Rick G. Morris
Rick Morris is the Associate Dean for Administration and Finance. He manages the School's budget, human resources, IT infrastructure, technology, and WNUR. He serves on campus committees in the areas of finance and technology. He teaches, researches, and practices in the areas of media management, technology, entertainment and media law, regulation and policy. Rick came to the School of Communication from the NBC Television Network in New York City and has media experience with ABC/Disney, Telemundo, and PBS stations.
|LLM||New York University|
|JD||University of Kansas|
|MBA||DePaul University (with Distinction)|
|BA||Major: Political Science, with minors in Economics and Education, University of Illinois|
Morris, Rick “The End of the Networks,” Florida International University Law Review 2 FIU Law Rev 55 (2006-07).
Kleinhans, Chuck and Rick Morris (2004). Court TV: Evolution of a Reality format in Ouellette, Laurie and Susan Murray, Startling! Heartbreaking! Real! Reality TV and the Remaking of Television Culture. NYU Press.
Morris, Rick (1994-95). Management for Engineers - monthly column. Broadcast Engineering.
Morris, Rick G., "Use of Copyrighted Images in Academic Scholarship and Creative Work: The Problems of New Technologies and a Proposed "Scholarly License," 33 IDEA: The Journal of Law and Technology, 123 (1993).
Recent Awards and Honors
2006 Emmy Nomination: Outstanding Achievement for Individual Excellence - Technical Achievement, Chicago/Midwest Chapter of the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences
2003 Emmy Nomination: Outstanding Achievement for Individual Excellence - Technical Achievement, Chicago/Midwest Chapter of the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences
1997 Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement for Individual Excellence -- Technical Achievement
|2014 – 2016||Louis Theater renovation, $250,000|
|2005 – 2006||WNUR Jazzfest 2005. Illinois Arts Council. $1,079|
|2002 – 2003||WNUR Jazzfest 2002. Illinois Arts Council. $1570|
|2001 – 2002||WNUR Jazzfest 2001. Illinois Arts Council. $1590|
|MSC 532||Current Issues in Privacy|
|MSC 521||Telecommunications Law, Policy, and Strategy|
|Comm Studies 302||Law of the Creative Process|