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Dr. Tery Griffin
Associate Professor of Media Arts

Why I Teach:

"After my own experiences at both large and small institutions, I decided I would be happier teaching at a small college, where I would have the opportunity to really get to know and work with my students. Wesley fit that description."

Contact Information

College Center 415
(302) 736-2378
tery.griffin(at)wesley.edu

Degrees

Ph.D., Educational Communication and Technology, New York University
M.F.A., Creative Writing Emphasis: Fiction, University of Michigan
B.A., English, Trinity College

Professional Activities

Research:

  • Griffin, Teresa and Deb Cohen. Critical Reading of the Web. Communication Teacher 26.1 (2012), 5-9.

Grants and Awards:

  • Individual Artist Fellowship in Literature: Fiction, from the Delaware Division of the Arts, 2010.
  • Invited member of the Mid Atlantic Artist Registry, 2010.
  • Participant in Delaware Division of the Arts 2008 Poetry and Fiction Writers Retreat.

Publicatio

Presentations:

  • Featured reader at Second Saturday Poets, September 2013.

  • Featured reader at Fiction Reading sponsored by the Delaware Division of the Arts and the Friends of Kirkwood Library. Wilmington, Delaware. August 8, 2010.
  • "The Impact of Low SES on Success for Undergraduates: Impressions of Faculty and Counseling Center Staff." Lead researcher, working with Dr. Deborah Cohen and Dr. Karen Tsukada, both from the University of Delaware Counseling Center. International Working Class / Poverty Class Academics Conference. Little Rock, Arkansas. June 26-27, 2010.
  • "Critical reading and writing for the web." National Conference of Teachers of English. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. November 19-22, 2009.
  • "Media Arts and the digital divide." International Digital Media Arts Association Conference. Muncie, Indiana. November 5-7, 2009.
  • "Teaching with free software: the digital divide and Media Arts." Working Class Studies Association Conference: Class Matters. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. June 3-6, 2009. 

Courses Taught

ME100 Media in Your Life
ME140 Digital Media Literacy
ME200 History of the U.S. Mass Media
ME280 Campus Media Production
ME240 Web Design and Development
ME241/341 Desktop Publishing
ME342 Digital Photography
ME343 Interactive Media Production
ME482 Media Arts Internships 
ME490 Media Arts Senior Project