Academic Advisor, Adjunct Faculty
St. Louis (Webster Groves)
History of Broadcasting; Introduction to Media Writing; Introduction to Radio and Television Journalism; Broadcast Legends: Edward R. Murrow, Rod Serling, and Lucille Ball
PhD candidate, Radio-TV-Film, Department of Speech, U. of Missouri; MA, School of Journalism, U. of Missouri; BA in Communication Arts/Studio Art, The Lindenwood Colleges
KDNL-TV and KSDK-TV in St. Louis, Mo.: WTVT-TV in Tampa, Fla.: KAKE-TV Wichita, Kan.; and KOMU-TV in Columbia, Mo.
I want my office to be a place where students can go to have their questions answered, big or small. If they want to discuss changing majors, problems with a class or their schedule, I'm available. One of the great things about my position is getting to know our students.
Linda Williams advises most of the freshmen and transfer students who come into the School of Communications for one or two years. Her office is "the" place to get answers to any advising questions for any student.
Williams began teaching at Webster while still working in television news. For 25 years, she was a news producer or executive producer, earning three Regional Emmy's from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.