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20.06.2020
1.03.1949
richard.vincent@indstate.edu

VITAE

RICHARD C. VINCENT



Richard C. Vincent is professor and graduate director in the Department of Communication at Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana USA. Dr. Vincent’s previous position was as associate professor at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. He earned the Ph.D. in communication at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and his M.A. in communication from Temple University. He is author of five books and monographs and numerous journal articles and book chapters in communication and development, international communication and ICT policy and media studies. His background is in Global Communication with emphases in communication media and technologies in development; communication and globalization; social, political and economic functions of media/ICTs; and media/ICT policies and policy-making. Vincent was previously a Fulbright Scholar at Dublin City University, Ireland.


Professional Address

Department of Communication +1 (812) 237-3246 (office);
Indiana State University fax: (812) 237-3217
Terre Haute, IN 47809 e-mail: rvincent@indstate.edu

Education

Ph.D. Communication, 1983 University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA
M.A. Communication and Theatre, 1977 Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
B.A. English Literature, 1972 Mansfield University
Mansfield, PA


Professional Experience

2017 to Graduate Director (8-17 to present)
present Department of Communication, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana

2005 to Professor, with tenure
2017 Department of Communication, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana
Instruction in Media and Politics, International Communication and ITC Policy, Media Law,
Media and Development, Research Methods (graduate and undergraduate), Mass Media
and Society, Media Theory, Media/Film, Human Rights and Communication.
Lead cooperative programs with universities in South Korea, Russia and Morocco

July 2001 Professor and Chairperson (with tenure)
to Dec. 2004 Department of Communication, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana
Chairperson of department with three academic program areas: Communication Studies, Journalism and Electronic Media and Film. Some 350 undergraduates, 30-32 graduate students , 14-15 tenure track lines, 2 full time administrative appointments, 2 full time adjunct instructors, 2 secretaries, 10 graduate assistants and 10-15 part time adjuncts each semester. The operating budget is $139,000 and salaries total nearly $1.2 million. Duties include office management, budgetary and personnel management, course scheduling, purchasing, policy formation, annual merit pay determinations, grants administration, assessment, program review, establishing international instructional and research programs including partnership with a state university in Russia, local and state outreach, alumni relations, fund raising..

1992 to Associate Professor, with tenure; Undergraduate Chair (1-96 to 8-99);
2001 Communication Undergraduate Chair (8-00 to 6-01); and Communication
and Information Sciences (CIS) Ph.D. Department Executive Officer and Member,
Executive Board (8-95 to 6-00).
School of Communications, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Administrative duties included: advising, advising coordination and transfer credit evaluation as Undergraduate Director; and Ph.D. student advising, doctoral preliminary exam administration, doctoral admissions, Ph.D. program policy formation and management, Ph.D. program personnel management, and some hiring, some budget purchasing duties and grants administration within doctoral program.

1994 to Fulbright Scholar
1995 School of Communications, Dublin City University Dublin 9, Ireland.

1986 92 Assistant Professor
Department of Communication, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii.

1987 88 Research Associate
Social Science Research Institute, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii.

1983 86 Assistant Professor
Department of Radio Television, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, Illinois.

1981 83 Assistant Professor and Director
Broadcasting Division, Communication Arts and Sciences, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois.
Administrative duties as Division Director included: advising coordination, hiring, assistantship management, admissions, policy formation, course scheduling, personnel management, division budget and purchasing duties.

1979 81 Instructor
Communication Department, Slippery Rock State College, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania.

1977 78 Teaching Assistant
1978 79 Teaching Associate
Department of Communication Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
Amherst, Massachusetts.

1976 77 Manager
Stage One Cinema, Lansdale, Pennsylvania.

1976 77 Production Staff
Office of Television Services, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1974 76 Graduate Assistant
Dept. of Radio Television Film, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1972 77 Free lance photography and journalism (including Williamsport Grit).


Classes Recently Taught

Communication and Development; International Telecommunications Policy; Media and Politics/ Political Communication; Media Law; Mass Communication Theory; Research Methods (graduate and undergraduate-levels); Global/International Communication; Introduction to Telecomm/Media, Media/Film Studies.


Primary Teaching and Research Interests

Communication and Development; International Telecommunications Policy; Media/communication policy and democracy; political economy of communication; media and globalization; construction of meanings and alternate meaning of our communication practices; communication ethics and human rights; media history/historiography, film studies, photography.



Current Research

• Factors leading to development of Internet in the Developing World
• U.S. journalist gatekeeping of international news.
• Combining cluster studies and framing analysis in news research.
• Global Communication textbook.
• International communication policy.
• Communication and human rights.



PUBLICATIONS AND SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS


Books (original scholarship; author, co-author or editor; refereed)

Vincent, R. C., & Nordenstreng, K., eds. (2016). Towards Equity in Global Communication? 2d Edition. New York: Hampton Press, Inc.

Galtung, J. & Vincent, R. C. (2004). U.S. Glasnost; Missing Political Themes in U.S. Media Discourse. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc.

Vincent, R. C., Nordenstreng, K. & Traber, M., eds. (1999). Towards Equity in Global Communication: MacBride Report Update. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc.

Galtung, J. & Vincent, R. C. (1992). Global Glasnost: Toward a New International Information/Communication Order? Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc. (Italian translation by Edizioni Gruppo Abele, Torino, Italy).

Vincent, R. C. (1980). Financial Characteristics of Selected "B" Film Productions of Albert J. Cohen, 1951 1957. New York: Arno Press; distributed by Ayer Company Publishers.


Chapters in Books

Vincent, R.C. (2019). Global Communication, and Propaganda, In Y. R. Kamalipour (Ed.) Transnational Media and Global Communication, 3rd Edition. Rowman & Littlefield Publisher: Chapter 11, 239-297.

Vincent, R. C. (2017). Development News and Technology: A Philippines News Media Case Study. PTC Broadband Reports: The Philippines; Elizabeth Fife, editor, University of Southern California. Honolulu, Hawaii: PTC: Pacific Telecommunications Council.

Vincent, R.C. (2017). International Communication. In Mike Allen (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp 774-779.
Vincent, R.C. (2016; published December 10, 2015). Justice and Communication: Looking Beyond WSIS. Chapter 10 in Towards Equity in Global Communication: MacBride Report Update, 2d Edition. Vincent, R. C. & Nordenstreng, K., (Eds.). New York: Hampton Press, Inc., pp. 191-234.

