Dr. Maureen Rubin, spent most of her 32-year career in the Journalism Department, where she started in 1984 and finished in Fall 2016. Promoted to full professor in 1993, Maureen taught advanced courses in public relations, mass communication law, ethics, and women and the media. She was active in curricular advisement, faculty governance, thesis advisement and supervising student publications and activities. She also served on and/or chaired College and University-wide committees. In 1998, she became the founding director of the University's Center for Community Service-Learning.
Her pioneering work created and implemented hundreds of new classes, trained faculty, coordinated community partnerships, and spearheaded many related projects. Her legacy continues in the community and beyond. Aside from frequent consulting for faculty training, professional development, and grant proposal writing in the CSU Chancellor's Office, and for state and national service-learning programs, Maureen also served the campus as Director of Undergraduate Studies, MCCAMC Associate Dean and Special Assistant to the Provost, Dean, and Valley Performing Arts Center.
- J.D 1983, Catholic University Law School
- B.S. 1970, Boston University
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