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Name: Dan Hollis
Title: Associate Professor
Office: School of Journalism & Mass Communications
Phone: 304-696-2730
Email: hollis@marshall.edu
Expert:
 
Achievements

Creative Works:
  "Going Downhill": Summer 2003
A look at downhill mountain bike racing

"Pumpkin House": Fall 2002. A behind-the-scenes look at a house decorated with lots of pumpkins for Halloween.

“Barn Raising”: Summer/Fall 2001. Local historical society raises a barn on its property.

“Beeman of Bebee”: Summer 2001. Profile of West Virginia Beekeeper.

“Caddisflies are Artists too”: Summer 2001. A look at local craftspeople who use the insects’ creations.

“Making Music”: Summer 2000. Profile of a fiddle maker.

“Racin’ Downhill”: Summer 2000. The soapbox derby.

“Hear the History”: Summer 2000. A look at The Huntington Museum of Radio and Technology.

“A Life’s Work”: Summer 2000. Profile of a broom-maker.

“The Moment”: Fall 1999. MAC Championship football game.

“Family Matters”: Summer 1997. An examination of family-owned-and–operated
weekly community newspapers in Kentucky.
 
 

 

Research Based:
 
Conference Presentations:
National Broadcasting Society, National Convention, Spring 2004. Presnted the video "Going Downhill"

National Broadcasting Society, National Convention, Spring 2003. Presented the video "Pumpkin House"
 

Professional/Community Based Service:
 
:
Governor's Honors Academy Faculty, Summer 2003
-The Governor's Honors Academy is a three-week residential learning experience for top achieving high school students set to begin their senior year.
 
 
:
Governor’s Honors Academy Faculty: Summer of 2002
-The Governor's Honors Academy is a three-week residential learning experience for top achieving high school students set to begin their senior year.
 

Awards:
 
Awards
"Going Downhill"
-2004 National Broadcasting Society Professional Electronic Media Awards: First Place, Video news, sports and/or public affairs program

"Making Music"
-Award of Distinction: Communicator Award 2000
-Finalist: Telly Award 2000

Pickens-Queen Teacher Award: Marshall University 2001
 

Other Achievements:
 
Excellence Awards:
Excellence in Journalism Education Project: Summer of 2002
-The Excellence in Journalism Education Project is an initiative by the Radio and Television News Directors Foundation to enhance the quality of broadcast journalism education and to strengthen the caliber of the future broadcast news workforce. Funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, this project places college journalism educators at local television and radio newsrooms for four weeks during their summer break.
 

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