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Hard at work shaping the minds of the yoot. (Junebug Clark/Mayborn School of Journalism)

Hard at work shaping the minds of the yoot. (Junebug Clark/Mayborn School of Journalism)

My philosophy

I’m a journalism educator driven my belief that everyone has a story to tell. I bring a decade of newsroom experience to my work, and use digital and social media to connect with diverse communities in person and online.

My updated CV will be posted again soon.

Here’s my dissertation:

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And the citation if you use it in academic work (let me know, I’d love to hear from you):

Clark, M. D. (2014). To tweet our own cause:  A mixed-methods study of the Online Phenomenon “Black Twitter”  (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest. (http://gradworks.umi.com/36/68/3668450.html)

A sample syllabus: Professional Problems and Media Ethics

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A more recent sample syllabus: New Technologies in Mass Communication

JOUR5320_Spring2016_NewTechSyllabus

A sample lesson plan: Modeling ethical behavior in response to UNC’s sexual assault crisis

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A sample lecture (written in Power Point, which I hate to use).

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My teaching evaluations.

Clark_TeachingEvaluations

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