Brian J. Snee, Ph.D.

 

Brian J. Snee, Ph.D., was named assistant professor in the Communications and Media Department.  Before joining he University faculty, he was a professor and chair of the Communication & Media Department at Manhattanville College in Harrison, New York.  He held positions of assistant and associate professor at the State University of New York-Potsdam; Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky; and Rochester Institute of Technology in New York.  Throughout his distinguished career, Dr. Snee received several grants and awards, and in the area of curriculum development, he created a Digital Media Prodcution B.A. degree program at Manhattanville College.  He was the author or co-author of several books, book chapters and journal articles, and he presented at numerous professional and academic conferences.  Dr. Snee was active in the area of professional, academic and community service at every insitution where he taught.  In 2017, he led a TEDx Talk titled "How the Virtue of Eloquence Became a Vice."  Dr. Snee earned a doctorate amd master's degree in communication arts and science from Penn State University; and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of Scranton. 

 

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