Dale Rice, who joined the Journalism Studies Program in 2008, is an associate instructional professor. After earning a B.A. in International Relations and Journalism from Syracuse University, Rice spent 35 years as a journalist, covering a wide array of beats and jobs. Rice integrates his experiences as a general assignments reporter, city hall reporter, education writer, capital bureau chief, business editor, deputy features editor and restaurant critic into his teaching. Rice also serves as an advisor to the Texas A&M University Student Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Hannele Rubin is an Instructional Assistant Professor in the Journalism Studies Program. She earned a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, and a second master’s in public policy from Rutgers University’s Eagleton Institute. Her experience includes more than 25 years researching, reporting, writing, and editing for various publications, companies, and academic institutions. This included six years as a reporter and editor at a New Jersey daily newspaper and stints as a copyeditor and reporter for The New York Post. She also taught editing as an adjunct professor at New York University’s School of Professional Studies. Rubin joined the Journalism Studies faculty in 2015.
Angelique Gammon, a journalism graduate of Texas A&M University and publisher of the local Insite Magazine, is a part-time assistant lecturer teaching JOUR 203, Media Writing I, a fundamental course required of all journalism students, and JOUR 489, Magazine Writing. A mentor who receives profuse praise from students, Gammon has a well-established connection to the Journalism Studies Program. Each semester, she takes a number of students under her wing as interns at Insite, guiding them through real-life reporting and writing experiences.