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Dr. Janice Moss
Professor of Mass Communications
Faculty Advisor, Piedmont Debate

EDUCATION
Doctor of Arts Degree in History - Clark Atlanta University
Master’s of Arts Degree in Mass Communications - University of Louisiana
Bachelor’s Degree in Radio, Television and Film Communications - Shaw University

TEACHING
MCOM 100 - Public Speaking
MCOM 110.8 - Debate Practicum
HIST 326 - History of African Civilizations
MCOM 330 - Advanced Public Speaking and Debate

SERVICE
Faculty Senate member
Senate Personnel Committee
Senate Vulcan Award Committee
Served on the General Education Committee
Faculty Adviser of the Piedmont College Rotaract Club 2002-2012
Founding member of the Georgia Parliamentary Debate Association (GPDA)
Member of the National Parliamentary Debate Association (NPDA)
Member of the World Debate Institute (WDA)
Member of the National Forensic Association (NFA)
Member of the Georgia Forensic Association
Member of the Habersham County Rotary Club 1996-2012
Chair of the Rotary Service Committee for the Habersham Rotary Club 2008-2012
The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International, Paul Harris Fellow Recipient
Rotary Club of Habersham County, Educational Service Award Recipient 2008-2009
Member of Friendship Baptist Church, Toccoa, Georgia
Youth Mentor at Friendship Baptist Church, Toccoa, Georgia
Member of the American Association of University Women (AAUW)

BACKGROUND
Dr. Moss has taught Mass Communications courses at the college level for 25 years. Prior to working at Piedmont College, she taught communication courses at Brenau University and Clemson University. She published her first book in 2003 entitled, The History and Advancement of African Americans in the Advertising Industry; Edwin Mellen Publishing, New York.