Kathy E. Gill
, agricultural economics. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech),Blacksburg. 1979.
, magna cum laude graduate with honors, journalism with minor in agricultural economics,University of Georgia, Athens. 1977.
, with honors, journalism. Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, Georgia. 1975.
Online media: merging research and practice from psychology, economics, and communicationtheory with particular emphasis on societal impact of technology.
Digital storytelling: understanding and deploying multimedia (video, still photography, audio andtext) for the web and mobile devices
Digital publishing: underlying architecture, security, software; web standards (HTML5, CSS);copyright; social media integration
Business processes; project management; leadership; and best management practices with particular emphasis on creating digital communication campaigns and artifacts.
University of Washington,
Seattle, Washington. Senior Lecturer, Department of Communication; September 2003 – June 2011; Lecturer (part-time), June 2011-current.
Acting Director, Master of Communication Digital Media Program, Spring 2006.
Utilize industry experience and proven communication principles to guide diverse student body inemerging digital communication practice and theory. Advise students enrolled in independent projects. Teach 5-10 credit hours/quarter plus develop/lead student workshops.
Basic Concepts of New Media,
COM300. Winter and/or Spring 2005-2009, Summer 2011.
Building Mobile Applications,
COM597. Summer 2010.
Digital Communication Technologies,
COM495. Fall 2009-2010, Winter 2012.
COM597. Fall 2008, 2010, 2012.
COM466. Spring 2009-2011.
Digital Publishing Tools,
Economics of Digital Communication,
COM597. Summer 2007-2008, Fall 2009, 2011.
Evolution and Trends in New Media Technologies,
COM 546. Fall 2003-2007, Winter 2009-2011
How Twitter Is Changing Organizations,
COM597. Summer 2009.
Message Design and Content Creation,
COM585. Winter 2004-2008, Spring 2010, Fall2011, Fall 2012
Social Technologies, Media and Politics,
COM 460. Spring 2007-2008.
Theories and Practice of Interactive Media,
COM597. Fall 2003-2004.
Web Design and Production Foundations,
Certificate Program, Fall 2011, Winter 2013.
Writing and Presentation for Digital Media,
COM586. Spring 2004-2007, Spring 2012,Spring 2013.