Louis Pozantides, M.S. Ed.

Louis Pozantides

Louis J. Pozantides

Program Director for both Sport Management and eSports Management
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Communication & Sport Studies
Advisor, WMCB

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About Louis J. Pozantides:

Louis Pozantides

Louis Pozantides has taught in the Communication Department since 2002, and he earned a master's in education from Canisius College. He has previously taught and lectured at Niagara University, Niagara County Community College, the ITT Technical Institute, and SUNY Fredonia. Pozantides was part of the local radio market for many years as a director of news, programming and on-air broadcasts, and as a weather anchor. He now serves as the advisor to WMCB, Medaille's student-run radio station.His course specialties include Writing for the Media, advertising, public relations, media promotions, public speaking, and journalism.

As Medaille's Communication Field Placement Coordinator, Pozantides works to connect students with internship opportunities in local, regional and national media organizations. He was selected Professor of the Year by students for five years in a row. He also received the Dr. Brian T. Shero Award for Teaching Excellent and Campus Leadership in 2009, and gave the Honors Convocation address in fall 2009.

B.S., Medaille College
M.S.Ed., Canisius College

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