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Ron Milligan

Ron Milligan’s career in the years before he began teaching in the California State University system in 1986, had taken him across all three media, television, radio and print.

As a broadcast journalist he worked as a national network television and radio correspondent at ABC and for nearly three years as a war correspondent covering Vietnam for Group W Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. At the local level, he worked for WTIC-TV-AM-FM, a large television and radio station in the Northeast. As a print journalist, Milligan worked as a foreign correspondent for the Reuters and United Press International bureaus in Madrid, Spain, and as managing editor of the English language magazines Guidepost and later Tab, serving the large American and British communities in Spain at the time.

He worked in print before going overseas at the Las Vegas Sun as a general assignment and police reporter and at a different time as sports editor. He also worked at the Daily Breeze in Torrance, California, as a copy editor.

Office Location: LA4-206F
Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10-11am, or by appointment
Phone:
562-985-5361 (no messages)
Email: 
ronald.milligan@csulb.edu

Teaching Schedule:

JOUR 120 – WRITING ACROSS THE MEDIA – TuTh – 8-9:50AM – LA4-107

For syllabi for this and all Department of Journalism & Mass Communication classes, click here.

    Journalism &
    Mass Communication
    Advising


    Spring 2016

    Dr. Jennifer Fleming

    Office: LA4--206E
    Email: Jennifer.Fleming@csulb.edu
    Advising Hours: Mondays, 12-4 p.m.; Wednesdays, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.


    Dr. Danny Paskin
    Office: LA4--101A
    Email: Danny.Paskin@csulb.edu
    Advising Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

    Please note that advising hours listed above are "first-come, first serve," and students do not need to schedule an appointment to see an adviser during those times.