Vincent. R. C. (2015). Foreword. In Johan Galtung (author). World Politics of Peace and War; Geopolitics in another Key; Geography and Civilization. NY: Hampton Press.

Vincent, R.C. (2006). Global Communication, and Propaganda, In Y. R. Kamalipour (Ed.) Transnational Media and Global Communication, 2nd Edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co.: Chapter 11, 232-270.

Vincent, R. C. (2004). Our Stifled Voice: Transnational Media and the Manipulation of Democracy, chapter in Shaping Tomorrow's Media Systems, Elena Vartanova and Yassen N. Zassoursky (eds.), Moscow: Faculty of Journalism, Moscow State University and UNESCO Moscow Office, 90-125.

Vincent, R.C. & Basil, M.D. (1998, 1999). College Students’ News Gratifications, Media Use, and Current Events Knowledge, in Sources; Notable Selections in Mass Media, 2nd edition, Jarice Hanson and David Maxcy (eds.), Guilford: Dushkin/McGraw Hill, 69-78.

Vincent, R. C., B. K. Crow & Davis, D. K. (1997). When technology fails. In D. Berkowitz (Ed.) Social Meanings of News. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 351-361.

Vincent, R. C. (1997). The new world information and communication order (NWICO) in the context of the information superhighway; chapter 16. In M. Bailie and D. Winseck (Eds.) Democratizing Communication? Comparative Perspectives on Information and Power. Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 375 404.

Vincent, R. C. (1996). The Future of the debate: Setting an agenda for a new world information and communication order; Ten axioms; chapter 9. In: Peter Golding & Phil Harris (Eds.): Beyond Cultural Imperialism: The New World Information Order. London: Sage, 175 207.

Vincent, R. C. & Galtung, J. (1993). Krisenkommunikation morgen, Zehn Vorschläge für eine andere Kriegsberichterstattung (Crisis communication tomorrow. Ten proposals for a different reporting on war). In: Martin Löffelholz, (ed.): Krieg als Medienereignis. Grundlagen und Prespektiven der Krisenkommunikation (War as a media event. Perspectives on crisis communication). Opladen, Germany: Westdeutscher Verlag; pp. 177-210.

Vincent, R. C. (1992). CNN: Elites talking to elites. In Triumph of the Image: The Media's War in the Persian Gulf. A Global Perspective, Hamid Mowlana, George Gerbner and Herbert I. Schiller, (eds.) Boulder, Colorado: Westview, 181 201.



Articles in International and National Refereed Journals

Vincent, R.C. (2016). The Internet as sustainable development: Communication Diffusion and the Digital Divide. Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 15(6): 605-637.

Vincent, R.C. (2000). A Narrative Analysis of U.S. Print and Broadcast Coverage of the Conflict in Kosovo. European Journal of Communication, 15(3): 321-344.

Vincent, R.C. (1998). Globalisation and Communication Equity. Javnost (The Public); Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture, 5, No. 4, 84-88.

Vincent, R.C. (1997). The ‘troubles’ as portrayed in four Irish newspapers. Gazette, 59, 495-519.

Vincent, R.C. & Basil, M. (1997). College students’ news gratifications, media use, and current events knowledge. Journal of broadcasting and electronic media, 41, 380-392.

Brown, W. J., & Vincent, R. C. (1995). The arms for hostages controversy: Portrayals of U.S. foreign policy toward Iran by U.S. newspapers and the Tower Commission Report. Political communication, 12, 65 79.

Vincent, R. C. (1991). Telecommunications research productivity of U.S. communication programs, 1984 1989. Journalism quarterly, 68 (4), 840 851.

Vincent, R. C. (1989). Clio's consciousness raised? The portrayal of women in rock videos reexamined. Journalism quarterly, 66 (1), 155 160.

Vincent, R. C., B. K. Crow & Davis, D. K. (1989). When technology fails: The drama of airline crashes in network television news. Journalism monographs, No. 117.

Vincent, R. C., Davis, D. K. & Boruszkowski, L. A. (1987). Sexism on MTV: The portrayal of women in rock videos. Journalism quarterly, 64 (4), 750 756, 941.

Hale, G. & Vincent, R. C. (1986). Locally produced programming on independent television stations. Journalism quarterly, 63 (3), 562 567, 599.

Vincent, R. C. (1984). Broadcast research productivity of U.S. communication programs, 1976 1983. Journalism quarterly, 61 (4), 841 846.

Vincent, R. C. (1980). The evolution of television criticism in the New York Times, 1949 1977. Journalism quarterly, 57 (4), 647 651, 676.

Vincent, R. C. (1979). Black films of the 1970s: Looking at a new film formula. The Pennsylvania speech communication annual, 35, 42 47.

Vincent, R. C. (1977). A bibliography of film reference resources. Journal of the University Film Association, 29 (3), 43 56.

Vincent, R. C. (1976). An introduction to film bibliographies. Journal of the University Film Association, 28 (3), 39 43.


Other Book Contributions (Excluding Conference Proceedings)

Vincent, R. C. (2007). From NWICO to WSIS And Beyond: ICT (Mobile & Fixed-Wired) Regulation and Policy Trends, Marketplace Enhancements, and Addressing the Digital Divide. Proceedings of the 2007 Seoul Symposium on Mobile Communication (SSMC 2007), Seoul, South Korea, 2007, 246-75.

Vincent, R .C. (2006). What Does the Future Hold for Civil Society and ICT Businesses in a Post-WSIS World? In Proceedings of PTC'06 (Pacific Telecommunications Council), Honolulu, Hawaii, 2006 (on CD-Rom).

Vincent, R. C. (1995). Setting an Agenda for a New World Information and Communication Order. In: Dae In Kang (Ed.): Information Infrastructure and Public Interests. Seoul: Korean Broadcasting Academic Society and Munhwa Broadcasting Company; Nanam Publishing House, 175 226.

Vincent, R. C. (1995). New World Information and Communication Order in the Context of the Information Superhighway. In: Dae In Kang (Ed.): Information Infrastructure and Public Interests. Seoul: Korean Broadcasting Academic Society and Munhwa Broadcasting Company; Nanam Publishing House, 333 378.

