Professor of Practice
American University in Cairo
Kim Fox is currently a professor of practice in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at The American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt.
She’s a graduate of Ohio University with a B.S. in Media Arts and a M.A. in Public Media.
Fox spent decades working in the radio industry in the U.S. She has a wealth of experience in both commercial and public radio.
At AUC, she primarily teaches Audio Production and Multimedia Writing.
She is active on Twitter and encourages others to participate responsibly in public discourse on issues that are of interest to them.
Interests: podcasting, journalism, social media, media writing, diversity, audio production
- #AUCdiaries: An AMICAL Small Grant recap
- Learning from a Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) experience
- Media literacy, news literacy, information literacy and digital literacy: Differences in pedagogical approaches
- Creating narrative non-fiction podcasts in the classroom
- Executing a podcasting project on your campus
- Notes from the Digital Humanities Institute — Beirut 2017
- AUC diaries: Podcasting Life 101 @ AUC
- E-portfolios: Are they still relevant?
- AMICAL 2021 · Jun 21–24, 2021
- AMICAL 2020 · Jan 15, 2020–18, 2019
- AMICAL 2019 · Mar 29 – Apr 1, 2019
- AMICAL 2018 · May 4–7, 2018
- AMICAL 2017 · May 17–20, 2017
- DHI-B: Digital Humanities Institute – Beirut 2017 · Mar 10–12, 2017
- AMICAL 2016 · May 12–14, 2016
- Engage students in creative multimedia content production · Mar 21–22, 2014