M.A., Ph.D. New York University
B.A. Carleton College
Courses I Teach:
- Digital Film
- Global Communication
- Multi-media Design
Additionally, I direct graduate research projects in media education and media literacy.
Prior to teaching at Saint Michael's, I worked in New York City as a journalist, digital animator, and a media developer at the Media Workshop New York, a non-profit organization devoted to issues of media education and media literacy.
My research interests include: global communication; media theory and history; visual communication (film, video, photography and Web design) and media education. I have performed media research in the Middle East, Australia, Western and Central Europe. I recently helped establish the Global Studies Program at Saint Michael's as well as the MSJ&DA Department's international media study abroad program.
Jon Hyde and Kimberly Sultze, associate professors of media studies, journalism and digital arts, recently had several photographs published by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, a national leader in avian study and conservation. Their images of the Tody Motmot (Panama), the Laughing Falcon (Costa Rica), and the White-Headed Wren (Panama) have been used in Neotropical Birds. In December, their image of a Western Grebe family was selected as a finalist for the 2012 National Wildlife Refuge Photography Competition and is featured on the 2012 National Wildlife Refuge Association's Conservation Report. Their work is also currently on exhibit as part of the international juried show, "Birds: Real or Imagined," at the Photoplace Gallery in Middlebury.