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1 1 CURRICULUM VITAE ALAN SCHROEDER Northeastern University School of Journalism 102 Lake Hall Boston, Massachusetts USA phone: fax: EDUCATION Master of Public Administration, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, June Bachelor of Arts (magna cum laude), Wichita State University, May (Journalism major, Spanish minor). EMPLOYMENT HISTORY ACADEMIC Professor (Full/Associate/Assistant), School of Journalism, Northeastern University. September 1995 to present. Acting Director, School of Journalism, Northeastern University. July 2001 to August Assistant/Associate Professor, Roy H. Park School of Communications, Ithaca College. August 1989 to May PRE-ACADEMIC Ten years as a television producer at local network affiliates in Boston, Denver, and Wichita. Five years as a newspaper reporter and columnist in Wichita. Producer, People Are Talking, WBZ-TV, Boston. February 1984 to August Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Information Agency, Washington, D.C., Quito and Guayaquil, Ecuador. Writer/Producer, various free-lance projects. SCHOLARSHIP/RESEARCH BOOKS Schroeder, Alan. Presidential Debates: Risky Business on the Campaign Trail. New York: Columbia University Press, 2016, third edition. A behind-the-scenes history of televised presidential debates from 1960 to 2012, emphasizing how these programs function as television productions and media events. Previous editions: Presidential Debates: 50 Years of High-Risk TV (Columbia University Press, 2008) and Presidential Debates: 50 Years of High-Risk TV (Columbia University Press, 2000). Schroeder, Alan. Writing and Producing TV News: From Newsroom to Air. New York: Oxford University Press, A textbook for students about television newswriting and producing. Schroeder, Alan. Celebrity-in-Chief: How Show Business Took Over the White House. Boulder: Westview Press, A critical history of the relationship between U.S. presidents and entertainers. BOOK CHAPTERS Schroeder, Alan. Lecciones para ganar debates políticos televisados ( Lessons for winning televised political debates ), Chapter 19.4 in Consultoría política (Madrid: Editorial Amarante, Universidad José Camilo Cela, 2016). Brief chapter, in Spanish, in book about political consulting.

2 2 Schroeder, Alan. Prólogo: La Cara Oculta de Debates Electorales ( Prologue: The Hidden Face of the Face-to-Face Debates ). (Madrid: Nautebook, Instituto de Comunicación Impresarial, 2013). Introductory chapter, in Spanish, to book by Manuel Campo Vidal, president of the Academia de las Ciencias y las Artes de Televisión in Madrid, Spain, and moderator of the Spanish Schroeder, Alan. Church, State, and Media: Presidential Politics at the Saddleback Forum, in Burgard, Stephen (Ed.). Faith, Politics, and Press In Our Perilous Times. (Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt, 2010). This chapter analyzes the sole joint campaign appearance by Barack Obama and John McCain outside the 2008 Schroeder, Alan. Debates Presidenciales en España y Estados Unidos: Diferencias y Similitudes ( Presidential Debates in Spain and the United States: Differences and Similarities ), in Campo Vidal, Manuel (Ed.). El Debate de los Debates 2008: España y EEUU (Barcelona: Ambit, 2009). This chapter compares formats and sponsorship of the 2008 presidential debates in Spain and the USA. ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES Schroeder, Alan. John F. Kennedy Press Conferences, a brief history of live news conferences conducted by President John F. Kennedy, ; and Irving R. Levine, a profile of the veteran newsman. In Murray, Michael D. (Ed.). The Encyclopedia of Television News. Phoenix: Oryx Press, ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS Schroeder, Alan. Media Sponsorship of the 2000 Primary Debates. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 5(4, Fall 2000): Schroeder, Alan. A Question of Access: Campaign Documentaries in the 1990s. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 3(4, Fall 1998): Schroeder, Alan. Great Dialogue Scenes: Sexual Tension in Double Indemnity. Creative Screenwriting 5(1, January/February 1998):6-7. Schroeder, Alan. Thieves Like Us: Altman and Tewkesbury s Faulkner. Creative Screenwriting 4(3, Fall 1997): Schroeder, Alan. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid: A Modern Paradigm. Creative Screenwriting 3(3, Winter 1996): Schroeder, Alan. Watching Between the Lines: Presidential Debates As Television. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 1(4, Fall 1996): Schroeder, Alan. An Interview with Ken Burns. Creative Screenwriting 2(2, Summer 1995): NON-REFEREED ARTICLES (selected) February 2016: Schroeder, Alan. One on one in New Hampshire: Clinton vs. Sanders, Huffington Post column regarding the pre-new Hampshire primary Democratic primary URL: 7 February 2016: Schroeder, Alan. Rubio s Stepford malfunction: the GOP New Hampshire: debate, Huffington Post column regarding the pre-new Hampshire primary Republican primary URL: 15 April 2016: Schroeder, Alan. Hillary and Bernie in Brooklyn: The Farewell Tour, Huffington Post column regarding the pre-new York primary Democratic primary

