Next Hangout to prepare for first show: Wednesday July 12 at 2:00 EST
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Associate Professor, Pittsburg State University
Dr. Mason is a former broadcaster, who worked with local media outlets KOAM and KKOW in SE Kansas, prior to receiving a Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma.
We will be working together on strategy, development, promotion, marketing; we will also be working on involving our undergraduate and graduate students in this initiative following the launch (**This will be key to expanding beyond just a weekly series, and support additional content development). Jacob will be assisting us with the equipment, tech
set-up, and serve as a consultant (e.g., *critic* -haha). He'll also provide on-going creative support as a representative of PSU University Marketing.
Technical support Jim's latest suggestions
Software and hub management support
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University Distinguished Professor, Department of Communication, George Mason University Director, Center for Health and Risk Communication
Gary Kreps' areas of expertise include health communication and promotion, information dissemination, organizational communication, information technology, multicultural relations, risk/crisis management, health informatics, and applied research methods.Dr. Kreps is an advisor to numerous health communications-related organizations including onHealth.
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