Greg Luft, Colorado State University
How long have you been a member of BEA?
What is your favorite book?
What is your favorite TV show?
Parts Unknown/Anthony Bourdain
How is BEA unique for you?
By osmosis, BEA provides an outstanding opportunity to keep up with changes in technology and teaching philosophy in a way no other professional or academic organization can accomplish. Attending conferences and keeping up to date with publications is an extremely effective way to stay in touch.
How did you get started in the industry?
Started as a television news one-person band in Cheyenne, Wyoming at the same time I was interning in the newsroom of what is now KUSA-TV in Denver.
As a board member what are your goals for BEA?
To increase membership, including educators at all levels who have the opportunity to positively influence the way that electronic media are used to tell stories by students of all ages.
What is your favorite BEA memory?
Producing BEA, the Video in 2003. This was a great opportunity to get my students involved in the organization by working with them to tell the story of BEA.