3 3 URL: 27 May 2016: Schroeder, Alan. A Trump-Sanders Debate: Who Wins What? Huffington Post column regarding the possibility of a debate between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders. URL: April 2015: Schroeder, Alan. Stars Versus Supporting Cast: Reviewing the ITV Leaders Debate. Column in the Huffington Post regarding the seven-way debate among political party leaders in the United Kingdom. URL: 1 May 2015: Schroeder, Alan. What American Voters Can Learn from the Brits. Column in the Huffington Post regarding the town hall event held among the leading candidates for prime minister of the United Kingdom. URL: 27 May 2015: Schroeder, Alan. 5 Questions about the Republican Presidential Debates. Column in the Huffington Post regarding the upcoming Republican presidential primary URL: 27 July 2015: Schroeder, Alan. 4 Tactics for Debating Donald Trump. Column in the Huffington Post regarding tactical options for the first Republican presidential primary URL: 6 August 2015: Schroeder, Alan. The Undercard: First Impressions from the Second-Tier Republican Debate, review of the Fox News Channel afternoon Republican URL: 7 August 2015: Schroeder, Alan. Rumble on the Cuyahoga: the First 2016 GOP Debate, review of the Fox News Channel prime-time Republican URL: 15 September 2015: Schroeder, Alan. Previewing the Second 2016 Republican Debate, regarding the upcoming CNN debate among contenders for the Republican presidential nomination. URL: 201_b_ html?utm_hp_ref=politics 17 September 2015: Schroeder, Alan. Reagan Wannabes: the 2 nd 2016 GOP Debate, regarding the CNN Reagan Library URL: 10 October 2015: Schroeder, Alan. Democratic Primary Debates versus Republican Primary Debates, Huffington Post column regarding the upcoming first Democratic presidential debate of the 2016 cycle. URL: 29 October 2015: Schroeder, Alan. Rocky Mountain Snooze: the Third GOP Presidential Debate, regarding the third Republican primary URL: 11 November 2015: Schroeder, Alan. Bad Debaters, Good Debaters, Huffington Post column regarding the fourth Republican primary URL:

4 4 15 November 2015: Schroeder, Alan. How the Democratic Debates Help Hillary Clinton, Huffington Post column regarding the second Democratic primary URL: 16 December 2015: Schroeder, Alan. La agresividad le salió cara a Pedro Sánchez, column in El Huffington Post (Madrid, Spain), regarding the final presidential debate in Spain before national elections. URL: 20 December 2015: Schroeder, Alan. What Hillary Clinton Gets: the Third Democratic Presidential Debate, Huffington Post column regarding the third Democratic primary URL: August 2014: Article previewing the television debate by party leaders on the Scottish independence referendum, published in the Sunday Mail of Glasgow, Scotland. 17 October 2014: Schroeder, Alan. Rick Scott s Epic Blunder. Column in the Huffington Post regarding the Florida gubernatorial URL: March 2013: Schroeder, Alan. The Senate Prospects of Ashley Judd, column published in the Huffington Post. URL: January 2012: Schroeder, Alan. New Hampshire Double-Header: A Tale of Two Debates, column published in the Huffington Post. URL: 19 February 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Back from Hiatus: Return of the GOP Debaters, column published in the Huffington Post. URL: 22 February 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Final Four: The GOP Arizona Debate, column published in the Huffington Post. URL: 14 March Schroeder, Alan. Now Is the Time for More Republican Debates, column published in the Huffington Post. URL: 26 April 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Débat présidentiel français: une perspective américaine, column published in the French-language online publication Le Huffington Post. URL: 4 May 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Décrypter les visuels du débat Hollande-Sarkozy, column published in the French-language online publication Le Huffington Post. URL:

5 5 12 August 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Political Olympics Preview, column published by Huffington Post Voices magazine and on the Huffington Post website, regarding the 2012 U.S. URL: 18 August 2012: Schroeder, Alan. The Challenge of Selecting Presidential Debate Moderators, column cross-published by Huffington Post and the Presidential Debate Blog. URL: URL (PDB): 14 September 2012: Schroeder, Alan. A 2012 Debate Prep Checklist, column cross-published by Huffington Post and the Presidential Debate Blog. URL: URL (PDB): 30 September 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Shake hands and come out swinging, lead op-ed column in the New York Daily News, previewing the first Obama-Romney URL: 1 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. TV campaign debates: America s political gift to the world, article for the History News Network website. URL: 3 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Not Perfect, But They Serve a Purpose, column published as part of the blog Room for Debate: A Running Commentary in the New York Times online. URL: 4 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Romney wasn t stellar, but Obama fell short, column published on CNN.com s opinion page. URL: 7 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. 2012, Round One: A Post-Debate Post-Mortem, column crosspublished by Huffington Post and the Presidential Debate Blog. URLs: 10 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Massachusetts Senate debates, round three: Warren over Brown, column published by Huffington Post. URL: 12 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Like a father-son brawl, column published on CNN.com s opinion page. URL: 14 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Veep Debate Post-Mortem: What the Pundits Missed, column published by Huffington Post and cross-posted on the Presidential Debate Blog.

