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At Johns Hopkins, Jeremy Grossman is a lecturer for the MA in Communication program.

Grossman has taught communication all over the country since 2009 in subjects related to rhetoric, argument, public speaking, branding and advertising, media, and communication theory. He has earned Outstanding Instructor Awards from Colorado State University, the University of Georgia, and the University of Maryland.

His research focuses on the rhetoric of disaster, public memory, and psychoanalytic theories. His recent book, “Rhetoric and Public Memory in the Science of Disaster,” narrows those interests into a rhetorical analysis of disaster modeling science, which he sees as a realm of public memory that helps us make sense of natural disaster. He has published previously on these topics in flagship journals in the Communication discipline, including The Quarterly Journal of Speech and Rhetoric & Public Affairs, and served as editorial assistant at The Quarterly Journal of Speech for four years.

Currently, he co-owns and operates digital marketing agency Social Intellect in Washington, D.C. At JHU, Dr. Grossman primarily teaches courses related to branding and advertising, social media, and persuasion.

He earned his PhD from the University of Georgia in Communication Studies.

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