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Geoffrey Hammill is a native of Lorain, Ohio and has spent his life in Ohio, Indiana and, since 1987, Michigan. He has taught at Lorain County Community College and Indiana State University in addition to being a teaching graduate student at Bowling Green State University. He has been a professional educator since 1973, focusing on radio/TV/film production and criticism. His current academic focus is Media Literacy, the study of how media messages are received and used by the audience. Its goal is to "disarm the messenger."
He has presented several papers at the Popular Culture Association and Broadcast Education Association conferences. He has also represented the program at the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
A professional educator and academic, Dr. Hammill has been a member of the EMU community since 1987 and he's been a full Professor since 1997.