temple University and a M.A. in Communication Arts from Marywood University.

Joseph Giomboni has worked in higher education public relations since 2004. A former sports correspondent with The Citizens' Voice, Giomboni graduated with Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from Wilkes University with a focus in screenwriting. He is currently submitting his original spec script RIPPLE to agents and producers.

Sue Henry has been a working member of the media for more than 25 years, with experience in radio and the newspaper industry. She is a talk show host for WILK, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton/Hazleton. Sue is a graduate of King's College with bachelor’s degrees in English and mass communications.

Bill Keating is a graduate of the King’s College Mass Communications department and has taught at the college since 1995. He earned an M.S. in educational technology from Misericordia University and is currently the Managing Director of Academic & Instructional Technology at King’s.

Pete Phillips graduated with a BA in Mass Communications in 2005 from King’s College. He completed his Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing at Wilkes University.

Ned Rowan has been a professional photographer in the Wilkes-Barre Area since 1976. Mr. Rowan has taught Photography in the Mass Communications department since graduating from King's in 1977.

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