Melinda Farrington Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Communication

Education
  • Ph.D., Duquesne University
  • M.A., Boston College
  • B.A., State University of New York at Albany
About Melinda Farrington Ph.D.
Dr. Farrington brings 20 years of integrated marketing and communication experience into the classroom. Prior to joining the faculty at Saint Vincent college career highlights include leading public relations initiatives for organizations in both the non-profit and private sectors, as well as leading these organizations through major rebranding initiatives. She has in-depth marketplace experience in crisis communication and fundraising communication. Her research interests include studying how media environments affect human communication in both intended and unintended ways. She also focuses on communication ethics and organizational communication with particular interest in issues of equity and inclusion.
Contact
Email melinda.farrington@stvincent.edu
Phone
Office Location
Prep Hall, Room 206
Publications
  • Co-Editor Ethica – The Newsletter of the National Communication Association’s Communication Ethics Division Vol. 28, Special Issue March 16, 2017
Courses Taught
  • Creative Campaigns (Capstone)
  • Introduction to Organizational Communication
  • Non-Profit Communication
  • Public Relations Strategies
  • Writing for Media
Presentations
  • Co-Editor Ethica – The Newsletter of the National Communication Association’s Communication Ethics Division Vol. 28, Special Issue March 16, 2017