Dr. Luis Camillo Almeida is the Department Chair of Mass Media Studies program at Talladega College. Almeida has published research articles in three continents relating to technology, published books on technology and research, and have delivered concurrent academic presentations in national and interactional conferences. Almeida has served as a critic of technology and leadership contributor in a number of media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, WAPT-Jackson, MS, CBS Channel 12 —Chattanooga, The Indiana Gazette, Cleveland Daily Banner, among many others. Internationally, Almeida has been featured on Radio CBN (Brazil), VOA (Portugal and Nigeria), Trifatto Magazine and O Globo Newspaper, also in Brazil. Almeida has also been a contributor to the Prattler Handbook of Latino Education in the U.S, is a lifetime member of the Holmes Partnership minority program, was acclaimed by the Pittsburgh Tribune Review as “Newsmaker” for his work with technology, and has served as a quantitative researcher for the multi-million dollar Classrooms For the Future (CFF) and Enhancing Education Through Technology grants. Almeida delivered a TEDx talk “Breaking Free From Technology and was interviewed by the Digital Citizenship Summit at Twitter Headquarters for his work on technology which received millions of media impressions. He received his PhD from Penn State University and lived with his wife and daughter in Oxford, AL.
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