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Dr. Gisela Gil-Egui

Associate Professor of Communication
ggil-egui@fairfield.edu
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 222
p: x3043

 

Honors

  • Excellent Teaching by a Graduate Student Award, International Communication Association (Instructional and Developmental Division), 2003.
  • Top Paper Award for the study A Transition to What? Evolution of the Notion of Public Interest as a Standard for Broadcast Regulation in the U.S. Presented at the II Graduate Students Research Conference- School of Communications & Theater, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 2000.
  • Top Paper Award for the study A Historical Revision of the International Telecommunication Union’s Definition of Universal Access. Presented at the I Graduate Students Research Conference- School of Communications & Theater, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1999.
  • Second Place, Best Bachelor’s Thesis in Mass Communications Award, granted by the Carlos E. Frias Endowment (Venezuela), 1992.

Grants

  • Memoria Tangible: A Bibliographical, Documental, and Testimonial Collection About Nicaragua’s Sandinista Revolution. Humanities Institute, Fairfield University. 2008.
  • Redesigning the syllabus of CO230, to transform it into two new courses: CO130 (Mass Media & Society [emphasis on media literacy]) and C0231 (Mass Media Institutions). Center for Academic Excellence, Fairfield University. 2007.
  • Pre-Tenure Leave. Fairfield University. 2007.
  • Accented Perceptions: Fairfield University as a Space of (Dis)Integration for Foreign Students and Faculty. Brinkman Foundation / Fairfield University. 2007.
  • No/Yes (Noise): The Window Between Sound and Silence in Three Fields of Study. Fairfield University. 2006.
  • Summer Research Grant. Project Title: Venezuelan Community Radio in Times of Political Polarization. A Comparative Analysis of Experiences by Jesuit-, NGO- and Government-Supported Stations/. Fairfield University. 2005.
  • Summer Research Grant. Project Title: Venezuelan Community Radio in Times of Political Polarization. A Comparative Analysis of Experiences by Jesuit-, NGO-, and Government-Supported Stations. Fairfield University. 2004.
  • Dissertation Completion Grant. Temple University. 2004.