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Roger Caruth, M.P.A, J.D., Ph.D.

Roger Caruth, M.P.A, J.D., Ph.D.
Degrees and background: 

 Ph.D. in Mass Communication and Media Studies from Howard University; J.D. from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School; and MPA and BA from Clark Atlanta University. Studied Mass Communications in undergraduate studies and International Administration and Development in graduate studies, and then went on to John Marshall Law School where he received a Juris Doctor degree with an emphasis on Entertainment, Business and Technology law in 1999. In summer 2013, he was awarded a fellowship to participate in the European Summer School on Internet Governance, University of Aarhus and the Medienstadt Leipzig, Germany. He completed the certificate in Preparing Future Faculty Fellow (PFF) (which included serving as a teaching intern at Frederick Community College). He has taught as Adjunct Assistant Professor and Lecturer at Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business and Queens College, and Political Science Department, both a part of the City University of New York system. He has also taught at Georgia Perimeter College in the Department of History and Political Science. Courses taught include Speech, Group Discussion, Family Business, Public Service, Public Administration, Judicial Process, American Government and Politics, Political Science and Media Law.

Personal statement: 

I am interested in studying International Communications with a focus on the use of information communications technology (ICT) tools, social media more specifically, to improve the quality and standard of life of Caribbean communitities in the region and abroad. Specific areas of research and include: policy, law, education, politics, health, economics, culture, agribusiness, tourism and hospitality and energy development.