New Book Examines Radio Personalities’ Influence

New Book Examines Radio Personalities' Influence

Communication studies faculty member David Crider’s new book, Performing Personality: On-Air Radio Identities in a Changing Media Landscape, explores how radio announcers develop their on-air personalities, helping the nearly century-old medium endure even in the rapidly evolving live-stream and on-demand audio scene. He earned a master’s degree at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Home Economics Re-Envisioned

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Home Economics Re-Envisioned

The field once known as home economics is alive, well and informing many other branches of knowledge, according to a new book co-edited by history professor and Honors Program Director Gwen Kay and Sharon Y. Nickols, dean and professor emerita at the University of Georgia. Remaking Home Economics: Resourcefulness and Innovation in Changing Times (University

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Low Down on Jazz Bass

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Low Down on Jazz Bass

When Danny Ziemann, who teaches bass in Oswego’s music department, could not find a book or other resources to supplement his lessons, he wrote one with the encouragement of his students. The resulting work, The Low Down: A Guide to Creating Supportive Jazz Bass Lines (Institute for Creative Music, 2015), also features 50 audio files