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Columbia College Chicago
Assistant Provost

Hope Daniels

Hope Daniels
Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs

Hope Daniels is the Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs for the 2013-14 academic year. She is currently an Associate Professor/ Teaching Fellow in the School of Media Arts, Radio Department. Hope has a background in media, politics and education. As a former broadcaster, she has won numerous awards for writing, producing and hosting local and nationally syndicated audio programming from the National Association of Broadcasters, the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Religious Broadcasters. Hope also served as deputy press secretary for former United States Senator Carol Moseley Braun. She has presented academic research at national and international conferences on civic engagement including the American Association of University Professors, the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, the Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and the International Technology, Education and Development Conference. Hope was acknowledged by the Illinois Campus Compact as a State Farm Faculty Fellow and received a grant to conduct research in audio broadcasting and high school community engagement. She recently completed a book chapter reflecting on the scholarship of her research. By recommendation of her Chair and Dean, Hope received a Columbia College Chicago Distinguished Teacher Award. Hope also serves as a consultant on media access and crisis communications for nonprofit organizations. Hope received her MS in Communications from Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois. She is also an Elder at Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago.