Division head, Pulliam School of Journalism; professor of journalism
Media law, broadcast journalism, videography, photography
There is a lot of overlap between the skill sets in public relations and multimedia journalism. Projects in my photography and videography courses allow students to explore stories from the roles they envision for their career.
Students often have some concern when approaching the first internship. My courses are grounded in real-world work experiences and are designed to prepare students to participate in the internship with the confidence.
The Clifford and Paula Dietz Award for Faculty Excellence-2008
The Faculty Teaching Excellence Award for Excellence in Teaching-1997
Academic Adviser of the Year Award- 2015
“Joel Cramer is a great professor because he challenges students to reach their creativity. He works well with students teaching them new techniques and skills to enhance their work.” – Shayla Jones ‘18
Something my colleagues don’t know about me: I am a bit of a gearhead and enjoy sports cars and motorcycles. I also earned a third-degree black belt a few years ago.