Al Greule, Ph.D.
Office: Boynton 301H
An associate professor of communication, Dr. Al Greule has been both a teacher and a media practitioner for decades.
His undergraduate teaching areas include courses in broadcast programming, sales, management and video production. In the Master's program he teaches courses in media sales, management, as well as media and society. In addition to teaching, Dr. Greule worked in radio programming and management for 8 years and has worked on numerous freelance video productions including work for FOX Sports and ESPN. His students over the years have received numerous recognitions for their work and dozens have gone on to successful careers in media.
Dr. Greule is the 2005 College of Applied Arts and Sciences Teaching Excellence Award recipient. In January 2000, Greule was one of 25 radio/television faculty members selected worldwide as a fellow of the National Association of Television Program Executives. He has also received similar recognitions from the International Radio Television Society and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
From 2001 through 2004 Dr. Greule served as vice president of alumni and professional services for the National Broadcasting Society and continues to serve as co-advisor to the SFA chapter-a chapter he founded in the early 1990's. He has served as president of the Texas Association of Broadcast Educators from 1998 to 2000. Additionally, he served on the board of directors for the Texas Broadcast Education Foundation from 2001 to 2002.
Earning a bachelor's degree in broadcasting from the State University of New York at Oswego Dr. Greule went on to earn a Master's of Arts from Ohio University with an emphasis in broadcast management. His doctorate is from Texas A&M.