Mentions in the Media
A Professor's Life is Music to His Years. NMU-AAUP article by Dr. Dwight Brady. (2015). 188.8.131.52/~nmuaaupo/?p=674
The Psychology of Music in Multimedia: An Interview with NMU Professor Mark Shevy. Public Radio interview by Hans Ahlstrom, Phil Nichols, and Chris Jandro. (2015, approx. four minutes). wnmufm.org/post/psychology-music-multimedia-interview-nmu-professor-mark-shevy#stream/0
Shevy Studies Filmmaking. Communication and Performance Studies Department story about professional internship in Nashville. (2015). www.nmu.edu/caps/shevy-studies-filmmaking
NMU Audio Studio Offers Real-World Experience. Story for local radio and print media by 8-18 Media, a youth journalism group led by Marnie Foucault at the Upper Peninsula Children's Museum. Story by Theresa Hermann and Will Guter, with contributions by Ian Bek and Anja McBride. (2016).
Perks of online classes. North Wind student newspaper article by Haley Gustafson. (2015). www.thenorthwindonline.com/perks-of-online-classes/
Students learn technology in virtual reality classroom. North Wind student newspaper article by Shane Nyman. (2008). www.thenorthwindonline.com/students-learn-technology-in-virtual-reality-classroom/
A quick profile
Dr. Mark Shevy is an Associate Professor of Mass Communication and Media Production at Northern Michigan University.
His main areas of research include empirical studies of the psychological effects of media, particularly the influence of music in motion pictures and advertising. He also produces and writes for media, including video, audio, and the Web. One of his goals is to integrate scientific research with production to create new and effective types of mediated communication and experiences.
Dr. Shevy also teaches university courses in mass communication effects, issues in new media technology, media literacy, music psychology, health communication, writing and announcing for broadcast, audio production, video production, and multimedia production. He is the faculty adviser for the NMU student organization "Marquette Ending Hunger" and is on the NMU Academic Senate executive committee. He has applied his passion for music and wellness promotion through involvement in church audio and music ministry and by becoming a fitness instructor .
Ph.D. Mass Communication with an emphasis in social scientific research of music in communication. University of Wisconsin-Madison.
M.S. Journalism and Technical Communication. Colorado State University.
B.A. Telecommunications with emphasis in video and audio production, German, and aerospace studies (Air Force ROTC leadership and management). Michigan State University
I often draw knowledge and wisdom from the careers and jobs I had prior to academia. These include being a captain in the Air Force, the director of ministries at a church, and jobs in radio, television news, and satellite television. Fun fact: my first jobs after graduating from college were pumping gas by day and being a radio DJ by night.
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