2003 Ursinus College, B.A.
2005 Temple University, M.J.
2008 Ohio University, Ph.D.
Introduction to Journalism
Practicum in Student Publications
Career SpecialtiesDaniel Reimold is a leading college journalism scholar who has written and presented about the student press throughout the U.S., in parts of Southeast Asia and in the northern Kurdistan region of Iraq. He is a former Fulbright research fellow who has taught journalism, mass communication and new media courses at four universities in two countries. Prior to his arrival at UT, he served as a visiting assistant professor of journalism within Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University and a visiting scholar at the Singapore Internet Research Centre.
Professional and Community Activities:Daniel Reimold advises The Minaret student newspaper and serves as a university journalism program coordinator. He maintains College Media Matters (www.collegemediamatters.com), a student journalism industry blog affiliated with the Associated Collegiate Press, the largest and oldest U.S. student media organization. He is also the college media correspondent for PBS MediaShift and the "Campus Beat" columnist for USA Today College. His first book on college media, Sex and the University: Celebrity, Controversy, and a Student Journalism Revolution, was published in fall 2010 by Rutgers University Press. His professional experience includes stints at The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Bucks County Courier Times.
Honors and AwardsGrand Prize Winner, Great Ideas for Teachers (GIFT) competition, presented at the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication (AEJMC) conference, 2009; Fulbright research fellowship, 2008; Outstanding Ph.D. Student, Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University, 2008; Four-time AEJMC GIFT Scholar, 2007-2010; AEJMC “Promising Professors” first-place winner, graduate student category, 2007; Graduate Associate Outstanding Teaching Award, Ohio University, 2007; Scripps Howard Teaching Fellowship, 2005-2008; Kappa Tau Alpha “Top Scholar” Award, journalism master’s program, Temple University, 2005; Philadelphia Inquirer’s first Ralph Vigoda Memorial Award for passion in journalism, 2004.