Tannette Elie, Lecturer

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Multimedia Storytelling
  • Journalism
  • Social Media
  • Writing
  • Editing
Tannette Elie is an award-winning journalist, storyteller and former reporter and columnist with 20 years of daily newspaper experience. Tannette currently teaches Public Speaking (Spch 105) and Writing for Multimedia (Comm 255). She previously has taught Media and Society (Comm 108), Communication and Ethnicity/African Americans and Media (Comm 363) and Communication and Social Movements (Comm 370). Most notably, Tannette is a former reporter and business columnist for the Pulitzer-prize winning Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In addition to print media, she has worked in public radio in Chicago and as a writer/blogger for various local and national online publications. Tannette earned her bachelor's degree in journalism from Bradley University, in Peoria, Illinois, and received her master's degree in communication from Purdue University.

Teaching Interests

Research Interests

Consulting Interests

Marquette University summer Urban Journalism Workshop

Departmental Service

2017: Other - High school Visit Day
2017: Other - Ranger News

Public Service

: Other - Marquette University Summer Urban Journalism Workshop
2018: - NAACP Racine Branch/ACT-SO Olympics
COMM 255 - WRITING FOR MULTIMEDIA
SPCH 105 - PUBLIC SPEAKING