Office: Building 26, Rm. 221
Email: Brady Teufel
Brady Teufel teaches courses in multimedia journalism, news reporting, visual communication and photojournalism. Teufel has been a resident of San Luis Obispo since a young age. He left the area to study sociology at the University of California at Santa Cruz where he earned his B.A. After college, Teufel helped create a 20,000-circulation magazine aimed at ocean sports enthusiasts and distributed from San Francisco to Monterey Bay. He also worked for the Five Cities Gazette as a sports reporter before leaving Central California for the Midwest where he earned an M.A. in journalism from the University of Missouri. Along with a love for good storytelling, Teufel enjoys traveling and has visited over 35 countries. His interests also include Web design, photography, videography, surfing, ultimate Frisbee and basketball.
Teufel, Brady.“Using WordPress to Teach Digital Literacy.” Academic Exchange Quarterly 14.4: pp. 8-13 (2010)
Teufel, Brady. “CMS or SOS? College Publisher vs. Open Source Content Management.” College Media Review 46.1: 70-71 (2008)
Teufel, Brady and Loving, Bill.“False Impressions: How Digital Editing is Altering Public Discourse.” Global Science and Technology Forum Journal of Law and Social Sciences 3 (1): pp. 110-118 (2012)
Teufel, Brady and Loving, Bill.“Forum Selection in Social Media.” Journal of Social Sciences Research: pp. 63-81 (2011)