David Neumann

David Neumann

Professor
585-475-2452
3020 Eastman Hall

Since joining the RIT faculty in 1987, Professor Neumann has served as Chair of the Department of Communication (1992-95), a Faculty Research Associate in Distance Learning (1998-99), and an Advertising Education Foundation Visiting Professor, DDB Chicago (2007).

David has received several awards recognizing excellence in teaching:

  • RIT Excellence in Online Teaching and Learning Department Award, 2005
  • RIT Eisenhart Outstanding Teaching Award, 2001
  • Sears-Roebuck Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership Award, 1990
  • International Communication Association Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher Award, 1987
Degrees: 
BA, Ithaca College; MA, Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
Publications: 

Neumann, D. R. & Whittington, K. (2010). The Solution-Problem-Solution Sequence: Integrating Courses in Computer Programming and Communication. A workshop presented at the Team-based Learning Conference, New Orleans LA.

Neumann, D. R. (2008). “What’s In Your Wallet? Life Inside a Major Advertising Agency.” Rochester Institute of Technology, Department of Communication Colloquium Series, Rochester, NY.

Neumann, D. R. & Jenkins, K. B. (2007). Small Group Branding: A Visual Identity. Presented at the William A. Kern in Communications Visual Communication: Rhetoric and Technologies Conference, Rochester, NY.

Neumann, D. R. (2006). Contemporary cultural images and myth: Content analysis of advertisements in Rolling Stone magazine (2005). Presented at the William A. Kern in Communications Visual Communication: Rhetoric and Technologies Conference, Rochester, NY.

Neumann, D. R. (2005). Trapped in mixed memory: Floyd Collins, Kentucky cave explorer. Presentation at the Contesting Public Memories conference, Syracuse, NY.

Neumann, D. R. (2004). Small group cohesion and frequency of idiom use. Presented at the National Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Scanlon, P. M. and Neumann D. R. (2002). Internet plagiarism among college students: A multi-campus survey. Journal of College Student Development, 42, 374-385.