6 6 16 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Debate rules guard against unscripted moments, column published by Politico.com about the Memorandum of Understanding negotiated by the presidential campaigns. URL: 17 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. How Obama aced the comeback, column published in the Opinion section of CNN.com, regarding the second presidential URL: 20 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. The Dramatic Arc of the 2012 Presidential Debates, column published in the Huffington Post. URL: 23 October 2012: Schroeder, Alan. Was Obama too relentless with Romney?, column published in the Opinion section of CNN.com, regarding the final presidential URL: Schroeder, Alan. When Pundits Run for President: A Megaphone Problem, column published as part of the blog Room for Debate: A Running Commentary in the New York Times online, 2 March URL: Schroeder, Alan. Why Republicans Shouldn t Sponsor Republican Debates, column published in the Huffington Post, 2 April URL: Schroeder, Alan. Can Trump Close the Deal with Voters? We Know Him Too Well, column published as part of the blog Room for Debate: A Running Commentary in the New York Times online, 20 April URL: Schroeder, Alan. Second Stringers: the First Republican Debate, column published in the Huffington Post, 5 May URL: Schroeder, Alan. Michele Bachmann s Presidential Debate Debut, column published in the Huffington Post, 14 June URL: Schroeder, Alan. Comedy and Politics: A Combustible Mix, column published in the Huffington Post, 20 June URL: Schroeder, Alan. A Novelty, Not a Revolution, column published in the Huffington Post about the Republican Twitter 21 July URL: Schroeder, Alan. Showdown in Ames: The Republican Debate, column published in the Huffington Post about the Republican debate in Iowa, 11 August 2011.

7 7 URL: Schroeder, Alan. September Debate Preview: Rick Perry and the 2012 Republicans, column published in the Huffington Post previewing Texas Gov. Rick Perry s debut in the presidential primary debates, 4 September URL: Schroeder, Alan. In the Shadow of Reagan: Rick Perry s Presidential Debate Debut, column published in the Huffington Post about the 7 September presidential primary debate at the Reagan Library, 8 September URL: Schroeder, Alan. Rick Perry, Human Piñata, column published in the Huffington Post about the 12 September presidential primary debate sponsored by CNN and the Tea Party, 12 September URL: Schroeder, Alan. Perry v. Romney: Badminton at the Debate Hall, column published in the Huffington Post about the 22 September presidential primary debate sponsored by Fox News and Google, 23 September URL: Schroeder, Alan. Debate at Dartmouth: Jobs, Economics, and the GOP, column published in the Huffington Post about the 11 October presidential primary debate at Dartmouth sponsored by Bloomberg News and the Washington Post, 11 October URL: Schroeder, Alan. What Happened in Vegas: The Romney-Perry Bout, column published in the Huffington Post about the 18 October presidential primary debate in Las Vegas, 18 October URL: Schroeder, Alan. Rick Perry: Afraid to Debate? Column published in the Huffington Post about Gov. Rick Perry s reluctance to take part in presidential primary debates, 28 October URL: Schroeder, Alan. The Elephant in the Room: Republicans Debate in Michigan, column published in the Huffington Post about the 9 November presidential primary debate, 9 November URL: Schroeder, Alan. The Commander-in-Chief Debate, column published in the Huffington Post about the CBS News international affairs presidential primary debate on 12 November, 14 November URL: Schroeder, Alan. Thanksgiving from Hell: The Republican Family Forum, column published in the Huffington Post about a values-oriented Republican gathering on 19 November, 21 November URL: Schroeder, Alan. The Republican Think Tank Debate, column published in the Huffington Post about the CNN national security debate, 22 November URL: 2010

8 8 Schroeder, Alan. A Solo Act, Theatrics Required. Column about President Obama s state of the union address, published as part of the blog Room for Debate: A Running Commentary in the New York Times online, 26 January URL: Schroeder, Alan. Sarah Palin s Tea Party Speech: Beneath the Surface a Troubling Contradiction Lurks. Column published in the Huffington Post, 9 February URL: Schroeder, Alan. Leaders Debates: live TV by committee. Column about the British prime ministerial debates published in the (U.K.) Guardian online, 3 March URL: Schroeder, Alan. Faux Interviews, Fox News: Sarah Palin s Branding Problem. Column about Sarah Palin s political image published in the Huffington Post, 1 April URL: Schroeder, Alan. How politicians can jazz up live Op-ed column about the risks of television debates published in the (U.K.) Financial Times. 12 April URL: Schroeder, Alan. Late to the Party: Britain Loses Its Debate Virginity. Column about the British prime ministerial debates published in the Huffington Post, 14 April URL: Schroeder, Alan. Prime Minister Debate: The View from England. Column published in the Presidential Debate Blog, 14 April URL: Schroeder, Alan. Who Won Britain s Prime Minister Debate? Column published in the Presidential Debate Blog, 16 April URL: Schroeder, Alan. The British Debates, Round Two. Column published in the Presidential Debate Blog, 26 April URL: A first for British politics, Interview Q&A for Northeastern University website about the first-ever televised prime ministerial debates in the United Kingdom, 16 April URL: Schroeder, Alan. Three short articles about the British prime ministerial debates, published in the Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland), 18 April, 25 April, and 2 May Schroeder, Alan. Lessons for American Politicians from the British TV Debates. Column published in the Huffington Post, 30 April URL: Schroeder, Alan. Summing up the British PM Column published in the Presidential Debate Blog, 30 April URL:

