My name is J. Richard Stevens and I'm an assistant professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder studying the application of mass communication ethics to digital media communication. To read more about my research interests, check out my research mission statement.

Feel free to access my personal blog, my Technology, Media and Society blog, or my Faith in Faith blog.

I received my Ph.D. in journalism in 2004 from the University of Texas at Austin, (see my graduation photos) my master's degree in Digital Media from Abilene Christian University in 1999 and my bachelor's degree in advertising from ACU in 1996.

You can learn more about me by reading my professional biography. In addition, I have posted a copy of my personal mission statement. Also, you can read quite a bit about my personality.

Here's my online resume and an abbreviated version of my Curiculum Vita.

Here's my official CU bio.

Here is the a listing of my movie collection (last update: May 2007).

Links of Interest:
Amazon Wishlist
Personal Weblog
MTS blog

Faith in Faith blog
personal mission
professional biography
research mission statement
online resume
curiculum vita
my Web design testbed
articles of interest
my personality
my pictures
Grandmother's 90th Birthday
Killing Our Dissent
Privacy Aesthetics
Privacy Aesthetics
ISOJ Usability keynote
Technology and Journalism
Citizen Journalism
MANomyth pdf
MANomyth presentation
Technology and Media


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