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Richard D. Pineda

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University of Texas at El Paso

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University of Texas at El Paso

500 W. University Ave.

El Paso, Texas,79968

United States

Company Description

The University of Texas at El Paso is committed to providing a nationally competitive athletics program as an integral component of the educational mission of the university. Athletic programs sponsored shall be in compliance with the highest recognized standa...more

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Employment History

Professor

University of Texas


Affiliations

Community Scholars Inc

Board Member


Kleberg

Board Member


Education

Eastwood High School


B.A.

political science

Baylor University


M.A.

communication

UTEP


Ph.D.

communication

Wayne State University


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Editors and editorial board | American Forensic Association

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Richard D. Pineda: University of Texas-El Paso


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Joe Moody (D - El Paso) and Dr. Richard Pineda, the Director of the Sam Donaldson Center for Communication Studies at the University of Texas at El Paso.


theartave.com

Several other speakers were on hand, from Rosa Guerrero, Jim Ward and Dr. Richard Pineda.
Pineda, a professor at UTEP, spoke on identity: El Paso’s own identity and how others identify El Paso. There is an intellectual hunger for ideas in El Paso. TEDx gives people a platform to express and empower others. It encourages you to engage in conversation after the talks and it’s so interesting to see what people talk about.� Pineda explained that those not familiar with the TED series should go to the website (www.ted.com) and look up any topic they’d like to learn more about.


www.elpasotimes.com

Richard Pineda, director of the Sam Donaldson Center for Communication Studies at the University of Texas at El Paso, said the Obama strategy of using local media to bypass congressmen directly isn't new, but it can be effective and "kind of go to the hearts and minds of citizens so they can pressure the congressmen," he said.
Getting the issue on local news may get it on the radar of people who had not been paying attention, he said. In the case of a local station interviewing the president, it gives the issue a lot of exposure through the station's promotion of the interview before and after it happens, he said.


www.elpasotimes.com

"Runoffs, particularly in a one-seat municipal election, tend to bring out smaller numbers of voters," said Richard Pineda, analyst and director of the Sam Donaldson Center for Communication Studies at the University of Texas at El Paso.
Pineda said candidates have to do a good job of educating their supporters to take that one extra step in voting. The firefighters' referendum on the May 9 ballot attracted thousands of extra voters, and generated election excitement, which won't be there in the runoff, he said. "In El Paso's West Side, income and education are big factors that drive turnout," Pineda said.


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