Richard Schutta

Adjunct Professor, University of Wisconsin – Stout
Communication Studies, Foreign Languages, and Performing Arts Department
College of Arts, Communications, Humanities and Social Sciences

Office: 74B Harvey Hall
Phone: 715-232-2309
Email: schuttar@uwstout.edu

Research Interests: • Media Law • Historical Methods (With specific focus on old-time radio and TV). • Media and Social Influence • Mass Media Communication • Mass Media and Civic Engagement • Media Ecology • Rhetoric & Public Address • Media and its Affect on Interpersonal Relationships • Interpersonal/Family Communication • Communication Theory

Education

    • Ph D Communication
      Regent University (Online-Hybrid)
      Virginia Beach, VA, United States, 2018
    • MA Communication
      Bethel University
      Arden Hills, MN, United States, 2012
    • Paralegal Certificate
      Minnesota Paralegal Institute
      Minnetonka, MN, United States, 1999
    • BA Pre-Law
      Mankato State University
      Mankato, MN, United States, 1998
    • High School Diploma
      Centennial High School
      Circle Pines, MN, United States, 1994

Work Experience

    Academic - Post-Secondary

      • University of Wisconsin – Stout, Communication Studies, Foreign Languages, and Performing Arts Department
        Adjunct Professor
        September 2015 -
      • Bethel University
        Adjunct Professor and Faculty Advisor
        August 2014 - December 2014
      • Bethel University
        Adjunct Professor
        July 2014 - August 2014
      • Bethel University
        Student Internship Faculty Advisor and Curriculum Development
        May 2014 - June 2014

    Industry

      • Bethel University
        Com302 Media Law – Teaching Assistant
        January 2013 - May 2013

Professional Memberships

  • Eastern Communication Association (ECA)
  • Broadcasters Education Association (BEA)
  • International Communication Association (ICA)
  • Media Ecology Association (MEA)
  • National Communication Association (NCA)
  • Central States Communication Association (CSCA)

Service

    Professional

    • Forensics Judge, 2015 UW-Stout Michael Nicolai Collegiate Forensics Tournament (2015)

    Community

    • group leader, Book club (April 2014 - Present)