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Garry Hare, PhD
Program Director - MA Media Psychology
Doctoral & Master's Faculty - School of Psychology
PhD, Organization Behavior and Development
University of Southern California, 1976
Areas of Instruction
Scholarly & Professional Interests
Honors and Awards
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Full Curriculum Vitae
Areas of Instruction:
Political Psychology and the Media
Media, Advocacy and Public Policy
The Impact of Media on Technology Adoption and Policy
International Conflict Resolution
Propaganda and Persuasion
The Impact of New Communication Technologies on Culture
Creative and Critical Thinking
Scholarly & Professional Interests:
The Role and Impact of the Broadcasting Board of Governors on Programming
The Voice of America, Radio Marti, Radio Sawa and Al Hurra.
The Impact of New Communication Technologies on Public Policy and Culture.
The Impact of Media on the Adoption of New Technology
Literacy and Cross-cultural Education Through the Formation of Peer English Networks.
Consultation with Local Radio Stations on Rekindling Local Media Through a Radio/Web/Forum Hybrid Station Design.
North Bay Multi-Media Association
The California Film Institute
The Environmental Forum
The Surfrider Foundation
The World Affairs Council
Broadcast Education Association
American Psychological Association
Honors and Awards:
1999: Paris Super Show, Best Consumer Product
1999: Selected as One of Ten Mentors, Intel/American Film Institute Mentor's Program for Enhanced Television
1999: World's Top 100 Producers, Multimedia Producer Magazine
Hare, G. P. (in press). California faces a convenient truth.
Hare, G. P. (2004). Keynote Speaker, North Bay Multi-Media Association Annual Conference, Santa Rosa, CA.
Hare, G. P. (2000). Keynote Speaker, MILIA, Cannes, France.
Hare, G. P. (2000). Keynote Speaker, The Edinburgh Conference on Technology and Education, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Hare, G. P. (1999, 2000). Speaker, Sedona Conference on Education and Technology, Sedona, AZ.
Program Director, Media Psychology, Fielding Graduate University.
Doctoral & Masters Faculty, School of Psychology, Fielding Graduate University.
Other Professional Activities:
2005-present: Chairman and CEO, Peer English Networks, Oakland, CA
2003-2005: Founding President and Chief Executive Officer, Amiga, Inc., New York, NY.
2002-2005: Board of Directors, Amiga, Inc., Kentfield, CA.
2001-2005: Board of Directors, Gistics, Inc., Oakland, CA.
2000-2005: Strategic and Business Advisor, Bandwidth Technology Corporation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
2000-2005: Strategic and Business Advisor, Hakia, Inc., New York, NY.
2002-2004: Advisory Board, Hakia, Inc., New York, NY.
2001-2004: Advisory Board, Bandwidth Technology Corporation, New York, NY.
2001-2004: Advisory Board, California State University East Bay Graduate Digital Media Program, Hayward, CA.
1994-2004: American Film Institute.
2001-2002: Board of Directors, KMOS, Inc. (now Amiga, Inc.), New York, NY.
1999-2000: Executive Vice President, Into Networks, Inc. Boston, MA/Mill Valley, CA.
2000: Executive Producer, Arena 2000 (The Virtual Helsinki Project). Produced in Association with Helsinki Telephone and Ericsson AB. The First On-Line Virtual World.
2000: Executive Producer, Museum.net. In Association with Intel Incorporated, On-Line Virtual Museums and Galleries Including; The Van Gogh, The Guggenheim, The Dorsey and Others.
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