Eastern Michigan University
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Megan Gore

Full-Time Lecturer

Megan Gore 602C Pray Harrold




  • MA - Comprehensive Communication Eastern Michigan University, 2005
  • MI Teacher Certification – Communication/English, Eastern Michigan University, 2004
  • BS - Electronic Media and Film Studies, Eastern Michigan University, 2002

Professional Associations/Memberships

  • NEA - National Education Association
  • MEA - Michigan Education Association
  • DGA - Directors Guild of America
  • MASC - Michigan Association of Speech Communication
  • MAB - Michigan Association of Broadcasters

Representative Courses Taught

  • CTAA 169-469 – Eagle Radio
  • CTAC 124 – Public Speaking
  • CTAC 225 – Listening Behavior
  • CTAC 227 – Interpersonal Communication
  • CTAC 260 – Gender Communication
  • CTAC 359 – Small Group Communication
  • CTAT 130 – Introduction to Electronic Media
  • CTAT 131 – Introduction to Audio Production/Direction
  • CTAT 141 – Audio/Video Production for Non-Majors



Megan Gore is from Michigan and is a lecturer in both Communication and Electronic Media and Film Studies at Eastern Michigan University. She has taught at Monroe Community College and University of Toledo, in addition to being a graduate teaching assistant at Eastern Michigan University. She has professional broadcasting experience from 62-CBS Detroit, ABC in Toledo Ohio and WDIV-NBC Local 4 Detroit, where she still helps with special media events.  Ms. Gore has been a member of the Communication, Media & Theatre Arts Department since 2004.  She is the faculty advisor for Eagle Radio, EMU’s student run Internet radio station. Currently, her academic focus is pursuing a graduate degree in Educational Leadership with a focus on higher education from EMU.