ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2014–Present. Medienwandel Professorship at the Department of Communication in the College of Social Sciences, University of Vienna.

2013–2014. Associate Professor at the School of Journalism in the College of Communication, University of Texas – Austin.

2013–2014. Affiliate, Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies (LLILAS) in the College of Liberal Arts at University of Texas – Austin.

2010. Visiting Professor at the University of California – Santa Barbara, within the Center for Information Technology & Society {CITS}.

2010– Present. Social Network Program within IE School of Communication at IE University, Segovia – Madrid, Spain.

2009– 2014. Affiliate, Political Communication Cluster within the Department of Communication Studies, College of Communication at University of Texas – Austin.

2008– 2014. Affiliate, Latino Media Studies Program, College of Communication at University of Texas – Austin.

2008– 2014. Affiliate, Center for European Studies, College of Liberal Arts at University of Texas – Austin

2007–2012. Assistant Professor at the School of Journalism in the College of Communication, University of Texas – Austin.

2006. Teaching Assistant for the Department of Life Science Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

2005. Teaching Assistant for the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

2001. Teacher Assistant for the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Wisconsin Madison.

 

RESEARCH POSITIONS

2016– Present. International Scientific Advisory Board Member for the Division of Emerging Studies at Boston University.

2015– Present. Associated Research Collaborator at the Center for Information Technology & Policy at Princeton University

2015. Cátedra Excelencia de Investigación (Excellence Research Chair) at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain. 

2014– Present. Director of the Media Innovation Lab (MiLab) within the the College of Social Sciences, University of Vienna.

2013– Present. Research Fellow at the Facultad de Comunicación y Letras, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile.

2013– Present. Research Associate at the Social Media Research Foundation, Stanford, CA.

2013–Present. International Advisory Board Member for the Political Communication Lab (Laboratorio de Comunicación Política – LACOP) at Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León – Monterrey, Mexico.

2013–2014. Director of the Digital Media Research Program within the Annette Strauss Institute at University of Texas – Austin

2012. Page Legacy Scholar by the Arthur W. Page Center at Pennsylvania State University. Pennsylvania.

2011. Nieman Journalism Lab Research Fellow, Harvard University, Cambridge.

2008–2012.  Associate Director of the European Research Group 940820: “Estructuras Comunicativas e Interacciones en los Distintos Niveles de la Comunicación Interpersonal”. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

2008–2012. Director of CJCR: Community, Journalism & Communication Research unit at the School of Journalism at University of Texas – Austin.

2008–2009. Joe W. Neal Centennial Fellowship in International Communication at University of Texas – Austin.  

2003–2004. Project Assistant for the Department of Journalism & Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin – Madison. Under the auspicious of the MCRC: Mass Communication Research Center). 

1999. Research Assistant for the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization: UNESCO. Under the auspicious of the chair of the UNESCO Program for Education and Development.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2016. Social Media campaigning and development consultant for Unicom Global & Unicom Iberia. Madrid, Spain.

2009. Survey Methodology Consultant for the creation of a measurement system to understand cultural citizenship on children at Instituto para la Investigación Educativa y el Desarrollo Pedagógico {IDEP} Bogota, Colombia.

2008. Northwestern University, MacArthur Foundation grant. Consultant on survey measurement for the Youth Digital Media Survey coordinated by Eszter Hargittai and Peter Miller. Chicago-Evanston, IL.

2008. Review of a prospectus beat-writing anthology book for Congressional Quarterly Press and The New York Times.

2007. New Media Specialist in the Department of Information Technologies at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Working at Engage program in Academic Technology developing the strategies of creating and distributing University Podcasts.

2004–2007. Digital audiovisual freelance media consultant for The Geo Group Corporation.

2000. Multimedia Project Assistant for the Educational Resources Development Center at University of Wisconsin Hospital.

1998. IT supervisor for TERRA-Telefonica Internet Server in Madrid.

1997. Internship at Burson Marsteller’s press bureau, Madrid, Spain.

1996. Writer for “Mundo Deportivo”, a national sports newspaper.

1994–1996. Graphic designer and page composer for “616”, a local newspaper.


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