Dr. Eric U. Dogini

Dr. Eric U. Dogini is the Director and Coordinator of Mass Communication Program and professor of Mass Communication in the Department of English Foreign Language and Mass communications at Alcorn State University.

Dr. Dogini has broad experience in Higher Education, Audio Production, Public Relations, Sport Media, Digital Filmmaking and Video Production.  Dr. Dogini have taught at several Institutions of Higher learning, and he is a researcher, producer, reviewer, and a publisher. He has published several scholarly articles in refereed journals. His most recent publication was “Niger Delta Migration: The Trials and Triumph of Rivers Folks in Diaspora”, “Journal of Social and Political Sciences”.

Dr.Dogini moderated and presented at several conferences. Dr. Dogini partnered with Glassrock Entertainment to screen the movie CRU, that won an award at the American Black Film Festival and Bronze Lens Film Festival. He was recognized as the Academic Advising All-Star, honored by the Former Governor of Mississippi State, His Excellency Governor William Winter as the William Winter Scholars at the 28th Annual Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration, founder and advisor of Alpha Chi Alpha Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta an honor society of National Communication Association, member of University Faculty Senate, founder and the advisor of University Broadcast Club, nominated for Aldridge-McMillan Faculty Achievement Award for Teaching and won several awards and certificates. He was the President of Usama Ekpeye USA, Inc., Board Director member of Usama Ekpeye USA, Inc. and South Atlantic Regional Board Director member of Rivers State Foundation Inc. He is a member of Audio Engineering Society (AES), Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), Leadership and Mentoring Institute (LMI), American Association of Black in Higher Education (AABHE) and Georgia Communication Association (GCA).