Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1988
David Atkin has done grant-supported work on the adoption, use and regulation of new media. He received the field’s Krieghbaum Under-40 award, granted annually to a junior scholar for distinction in research. Atkin also won University Distinguished Research as well as Teaching Awards prior to his arrival here. He’s ranked among the 80 most prolific scholars in the history of our discipline, the 25 most prolific since 1995, and the two most prolific scholars in telecom as well as communication policy. Books include Communication Technology & Society, The Televiewing Audience, and Communication Technology & Social Change.
- COMM 2310W: Media Literacy and Criticism
- COMM 4630: Communication Technology and Social Change
- COMM 6895: Topics in Applied Communication Research: Digital Political Communication (graduate level)