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Mr. Brien McHugh

 
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Name: 
Mr. Brien McHugh
Title: 
Department Chair, Professor of Mass Communication
Phone Number: 
+1 (815) 740-3683

My Blog Posts

Title Post Date
Who knew? March 27, 2018 Read More
Be a Commy! February 16, 2018 Read More
A brave, new (and streaming) world! January 2, 2018 Read More
Decisions, Decisions. November 21, 2017 Read More
USF/CMMA Visit Day This Sunday October 31, 2017 Read More
There's another doctor in the house! October 5, 2017 Read More
Give my regards to Khao San Road... August 23, 2017 Read More
Wait...what? Really?? August 3, 2017 Read More
So...what are you up to? July 11, 2017 Read More
Get on the MCAN Express! May 23, 2017 Read More
"Adulting" April 27, 2017 Read More
Blow in her face and she'll follow you anywhere** March 28, 2017 Read More
Open the pod bay door or I'll knock the A.I. out of you. February 28, 2017 Read More
…and the dinosaur you rode in on. January 17, 2017 Read More
What’s it gonna take for me to put you in this shiny, new CMMA degree today? December 22, 2016 Read More
More Distinguished Alumni! November 15, 2016 Read More
Another CMMA intern at CAT! November 3, 2016 Read More
Droning on and on October 6, 2016 Read More
Of Back-to-School, New Cars and the iPhone 7 September 8, 2016 Read More
If I only had a brain, part 2. June 21, 2016 Read More

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My Events

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My Courses

Title Department Code Creditssort descending Degree Program Type
Writing Across the Media I CMMA 213 3 hour(s) Core Required
Web Page Design CMMA 318 3 hour(s) Core, Undefined (Electives) Required
Writing Across the Media III CMMA 313 3 hour(s) Public Relations/Advertising/Journalism, Undefined (Electives) Elective

Random Feature

Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) is a great resource for student writers who want to learn more about writing mechanics, formatting (APA or MLA) and outline development.

Professor Recommended

“A teacher might not require attendance, but most often it will be factored in during final grades.” – Prof. McHugh