Vincent, R. C. (1989). 1000 1500 word biographical entries on broadcasters: Fr. Charles Coughlin, Chet Huntley, Graham Macnamee, Frank McGee, William Paley, Frank Reynolds, Eric Sevareid, and Frank Stanton. In J. McKerns (Ed.), Biographical Dictionary of American Journalism. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, pp. 134-36, 361-63, 459-60, 464-65, 537-39, 582-84, 642-44, 663-65.

Davis, D. K., Vincent, R. C. & Woodall, G. (1986). Making sense of air disaster news: a comparison of viewer perceptions with story content. In John Wilson and Bryan K. Crow, (Eds.) Belfast working papers in Language & Linguistics. Belfast, Ireland: University of Ulster, pp. 190 220.



Book Series Supervisory Editor, “International Communication” Series, Hampton Press, New York, NY.

• Good-Bye, Gweilo: Public Opinion and the 1997 Problem in Hong Kong. L. Erwin Atwood and Ann Marie Major, 1996.
• Democratizing Communication?: Comparative Perspective on Information and Power. Mashoed Bailie and Dwayne Winseck, eds., 1997.
• Global Productions: Communication, Technology and Politics in the Information Age. Gerald Sussman and John Lent, eds., 1997.
• Reconvergence: A Political Economy of Telecommunication in Canada. Dwayne Winseck, 1998.
• Towards Equity in Global Communication: MacBride Report Update. Richard Vincent, Kaarle Nordenstreng and Michael Traber, eds., 1999.
• International News Monitoring. Kaarle Nordenstreng and Michael Griffin, eds., 1999.
• Communication in the Making of Global Democracy and Development, 1976-2002. Sujatha Sosale, 2007
• Down There and Up Here – Orientalism and Othering in Feature Stories. Elisabeth Eide , 2008.
• Hand On/ Hands Off: The Korean State And The Market Liberalization Of The Communication Industry. Dal Yong Jin, 2008-09.
• Transnational and National Media in Global Crisis: The Indian Ocean Tsunami. Kristina Riegert, ed., 2009.
• Towards Equity in Global Communication, 2nd Ed, Richard Vincent and Kaarle Nordenstreng eds., 2009.
• ‘Parliament of the Newspaper Press’: India, Australia, New Zealand and the Empire Press Union. 1909-1961, Denis Cryle and Dr. Chandrika Kaul, eds. 2011-12.
• World Politics of Peace and War; Geopolitics in another Key; Geography and Civilization. Johan Galtung (author) (May 2015).


