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About Selene Phillips

Positions

2004 Present Assistant Professor, University of Louisville Department of Communication
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20022005 Humanities Scholar-in-Residence, Great Plains Chataqua Society
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20002001 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of North Dakota ‐ School of Communication
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19971999 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Purdue University ‐ Department of Communication
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • Faculty Mentor, Red and Black Honors Banquet and Awards Ceremony, selected by University of Louisville honor student, Louisville, Kentucky, February 2014
  • The Best of The Bluegrass Faculty member of the Month, the Kentucky Association of Residence Halls, Spring 2013
  • Author/Member Recipient, Arts & Sciences Exemplary Department Diversity Award, from A&S Diversity Council to the Department of Communication, University of Louisville, 2013
  • Head Female Dancer, The New Faces of an Ancient People, 10th Annual Traditional American Indian Powwow, Penn State University, April 2013
  • Faculty Mentor, Red and Black Honors Banquet and Awards Ceremony, selected by University of Louisville honor student, Louisville, Kentucky, February 2013
  • Award, “Of the Month,” National Residence Hall Honorary Recipient, University of Louisville, December 2012
  • Student-Nominated Faculty Favorites, Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, 2010
  • Recognized, Selene Phillips Collection, American Native Press Archives, Sequoyah Research Center, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, Arkansas, 2008
  • Faculty Mentor, Red and Black Honors Banquet and Awards Ceremony, selected by University of Louisville honor student, Louisville, Kentucky, February 2007
  • Student-Nominated Faculty Favorites, Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, February 2006
  • Appreciation Award, Office of Multicultural Academic Enrichment Programs, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, January 2006
  • Kentucky Communication Association, Excellence in the Practice of the Communication Arts, September 2005
  • The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Purdue University Chapter, Inducted March 2002
  • Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Grant Recipient, for excellent interdisciplinary scholarship from Society for History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing and the Center for the History of Print Culture in Modern America, July 1999
  • Purdue Research Foundation Grant, Summer 1999
  • Doctoral Graduate Opportunities Fellowship, Purdue University, 1995 - 1998
  • Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Scholarship Recipient, 1996 - 1999
  • Native American Journalists Association scholarship recipient, 1997
  • Graduate Minority Fellowship, Indiana University Graduate School, 1993 - 1995
  • Scholarship to Native American Journalists Association, NAJA, to help produce NAJA newspaper, Native Voice, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 1997
  • Scholarship to National Conference of Editorial Writers’ minority writers workshop, Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, May 1997 and 1998
  • Internship, Newspaper Association of America’s annual conference publication Presstime, Chicago, Illinois, April 1997
  • Bureau of Media Research Grant, Indiana University School of Journalism, 1995
  • Recognized and commended by Purdue Student Senate for bringing Anita Hill to Purdue University campus, 1993
  • Scholarship to attend Institute for the Recruitment of Teachers Summer Internship, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, Summer 1992

Courses

  • Communication 555 Persuasion
  • Communication 463 Food, Fashion, & Fun (Writing Course)
  • Communication 348 Public Relations Writing
  • Communication 340 Introduction to Visual Communication
  • Communication 435 Media, Culture and Society: Race, Class, & Gender
  • Communication 435 Media, Culture and Society: Communication & TV
  • Communication 435 Media, Culture and Society: A Multiple Narrative of Native American Journalism
  • Communication 323 Magazine and Feature Writing
  • Communication 322/463 Sports Writing
  • Communication 320 News Writing
  • Communication 305 Introduction to Mass Communication
  • Communication 301 Native Americans in the Media
  • Communication 301 Historical Communication: The History of Communicating with the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Special Topics)
  • Communication 301--Native Americans and Community Engagement

Education

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2003 Ph. D., Purdue University ‐ American Studies
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1997 M.A., Indiana University
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1981 B.A., Purdue University
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Contact Information

University of Louisville                                        
Department of Communication                            
310 Strickler Hall
Louisville, KY 40292
Office 502-852-2976    
Communication Department 502-852-6979

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Journal Articles (2)

Book Chapters (5)

Poetry (2)

E-Publication (1)