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Congratulations to Lisa Duke Cornell and Johanna Cleary!

Published: April 29th, 2015

Category: Faculty news

lisadukecornell   jcleary Congratulations to Lisa Duke Cornell and Johanna Cleary on their upcoming retirement. Together they have served our College for almost 28 years.

Lisa joined the Advertising faculty in 1998 after working for 10 years as a copywriter/creative supervisor at Long Haymes Car/Lintas. She worked on such major accounts as Hanes, Planters, Lifesavers, Wachovia Bank and others. She has taught Qualitative Research, Copywriting and Visualization and Special Topics in Mass Communication. Her research has focused on the role of creativity in advertising and in helping facilitate creative solutions to marketing problems. In 2001, Lisa was recognized as our College’s Teacher of the Year.

Johanna joined the Telecommunication faculty in 2004. From 1985-2001 she worked for Alabama Public Television in her home state. Johanna has been a versatile teacher of undergraduate and graduate students, teaching Ethics, Investigative Reporting, World Communication Systems, and Mass Communication Theory. Her research has focused on newsroom management, broadcast history, and international communication. She served as the Telecommunication Department’s Graduate Coordinator for six years. We are excited that Johanna will continue to work with us as an adjunct.

Lisa and Johanna, we wish you all the best as you embark on your new journeys. Thank you for your scholarship and service to CJC and our students.

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