Megan Gore

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Full-Time Lecturer

School of Communication, Media and Theatre Arts

602C Pray Harrold

734.487.0746

msmith13@emich.edu

Biography

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 and 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.

Education

  • 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

Courses

  • 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

Professional Affiliations

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