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1000 E. University Ave.

Ross Hall 427

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-3122

Fax: (307) 766-5293

Email: cojoofc@uwyo.edu

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Communication & Journalism Department

Professors

DR. CINDY PRICE SCHULTZ, PH.D.

Department Chair of the Communication & Journalism Department

Associate Professor


Cindy loves her job! She enjoys teaching advertising and public relations classes to upper division and master's students. She also has research interests in media management and issues in journalism. If she's not working, Cindy likes to travel, both in the U.S. and around the world.

EDUCATION

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Ill.
Doctorate in Journalism
2000
Dissertation - Job Satisfaction of Network Television News Correspondents at ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC & PBS

South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD
Masters in Journalism
1992
Thesis A Study of United Way: A Comparison between Local and National Videos and Their Influence on a Local Population

State University of Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls, SD
Bachelors in Mass Communication and Broadcasting
1989

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

(2016-Present) Department Chair, Communication and Journalism Department, University of Wyoming

(2015-2016) Director of Graduate Studies, Communication and Journalism Department, University of Wyoming

(2015-2016) Assistant Department Chair, Communication and Journalism Department, University of Wyoming

(2005-Present) Associate Professor, Advertising and Public Relations, Communication and Journalism Department, University of Wyoming

(1999-2005) Assistant Professor, Advertising and Public Relations, Communication and Journalism Department, University of Wyoming

(1996-1999) Teaching Assistant, Broadcasting and Advertising, College of Mass Communication and Media Arts, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL

(1993-1995) Instructor, Advertising, Department of Mass Communication, University of Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls, SD

OTHER POSITIONS

(1991-1996) Information Specialist, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD

(1989-1991) News Director, KBRK Radio, Brookings, SD

(1986-1989) News Announcer, South Dakota Public Radio, Sioux Falls, SD

(1987-1989) Editor, Student Life, University of Sioux Falls newspaper, Sioux Falls, SD

(1987-1989) Anchor/Producer, Sioux Falls College Sportsline, Sioux Falls, SD

FELLOWSHIPS/SCHOLARSHIPS

Research fellow, Media Management and Transformation Centre, Jonkoping University, Jonkoping, Sweden. Fall, 2008

Research fellow, Media Management Center, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. Summer 2008.

Teaching fellow, Baltic International Summer School, Vidzeme University, Valmiera, Latvia. Summer 2007. Guest lecturer, Fall 2008.

PUBLISHED WORKS

Books:

Musa, B. & Price, C. J. (2006). Emerging Issues in Contemporary Journalism: Infotainment, Internet, Libel, Censorship, Et cetera. New York: Edwin Mellen Press.

Refereed Journal Articles:

Price, C. J. (2008). Job Satisfaction in Network News: The Relationship between Producers and the News Reporters and Newsmagazine Correspondents Who They Supervise. Electronic News, 2(2), 72-85.

Price, C. J., & Wulff, S. S. (2005). Does Sex Make a Difference? Job Satisfaction of Network Television News Correspondents. Womens Studies in Communication, 28(2), 207-234.

Price, C. J. (2003). Interfering Owners or Meddling Advertisers: How Network Television News Correspondents Feel about Ownership and Advertiser Influence on News Stories. Journal of Media Economics, 16(3), 175-188.

Refereed Chapters in Books:

Price, C. J. (2006). Self-Censorship and Influence in Journalism: An Examination of Network Television News and Magazine Correspondents. In Emerging Issues in Contemporary Journalism: Infotainment, Internet, Libel, Censorship, Et cetera. Editors B. Musa and C. J. Price. New York: Edwin Mellen Press. pp. 210-233.

Smith, K. & Price, C. J. (2004). Photographic Coverage of Blacks by Non-Daily Newspapers. In Visual Communication Theory and Methods. Editors: K. Smith, G. Barbatsis, K. Kenney, and S. Moriarty. Lawrence Erlbaum. pp. 127-137.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Member of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication and the following divisions: Advertising, Media Management and Economics, Public Relations, Radio and Television Journalism, and the Commission on the Status of Women.

Member of Public Relations Society of America

Member of Broadcast Education Association

Office in professional societies:

Member, AEJMC Ad Hoc Strategic Planning Committee, 2007-2008.

Chair, Media Management and Economics Division of AEJMC. 2007-2008.

Vice Chair/Programming Chair, Media Management and Economics Division of AEJMC. 2006-2007.

Research Chair, Media Management and Economics Division of AEJMC. 2005-2006.

Member, National Membership Committee, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. 2001-2004.

Secretary/Newsletter Editor, Media Management and Economics Division of AEJMC. 2000-2003.

Manuscript Refereeing:

Reviewed manuscripts for International Journal of Media Management, Mass Comm and Society, Journal of Media Economics, Journalism Monographs, and Communications Yearbook.

Outside Reviewer for Tenure and Promotion: Texas Tech University, Department of Electronic Media and Communications. South Dakota State University, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication. Auburn University, Department of Communication and Journalism.

Outside Board memberships: Department of Mass Communication and Journalism, South Dakota State University, 2005-Present.

SKILLS / INTERESTS

Travel, singing, piano and playing on the worship team at church

Dr. Cindy Price Schultz, Ph.D.
Dr. Cindy Price Schultz is an associate professor in the COJO department and the COJO department chair.

Contact Information

426 Ross Hall | (307) 766-6277 | cprice@uwyo.edu

Courses Taught

COJO 3300: Advertising in the Media | COJO 3310: Public Relations

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Phone: (307) 766-3122

Fax: (307) 766-5293

Email: cojoofc@uwyo.edu

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