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Campbell Voted to Broadcast Education Association National Board

Dr. Heidi D. Campbell, associate professor, Department of Mass Communication, was recently voted on the national board of the Broadcast Education Association (BEA). As a board member, Campbell will serve as the regional representative for the Southeast.

She has been actively involved in BEA for the past fifteen years as a division officer, research presenter, keynote speaker, and convention panel organizer. She was also awarded an award of excellence for research from BEA for research she conducted on the intersection of religiosity and social media use.

"My involvement in BEA has been an invaluable part of my professional development as a researcher and professor of Mass Communication,” said Campbell. “I am passionate about BEA and what it stands for and am eager to help influence Mass Communication education in this role at a national level."

Campbell's professional experience in media includes working in public relations, media relations, broadcast production, broadcast management, and Digital Media management. For eighteen years she has served in various capacities in higher education and enjoys making connections between higher education and the rapid changes occurring in media.

The Broadcast Education Association (BEA) is the premier international academic media organization, driving insights, excellence in media production, and career advancement for educators, students, and professionals. There are currently more than 2,800 individual and institutional members worldwide.

                

 

     

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