9 9 Schroeder, Alan. Barack Obama: Mad Men Aficionado. Column published in the Huffington Post, 14 July URL: Schroeder, Alan. The Kennedy-Nixon Debates: A Legacy Under Siege, column published in the Huffington Post, 25 September URL: Schroeder, Alan. David Letterman issues second mea culpa in Palin spat. Column published in Politico, 16 June URL: Schroeder, Alan, and Christoph Bieber. Eine Welt voller Debatten. Article about televised political debates around the world published on the website Tageschau.de, which is part of the German television network ARD, 13 September (Co-authored with Dr. Christoph Bieber of the Center for Media and Interactivity, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Gießen, Germany.) URL: Schroeder, Alan, and Christoph Bieber. TV election debates attract viewers but are short on substance. Article about the effects of televised political debates around the world. Published on the website of Deutsche Welle, the German overseas news service, 12 September (Co-authored with Christoph Bieber.) URL: Schroeder, Alan. No Choice but Ubiquity. Short essay analyzing President Obama's media strategy, published in the "Room for Debate" forum in the New York Times online edition, 24 September URL: Schroeder, Alan. No Debate: Liven up these forums. Op-ed column about Massachusetts mayoral and senatorial debates, and how creative formats might produce more interesting events. Published in the Boston Globe, 29 October URL:http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/editorial_opinion/oped/articles/2009/10/29/no_debate_liven _up_these_forums/ 2008 Schroeder, Alan. Presidential Debates: Beyond the Fourth of July. Column posted on the website of Columbia University Press, 8 July URL: Schroeder, Alan. Vice Presidential Candidates and the Debates. Column posted on the website of Columbia University Press, 5 August URL: Schroeder, Alan. Saddleback a comfy fit for McCain. Op-ed column published in the Boston Globe, 19 August URL: _fit_for_mccain/ Schroeder, Alan. Vice presidential debate thoughts. Column published in the Presidential Debate Blog, 29 August URL: Schroeder, Alan. Presidential debates: let the negotiations begin. Column published in the Presidential Debate Blog, 9 September URL:

10 10 Schroeder, Alan. Candidates need issues to win Column published in Politico print and on-line editions, 25 September URL: Schroeder, Alan. John McCain s risky maneuver. Column cross-posted on the Presidential Debate Blog and the Columbia University Press website, 25 September URL: Schroeder, Alan. Good format, bad format. Column cross-posted on the Presidential Debate Blog and the Columbia University Press website, 3 October URL: Schroeder, Alan. There s No Debate About It. Feature essay in Washington Post Sunday Outlook section about the value of presidential debates, 17 October Schroeder, Alan. Viewers Guide to the Presidential Debates Miniseries. Column published in the political blog Cinemocracy, 4 October Schroeder, Alan. Not-so-free speech, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 27 September Op-ed column about restrictions in the town hall presidential debate in St. Louis, Missouri. Schroeder, Alan. Shall We Dance? Northeastern magazine, September Cover story about the role of entertainers in presidential campaigns. Schroeder, Alan. George Bush s Celebrity Problem. Column published in the political blog Cinemocracy, 5 August Schroeder, Alan. The future TV debate match-ups. Op-ed column published in the Boston Globe, 9 November Schroeder, Alan. New Visions in Journalism Schools. Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 August Feature essay about trends in journalism education. Schroeder, Alan. Meet the Press. Feature essay about my experience as a media commentator during the 2000 presidential debate season published in Northeastern magazine, January Schroeder, Alan. Who Wants to Be a Debater? Chronicle of Higher Education, 13 October Feature essay about academic involvement in Schroeder, Alan. Debate details: The devil is in the format. San Jose Mercury News, 8 October Feature essay about presidential debate formats. Schroeder, Alan. The debate winner: viewers. Op-ed column published in the Boston Globe, 19 September BOOK REVIEWS Schroeder, Alan. Book Review, This Just In by Bob Schieffer (New York: Putnam, 2003). Published in the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Vol. 49, No. 3, (JOBEM is a scholarly journal published quarterly by the Broadcast Education Association.)

