Tell Your Stories
We all have stories and experiences we want to share and the Communication Arts department is here to help you do just that!
Whether it be through a camera lens, the written word, or a podcast, this department will prepare you for the world of media creation in the twenty-first century.
Choose Your journey
Learn both the knowledge and craft of digital media and communication.
Filmmaking / Journalism / Broadcasting Public Relations / Internet Media
Dive into literature, and advance your writing and analytical skills.
Journalism / Advertising / Social Media
Learn both sport management and communication skills.
Sports Info Director / Sports Journalist / Sports Media
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Dr. Tim Craig
Professor of Communication
Dr. Craig received his Ph.D. in Communication Studies from Regent University in 2013 with a research interest in popular culture and media. He has a journalism background — he has covered everything from NBA to NASCAR to local crime and courts — and continues to freelance write and design in his spare time. His favorite verse to ponder is Proverbs 16:9.
Assistant Professor of English
Professor Hammersmith earned his Master of Fine Arts in Digital Cinema at National University and his Master of English Education from The Ohio State University.
An author and filmmaker, he enjoys being outdoors, and doing home-improvement projects. Interests include baseball, movies, theater, American history, and traveling with his family.
Assistant Professor of Communication Arts
Prof. Hartman comes to Warner with a Master of Fine Arts in Professional Screenwriting and teaches WU’s film related courses.
He is a multi-award winning screenwriter and producer, with a short documentary featured by The New Yorker. He also enjoys reading, board games, podcasts and has a passion for theme park culture and history.
Dr. Carlene Harwood
Instructor of English
Dr. Harwood earned her Doctorate of Education from Nova Southeastern University. She teaches all levels of Composition, as well as American and World Literature courses.
She is known for her baking, her love of cats, and her enormous collection of shoes.
Dr. Christopher Maslanka
Associate Professor of English
Dr. Maslanka has a PhD in English Literature from the University of Wisconsin. His focus is on medieval narratives of knights and saints and on social and religious perspectives on medieval identities.
When not teaching, he enjoys comic books, puppetry, surfing, and boardgames.