Assistant Professor, Journalism
We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” — Joan Didion
Dr. Weinhold's work focuses on the changing definition of U.S. journalists in the digital age. Her interests include critical theory and feminist criticism. She is a qualitative researcher, and her articles have been published in Journalism Studies and Kaleidoscope. Her research has been recognized with Top Paper awards from the International Communication Association and the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Dr. Weinhold's Ph.D. is from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, and she earned her B.A. at Hastings College. Dr. Weinhold has more than a decade of experience as a journalist, serving as a reporter for newspapers and public radio stations in Nebraska, Illinois, and South Carolina. She worked as a mentor and writing coach at the Daily Egyptian at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. She and her husband, David Miller, have a daughter, Thea, and many pets.
Ph. D., Southern Illinois University Carbondale
B.A., Hastings College
Dr. Weinhold is faculty adviser for Omicron Delta Kappa, Coastal Carolina University’s national leadership honor society.
Journalism, Communication Studies, Women and Gender Studies
Journalism, Critical Media Analysis, Women and Gender Studies