11 11 ON-LINE COMMENTARY : Politico Arena. As an Arena Player, I made periodic contributions to Politico s daily on-line debate about current political issues. 26 September, 2 October, 7 October, and 15 October 2008: Participant in live on-line presidential debate commentary for Politico s The Arena. 15 and 29 April 2010: Contributor to live-blogging of the first and third British prime ministerial debates, (U.K.) Financial Times on-line. URL for first debate: URL for third debate: CREATIVE PRODUCTIVITY (selected) Class of 72: 52-minute video documentary for which I served as writer, director and presenter. Aired on Kansas Public Television, April America With the Top Down (U.K. title: As American As Apple Pie): Two-hour documentary film for which I served as presenter, associate producer, researcher, and graphic artist. Aired in the U.S. on PBS's Travels series, January 1992, and in the U.K. on Thames TV/Channel Four's Travelers' Tales, September PRESENTATIONS & PROCEEDINGS (selected) 2016/INTERNATIONAL January 2016: Guest speaker at various events organized by the Embassy of the United States in Manila, Philippines, related to journalistic coverage of elections and campaign debates in the Philippines and the U.S. Events included workshops with local and regional journalists, lectures at local colleges, and a meeting with the organizers of the 2016 Philippine These events took place in Manila, Cebu City, and Caragan de Oro (Mindanao), and included the following: 25 January 2016: Keynote speaker at 6 th U.S. Embassy Regional Media Seminar, Elections Reporting and Press Freedom, in Cebu City. February-March 2016: Visiting professor at Universidad Camilo José Cela in Madrid, Spain, teaching undergraduate classes in television journalism and television production. March 2016: Guest speaker at various events organized by the Embassy of the United States in Madrid, Spain and the U.S. Consulate in Barcelona, Spain. Events included round-table discussions with Spanish journalists in both cities, including a session at the Collegi de Periodistes in Barcelona, and presentations at CEU San Pablo University in Madrid and University of Vic in Cataluña. 30 March 2016: Lead speaker at conference entitled Debates y elecciones primarias en Estados Unidos en 2016, organized by the Hispanic Council, la Asociación de Comunicación Política (ACOP) and the Universidad Camilo José Cela (UCJC). Link to story: 18 March 2016: Keynote speaker at Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Periodística (SEP) (Society of Spanish Journalists), held at the Universidad Camilo José Cela in Madrid, Spain. Lecture title: The Information Diet: Quality versus Quantity.

12 12 20 March 2016: Lecture to participants in the government simulation exercise at the Universidad Camilo José Cela in Madrid, Spain. Topic: Behind the scenes of television news interviews. 2015/INTERNATIONAL 8 January 2015: Seminar taught in Spanish to masters students at Next International Business School in Madrid, Spain, on the use of visual storytelling in communicating messages. 9 and 10 January 2015: Two-day workshop on electoral debates presented in Spanish at Universidad José Camilo Cela in Madrid, Spain. The 20 students were participants in the MAICOP masters program, specializing in political and media consulting, and came from Spain and Latin America. 11 December 2015: Workshop on electoral debates presented in Spanish at Universidad José Camilo Cela in Madrid, Spain. The 12 students were participants in the MAICOP masters program, specializing in political and media consulting, and came from Spain and Latin America. 14 December 2015: Seminar taught in Spanish to masters students at Next International Business School in Madrid, Spain, on the use of visual storytelling in communicating messages. 2014/INTERNATIONAL 20 February 2014: Presentation in Spanish to masters students at Next International Business School in Madrid, Spain, on the public relations lessons of televised campaign 21 and 22 February 2014: Two-day workshop on electoral debates presented in Spanish at Universidad José Camilo Cela in Madrid, Spain. The 20 students were participants in the MAICOP masters program, specializing in political and media consulting, and came from Spain and Latin America. 25 February 2014: Live testimony via video-link to the Select Committee on Communications Inquiry on Broadcast General Election Debates, British House of Lords. One of three American experts invited to testify regarding the sponsorship of televised electoral The inquiry was held in advance of the 2015 national elections in the United Kingdom. 26 April 2014: Spanish-language political ads in the U.S, presentation in Boston for 20 students from the MAICOP masters program, specializing in political and media consulting. The students came from Spain and Latin America. 2013/INTERNATIONAL 2 April 2013: Spanish-language political ads in the U.S, presentation in Boston for 20 students from the MAICOP masters program, specializing in political and media consulting. The students came from Spain and Latin America. 2012/INTERNATIONAL January 2012: El Debate Sobre el Debate, international congress about televised electoral debates, held in Madrid, Spain, and sponsored by the Academia de las Artes y las Sciencias de Television. I appeared on two panels, discussing debate formats and the increasing prevalence of debates around the world December 2012: Two-day workshop on electoral debates presented in Spanish at Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain. The 20 students were participants in the MAICOP masters program, specializing in political and media consulting, and came from Spain and Latin America. 2012/REGIONAL & LOCAL 13 September 2012: Panelist, Political Campaign Debates: What Wikipedia Won t Tell You, presented as part of the Americana Democracy Project at Rhode Island College, Providence, RI. Link to story:

13 13 Link to story: 31 October 2012: Panelist, Assessing the Debates and the Homestretch, presented as part of a series of discussions of the presidential election sponsored by the Department of Political Science at Northeastern University, held on the NU campus. 28 November 2012: Election 2012 Media and its Impact on the Presidential Elections, lecture presented as part of the Insights series for Northeastern University alumni at the Harvard Club in downtown Boston. 2011/INTERNATIONAL March 2011: How to Win a Presidential Debate, multimedia lecture in Spanish at Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain. This lecture opened a three-day international debate competition for college students from throughout Spain and Latin America, for which I also served as a judge. December 2011: Two-day workshop on electoral debates presented in Spanish at Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain. The 15 students were participants in the MAICOP masters program, specializing in political and media consulting, and came from Spain and Latin America. 2010/INTERNATIONAL February 2010: Visuals and the Political Press. Multimedia lecture with Q&A in Spanish at the Universidad de la Sabana, Bogotá, Colombia, presented to about 25 faculty and students, sponsored by the Embassy of the United States in Bogotá. June 2010: Golden Moments from TV Debates. Multimedia lecture at international meeting of the Asociación Comunicación Política (Political Communication Association), Bilbao, Spain. 2009/INTERNATIONAL February 2009: Informal presentation in Spanish about presidential debates to the Academia de las Artes y Ciencias de Television (Academy of Television Arts and Sciences), Madrid, Spain. March 2009: International Seminar on Elections and Political Campaigns at the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University in Washington, DC. Presentation in Spanish to approximately 120 politicians, consultants, and government officials from throughout Latin America. Topic: the 2008 American April 2009: Lessons of the Presidential Debates. Lecture presentation in Spanish at El Senado (Palace of the Senate) in Madrid, Spain. April 2009: Lessons of the Presidential Debates. Lecture presentation in Spanish at the Colegio de Periodistas (School of Journalism) in Barcelona, Spain. April 2009: Lessons of the Presidential Debates. Lecture presentation in Spanish at the Universidad de Valencia in Valencia, Spain. 2008/INTERNATIONAL November 2008: How Obama Won: A Media Perspective. Multimedia lecture to students and faculty at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. November 2008: How Obama Won: A Media Perspective. Multimedia lecture to students and faculty at Mainz University in Mainz, Germany.

14 14 November 2008: Presentation to group of German TV and web journalists about innovations in media coverage of the 2008 U.S. presidential debates, Berlin, Germany. December 2008: How Obama Won: A Media Perspective. Multimedia lecture to students and faculty at the University of Southern Denmark, in Odense, Denmark. 2008/REGIONAL-LOCAL October 2008: Election panel on the 2008 presidential debates, sponsored by the Northeastern University Political Science Department. October 2008: Presentation on presidential debates to Boston-area Northeastern University alumni at Henderson House in Weston, Massachusetts. October 2008: Presentation on presidential debates to Washington-area Northeastern University alumni at the Cosmos Club in Washington, D.C. 7 November 2008: Dealing with the News Media: Lessons from the Political Pros. Guest lecture to students in Northeastern University s Law & Policy Doctorate Program in Boston. 13 December 2008: Dealing with the News Media: Lessons from the Political Pros. Guest lecture to students in Northeastern University s Law & Policy Doctorate Program in Boston. 2006/REGIONAL-LOCAL September 2006: Media Message and Meaning: How to Interpret the 2006 Rhode Island Debates. Panelist in discussion sponsored by Rhode Island College in Providence. 2005/NATIONAL June 2005: Roosevelt Reading Festival, Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library. One of several authors invited to speak about Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt in a day-long symposium at the FDR Library in Hyde Park, New York. I made two presentations on the topic of the Roosevelts and their Hollywood connections. 2005/REGIONAL-LOCAL July 2005: Pop Culture and Politics Summer Residency Program, New England College, Henniker, New Hampshire. Two-hour presentation to group of political professionals about the intersection of politics and entertainment. Other speakers at the event included civil rights activist James Meredith, Senator Joseph Lieberman, and former National Organization of Women president Patricia Ireland. 2004/INTERNATIONAL May 2004: Presentation to a group of 12 Afghani journalists visiting the U.S. as part of a Radio Free Europe tour. Topic: news coverage of U.S. presidential elections. December 2004: El V Seminario Sobre Estrategias de Campañas Electorales. Presentation in Spanish to group of 100 Latin American politicians, academics, and students at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Topic: La importancia de los debates electorales ( The importance of electoral debates ). 2004/REGIONAL-LOCAL October 2004: Newton (Massachusetts) Community Education Lifetime Learning program. Presentation to 200 senior citizens. Topic: The 2004 Presidential Debates. 2001/REGIONAL-LOCAL