Professional Papers

• Vincent, R. C.(June 2018). "Net Neutrality as U.S. and global internet policy and regulation." Paper delivered at annual conference, International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Eugene, Oregon, USA. 23 June 2018.
• Vincent, R. C., PTC’18, Domestic and international policy and regulation status of the Open Internet or Net Neutrality. Annual conference of the Pacific Telecommunications Council, Honolulu, HI 22 January, 2018.
• Vincent, R. C. A Dispositional and Frame Analysis of Global Warming in Editorial and Non-Editorial News Coverage of Nine British and United States Newspapers. A Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Cartagena, Colombia, July 18, 2017
• Vincent, R. C., Effects of the Trump Administration to likely International policy and regulation changes to the Open Internet or Net Neutrality.. A Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Cartagena, Colombia, July 18, 2017.
• Vincent, R. C., PTC'17, "Status of Network Neutrality in the United States," Pacific Telecommunications Council, Honolulu, HI. (January 16, 2017).
• Vincent, R. C., PTC'17, "The Internet and Least Developed Countries (LDCs): Communication Dissemination and the Digital Divide," Pacific Telecommunications Council, Honolulu, Hawaii. (January 15, 2017).
• Vincent, R. C., PTC'16, "The Internet as sustainable development: Communication Diffusion and the Digital Divide.," Pacific Telecommunications Council, Honolulu, Hawaii. (January 2016).
• Vincent, R.C. (2016). The Internet as sustainable development: Communication Diffusion and the Digital Divide. In Proceedings of PTC'16 (Pacific Telecommunications Council), Honolulu, Hawaii, 2016
• Vincent, R.C. (2017). A Dispositional and Frame Analysis of Global Warming in Editorial and Non-Editorial News Coverage of Nine British and United States Newspapers. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Montreal, Canada, July.
• Vincent, R.C. (2017). Effects of the Trump Administration to likely International policy and regulation changes to the Open Internet or Net Neutrality. Paper presented at the annual conference, International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Montreal, Canada, July.
• Vincent, R.C. (2017). Status of Network Neutrality in the United States. Presentation to the Pacific Telecommunications Conference (PTC’17), Honolulu, HI, January 16.
• Vincent, R.C. (2017). The Internet and Least Developed Countries (LDCs): Communication Dissemination and the Digital Divide. Paper presented at Pacific Telecommunications Conference (PTC’17), Honolulu, HI, January 15.
• Vincent, R.C. (2016, October 28). Development News and Technology in the Philippines News Media. 3rd Philippine Interdisciplinary Research Conference (PIRC). Boracay Island, Aklan, Philippines, October 28.
• Vincent, R.C. (2016). The Internet as sustainable development: Communication Diffusion and the Digital Divide: Paper presented at Pacific Telecommunications Conference (PTC’16), Honolulu, HI, January 20.
• Vincent, R.C. (2015). The Future of Communication Policy and Social Equality in a post-NWICO, post-WSS Environment. Paper presented at the International Conference the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMC), Montreal, Canada, July.
• Vincent, R.C. and Haijing Tu (2014). A Comparative Analysis of Global Warming as Framed in Britain and United States Newspapers: a Fourteen-Newspaper Study a paper presented to the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Hyderabad, India, July 18.
• Vincent, R.C. (2013). ’Back to the Future:’ from NWICO to WSIS and Beyond., a paper presented to the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Dublin, Ireland, June 2013.
• Vincent, R.C., Sam Crecelius, Matt Pustay and Catherine Saunders (2013). Comparative News Treatment of Global Warming Issues as Framed in Britain and the United States, a Ten Newspaper Analysis. a paper presented to the annual conference, International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Dublin, Ireland, June 2013.
• Vincent, R.C. (2013). Developing World and Civil Society origins and concerns as they relate to the WSIS agenda and its future. A presentation made to the to the UNESCO-sponsored multi-stakeholder WSIS+10 review event, “Towards Knowledge Societies for Peace and Sustainable Development”, at UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France, 25–27 February 2013.
• Vincent, R.C. (2010). Liberalization Bull in the Developing World China Shop? Regulation and Policy Trends from NWICO to WSIS, and its implication. A paper presented to 2010 National Communication Association (NCA) Conference, San Francisco, CA, 16 November.
• Vincent, R. C. (2009). Global Communication and its transition from a craft to a social science. A paper presented to the International Communication Association (ICA) annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois, 21-25 May 2009.
• Vincent, R. C. (2008). News coverage of Iraqi War Protests in the United States and Great Britain, A paper presented to the Conference on Media, War and Conflict Resolution, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, 19 September.2008
• Vincent, R. C. (2007). From NWICO to WSIS And Beyond: ICT (Mobile & Fixed-Wired) Regulation and Policy Trends, Marketplace Enhancements, and Addressing the Digital Divide. A paper presented to the 2007 Seoul Symposium on Mobile Communication (SSMC 2007), Korean Press Center, Seoul, South Korea, October 19, 2007.
• Vincent, R. C. (2007). A Comparative Study of WSIS News Coverage and its Framing; Research in Progress Update. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Paris, France, 25 July.
• Vincent, R. C. (2006). Looking Backward, Looking Ahead: the Future of Communication Development Theory in a Post-WSIS World, A paper presented to the Internationalising Media Studies – Imperatives and Impediments conference London, UK: Westminster University, 16 September 2006
• Vincent, R. C. (2006). A Comparative Study of WSIS news coverage in North American and European Broadcast/Satellite, Newspaper and wire service Sources, 2001-2005. A paper presented to the biannual meeting of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Cairo, Egypt, July 25-28, 2006.
• Vincent, R. C. (2006). The Evolution of a Civil Society Sector within the WSIS and Goals for Cooperative Ventures between Civil Society and ICT Businesses in a Post-WSIS World. A paper presented to the annual meeting, International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Cairo, Egypt, July 25-28, 2006.
• Vincent, R. C. (2006). Looking Back, Looking Ahead: the Future of International Communication Theory in the Post-WSIS World, a paper presented at the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) annual meeting, Las Vegas, 29 April 2006.
• Vincent, R .C. (2006). What Does the Future Hold for Civil Society and ICT Businesses in a Post-WSIS World? a paper presented at PTC'06 (Pacific Telecommunications Council) annual meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, 17 January 2006.
• Vincent, R. C. (2005). “Discourse Study of Business and Economic News Themes Featuring Russia in Less-Elite U.S. Broadcast, Cable and Newspaper Sources, 1994-2004,” a paper presented at the National Communication Association (NCA) annual conference, Boston, Massachusetts, 20 November.
• Vincent, R. C. (2005). NWICO and Other Media-Related Events at UNESCO and ITU, and Implications for the WSIS: Reflections of the Legacy and Present Summit Agenda and Activity. A paper presented at the UN World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Parallel Event - Digital Divide, Global Development & the Information Society, organized for the United Nations World Summit on the Information Society - Second Phase, Tunis, Tunisia, November 16.
• Vincent, R. C. (2005). NWICO and Other Media-Related Events at UNESCO and ITU, and Implications for the WSIS: Reflections of the Legacy and Present Summit Agenda and Activity. A paper to presented at the International Research Foundation for Development (IRFD) World Forum 2005 - Conference on Digital Divide, Global Development and the Information Society - organized for the United Nations World Summit on the Information Society - Second Phase, La Marsa, Tunisia, November 15.
• Vincent, R. C. (2004). “A Discourse Study of Business and Economic News Themes Featuring Russia in Less-Elite U.S. Broadcast, Cable and Newspaper Sources, 1994-2004,” a paper presented at the conference of Global Fusion 2004 in cooperation with the AEJMC's International Communication Division, Intercultural-Development Division of ICA, and BEA's International Division, St. Louis, MO, 31 October.
• Vincent, R. C. (2004). “A Discourse Study of Business and Economic News Themes Featuring Russia in Less-Elite U.S. Broadcast, Cable and Newspaper Sources, 1994-2004,” a paper presented at the conference on the Problem of Conflict in Mass Communication, held by the Faculty of Journalism, Tambov State University named after G.R. Derzhavin, Tambov, Russia, 26 October.
• Vincent, R. C. (2003). “Transnational Media and Their Impact on the Public Sphere: Considerations for Global Communication Equity,” a paper presented at the International Research Foundation for Development conference on Digital Divide, Global Development–organized for the United Nations World Summit on the Information Society, December 8, Geneva Conference Center, Geneva, Switzerland.
