Assistant professor of Mass Communication. I am currently teaching Mass Media & Society and Diversity in the Media. I regularly teach Introduction to Reporting & Writing for the News Media, Advanced Reporting, and Public Issues Reporting. I am the academic adviser to about 20 students.
I am also serving as Head of the Mass Communication & Society Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC).
Dr. Lisa Paulin is an assistant professor in the Department of Mass Communication.
She joined the NCCU faculty in 2006 while completing her Ph.D. in mass
communication at The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.
A dedicated lifelong learner, she earned her bachelors degree in political science
and French and a masters degree in applied linguistics, both at Indiana University,
Bloomington. She taught English as a foreign language in Mexico City from 1993 to
Paulin teaches Reporting and Writing for News Media, Mass Media and Society,
Advanced Reporting, and Public Issues Reporting. She is the co-adviser for the
Durham Voice, a community newspaper dedicated to giving a voice to the people of
Northeast Central Durham.
My research interests include:
- News and entertainment media coverage of Latinos and other marginalized groups
- Transnational use of media under globalization
- Spanish-language media production and consumption
- Newsroom practices
- Qualitative research methods
- Framing theory and Critical Discourse Analysis
- Community journalism
- The impact of convergence on newsgathering and news consumption
- Journalism education