Joined the Westminster College faculty in 2000 teaching broadcast & digital communications.
2013 winner of the Broadcast Education Association's Best Feature Reporting Faculty Award.
Broadcast journalist since 1985. Experience as a journalist, videographer, producer, news manager, etc. at stations in WV, NC, MO, KS & PA.
Doctoral student, Department of Instruction & Learning, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh. M.S. Journalism, University of Kansas. B.A. Communications, Alderson-Broaddus.
Recent publication: The Phantom Public Airwaves: Applying Walter Lippmann's Vision to Talk Radio, Bradley Weaver, Journal of Mass Media Ethics, Routledge (London), Vol. 28, Iss. 4, 2013.
Courses include: Writing for Electronic Media (BC 111); Broadcast Practicum (BC 120); Digital Movie-making (BC 112); Single-camera Video Production (BC 251); TV producing (BC 308); Broadcast Journalism (BC 311 & 312); Documentary Project/Capstone (BC 601 & 602).
Advisor for Westmisnter Cable, Titan Radio News, WCN 24/7 and wcn247.com.
WCN 24/7 on VIMEO: https://vimeo.com/channels/wcn247