Dr. Terre Layng Rosner

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Dr. Terre Layng Rosner
Professor of Visual Communication, MFA, PhD
Room Number: 
S408, Tower Hall, Joliet Campus
Phone Number: 
+1 (815) 740-5064

My Blog Posts

Title Post Date
You are "THE MEDIA" October 4, 2015 Read More
Why do movies today seem terminally existentialist? December 1, 2014 Read More
We Need Valentine’s Day February 11, 2017 Read More
TMI! September 23, 2016 Read More
Some poor guy who jumped off the roof into a tube of goo and didn’t exactly make it September 9, 2015 Read More
So Become INFORMED! March 23, 2016 Read More
Reflections About Spring Break March 9, 2017 Read More
Rationalizing Ethics November 20, 2015 Read More
My Share of the Bill July 31, 2014 Read More
Little Assaults and Committing Care December 7, 2015 Read More
Life in the Circus February 22, 2018 Read More
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Election October 15, 2016 Read More
I Don’t Facebook April 12, 2015 Read More
Hey, Hey, Holy Mackerel—The Cubs Are On Their Way! (There's always next year...) October 28, 2015 Read More
Digital Brain Conditioning September 25, 2014 Read More
Did You Watch the Fight? August 28, 2017 Read More
Beauty and Body Image September 17, 2018 Read More
Beauty and Body Image September 17, 2018 Read More
Anyone for a little SMB (and I am not even sure what the “B” stands for)? February 19, 2015 Read More
An Inconvenient Reality—The Super Bowl February 11, 2016 Read More


My Events

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My Courses

Titlesort ascending Department Code Credits Degree Program Type
Web Publishing and Platforms CMMA 335 3 hour(s) Media Arts & Broadcast, Undefined (Electives) Elective
Multimedia Arts II CMMA 351 3 hour(s) Media Arts & Broadcast Required
Multimedia Arts I CMMA 251 3 hour(s) Core Required
Intro to Comm & Media Arts CMMA 103 3 hour(s) Core Required

Random Feature

"It is not your aptitude, but your attitude, that determines your altitude." - Zig Ziglar

Professor Recommended

"Get an external hard drive as early on in your college career as possible. Keep files organized and archived. This will pay off when developing a professional portfolio." - Prof. Rosner