Dennis S. Woytek
228 Wills Road
New Kensington, PA 15068
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA
Assistant Professor-Journalism and Multimedia Arts, School of Liberal Arts
Courses Taught: Introduction to Multimedia Technology, Digital Videography, Multimedia Production, Graphic Design for Multimedia, Photojournalism, Cross Platform Authoring, Digital Imaging, 3-D Animation, 3-D Modeling, Ethics and Technology, Electronic News Gathering, Computer Graphic Design, Visual Communication, Electronic Field Production, Digital Imaging, Newsroom Operations, TV Studio Production, Intro to Photography, Advanced Photography, Technology for Doctoral Students, Graphic Design, Documentary Filmmaking.
”Long Silence Ended” 91st National Communication Association at Boston, MA. November 2005
” Vietnam Veterans and the Community of Memory” Contesting Public Memories at Syracuse University, October 2005
” The Value of Archiving Class Materials” 10th annual Instructional Technology Conference at Middle Tennessee State University, May 2005
” Teaching and Learning Strategies that Work “ Co-author with Dr. William Gibbs, International Conference on Improving University Teaching, July 2005
“Good Morning Vietnam: Censorship at American Forces Vietnam Network,” Speech Communication Association of Pennsylvania, Lancaster, PA October 2002.
“The Communication Ethics and Technology Course: Radical Reflection for a New Generation,” National Communication Association, Atlanta, GA. November 2001
“Teaching Communication Ethics and Technology:The Learning Experience,” Speech Communication Association of Pennsylvania, Seven Springs, PA. October 2001
“Teaching and Learning in the Virtual Distance Learning Classroom,” National Communication Association, Seattle, WA. November 2000
“Teaching in the Virtual Classroom,” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Anaheim, CA. August 1996
” Teaching and Learning in the Virtual Classroom,” Journal of Mediated Communication, Vol. 11, No. 2, p. 46-57
NPPA National Press Photographers Association
NAPP National Association Photoshop Professionals
NATAS National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
ARES Amateur Radio Emergency Service
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. 2009 Ph.D. Rhetoric.
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. 1997 Master of Science Multimedia Technology.
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. 1995 BA, Major-Communication, Minor-Theology.
Mercyhurst College, Erie, PA. September 1972-May 1974, Communication Arts.
Cleveland Institute of Electronics, Cleveland, OH. 1978 Certificate, Advanced Electronic Technology and Troubleshooting.