Dr. Gregory Adamo
Office: Communication Center 339
PhD - Communication, Rutgers University
MA - Cinema Studies, College of Staten Island/CUNY
BA - Speech Communication, SUNY Geneseo
Gregory Adamo, Ph.D. is Professor in the School of Global Journalism and Communication at Morgan State University in Baltimore. He is the author of the book African Americans in Television: Behind the Scenes and co-editor of the book College Media: Learning in Action. Dr. Adamo has published book chapters on "The Wire" and Baltimore, "Treme" and the foundations of American music and on learning outcomes and student media. He has published encyclopedia entries on Sammy Davis, Jr. and Frankie Crocker.
Dr. Adamo is on the board of directors of the Morgan Community Mile and the Hamilton/Lauraville Main Street. He has taught at the College of Staten Island/CUNY, Rutgers University and Richard Stockton College. Dr. Adamo was General Manager of WSIA-FM for more than two decades.
He is an avid cyclist and hiker and is very proud of his two adult children, Kerian and Colin. Dr. Adamo loves living in Baltimore and often walks or bikes to his office at Morgan State University.
media and race, the production of culture and entertainment television