Eileen M. McLaughlin

Eileen McLaughlin (2011) 
Associate Professor of Communication 
617-731-7656 
EMclaughlin@pmc.edu

Education

  • MBA- concentration in Social Media Marketing
    Southern New Hampshire University
    December 2012
  • Ph.D. - Mass Communications, concentration in International Communications
    Ohio University
    Dissertation: Media Use and Acculturation: A Study of Puerto Rican Communities.
  • MA - International Studies, concentration in Latin America and the Caribbean
    University of Connecticut
  • BA - Media, concentration in Television Production
     Worcester State College

Professional Experience

Pine Manor College – Chestnut Hill MA

  • Associate Professor of Communication – 2011 – present
  • Chair of the Faculty – 2014-2016
  • Data Analyst – 2014- 2016
  • Chair of Humanities Division – 2012-2014
  • Chair of the Faculty Executive Committee – 2013
  • Communication program coordinator – 2011- present    
    • CO 100 – Introduction to Mass Communication
    • CO 285/385 – Special Topics
    • CO310- Public Relations
    • CO 495 – Ethical and Legal Issues in Mass Communication
    • CO 497 – Senior Internship
    • CO 499 – Senior Project
    • FYS 100 – First Year Seminar

Endicott College, Beverly, MA
Assistant to the Dean of Academic Resources – 2009-2010

  • Assisted the Dean in the operation of the division
  • Oversaw testing of Freshman and Senior students
  • Worked on various research and special assignments

Associate Dean for Teaching Excellence – 2006 – 2009

  • Responsible for planning, coordinating and delivering all on-campus professional development for full and part-time faculty.
  • Responsible for the administration of a $150,000.00 dollar grant.
  • Developed a new faculty mentoring program.

Associate Professor of Communication – 2005

Assistant Professor of Communication – 1999-2005

  • Electronic Media Production /Media Aesthetics (CMM 100)
  • First Year Seminar: Film and Culture of the 1950’s (LA 100)
  • Video Film Concepts/Field Production (CMM 110)
  • Advertising Production (CMM 200)
  • TV Studio I (CMM 201)
  • TV Studio II (CMM 202)
  • Telecommunications in America (CMM 220)
  • Post Production I (CMM 365)
  • Post Production II (CMM 366)
  • Colonial/Post Colonial Representation in Cinema (CMM/HUM 377)
  • Media Ethics and Law (CMM 380)
  • Mexico Culture and Community Service Project (HMS 387)
  • Communication, Culture and Identity (CMM 400)
  • Communication Senior Thesis II (CMM 490)
  • Racial and Ethnic Diversity in America (SOC 320)
  • Freshman Transitions (EC 101)

Assistant Professor of Communication – 1998-1999
Marymount University –Arlington, VA

  • Video Production
  • Report Writing
  • Introduction to Mass Communications
  • Writing for the Mass Media

Instructor - Ohio University

  • Introduction to Political Communication – Spring 1998

Teaching Assistant - Ohio University

  • Television Producing and Directing - Spring 1997
    An advanced studio production class.
  • Introduction to Television Production - Fall 1995 through Fall 1997
  • Introduction to field and studio production
  • Introduction to linear editing techniques.
  • Introduction to Political Communication - Spring 1995

Teaching Assistant - University of Connecticut

  • Twentieth Century European History - Fall 1992

Teacher/Supervisor - Tri County Community Action

  • Summer Youth Employment Program- 1997
  • Taught and supervised six 14 and 15 year olds in the production of a video tape about the South Eastern Ohio Food Bank.

Teaching Assistant - Ohio Arts Council Summer Media Institute - 1996

  • Assisted in teaching twelve public school teachers in field production and linear editing.

Teaching Assistant - Worcester Massachusetts Public Schools,

  • South High Magnet School - 1986-87
  • Assisted in video production classes. Supervised field and studio production.

Papers and Conferences

  • “Not in Front of the Children: Packaging Inter-American Relationships for the Popular Audience"
    with Dr. Gabrielle Watling
    The 5th Congress of Americas
    Puebla, Mexico October 2001
  • “Communicating About Gender and Racial Issues in Media Studies”.
    Panel presentation with Amy Damico, Sara Quay, Chris McIntyre
    Third Annual Conference on Teaching Communication
    Providence, Rhode Island, April, 2000
  • “A Descriptive Analysis of American Elite News Media Coverage of Mexico.”
    with Dr. Josep Rota.
    International Communication Association.
    Jerusalem – 1998, San Francisco -1999, Acapulco - 2000
  • “Conflict: Graduate Students as Teaching/Learning Professionals.”
    with Dr. Karin Sandell and Dr. Suellynn Duffey.
    Sixth Annual Conference on the Employment of Graduate Teaching Assistants,
    Minneapolis, MN - November 1997
  • “Protestantism in Puerto Rico: The US Religious Invasion.”
    Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials,
    Rockville, MD - May 1997
  • “The Ethics of Social Intervention.”
    Invited panel participant
    Second International Conference on Entertainment and Social Change,
    Athens, OH - May 1997
  • “Adolescent Girls Finding Their Way in the World: Lessons from 90210 and
    Melrose Place.” with Dr. Karin Sandell.
    International Communications Association,
    Chicago, IL - May 1996
  • “Entertainment-Education and the Ethics of Social Intervention.”
    with Dr. Vibert Cambridge and Dr. Josep Rota.
    International Communication Association,
    Albuquerque, NM - May 1995
  • “The Role of Women in the Nicaraguan Literacy Campaign.”
    New England Conference on Women and Gender.
    Storrs, CT - 1993