Resume

Christine M. Tracy

christineta2@comcast.net

1215 High Street Boulder, CO 80304

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Communication and Rhetoric, May 2005 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY

M.S. Communication and Rhetoric Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

B.A, English
Villanova University, Villanova, PA 

WORK E X P E R I E N C E 

Writer and Editor@ournoosphere.com 

Produce blog and write feature-length magazine articles for regional, national, and international publications.

Boulder, Colorado 

January 2015-present  

Associate Professor, Journalism
Department of English, Language and Literature,  Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, Michigan
September 2005–2015 

Assistant Professor, Russell Sage College, Troy, NY September 2004–May 2005 

Teaching Assistant, Doctoral Student, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY. September 1999–May 2004 

Faculty Member, The Sage Colleges, Troy, NY September 1997–May 1999 

Adjunct Instructor
The College of St. Rose, Albany, NY September 1996–December 1996 

Chief Correspondent and Contributing Editor, CMC Magazine, Troy, NY
October 1994–1998 

Freelance Reporter
Albany Times Union, Albany, NY 1991–2000 

Communications Consultant. Clifton Park, NY
1987–1995 

Adjunct Faculty Member, Siena College, Loundonville, NY, Faculty Advisor for the College Newspaper, 1992–1996 

JOURNALISM

“You Don’t Have To Be Extreme To Be An Activist,” “First Down And Tech To Go,” “The New Technocracy,” and “SPARK’s treck draws tech fans.” The Ann Magazine, Ann Arbor, Michigan July 2015 to August, 2016. 

“The Soul of the Earth,” SIGNIS December 2015. 

“Teilhard de Chardin: A Pilgrim of the Future,” Science of Mind Magazine, August 2015. 

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS 

Tracy, Christine M. The Newsphere: Understanding the News and Information Environment. Peter Lang, New York 2012. 

Lapham, Christine M. (Tracy) “The Evolution of the Newspaper of the Future,” The Proficient Reader, edited by Ira Epstein and Ernie Nieratka, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, MA.1998, and in Perspectives: Online Journalism, edited by Kathleen Wickman, Coursewise Publishing, Inc., Bolder, CO 

Correspondent and editor of Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine 1994–1998. Archives available at http://www.december. com/cmc/mag F.K.A. Christine Lapham (Tracy) 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS 

Journalism and Women’s Symposium (JAWS), The Media Ecology Association, The American Teilhard Association, Rensselaer Alumni Association and Boulder Media Women 

AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

Recipient of The Beryl Spector Memorial Scholarship awarded for writing ability and potential contribution to the field of communication by the Women’s Press Club of New York, May 1994. Eastern Michigan University Sabbatical 

Award (2011–2012), Faculty Research Fellowship 2009, New Faculty Research Award 2007, EMU eFellows Technology Grant, 2007 Helen Nevens Fellowship (2007) and a 2009 Academic Service Learning Fellowship (ASL).