Jay E Baldwin CV (.pdf)
California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training Basic Certificate (POST), Riverside County Sheriff’s Training Center, Riverside Community College, Riverside, CA (1986-1988).
B.A., Mass Communication, Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO (2004).
M.A., Communication and Leadership Studies, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA (2007).
Ph.D. (in progress), Comparative Literature & Cultural Studies, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR (2015 expected). Research interest: Relationship between communication and the social order. Committee: Drs. Thomas Rosteck, Frank Scheide, Danny Sexton.
CURRENT ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Communication, Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, University of Arkansas, 2011—present.
- Courses Teaching: Comm 1313: Public Speaking; Comm 1233: Media, Society, and Citizenship.
Writing Tutor (Communication Specialist), Quality Writing Center, University of Arkansas, 2011—present.
PAST ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Director, Northern Idaho Consortium for Higher Education, 2006-2009. Collaborative center among Idaho’s public colleges and universities for the promotion of higher education within the state.
Adjunct Instructor of Communication, Lewis-Clark State College, 2007-2009.
- Courses Taught: Comm 392: Special Topics/Media Literacy; Comm 330: Professional Communication; Comm 301: Media Relations
Adjunct Instructor of Communication, North Idaho College, 2009.
- Courses Taught: Comm 101: Intro to Speech Communication
Graduate Assistant, Center for Media Literacy, Gonzaga University, 2006. Supervised undergraduate interns in the creation of media literacy project for high school students.
OTHER RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
Broadcaster, KQSM, 92.1 FM, Cumulous Radio, Fayetteville, AR, 2012-present
Station Manager and Broadcaster, KKDC 93.3 FM, Four Corners Broadcasting,Durango, CO, 2001-2005.
Deputy Sheriff, Riverside County (CA) Sheriff’s Department, 1986-1988.
- “Outstanding Graduate Student”, Gonzaga University Student Association (2007).
- Graduate Fellow, National Communication Association – Ethics Division Conference, Duquesne University, Department of Communication (2012).
ACADEMIC CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
- “Idaho Goes: Raising Educational Attainment in Idaho” public awareness campaign. Project presented to the National Association for Consortium Leadership annual conference, Washington D.C., 2008
- “Toward a (Bleeding Heart) Libertarian Communication Ethic: Or, Attending to the Right of the Other to be Attended to.” Paper presented to the National Communication Association – Ethics Division conference, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, 2012.
- “The Hobbes of the Baskervilles: Sherlock Holmes on States of Nature.” Paper presented to the College English Association annual conference, Savannah, GA, 2013.
PUBLISHED AND FORTHCOMING WORKS
- “Gasoline Alley 1960-1980,” Comics Through Time: An Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Keith Booker. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Books, forthcoming.
- “King Feature Syndicate: 1960-80,” Comics Through Time: An Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Keith Booker. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press, forthcoming.
- “United Features Syndicate: 1960-80,” Comics Through Time: An Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Keith Booker. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press, forthcoming.
PRINT FEATURE & EDITORIAL AND WEB WRITINGS (samples)
- “Optimism: The hire road.” Coeur d’Alene Press, 09/20/2009:Print.
- “My Space and the end of hate.” Coeur d’Alene Press, 06/09/2009:Print.
- “Literacy today means more than readin’, ‘ritin.’” Coeur d’Alene Press, 12/20/2008: Print.
- “God is not a Republican (He isn’t a Democrat, either).” Four Corners Free Press, 06/2005: Print.
- “Days Spent Fishing.” Inside Outside Southwest Magazine, 08/2004. Print: http://insideoutsidemag.com/issues/2004/July_August/Days_Spent_Fishing/
- “TABOR fix proves wimpy.” Four Corners Free Press, 04/2005: Print.
- “I blame the Lion King.” When Falls The Coliseum (blog), 10/24/2011: http://whenfallsthecoliseum.com/2011/10/24/i-blame-the-lion-king/
- “No Labels and everyday irony.” When Falls The Coliseum (blog), 12/24/2010: http://whenfallsthecoliseum.com/2010/12/24/no-labels-and-everyday-irony/
- “Groundhog Day at Panera Bread.” When Falls The Coliseum (blog), 12/09/2010: http://whenfallsthecoliseum.com/2010/12/09/groundhog-day-at-panera-bread/
- “In praise of the Member’s Only jacket (sort of).” When Falls The Coliseum (blog), 10/15/2010: http://whenfallsthecoliseum.com/2010/10/15/in-praise-of-the-members-only-jacket-sort-of/
PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS (samples)
- 2010: Speaker, “Communication Planning.” Southeastern Conference (SEC) Academic Consortium annual meeting of deans.
- 2009: Facilitator, public forums on Education Corridor project (3 events).
- 2009: Speaker, “Education Corridor: An overview.” Kootenai County Young Professionals.
- 2009: Speaker: “Education Corridor: An overview.” Coeur d’Alene Rotary.
- 2009: Moderator, Coeur d’Alene City Council candidate debate, North Idaho College.
- 2008: Speaker, “Go-Learn-Earn: Why now is the time to attend college.” Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise lifestyle seminar, North Idaho College Center for New Directions, Coeur d’Alene, ID.
- 2008: Speaker: “Go-Learn-Earn: Why Now is the time to attend college.” Idaho National Guard/Army Reserve education event.
- 2007: Speaker: “On Leadership.” CdA Chamber of Commerce, Upbeat Breakfast, Coeur d’Alene, ID.
- 2006: Panelist: “Locating and Training the 21st Century Workforce,” Idaho Governor’s Conference on Recreation and Tourism, Worley, ID.
INSTITUTE AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE
- North Idaho College Strategic Planning Steering Committee (5-yr plan), 2007-2008.
- Education Corridor Stakeholders Advisory Committee, 2007-2009.
- Association for Consortium Leadership Conference Planning Committee, 2009, 2010.
PUBLIC AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
- Board Member, Kootenai County United Way, 2008-2009.
- Chair, CdA Chamber of Commerce Education Committee, 2007-2009.