At Johns Hopkins, Maria Siano is a lecturer for the MA in Communication program.
Siano has been an adjunct professor since 1998, teaching courses in media studies, professional writing, and communication. In addition to teaching, for the past 25 years she has also been a journalist and she continues to work as a freelance writer and editor.
Her publications include a nonfiction book, The People Are Represented: A Discourse Analysis of Contemporary Programs in the Television Crime Genre, and a novel, All She Needs to Know.
Siano holds a Bachelor of Science in business management from Fairleigh Dickinson University, a Master of Arts in communication arts from William Paterson University, and a PhD in communication/media studies from Rutgers University.
- All She Needs to Know, Maria Siano, BookBaby, December 9, 2019
- The People are Represented: A Discourse Analysis of Contemporary Programs in the Television Crime Genre, Maria Siano, Teneo Press, 2008