15 15 October 2001: Special Seminar Series: Assessing the Causes and Consequences of September 11 th, Appeared as a member of a panel of Northeastern University professors reflecting on the one-month anniversary of the attacks on the U.S. Topic: media coverage in the aftermath of the events. 2001/NATIONAL October 2001: Guest lecturer, Wichita State University Elliot School of Communication in Wichita, Kansas. I took part in four Communications Week events: a luncheon lecture on the media s role after the September 11 attacks; an evening panel discussion on the rise of new technologies; a job-hunting panel for communications students; and a ceremony in which I was honored as an outstanding alumnus of the institution. 2001/INTERNATIONAL October 2001: Presentation to a delegation of journalists from the central Asian republics visiting the United States under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State. Topic: the relationship between journalism education and the profession of journalism. 2000/INTERNATIONAL June and October 2000: International Digital Video Conferences. Speaker about news coverage of the 2000 U.S. election for audiences in China (June) and Peru (October), sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. 2000/NATIONAL October 2000: Great Teachers program, Wake Forest University. Guest lecturer and panelist during several days of events held in conjunction with the second Gore-Bush presidential The debate took place on the WFU campus. 2000/REGIONAL-LOCAL July 2000: Guest lecturer at American Studies Summer Institute for Middle and High School Teachers, cosponsored by John F. Kennedy Library and University of Massachusetts-Boston. Topic: presidential October 2000: Presidential Debate Preview, multimedia lecture at Harvard University s Institute of Politics at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, delivered the evening of the first Bush-Gore 1997/REGIONAL-LOCAL Summer 1997: Media Literacy Workshop, Northeastern University. Co-taught a weeklong seminar in media literacy for high school teachers from around Massachusetts. Worked with participants to produce, shoot, write, and edit a short television documentary. 1994/NATIONAL March 1994: Schroeder, Alan. Developing, Reforming, and Revising a Journalism Curriculum. Paper presented at National Broadcasting Society Alpha Epsilon Rho national convention, New York City. 1993/INTERNATIONAL July 1993: Consultant and educator to television journalists from around the South Pacific. Month-long teaching visit to Fiji, co-sponsored by Pacific Island News Association, Suva, Fiji, and U.S. Information Agency (Department of State). 1989/NATIONAL December 1989: Schroeder, Alan. Reforms in Presidential Debates: A Summary of What Has Been Tried and Proposed. Paper presented to the Presidential Debates Conference, Washington, D.C., co-sponsored by Annenberg Washington Program in Communications Policy Studies and Harvard University's Joan Shorenstein Barone Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy.

16 16 GRANTS/INTERNAL : Enhance grant, Office of the Provost, Northeastern University. Grant amount: $8,000. Topic: Campaign Debates Around the World : Research and Scholarship Development Fund grant, Office of the Provost, Northeastern University. Grant amount: $9,475. Topic: The Influence of Show Business on the White House : Research and Scholarship Development Fund grant, Office of the Provost, Northeastern University. Grant amount: $4,300. Topic: Televised Presidential Debates. GRANTS/EXTERNAL Academic Specialist grant from the U.S. Information Agency (Department of State) to consult with Fiji and Pacific Island television journalists in Fiji, July Grant amount: $3,250, plus international travel. COURSES TAUGHT, 1995-present QUARTER Fall 1995 COURSE NUMBER JRN COURSE TITLE Interpreting the Day s News # of STUDENTS 72 Fall 1995 JRN 1421 Television Newswriting 12 Fall 1995 JRN 1890 Directed Study 3 Winter 1996 JRN 1421/3710 Television Newswriting 8 undergraduate 11 graduate Winter 1996 JRN 1422 Television News 11 Production Winter 1996 JRN 1890 Directed Study 5 Spring 1996 JRN 1422/3730 Television News Production 10 undergraduate 5 graduate Spring 1996 JRN 1104 Newswriting II 16 Spring 1996 JRN 1890 Directed Study QUARTER Fall 1996 COURSE NUMBER JRN 1103 COURSE TITLE Newswriting I # of STUDENTS 19 Fall 1996 JRN 1421 Television Newswriting 15 Fall 1996 JRN 1890 Directed Study 2 Winter 1997 JRN 3710 Topics: Television 20 Newswriting Winter 1997 JRN 1422 Television News 13 Production Winter 1997 JRN 1890 Directed Study 5 Spring 1997 JRN 1422/3423 Television News Production 10 undergraduate 5 graduate Spring 1997 JRN 1704 Newswriting II Honors Spring 1997 JRN 1890 Directed Study 5 Summer 1997 JRN 1421 Television Newswriting 6 Summer 1997 JRN 1890 Directed Study QUARTER COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE # of STUDENTS

