Department of Communication

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Professor of Communication; Department Chair
Laughlin 100

A reporter, editor and photographer before joining the academy, Brian Carroll is author of six books. His most recent book explores the role of Shakespeare in inventing a nation.

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Lecturer of Communication; Director of Forensics
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Associate Professor of Communication
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Dr. Kimberly Field-Springer is an Associate Professor in the Communication Department at Berry College. She graduated with her Ph.D. in 2013 from the School of Communication Studies at Ohio University with an emphasis on Health Communication and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.

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Technology Specialist; Department of Communication
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Steven is a six-time Telly Award-winning producer, director, and editor, who spent 15 years at television stations in North Georgia. He is the 2016 recipient of the College Media Association’s Honor Roll Broadcast Advisor Award. Steven serves as Secretary for the College Broadcasters, Inc (CBI) Board of Directors.

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Associate Professor of Communication; Filmmaking and Cinematic Arts
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Curt Hersey (Ph.D, Georgia State University) primarily teaches courses in the Visual Communication concentration, which includes filmmaking, media criticism, scriptwriting, and the economics of the contemporary media industry, as well as courses in American media history and visual rhetoric.

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Senior Lecturer of Communication and Student Publications Advisor
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Kevin Kleine is a senior lecturer of communication and student publications advisor. During his years in higher education Kleine has been teaching students to communicate clearly, effectively and with purpose.

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Assistant Professor of Communication
Laughlin 110

Dr. Sipocz's research focuses on the representation of women and minorities in sports media as well as popular culture.

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Lecturer of Communication; Assistant Director of Forensics
Laughlin 208

Hope Willoughby is a critical rhetorician with a passion for mentoring students. She also serves as the Assistant Director of Berry’s national award-winning forensics team.

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