• Vincent, R. C. (2003). “A Discourse Analysis of Nuclear and Terrorist Themes in the News Prior to the 2003 U.S. Attack on Iraq, a paper presented at the 2003 Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Kansas City, MO, August 1.
• Vincent, R. C. (2003). Transnational Media and the Survival of Democracy, a paper presented at the International Conference Shaping Tomorrow’s Media Systems at the Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University in co-operation with UNESCO. Moscow, Russia, 23 May.
• Vincent, R. C. (1999). Third World and Internet: Broadening Gaps? Presented at the annual World Congress of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Leipzig, Germany, 30 July.
• Vincent, R. C. (1999). A Narrative Analysis of U.S. Press Coverage of Slobodan Milosevic and the Serbs in Kosovo. Presented at the annual World Congress of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Leipzig, Germany, 29 July.
• Vincent, R. C. (1998). A discussion of the 'People's Communication Charter': Politics and Policy. Presented to the Global Communication Charter session of the Law Section. Wolfgang Kleinwaechter, chair. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Glasgow, Scotland, 26-30 July.
• Vincent, R. C. (1997). The 'troubles' as portrayed in four Irish newspapers. Presented at the International Conference on Media & Politics, Brussels, 1 March.
• Vincent, R. C. (1996). Communication Education Today: Promoting Cultural Equity or Imperialism? Conference on Communication and Culture, 8th MacBride Round Table, Seoul, 24 27 August.
• Vincent, R. C. (1995). Setting an Agenda for a New World Information and Communication Order. Seoul International Conference, Seoul, August 1995.
• Vincent, R. C. (1995). New World Information and Communication Order in the Context of the Information Superhighway. Seoul International Conference, Seoul, August 1995.
• Vincent, R.C. (1995). How the new world order can influence the construction of the information super highway: A look at Africa, developing countries, and the world. Seventh MacBride Round Table, Tunis, Tunisia, March 16 17.
• Vincent, R.C. (1994). Images of the U.S. in Tokyo Broadcasting's (TBS) "Sunday Morning," a magazine format television news program. Media Flows Research Symposium, Tampere, Helsinki, September 4.
• Vincent, R.C. (1994). New order or old? World distribution of communication technologies. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the International Association of Mass Communication Researchers (IAMCR), Seoul, Korea, 3 8 July 1994.
• Vincent, R.C. (1993). Images of European news and information by the U.S. media: Implications for civil society. A paper presented in the International Communication Section program, "How Does Civil Society Communicate? I," Annual meeting of the International Association for Mass Communication Research (IAMCR): "Europe in Turmoil: Global Perspectives," Dublin, Ireland, 25 June 1993.
• Vincent, R.C. (1992). Setting an Agenda for Peace and Further Development in Northeast Asia: Lessons from the Research on News Flows. A paper presented to the symposium on "The Role of Mass Media Towards Peace and Development in Northeast Asia" (The Role of Mass Media Towards Unification of Korea"), Korean Society of Journalism and Communication Studies, Hong Kong, December 5, 1992. (invited speaker).
• Vincent, R.C. (1992). New World Order? Changes in Global Hierarchy: Implications for the NWICO Concept. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Guarujá (São Paulo), Brazil, August 16 21.
• Vincent, R.C. (1991). Leading the World through Crisis: Narratives of the Gulf War on CNN. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association, Atlanta, Georgia, November.
• Vincent, R.C. (1991). The Role of Elites in News Origination and News Manipulation; A Close Look at Persian Gulf War Coverage by CNN. A paper presented to the "Conference on the Newsmedia and International Conflict," cosponsored by the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) and the Turkish Communication Research Association, Istanbul, Turkey, 18 June.
• Vincent, R.C. & Mah, S. W c. (1990). Adjusting to a New Home: The Uses of Ethnic Media among Chinese Immigrants to Hawaii. A paper presented to the Mass Communication Division at the annual conference of the Speech Communication Association (SCA) in Chicago, November 2.
• Vincent, R. C. & A. Riaz (1990). Foreign News on Bangladesh Television: An Analysis of News Content and Selection. A paper presented at the 40th annual meeting of the International Communication Association (ICA), Dublin, Ireland, June 27.
• Vincent, R. C. & D. K. Davis (1989). Trends in World News Research and the Implications for Comparative Studies. A paper presented at the 75th annual meeting of the International Communication Association (ICA), San Francisco, California, May 25 29.
• Vincent, R. C. (1989). Scholarly Productivity in Telecommunication in the Next Decade. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Broadcast Education Association (BEA), Las Vegas, Nevada, April 27.
• Vincent, R. C., M. D. Miller & G. Fontaine (1988). A cross-cultural Analysis of Television as Babysitter. A paper presented at the 74th annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association, Mass Communication Division, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 3.
• Vincent, R. C. (1987). Changes in the Portrayal of Women in Rock Videos. A paper presented at the 73rd annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association, Mass Communication Division, Boston, Mass., November 6.
• Vincent, R. C. & D. K. Davis (1987). U.S. network news of Central America: Presenting a national agenda. A paper presented at the 37th annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Montreal, May 25.
• Davis, D. K. & R. C. Vincent (1986). Making sense of political news on TV: What people learn from dramatized political events. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C., August.
• Vincent, R. C., D. K. Davis & L. A. Boruszkowski (1986). Sexism on MTV: A content analysis of music videos. A paper presented at the 36th annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Chicago, IL, May.
• Davis, D. K., R. C. Vincent & G. Woodall (1985). Making sense of air disaster news: A comparison of viewer perceptions with story content. A paper presented at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Speech Communication Association, Denver, Colorado, November 10.
• Vincent, R. C., B. K. Crow & D. K. Davis (1985). When technology fails: The drama of airline crashes in network television news. A paper presented at the 35th Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 24.
• Vincent, R. C., D. Hample & T. Evans (1985). The role of 'sunbelt' location in determining radio station success. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Central States Speech Association, Indianapolis, IN, April 3 4.
• Vincent, R. C. (1984). Genre as a means of television criticism. A paper presented at the 6th Annual Conference of the American Culture Association, Toronto, Canada, March 30.
• Vincent, R. C. (1984). The cinema within the city: Urban decentralization and motion picture theater location. A paper presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 10.
• Vincent, R. C. (1983). Media as system: a revisionist approach to mass communications history. A paper presented at the 69th Annual Conference of the Speech Communication Association, Washington, D.C., November 11.
• Vincent, R. C. & G. S. McGlone (1983). Disparate legal philosophies: traditional broadcast regulation and its effect on the management of new technology. A paper presented at the 5th Annual Convention of the American Culture Association, Wichita, KS, April 24.
• Vincent, R. C. (1983). Broadcast history in the Humean tradition. A paper presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the American Culture Association, Wichita, KS, April 24.
• Vincent, R. C. (1983). History with a capital 'S': a systemic approach to media history. A paper presented at the 52nd Annual Convention of the Central States Speech Association, Lincoln, NE, April 9.
• Vincent, R. C. (1981). From nickelodeon to picture palace: patterns of motion picture theatre location in Springfield, Mass. from 1911 to 1930. A paper presented at the 11th Annual Meeting of the Popular Culture Association, Cincinnati, Ohio, March.
• Vincent, R. C. (1979). The evolution of television criticism in the New York Times, 1949 1977. A paper presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Speech Communication Association, San Antonio, TX, November 11.
• Vincent, R. C. (1978). Cashing in on film budgets. A paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference of the Society for Cinema Studies, Temple University, Philadelphia, March 7.
• Sharples, W. & R. Vincent (1975). Valence, spacialism and fragmentalism: editing and the interpretive camera in the work of Welles and Hitchcock. A paper presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of the University Film Association, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, August 22.
• Sharples, W. & R. Vincent (1975). The rules of our game: the valence of images, spacialist vs. fragmentalists, and the aesthetics of Schaefer Beer commercials. A paper presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Cinema Studies, New York University, NY, April 3.


