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Peter Gregg

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Peter Gregg (Ph.D, University of Minnesota) is an Assistant Professor of Emerging Media at the University of St. Thomas. Dr. Gregg teaches media production, history, and criticism.
Dr. Gregg's research and scholarship focuses on media and audiences, including the formation of attitudes and beliefs through observation.
In 2017, he and his colleagues won the National Communication Association’s Charles H. Woolbert Research Award for “scholarship that has stood the test of time and has become a stimulus for new conceptualizations of communication phenomena” for the parasocial contact hypothesis.
He has been published in Communication Monographs, the Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, the Journal of Popular Culture, Death Studies, and the Journal of Homosexuality, and he was a contributor to the book Mass Media Effects: Advances Through Meta-analysis. His scholarship on teaching and learning includes publications in Teaching Media Quarterly and the Journal of Media Education
Dr. Gregg's webseries Forsythia won a cinematography award at the LAweb Fest. An audio drama follow-up played at the HEAR Now festival in 2015 and won "Best New Original Ongoing Production" at the Audio Verse Awards. The second season played at the 2016 HEAR Now festival.
He has served on the NATF board since 2017.