Carol Smith Passariello
Office location: AAB / 214
Title(s): Associate Professor of Journalism; Curriculum Chair, Journalism; Frederick Sessions Beebe Chairholder, Journalism
Department/Division: Communications, Media Arts, Journalism
- MA, Journalism, The Ohio State University Graduate School of Journalism
- Broadcast Journalism
- Journalism and Democracy
- Understanding Mass Media
- News Reporting and Writing
- Newspaper Production
Honors and Awards:
- Endowed Faculty Chair
- The Frederick Sessions Beebe Chair of Journalism; NAACP ACT-SO Award for Outstanding Service in Education
- Student Recognition Award for Outstanding Service to Student Government Association
Publications and Presentations
- Broadcast News Handbook, Tuggle et al, McGraw Hill
- Telling the Story Text and Workbook, Missouri Group
- “New York Publishing’s Black Pack: Young editors and agents gather and network to be more effective operators in an industry unaccustomed to diversity,” Black Issues Book Review, May-June 2001, pp. 14-15.
- “Focusing on Craft: A black writer’s guide to conferences and workshops offering expert support to improve skills and technique,” Black Issues Book Review, March-April 2001, pp. 70-71.
- “A Private and Peculiar Spirituality,” Sisterfriend Soul Journeys: The Spirit and Expressions of African American Women on Tour by Maria Dowd and Carol Smith-Passariello Promo Trends, Inc., July 2000, pp. 107-110. ISBN 0-9678645-0-X.
- “Growing Wild,” Role Call: A Generational Anthology of Social and Political Black Literature and Art edited by Samiya A. Bashir, Quaraysh Ali Lansana, Tony Medina, Third World Press, October 2001, pp. 67-69. ISBN 0-883-78239-1. Most recently, this work appears on the Westchester Community College webzine, etc. “Moontime & Mezuzahs,”
- Role Call: A Generational Anthology of Social and Political Black Literature and Art edited by Samiya A. Bashir, Quaraysh Ali Lansana, Tony Medina, Third World Press, October 2001, pp. 319-321. ISBN 0-883-78239-1.
- Panelist, Town Hall Meeting: Cultural Awareness Issues and the Presidential Election, Oct. 29, 2008
- Presenter, Division of Arts & Humanities Symposium, Global Teaching Initiatives: A Thematic Approach to Incorporating Difficult World Issues Across the Curriculum May 18, 2006
Institution Service or Academic Service:
- Curriculum Chair, Journalism;
- Former Chair, Department of Communications, Performing Arts and Journalism;
- Former Acting Curriculum Chair, Communications and Media Arts;
- Founding former Co-Chair, Faculty Senate Committee on Diversity