Professor in Communication Studies
About the Speaker
Scott W. Campbell, PhD is an Associate Professor of Communication Studies and Pohs Professor of Telecommunications at the University of Michigan. His scholarship helps explain mobile communication as a distinctive media context, its uses and consequences, and associated tensions between the private and public realms of social life. Scott’s work is published in Journal of Communication, Human Communication Research, Communication Monographs, Communication Research, New Media & Society, and other scholarly venues. He has also co-edited two books and collaborated with the Pew Internet & American Life Project on a foundational study of teens and mobile communication. Scott serves an Associate Editor of Human Communication Research and serves on a number of editorial boards, including Journal of Communication, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, New Media & Society, Mobile Media & Communication, and others. Before joining Michigan, Scott spent three years on faculty at Hawaii Pacific University. Prior to his academic life, he worked in the new media industry, including a project management role for Sprint PCS at the time they launched the first national digital mobile network in the United States.