Christopher D'Amico, M.S.
Christopher D'Amico, M.S. joined Manhattanville College in March 2008, at which time he began teaching a variety of Communication Studies courses in the Accelerated Bachelor of Science program in the Department of Continuing Education. Later on that same year, D'Amico started teaching in the traditional undergraduate day program.
He continues to teach a variety of Communication Studies classes in both programs and has also assisted students with independent studies, credit challenges, and final integrative projects. He developed a new seminar course for the college, COMM 3080 Gender and Communication.
D'Amico's graduate work and research focused on Gender, Sexuality and Communication. His Master's Thesis was entitled, "The Fantastic Four: The Evolution and Development of the Homosexual Character in U.S. Television." Christopher D'Amico, is a member of, National Communication Association (NCA), American Sociological Association (ASA) and the Human Rights Campaign (HRC). He lives in Connecticut where he serves as a Notary Public and also teaches Communication at Fairfield University & The University of New Haven. "This above all: To thine ownself be true." - Shakespeare
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