Rod Carveth (Ph.D., University of Massachusetts) is a professor and director of graduate studies in the School of Global Journalism and Communication at Morgan State University. He teaches management communication, marketing communication and journalism. He is editor of three books: Media Economics: Theory and Practice; "Mad Men" and Philosophy; and "Justified" and Philosophy, as well as numerous book chapters and academic journal articles. Rod has also developed and had approved two new graduate programs at Morgan State, one in knowledge-based journalism and one in urban journalism.
A former radio newscaster, Carveth was one of the founders, and news editor, of the online newspaper, CT Latino News, in 2012, a publication that is thriving today. He was also in charge of public relations for the University of Bridgeport. He has consulted on communication strategy and tactics for a number of companies and not-for-profit organizations, ranging from Aetna Insurance to the Connecticut Association of Retired Teachers. He has been a longtime member of the Public Relations Society of America and the Association of Business Communications.