Dr. Laine Goldman
Dr. Laine Goldman is the Academic Program Director, Bachelor of Arts General Studies, and the Faculty Lead in COM GE in the Department of Arts and Humanities. She received a dual Master’s in Film and Telecommunications from Ohio University, and a doctorate in Social Science from Tilburg University, Netherlands. Laine is a passionate social scientist interested in media representation, creativity, the freelance workforce, organizational change, and communication that empowers relational intelligence.
- Fornaciari, F. & Goldman, L.. (2018). Changing Face of Aging and Why It Matters. Viscom Conference, San Diego, California, June 20-.
- Fornaciari, F. & Goldman, L.. (2017). Leading Multicultural Work Teams. 2nd Annual Women in Leadership Conference, Sanford.
- Goldman, L. & Fornaciari, F.. (2017). Hillary in Wonderland: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Women in Political Leadership Roles. International Association for Media and Communicat.
- Fornaciari, F & Goldman, L. (2016). A Global View of the U.S. Presidential Election: One Story, Many Crosscultural Tales. Teaching Media Quarter, 4(2): .
- Goldman, L.. (2016). The Appreciative Reflection: Self-Disclosive Storytelling. AI Practitioner: International Journal of Appreci, 18(3): 72-73.
- Goldman, L.. (2016). Tales from the Gig Economy: How Seasoned Freelancers Are Redefining the Value of Experience. American Society of Business and Behavior Sciences.
- Goldman, L.. (2015). Appreciative Reflection: A Wide-Angle Lens for Changing Perception. World Appreciative Inquiry Conference, Johannesbur.
- Goldman, L.. (2014). The Liminal Landscape: Geography, Proximity, and Community. Journal of Arts Entrepreneurship Research, 1(1): 73-96.
- Goldman, L.. (2014). The Migrant Creative: U.S. Media Freelancers at the border of a Changing Work Culture.