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Mr. Richard Lorenc

 
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Name: 
Mr. Richard Lorenc
Title: 
Distinguished Teaching Faculty, Associate Professor of Mass Communication
Phone Number: 
+1 (815) 740-3696

My Blog Posts

Title Post Date
40 Years of Service, Oh My... October 4, 2018 Read More
WCSF-FM 88.7 30th Anniversary Reflection September 6, 2018 Read More
CMMA Cultural Trip to Chicago! April 20, 2018 Read More
University of St. Francis graduates won 4 Emmys! December 8, 2017 Read More
Fall weather is finally upon us, DRONE on and on and on… October 27, 2017 Read More
Fall weather is finally upon us, DRONE on and on and on… October 27, 2017 Read More
Here we go again, 39 years YIKES! September 6, 2017 Read More
Channel your anxiety and convert it to energy and it becomes “electric” even at an acoustic JAM! April 18, 2017 Read More
Fifty years, but it feels like yesterday! March 17, 2017 Read More
The Value of Free Expression February 21, 2017 Read More
40th Anniversary of JN/CM-MCOM-CMMA September 27, 2016 Read More
Upcoming 40th Anniversary of JN/CM-MCOM-CMMA September 2, 2016 Read More
As time goes by... March 2, 2016 Read More
Media Arts: Who owns it? December 4, 2015 Read More
Familiar Faces! October 8, 2015 Read More
The Value of Spring Break! March 4, 2015 Read More
Why conferences are good for students! October 22, 2014 Read More
A Look Back and to the Future... September 11, 2014 Read More

My Events

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My Courses

Title Department Codesort descending Credits Degree Program Type
Speech Communication CMMA 142 3 hour(s) Core Required
Introduction Video Production CMMA 237 3 hour(s) Media Arts & Broadcast, Undefined (Electives) Elective
Video Production: Studio and Field CMMA 239 3 hour(s) Media Arts & Broadcast, Undefined (Electives) Elective
Applied Video Production (1-6 Hours) CMMA 492 1 hour(s) Undefined (Electives) Elective

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