Mr. Jeremiah Massengale
Assistant Professor of Communication Arts
Jeremiah Massengale earned a B.S. in Communication Arts and Business Administration from the University of the Cumberlands. He earned his M.S. in Communication and Information with an emphasis in Converging Media from the University of Tennessee’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media.
While at UT, Massengale was employed as a graduate assistant where his duties included working for the Tennessee High School Press Association and doing research for the compilation, James Agee: Selected Journalism. He has also worked as a research coder as a part of a quantitative academic investigation of offensive language on primetime television.
Additionally, he has worked as an editor and online content producer for the Tennessee Journalist. More recently, Massengale has served as a freelance writer and copy editor for sources like Collide Magazine and Demand Studios.
Prior to becoming a full-time faculty member at the University of the Cumberlands in 2007, he taught courses in speech communication as an adjunct professor at both UC and Lincoln-Memorial University.
Currently, Massengale serves as the director of UC’s Journalism and Public Relations program. He is also the faculty adviser for The Patriot, the official student newspaper of the University of the Cumberlands.
He is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, the Intercollegiate Online News Network, College Media Advisers, the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and the IJPC (Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture) Associates.
- COMM 131 Introduction to Mass Media
- COMM 230 Introduction to Public Speaking
- COMM 231 Print and Web Journalism
- COMM 233 Communication Graphics
- COMM 336 Writing for the Mass Media
- COMM 339 Media Law
- COMM 416 Journalism Practicum
- JOUR 130 Introduction to Journalism and Public Relations
- JOUR 330 Editing and Layout for Print
- JOUR 430 Media, Technology, and Society
- JOUR 431 New Media and Online Content
Publications and Presentations
"Obesity in the News: A Multi-Year Framing Analysis in Three News Magazines." By Cheryl Ann Lambert, Carolyn Ringer Lepre, Waylon Marcum, Jeremiah Massengale, and Scott Wells. International Communication Association Annual Meeting, May 2007.