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PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Assistant Professor, Communication Department, University of Dubuque, Dubuque, IA (2017-present)

EDUCATION

Expected PhD in Journalism and Mass Communication (May 2019)
Dissertation: Religion, reform, and the press: The role of Protestant social justice media in the Progressive Era.
University of Iowa

M.A., Religious Studies, 2011
Thesis: The sanctification of friendship: reconciling preferential and non-preferential loves in Søren Kierkegaard’s Works of Love
University of Iowa

B.A., Journalism & Mass Communication, Religious Studies, 2008
Minor: Philosophy
University of Iowa

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

University of Dubuque:

Introduction to Mass Media

Survey course examining the intersection between mass media and popular culture as found in books, newspapers, magazines, radio, film, television and other electronic media. 

  • Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2019

Speech Communication

Exposes students to the fundamental public speaking concepts and skills needed for success in a variety of communication situations. 

  • Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2019

Worldviews I

In this interdisciplinary seminar, students and faculty explore the shaping of a “good” life, studying texts from various disciplines and time periods. This course focuses on the themes of learning, neighbor and creation.

  • Fall 2017

Media History and Culture

Examines the role of the American press in shaping the social and cultural environment of United States as well as critically addressing the broad social and political contexts within which it has developed.

  • Spring 2018

Media and Communication Ethics

This course provides a framework for thinking critically about the ethical principles that guide communication and mass media. Using various case studies, students develop new viewpoints regarding their own ethical communication .

  • Fall 2018

University of Iowa: Instructor of Record

Journalistic Reporting and Writing: JMC:2010

Journalism reporting and writing practices, eight story assignments covering major beats, included focus on professional ethics and significant amount of writing for the web.

  • Spring 2012: 14 students.
  • Spring 2013: 17 students.
  • Summer 2013: 14 students.

Multimedia Storytelling: JMC:2020

Intensive, skills-based course providing students with practical experience translating their original reporting & writing work, images, audio, video, data, and social media into online news stories. Extensive hardware training (DSLR cameras, audio recorders).

  • Fall 2013: 36 students.
  • Spring 2014: 36 students.

TECHNICAL EXPERTISE

Creative Design/Audio/Video Software: Adobe Creative Suite 6 (Design & Web Premium edition + Lightroom), Audacity, Dreamweaver, Frontpage, Final Cut X.

Hardware: Canon DSLRs and accessories, H2, H3 Zoom recorders.

Programming Languages: CSS, HTML, Javascript, Java (basic knowledge), C++ (basic knowledge).

Online media sharing tools (including, but not limited to): Facebook, Pinterest, Soundslides, Storify, Timeline JS, Tumblr, Twitter, WordPress.

Other: Google Fusion Data Visualization, CoverItLive.

COLLEGE MEDIA EXPERIENCE

Editor and contributor (2003-2007): the Hawkeye Engineer, student magazine of the University of Iowa College of Engineering (circulation approximately 2,500)

Reporter (2005): The Daily Iowan, an independent daily student newspaper (circulation approximately 19,500).

PUBLICATIONS

Dowling, D. & Haman, J. (2017). New Horizons for Teaching Journalism History: A Multimedia Approach. American Journalism. 34(2).

Haman, J., & Dowling, D. (2015). Selling the sole: media, mysticism, and the marketing of barefoot-inspired athletic footwear. Sport in Society, 18(6), 669-687.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Haman, J., & Miller, K. (August 2016). Thoughtful but angry: Media narratives of NFL star Arian Foster’s confession of nonbelief. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Eko, L., & Haman, J. (May 2013). The Internet, State Hegemony versus Corporate Hegemony in the North African Arab Spring. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, London.

ACADEMIC HONORS & AWARDS

  • 2017 Outstanding Doctoral Student Award for Teaching, 2017. Awarded by School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Iowa.
  • Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, 2017. Awarded by Council on Teaching, University of Iowa.
  • University of Iowa Graduate College Summer Fellowship, 2017. Awarded by University of Iowa Graduate College.
  • University of Iowa Graduate College Post-Comprehensive Research Award, 2015. Awarded by University of Iowa Graduate College.
  • Carl J. Nelson Memorial Research Award, 2015. Awarded by School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Iowa.
  • Summer Multimedia Fellowship, 2014. Awarded by School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Iowa.

RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Managing Editor: Journal of Communication Inquiry, June 2014 – May 2015

  • Solely responsible for daily operations of peer-reviewed academic journal, facilitated communication between authors, reviewers, publisher.

Video Production

  • Filmed and edited “90th Anniversary Celebration” web video for Department of Religious Studies, University of Iowa, Spring 2018.
  • Filmed and edited six course web videos for Department of Religious Studies, University of Iowa, Fall 2017.
  • Filmed and edited promotional web videos for nonprofit group, Iowa Interfaith Power & Light, Summer 2014.

INVITED LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS

“Cultivate your curiosity about ‘fake news’!” September Honors Colloquium, University of Dubuque, September 18, 2018.

“Meet the Journal Editors.” Panelist, annual AEJMC meeting, San Francisco, August 2015.

“Social media and revolution: The case study of the Arab Spring.” Journalism 1500: Social Media Today, University of Iowa, Spring 2013

“Pragmatic evaluations of social media use during the Arab Spring.” Journalism 1500: Social Media Today, University of Iowa, Fall 2013

ACADEMIC SERVICE

Journal of Communication Inquiry

  • Book Reviews Editor: 2013-2014
  • Manuscript Reviewer: Journal of Communication Inquiry, 2012-present
  • Editorial Board member (2015-present)

Graduate Student Senate Representative for Journalism Department                           

  • GSS Senator (elected within department), 2011-2015
  • Public Relations Officer (elected within Senate), 2013–2015

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
  • American Journalism Historians Association
  • Religious Communication Association
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