Other Invited Presentations

• Vincent, R.C. (2008). Introductory Remarks, Nonviolent Strategies for Sustainable Peace, International Interfaith Initiative Conference, 7 October.
• Vincent, R.C. (2000). Transnational Media and Communication: The Restriction in the Flow of Ideas, a paper delivered at the ASEM2000 NGO People's Forum conference, Seoul, South Korea, 21 October.
• Vincent, R.C. (2000). Assuring high standards for a refereed e-publication. Presented at a workshop: Establishing Standards for Online Academic Journals at the Global Fusion 2000: Communication & Culture - Bridging Borders conference, St. Louis, MO, 15 October.
• Vincent, R.C. (1998). Communication and Equity, a paper delivered at the Roundtable on Culture and Communication: A Global Information Society, Amman, Jordan, 23 November.
• Vincent, R.C. (1997). The Northern Ireland Situation in the Irish Press, a paper delivered in a seminar for the School of Communication, Dublin City University, March 4.
• Vincent, R.C. (1995). guest presentations. New Communication Technology and Democracy Conference, The Korean Society for Broadcast Studies (KSBS), 14 20 August.
• Vincent, R.C. (1995). presentation. Preconference. American Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., August.
• Vincent, R.C. (1995). World Communication and Equity, a paper delivered in a seminar for the faculty and students of the program on Communication, Westminister University, London, April 2.
• Vincent, R.C. (1995). guest presentations. New Communication Technology and Democracy Conference, The Korean Society for Broadcast Studies (KSBS), 14 20 August.
• Vincent, R.C. (1994). World Communication and Equity, a paper delivered in a seminar for the Department of Communication, University of Helsinki, September 12.
• Vincent, R. C. (1984). The cinema and the city: an analysis of motion picture theater location in selected United States urban areas. Dissertation Abstracts International, A, 44(10).


Programs and Conferences

• Organizer and respondent, The ‘MacBride Report’ at 35: the politics of connectivity, creativity and democratization. Program at International Conference of the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Montreal, Canada, July, 2015
• Organizer and Moderator, NWICO update. Program at the annual conference of the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Dublin, Ireland, June 2013.
• Respondent, Clearing Customs: Ideas for Internationalizing Your Curriculum, Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference (BEA), Las Vegas, April 2012.
• Respondent, Historical and Contemporary Transitions in Communication Theory and Practice Panel, Global Communication and Social Change Division, International Communication Association (ICA) annual meeting, Chicago, 21-25 May 2009.
• Moderator, Global Communication Textbook Needs for Present and Future Communication and Journalism Curricula Panel, Global Communication and Social Change Division, International Communication Association (ICA) annual meeting, Chicago, 21-25 May 2009.
• Moderator, International Division Paper Competition Session, Broadcast Education Association (BEA) annual meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 20, 2008.
• Moderator and Respondent, Rapid Fire Research Session: Domestic and International Media Issues, Broadcast Education Association (BEA) annual meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 20, 2008.
• Moderator, International Communication Section: Asian Media Regional Issues, at the annual meeting of the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Paris, France, 23 July, 2007.
• Moderator and Respondent, New Media, Social Development and Governance Session, International/Development Communication Division at the ICA conference in San Francisco " May 27, 2007.
• Moderator, International Division Paper Competition Session, Broadcast Education Association (BEA) annual meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 20, 2007.
• Respondent, Methodologies for Media Research in a Global Context," Global; Fusion 2000 Conference, St. Louis, MO, 14 October.
• Coordinator, "6th MacBride Round Table" Meeting, Honolulu, HI, January, 1994.
• Discussant, "The Position of Mass Media in Changing Situations in Northeast Asia" panel, symposium on "The Role of Mass Media Towards Peace and Development in Northeast Asia" (The Role of Mass Media Towards Unification of Korea"), Korean Society of Journalism and Communication Studies, Hong Kong, December 4, 1992.
• Discussant, "Competitive Papers in Mass Communication" panel, Speech Communication Association, Chicago, IL, November, 1992
• Moderator, "Competitive Papers: Mass Communication in Asia," International Communication Association; San Francisco, CA, May 25 29, 1989.
• Coordinator, "Comparative Perspectives on the Study of News in Asia and the Pacific," International Communication Association; San Francisco, CA, May 25 29, 1989.
• Coordinator, "New Perspectives on the Study of Children and Television." Speech Communication Association; New Orleans, LA, November 3, 1988.
• Moderator, "Display and Dialogue on Mass Communication Content and Research," International Communication Association; New Orleans, LA, June 1, 1988.
• Respondent, "Issues in Media Economics," International Communication Association; Montreal, Canada; May 25, 1987.
• Respondent, "Broadcast Programming: Content and Policies," joint meeting of the Central States Speech Association and Southern Speech Communication Association; St. Louis, Mo., April, 1987.
• Moderator, "Media Regulation and Policy," International Communication Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1985.
• Respondent, "Competitive Papers in Mass Communication," Central States Speech Association; Cincinnati, Ohio; April, 1986.
• Coordinator and Moderator, "Telecommunications Education in the 1980s: Are We Hitting the Mark?" Central States Speech Association; Cincinnati, Ohio; April, 1986.
• Moderator, "Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science, and Phenomenology," Tenth Annual International Conference of the Merleau Ponty Circle, Carbondale, IL, September 27, 1985.
• Coordinator and Moderator, "Issues in Media Economics," Central States Speech Association, Indianapolis, IN, April 3 4, 1985.
• Respondent, "Free Speech and the New Technology: A Libertarian Perspective," Popular Culture Association, Toronto, Canada, March 31, 1984.
• Moderator, "Problems in Telecommunications Management," American Culture Association, Toronto, Canada, March 30, 1984.
• Moderator, "Programs and Programming in Television," American Culture Association, Toronto, Canada, March 30, 1984.
• Coordinator, "New Directions in the History and Criticism of Mass Media," Speech Communication Association, Washington, D.C., November 11, 1983.
• Moderator, "Qualitative Research in Broadcasting," American Culture Association, Wichita, KS, April 24, 1983.
• Moderator, "Legal Issues in the Contemporary Television Industry," American Culture Association, Wichita, KS, April 24, 1983.
• Coordinator, "New Approaches to the Qualitative Analysis of Mass Media," Central States Speech Association, Lincoln, NE, April 9, 1983.
• Coordinator and Moderator, "Panel Discussion on Film Studies: A Student View," University Film Association, Iowa State University, Ames, August 20, 1976.


