Michael Camp started teaching journalism at St. Thomas University in 2003. He became a full-time faculty member in 2007. His career started as a freelance writer and reporter in Ontario and the Maritimes. In the early 1980s, Michael was hired by the Telegraph Journal in Saint John to be a one-person news bureau in northern New Brunswick. After two years, he was hired by the CBC to work as a provincial affairs reporter in Moncton and later as a network producer in Fredericton. In addition to covering the legislature and the provincial political scene, Michael hosted regional programs and news specials, co-ordinated coverage for elections and other major events, and produced several award-winning documentaries for the CBC regional and national networks. His final assignment with the CBC was editing New Brunswick content on cbc.ca. Teaching is now Michael's primary interest, but he continues to work in journalism. You can hear him Friday afternoons on the CBC's political panel for New Brunswick, broadcast on the SHIFT radio program and podcasted on cbc.ca.
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|Course ID||Course Number||Course Name||Professor||Room Number||Days||Time||Credits||Prerequisites|
|COPP-3013||Rhetoric||Michael Camp||T, TH||1:00PM - 2:20PM||3||COPP 2013, COPP 2023, COPP 2033|
|JOUR-1023||The Message: Great Stories of Journalism||Michael Camp||T, TH||11:30PM - 12:50PM||3||None.|