Associate Professor, Associate Chair
Bldg 26, Rm. 222
Brady Teufel teaches courses in multimedia journalism and is the adviser for mustangnews.net, the award-winning student media portal at Cal Poly. Teufel earned his B.A. in sociology from the University of California Santa Cruz and his M.A. in journalism from the University of Missouri, Columbia. Teufel's work experience includes stints a reporter, photojournalist, graphic designer, web designer and social media consultant. His teaching interests span from writing and photography, to coding and drones. Along with a love for words and pictures, Teufel enjoys traveling and is a dual citizen of New Zealand and the U.S., as well as a San Luis Obispo native.
Teufel, Brady and Howe, Patrick.“Native Advertising and Digital Natives: The Effects of Age and Advertisement Format on News Website Credibility Judgments.” #ISOJ Journal 4 (1): pp. 78-90 (2014)
Teufel, Brady and Loving, Bill.“Forum Selection in Social Media.” Journal of Social Sciences Research: pp. 63-81 (2011)
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.“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)
Journalism Educator of the Year — 4-Year Division (2018)
The award recognizes leadership and support that goes beyond the journalism program and has impact across campus, community and local or regional associations. It was awarded by The California Journalism & Media Affiliates.
Terrance Harris Mentorship Award (2017)
One of seventeen other mentors from around the university recognized for providing exceptional guidance and mentorship to a student.
Earned the “Best Paper Award” at the Organization of Social Science and Behavioral Research International Conference for a paper entitled “Forum Selection in Social Media.”