Professional Journal and Newsletter Editorships

• Vincent, R. C. (1977). Guest Editor, Journal of the University Film (and Video) Association, 29 (3).
• Vincent, R. C. (1976). Guest Editor, Journal of the University Film (and Video) Association, 28 (3).
• Vincent, R. C. (1976 77). Editor, University Film (and Video) Association Student Newsletter.


Industry Related Research and Practice

• Vincent, R. C. & R. Welker (1984). Reply Comments. In the matter of Amendment of Sections 73.35, 73.240, and 73.636 of the Commission's Rules Relating to Multiple Ownership of AM, FM and Television Broadcast Stations; FCC Gen. Docket No. 83 1009; 18 February.
• local broadcast marketing surveys
• radio and television production
• news writing
• URL and listserve management
• photography


Offices Held in Professional Associations

2015-present Webmaster, International Division, International Association of Mass Communication Researchers
(IAMCR)
2013-2015 Editorial Board Member, Communication Reports (Western Communication
Association)
2011-2015 Advisory Board Member, Global Media Journal (United States Edition).
2011-2015 Board Member, Global Communication Association.
2011-present Editorial Board Member, Electronic News.
2011-present Secretariat and Webmaster, MacBride Round Table, an international communication rights
advocacy group, http://macbrideroundtable.com/
2011-2013 Chair, International Division, Broadcast Education Association (BEA).
2009-2011 Vice-Chair, International Division, Broadcast Education Association (BEA).
2006-2009 Research Chair, International Division, Broadcast Education Association (BEA).
2002-2003 Research Chair, International Division, American Educators in Journalism and Mass
Communication (AEJMC).
2001-2002 Secretary, International Division, American Educators in Journalism
and Mass Communication (AEJMC).
2000 2001 Conference Co-Chair, Freedom of Information Day Conference, Honolulu
Community Media Council, Honolulu, 16-17 March 2001.
1995 2000 Steering Committee and Past Chair, MacBride Round Table, an international
communication rights advocacy group
1994 1995 Chair, MacBride Round Table, an international communication rights advocacy group
1992 1993 Conference Committee, Pacific Telecommunications Council (Chair, Culture
and Society Section)
1992 1995 Steering Committee, MacBride Round Table
1984 1987 Chair (previously 2d and 1st Vice Chair), Mass Comm Division, Central States
Speech Association
1982 1984 Area Chairperson, Television Studies Division, American Culture Association.
1975 1977 Student Liaison Chairperson, University Film Association.


RECENT AND CURRENT UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Department Service

* Committee member, personnel committee, (August 2016-December 2017).
* Chair, Graduate Faculty (August 2017 — present)
* Committee Chair, personnel committee, (January 2017 – May 2018).
* Committee Chair, personnel committee, (September 2014 – May 2016).
* Committee Member, Curriculum committee. (August 2013 - July 2015).
* Committee Chair, Chair’s 3rd Year Review Committee. (February 2015 - June 2015).
* Co-Chair, PR faculty search committees. (November 2014 - June 2015).
* Committee Member, other search committees. (2011 - 2014).
* Committee Member, personnel committee, (August 2013 - August 2014).
* Committee Member, Graduate Committee, (August 2013 - July 2014).

College Service

* Member, College of Arts and Sciences Tenure and Promotion committee. (January 2018 - May 2018).
* Member, College of Arts and Sciences Tenure and Promotion Guidelines Committee. (2013 - 2014).
* Mentor, College of Arts and Sciences Tenure and Promotion committee. (January 2014 - June 2014).

Community

* International Interfaith Initiative, Indianapolis, IN. (July 2008 - August 2013).
* Panelist, The Indiana Association of School Broadcasters (IASB), Indianapolis, Indiana. (October 2014).


Other Professional Service

* Evaluator for Agbobli, C, Bogui , J.J., Rico, C., and Kane, O. (eds) (2016). "international Communication and development” Global Media Journal, Canadian Edition. Special issue (Québec, Canada: Université du Québec à Montréal). Volume 9, Issue 1 (June, 2016).
* Secretariat and Webmaster, MacBride Round Table, an international communication rights advocacy group, http://macbrideroundtable.com/.
* Steering Committee, International Interfaith Initiative, Indianapolis, IN, 2008-present.
* Conference Co-Chair, Freedom of Information Day Conference, Honolulu Community Media Council, Honolulu, 16-17 March 2000.
* Supervisory Editor, Series on International Communication, Hampton Press, Inc., 1992 present.
* Editorial Board: Electronic News Journal, 2010-present; Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 1994 1997; Journal of Media Economics, 2010 2020; Journalism Monographs, 1985 1988; Transnational Broadcast Studies (electronic journal) (www.tbsjournal.com), 1998-2003; Global Media Journal. (2013 - 2015); Global Communication Association. (2011 - 2015); Editorial Review Board Member, Communication Reports. (2011 - 2013).
* Advisory Board, Global Media Monitor (an electronic journal), 1999-2001.
* Reader: International/Development Communication Division, ICA 2007; International Division, ICA, 2002, 2005; Policy Division, ICA, 2007; Technology Division, ICA, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007; Mass Communication Division, ICA, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 2007 annual conference paper competitions; annual conference panel proposals reader, International Division, BEA, 2006. Mass Communication Division of Central States Speech Association, for 1986 annual conference paper competition; AEJMC, Technology Division, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007; and Global Fusion Conference, 2005, 2006.
* Member, Transcend International: A Peace and Development Network for Conflict Transformation by Peaceful Means (www.transcend.org), 1999-present.
* Coordinator, Competitive Paper/Panel Competition, Mass Communication Division, Joint Meeting of Central States Speech Association and Southern Speech Communication Association, St. Louis, 1987; American Culture Association, Wichita, KS, 1983 and Toronto, Canada, 1984.
* Reader: Asian Journal of Communication, 2012-2015; Random House Publishers; 1984, 1985; Sage; 1994; Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1990; Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 2008 (March and August); Journalism Quarterly, 1996; Journalism Monographs, 1985 1988; Journal of Communication, 1992 1993; Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 1989, 1990, 1991; Sex Roles, 1992; Journal of Peace Research, 1993; Pennsylvania Speech Communication Annual, 1988.
* Editorial Board, International Journal of Sustainable Development Research, 2018-present.