17 17 Fall 1997 JRN 1250 Interpreting the Day s 59 News Fall 1997 JRN 1421 TV Newswriting 19 Fall 1997 JRN 1104 Newswriting II 20 Fall 1997 JRN 1890 Directed Study 5 Spring 1998 JRN 1422/3423 Television News Production 7 undergraduate 4 graduate Spring 1998 JRN 1423/3720 Documentary Production 14 undergraduate 3 graduate Spring 1998 JRN 1890 Directed Study 4 Summer 1998 JRN 1421/3421 Television Newswriting 10 undergraduate 3 graduate Summer 1998 JRN 1890 Directed Study 5 QUARTER Fall 1998 COURSE NUMBER JRN COURSE TITLE Interpreting the Day s News # of STUDENTS 65 Fall 1998 JRN 1421 Television Newswriting 15 Fall 1998 JRN 1890/3890 Directed Study 4 undergraduate 1 graduate Spring 1999 JRN 1104 Newswriting II 19 Spring 1999 JRN 1423/3720 Documentary Production 12 undergraduate 6 graduate Summer 1999 JRN 1421/3421 Television Newswriting 8 undergraduate 2 graduate QUARTER Fall 1999 COURSE NUMBER JRN 1250 (Sec02) COURSE TITLE Interpreting the Day s News # of STUDENTS 77 Fall 1999 JRN 1250 (Sec03) Interpreting the Day s 65 News Spring 2000 JRN 1704 Newswriting II (Honors) 12 Spring 2000 JRN 1423/3720 Documentary Production 13 undergraduate 1 graduate Summer 2000 JRN 1250 Interpreting the Day s 45 News Summer 2000 JRN 1421/3421 Television Newswriting 17 undergraduate 1 graduate QUARTER Fall 2000 COURSE NUMBER JRN COURSE TITLE Interpreting the Day s News # of STUDENTS 50 Fall 2000 JRN 1251 Visual Storytelling 53 Spring 2001 JRN 1251 Visual Storytelling 52 Spring 2001 JRN 1423 Documentary 12 Production Spring 2001 JRN 1890/3890 Directed Study 1 undergraduate 1 graduate

18 18 Spring 2001 JRN xxxx Honors Thesis 1 Summer 2001 JRN 1421 TV Newswriting 18 Summer 2001 JRN 1890 Directed Study QUARTER Fall 2001 COURSE NUMBER JRN 1251 COURSE TITLE Visual Storytelling # of STUDENTS 49 Spring 2002 JRN 1251 Visual Storytelling 50 Summer 2002 JRN 1421/3421 Television Newswriting 16 undergraduate 3 graduate Summer 2002 JRN 1890 Directed Study 1 QUARTER Spring 2003 COURSE NUMBER JRN COURSE TITLE Visual Storytelling # of STUDENTS SEMESTER Fall 2003 COURSE NUMBER JRN U301 COURSE TITLE Journalism 3 # of STUDENTS 20 Fall 2003 JRN U551G307 Television Newswriting 19 undergraduate 2 graduate Fall 2003 JRN xxx Directed Study 1 Spring 2004 JRN U150 Interpreting the Day s 57 News Spring 2004 JRN U301 Journalism 3 37 Spring 2004 JRN xxx Directed Study 3 Summer JRN U301 Journalism 3 15 Summer JRN U551/G307 Television Newswriting 16 undergraduate 1 graduate Summer JRN xxx Directed Study 3 undergraduate 3 graduate SEMESTER Spring 2005 COURSE NUMBER JRN U301 COURSE TITLE Journalism 3 # of STUDENTS 44 Spring 2005 JRN U551/G307 Television Newswriting 16 undergraduate 3 graduate Spring 2005 JRN xxx Directed Study 4 Summer JRN U301 Journalism 3 18 Summer JRN U551/G307 Television Newswriting 12 undergraduate 2 graduate Summer 1 & JRN xxx Directed Study 4 SEMESTER Fall 2005 COURSE NUMBER JRN U COURSE TITLE Interpreting the Day s News # of STUDENTS 70 Fall 2005 JRN U301 Journalism 3 45 Fall 2005 JRN xxx Directed Study 3 Summer JRN U551/G307 Television Newswriting 16 undergraduate 2 graduate

19 19 Summer JRN U301 Journalism 3 34 Summer 1 & JRN xxx Directed Study 3 SEMESTER Fall 2006 COURSE NUMBER JRN U COURSE TITLE Interpreting the Day s News-Honors # of STUDENTS 31 Fall 2006 JRN U551 Television Newswriting 17 Fall 2006 JRN xxx Directed Study 3 Summer JRN U551 Television Newswriting 16 Summer JRN U551/G307 Television Newswriting 15 undergraduate 1 graduate Summer 1 & JRN xxx Directed Study 1 SEMESTER Fall 2007 COURSE NUMBER JRN U COURSE TITLE Interpreting the Day s News-Honors # of STUDENTS 34 Fall 2007 JRN U301 Journalism 3 48 Fall 2007 JRN xxx Directed Study 2 Summer JRN U551/G307 Television Newswriting 13 undergraduate 1 graduate Summer JRN U301 Journalism 3 20 SEMESTER Summer COURSE NUMBER JRN U551/G COURSE TITLE Television Newswriting Summer JRN U301 Journalism 3 20 SEMESTER Fall 2009 COURSE NUMBER JRN U COURSE TITLE Interpreting the Day s News-Honors # of STUDENTS 7 undergraduate 1 graduate # of STUDENTS 43 Fall 2009 JRN U551 Television Newswriting 14 Summer JRN 5307 Video Newswriting 7 undergraduate 2 graduate Summer JRN 2301 Journalism 3 14 SEMESTER Fall COURSE NUMBER JRN U150 COURSE TITLE Interpreting the Day s News-Honors Fall 2010 JRN U551 Television Newswriting Summer JRN 5307 Video Newswriting Summer JRN 2301 Journalism 3 SEMESTER Fall COURSE NUMBER JRN U150 COURSE TITLE Interpreting the Day s News-Honors

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