FALL CONFERENCE / WORKSHOP


Our presenters for the Oct. 23rd workshop at Montclair State University…

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STANJ 6-2018 REVISED

Workshop #1: Communication & Media

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Montclair State University, Student Center, 4th floor.

Christine A. Lemesianou, Ph.D.

Dr. Christine A. Lemesianou is the Associate Director of the School of Communication and Media and an Associate Professor of Communication Studies. She has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in public and organizational relations, persuasion and new media, public speaking, research methods and globalization and has a strong interest in creating innovative pedagogical practices. Her research agenda is interdisciplinary and some of her ongoing projects examine communication and identity, globalization and borders, critical pedagogy, digital rhetoric, and new media and interactive technologies. She is a frequent participant at regional and national conferences and is currently working on a manuscript that interrogates emerging global literacies. She also serves as the Director of the Basic Communication Program at MSU and offers workshops and training on presentation skills and communication coaching.

 

Workshop #2: Stage Management

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Montclair State University, Student Center, 4th floor.

Michael Logan Allen Associate Professor, Theatre & Dance

Michael Allen has earned professional credits in a variety of areas in theatre including Arts Education, Performance, Administration, Production/Stage and Arts Management, Production Design and Directing. Organization and committee affiliations include the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Regional II (Chair for Design Technology and Management). Additional University service affiliations include Student Conduct Council, Minority Student Retention Committee, Student Grade Grievance Committee, and Graduation Senior Speaker Selection Committee. Prof. Allen is the faculty advisor for SGA University Players, the Student Campus Ministries and Buddhist for Peace International. He also serves on a variety of committees within the Department of Theatre and Dance. Prof. Allen has directed two joint projects, one with the Justice Studies Department, The Exonerated and African American Studies Department, Requiem for Brother X. Also as a director, he has worked on productions for Players including Twilight of the Gold’s, In the Blood, The World Goes Round, and Lysistrata (adapted by Karen Anslem). In the department, he has designed lights for the dance production Works A Foot; worked as the scenic designer for the production of Working and stage-managed Steel Magnolias and Trojan Women. He has also written and directed three children’s theatre plays for the Gifted and Talented Program, An African Tale, Cindy and the Battle of Aspru and Robin the Hood.

 

To download our registration flyer, click on the link below:

STANJ 6-2018 REVISED