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Faculty

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    Sara Allen

    Assistant Professor
    School of Communication
    978-232-2474
    sallen@endicott.edu

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    Amy Damico

    Professor
    School of Communication
    978-232-2170
    adamico@endicott.edu

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    Amy M. Damico, Ph.D., is a Professor in the School of Communication and is Faculty Adviser to the Endicott Scholars Honors Program. She holds a B.S. in Television Production and Writing from Emerson College, a Ed.M. with a concentration in Technology Education from Harvard University\'s Graduate School of Education and a Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Her interests include popular culture, media studies, children\'s television, media literacy and teaching and learning. She has presented and published in these areas.View full profile.
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    Kathryn (Kit) Falcione

    Administrative Assistant
    School of Communication
    978-232-2830
    kfalcion@endicott.edu

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    Laurel Hellerstein

    Dean School of Communication
    School of Communication
    978-232-2153
    lhellers@endicott.edu

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    Laurel Hellerstein received her B.A. and M.A. in Broadcast Communication Arts from San Francisco State University and went on to earn her Doctorate in Communication from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Her dissertation and ground-breaking research undertaken while at UMASS more than 25 years ago uncovered how people use computers to talk to each other and build community online. In addition to teaching about \"life online,\" and research methods, Dr. Hellerstein provides academic over-site to the students and faculty in the School of Communication.View full profile.
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    Randall Livingstone

    Assistant Professor
    School of Communication
    978-998-7783
    rlivings@endicott.edu

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    Randall Livingstone received his B.S. in Computer Science and English from Bridgewater State University, M.A. in Professional Writing from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, and Ph.D. in Communication and Society from the University of Oregon. His academic interests include new/digital media, social media, collective intelligence, political economy, and advertising\'s role in society. His research has appeared in numerous media-related journals.View full profile.
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    Cherie Lynch

    Internship Coordinator
    School of Communication
    978-232-5197
    clynch@endicott.edu

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    Eleanor Pye

    Director, Digital Media Center
    School of Communication
    978-232-2074
    epye@endicott.edu

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    Todd Wemmer

    Assistant Professor
    School of Communication
    978-232-2076
    twemmer@endicott.edu

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    Melissa Yang

    Associate Professor
    School of Communication
    978-232-2604
    myang@endicott.edu

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    Melissa M. Yang, Ph.D., received her B.A. in Foreign Languages and Literature from National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan), and both M.A. and Ph.D. in Communication from the Ohio State University. Her teaching and research focus on the content, uses, and effects of mass media. More specifically, she is interested in research and theories of how youth cognitively, psychologically, and behaviorally interact with television, advertising, and media technology. Her on-going research on parental mediation tries to understand how parent-child interaction shapes children\'s viewing experience. Currently, she is studying parental mediation among the low-income Chinese immigrant population. Her research publications can be found in the Human Communication Research and the Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media.View full profile.
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