Xavier University of Louisiana

Xavier University of Louisiana
Department of Communications

1 Drexel Drive

Campus Box 93

New Orleans, LA 70125

504-520-5087 phone

504-520-7982 fax

communications@xula.edu

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ARNOLD L. CRUMP, M.Ed.

Assistant Professor / Assistant Chair

EDUCATION

ABD Syracuse University
Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation

M.Ed Southern University Baton Rouge
Communications and Instructional Technology
Teaching Certificate, High School Mathematics

B.S.E.E.T Southern University Baton Rouge
Engineering Technology

COURSES TAUGHT AT XAVIER
  • Introduction to Mass Communication (MSCM 1100)
  • Fundamentals of TV Production (MSCM 3190)
  • Fundamentals of Audio Production (MSCM 2530)
  • TV News Gathering & Reporting (MSCM 3210)
  • Producing TV Newscast (MSCM 4010)
  • TV Program Production (MSCM 4020)
  • Broadcast Practicum (MSCM 2/3/4009)
  • Independent Study (MSCM 4131/2/3)
BIOGRAPHY

Arnold L. Crump came to Xavier after teaching on the faculty of Southern University Baton Rouge and Jackson State University, and teaching courses at Syracuse University. Working as a consultant on projects at the New Orleans Convention Center, East Jefferson General Hospital, Northeastern State University School of Nursing, and the Louisiana State Police Academy, he also brought to Xavier a wealth of experience in program development and facilities design. Arnold has done training programs for the FAA, NewYork State External High School Diploma Program, and Indonesian TV Mangers. He has been a fellow with the American Council on Education (ACE), Okoboji Educational Media Leadership Council, and the Southern Fellowships Fund (Council of Southern Universities). His work in the area of educational technology and training led him to be selected to serve on a White House council (Carter Administration) to explore Minority Ownership in Common Carrier Related Communications Businesses. Early in his tenure at Xavier Arnold managed a $250,000 grant that facilitated the upgrade of Mass Communication production equipment to digital formats. Within five years of completing this upgrade, four of the Mass Communication graduates had been offered positions as news producers at middle market TV stations. TV Production had reached the level of 20-hours of original programming when Katrina hit. During the Post Katrina recovery and rebuilding phase of the program and school Arnold has continued his interest in Message Design through his work with production students as they learn to create and direct television shows.

Contact Information

Office Location: Xavier South 110C
Direct Line: 504-520-5093
Fax Number: 504-520-7919
Email Address: acrump@xula.edu
Personal Website: www.xula.edu/~acrump