Associate Professor of Film and Media Arts
David Sedman represents Meadows’ instructional areas within the college governance structure including continued refinement of the University Curriculum, providing oversight in the School’s administrative development and playing an active role as the University redraws its technology roadmap.
Dr. Sedman has published articles related to new technology in publications including the Journal of Broadcast and Electronic Media, Standards Engineering and the Journal of Media Economics. He has also authored numerous book chapters on topics ranging from video production to telecommunications regulation. Dr. Sedman's teaching areas include new communication technology, broadcast and film history and electronic media policy.
Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
M.A. and B.S., Southern Illinois University
Papers delivered at national organizations/conferences including Film and History, Broadcast Education Association and Educause.
Has taught 25 different courses for SMU including Technology & Mass Media, Media & Culture, and Telecommunications Policy.
Recipient of Golden Key Award for teaching excellence and the H.O.P.E. Award