Dr. Peter S. Tahsoh, Chair of Communications and Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communications
Ph.D., Journalism and Mass Communications, Howard University
M.S., Mass Communications, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville
B.A., Mass Communications, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville
Dr. Tahsoh has taught journalism, mass communications, and public relations courses at Montgomery College in Maryland, Barber-Scotia College in North Carolina, Michigan State University, Virginia State University, Virginia Union University, and International University in Cameroon. He has written and presented papers at conferences on Mass Media in Developing Nations, Press Censorship in the Third World, the Role of the Mass Media in Development, and more.
Mr. Daniel Henrich, Assistant Professor of Communications
M.A., Communication (Cinema/Television Script/Production), Regent
B.A., Communication (Photo-Journalism), California State University, Fullerton
Mr. Henrich has taught video production, scriptwriting and photography in 15 countries, including the USA. He has written and produced feature films and videos in Africa and India. His Kenyan film, Sabina’s Encounter has aired on national TV across Africa and on three mobile cinema networks – an estimated viewership of well over 30 million. He is the author of three books on media effects.