Center for General Education
Dr. Devan Bissonette received his doctorate in 20th Century American Media History from Binghamton University in 2009. Previously he earned a Masters in Telecommunications from Michigan State University as well as a Bachelor’s in Political Science. His most recent publication, “The Promise and Perils of Asynchronous Learning: How Faculty, Students, and Administrators can Collaboratively Increase Retention and Satisfaction in the Online Classroom,” appeared in the Journal of Pedagogic Development in Fall 2017. Devan’s current research interests include the study of visual news narratives and the consequences of anonymous discourse on free speech in cyberspace. He has been teaching fully online since 2009, primarily in history, humanities, and film studies.