CONSULTING, PROFESSIONAL AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY

* Community work, cable/community television; Researcher, television marketing surveys; Producer, director, editor and host experience; documentaries, commercials and cable television programming; Announcer and board operator: radio; principal of e-commerce small business site; Listserve Internet list management.
* URL and listserve programmer and manager.
* Chartered member, Honolulu Community Media Council (a nonprofit, nongovernmental, independent group, comprised of several dozen individuals from the media and the community, that seeks to promote accurate and fair journalism in Hawaii; by broadening public understanding of the role of the media, fostering discussion of media issues, strengthening public support for First Amendment rights and freedoms, and improving public access to information. Also have served on committee for resolution of community media grievances between local newspaper and the State Governor's Office)
* Co-Producer, "Town Square look at the Media," monthly public radio program designed to analyze community media issues, KIPO-FM, Honolulu, 2000-2001.


Professional Organization Memberships

National Communication Association (NCA); International Communication Association (ICA); American Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC); International Association of Mass Communication Researchers (IAMCR); Transcend (scholars and practitioners for peace and development); Union for Democratic Communications; Broadcast Education Association (BEA).

Received: Invitation to the UNESCO-sponsored multi-stakeholder WSIS+10 review event entitled Towards Knowledge Societies for Peace and Sustainable Development, at UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France, 25–27 February 2013.

Professional Honors and Awards

* Who’s Who in the World, 34th Edition, 2018.
* Who’s Who in America, 72nd Edition, 2018
* Who’s Who in the World, 33rd Edition, 2017.
* Who’s Who in America, 71st Edition, 2017
* Who’s Who in America, 70th Edition, 2016
* Who’s Who in America, 69th Edition, 2015
* Who’s Who in America, 68th Edition, 2014
* Who’s Who in America, 67th Edition, 2013
* Who’s Who in America, 66th Edition, 2012
* Who’s Who in the World, 27th Edition, 2011.
* Who’s Who in America, 65th Edition, 2011.
* Global Directory of Who's Who, 2009/2010.
* Who’s Who in the World, 26th Edition, 2010.
* Who’s Who in the World, 26th Edition, 2009.
* Who’s Who in the World, 25th Edition, 2008.
* Who’s Who in America, 64th Edition, 2010
* Who’s Who in America, 63rd Edition, 2009.
* Who’s Who in America, 62nd Edition, 2008.
* Who’s Who in America, 61st Edition, 2006.
* Fulbright Scholar, School of Communications, Dublin City University, Dublin 9, Ireland, 1994 1995.
* Top 4 Debut Paper in Mass Communication, 65th Annual Meeting of the Speech Communication Association (SCA), San Antonio, TX, November 11, 1979.


Routine Professional Listings
• Who's Who in Social Sciences Academia


Extramural Grant and Budget Management Activity

2003 $12,000 INREX program, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the U.S. Department of State,
Ms. Maria Tratsevskaia from Mirny of the Sakha Republic. Co-Project Director: Richard C.
Vincent.

2003 $12,000 Edmund S. Muskee/Freedom Support Act, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the
U.S. Department of State, Ms. Anatassia Sakharova from Vladivostok. Co-Project Director:
Richard C. Vincent.

2003- $237,052 Grant proposal submitted to the Freedom Support Educational Partnerships Program for
2004 $409,797 (total) Eurasia program, the U.S. Department of State. The Project Management Team will
applied consist of a Project Director at ISU (Dr. W. Tad Foster), the Project Coordinators at ISU
(Drs. John Conant and Richard Vincent), and a Co-Project Director at TSU in Tambov
(Dr. Yuri Zusman), December 3, 2003.

The grant proposal seeks some $237,052 for a three year partnership between Indiana State University and Tambov State University to develop curricula for journalism students and professional development of practicing journalists, develop workshops for government and community leaders so they might learn how to deal more effectively with all media, and to provide educational technology enhancements (i.e., distance education) to maximize the understanding and cooperation between Tambov and Terre Haute.
Reached final round of competition; being revised and resubmitted.

2001 $35,000 Co-Chair, of Honolulu Community Media Council's Freedom of Information Day
conference, Honolulu, HI, March 16-17.
2001 $ 2,500 Principal Humanities Scholar, grant for Freedom of Information Day activities
Hawaii Humanities Council.
2000-01 $18,000 Co-Chair, Community grant solicitations for partial support of Honolulu
Community Media Council's Freedom of Information Day conference; includes funds from: East-West Center, Aloha Airlines, Outrigger Hotels, Hawaiian Electric Inc., First Hawaiian Bank, Honolulu Publishing, Verizon Telephone, Communications-Pacific, Oceanic Cable, Cades Schutte Fleming & Wright.
1998-99 $18,381 co-principal investigator, Louise Hess Miller Awards, student grants, UH-F
Account Code #13-7582
1998-99 $ 7,000 co-coordinator, Louise Hess Miller Learning Center in Modern Media,
Journalism and Communication Programs educational development, UH-F
Account Code #13-7580
1997-98 $11,000 co-principal investigator, Louise Hess Miller Awards, student grants, UH-F
Account Code #13-7582
1997-98 $11,000 co-coordinator, Louise Hess Miller Learning Center in Modern Media,
Journalism and Communication Programs educational development, UH-F
Account Code #13-7580
1996-97 $10,000 co-principal investigator, Louise Hess Miller Awards, student grants, UH-F
Account Code #13-7582
1995 $14,000 Conference Organizer/Manager, MacBride Round Table Meeting, Honolulu, HI.
1995 $ 9,000 Principal Investigator, funding for support of MacBride Round Table Conference
from Pacific Telecommunications Council, Honolulu, HI.
1994-95 $30,000 Fulbright Scholarship, Dublin Ireland
1991 Staff member, State of Hawaii Department of Education grant project; UH ORA Account Code # P 91 280 F 062 B 429.
1988 $29,000 State of Hawaii Department of Education, training grant, 1988. Principal Investigator. UH ORA Account Code # P 88 280 F 062 B 426
1988 $ 7,000 Summer Program for the Enhancement of Basic Education in Broadcasting and Media Arts, funded through the Hawaii Department of Education (DOE); supplemental Training Grant; Principal Investigator
1981-83 $30,000 Management of Broadcasting Division budget including expenditures and
assistantships, excluding faculty salaries.
1981 $3,000 for video production; funding through CONVOCOM (Western Illinois
Educational Telecommunications Corporation).
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