Mischelle McIntosh

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Mischelle McIntosh, M.A.

Assistant Professor of Communication

Biography

Professor McIntosh began teaching at Cedarville as an adjunct instructor in 1993 and has been a full-time member of the faculty since 1999. Her areas of focus are media research and documentary film. She also works on film projects for ministry organizations such as Open Schools Wroldwide and Teach Beyond Borders. She is a member of the International Documentary Association. She participates in local community theatrical productions and is also involved in church media.

Education and Credentials

  • M.A. in Communication Arts, The University of West Florida
  • M.A. in Dramatic Productions, Pensacola Christian College
  • B.A. in Speech Education, Cedarville University

Scholarly Works

  • State of the Heart Commercial, on-camera talent, 2010
  • Associate Producer for "Still Me," a narrative film on the issue of surviving a stroke, 2008
  • Promotional video for Open Schools Worldwide ministry in South Africa, 2012
  • Director of Cinematography for "Lifeboat'" a documentary in production on the refugee crisis in Lesvos Greece, 2018
  • Associate Producer for a commercial for Michael Wright's law firm in Dayton, Ohio, 2019
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »

Interests

  • Spending time with family
  • Traveling
  • Running
  • Biking
  • Theatre
  • Music
  • Sewing
  • Visiting the coasts in Florida and Maine
  • Attending film festivals Visiting art museums 
  • Why Cedarville? As a graduate of Cedarville University, I experienced firsthand the godly, academically excellent culture here. When I moved back into the Dayton area in 1993, I was contacted by the Communication Department chair about teaching speech classes. It was an exciting and fulfilling year, which eventually led to me becoming full-time faculty. I love the students and am grateful every day for the opportunity God has given me to impact their lives in my classrooms.