Bruno Battistoli

Assistant Professor of Journalism

School of Art & Media Studies

Dr. Battistoli is a member of the Communications faculty of  the School of Art and Media Studies, where he teaches journalism, mass communication and organizational communication. He holds a bachelor's degree in Journalism from SUNY New Paltz, as well as a master's degree in media studies and a doctorate in mass communications from Syracuse University. He has taught at the collegiate level for more than 10 years, including positions at SUNY New Paltz, Syracuse University and Lyndon State College in Vermont.

Dr. Battistoli's primary research focus is in risk communication with an emphasis on populations at-risk from natural disasters, exploring the field utilizing statistical analysis of survey data. His work has been published in the Sage Pulications journal, the Public Understanding of Science, as well by the International Communication Association ("ICA"). Dr. Battistoli has recently developed a secondary research focus in classroom technology and pedagogy. He is a reviewer of scholarly papers for the ICA, the Public Understanding of Science, and Conservation Biology.

In addition to his scholarly research and pedagogy, Dr. Battistoli is the academic advisor to The Equinox, where the student journalists have won statewide awards in the last two of Dr. Battistoli's three years working with the publication.  


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