Dr Earl Hoffman Profile.

 

Ken Hoffman, Ph.D.
Professor of Communication
College of Communication and the Arts

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Ken Hoffman, Ph.D.

Professor of Communication
College of Communication and the Arts

Dr. Hoffman holds an M.F.A. in film production and Ph.D. in communication from New York University. He supervises the curriculum in computer graphics and teaches courses in Digital Photography, Computer Graphics, Multimedia and related subjects. Hoffman has taught at Seton Hall University since 1971 and his college textbook, Computer Graphics Applications, was published by Wadsworth Publishing in 1990. His short animation “Leaves in Space” was shown at the New York Film Festival and his multimedia work includes Vietnam War Portfolio: an Interactive Learning Resource, featuring over 100 photographs taken by him during the Vietnam War combined with commentaries contributed by visitors to his Web site. He has participated in several jury selected group photographic exhibits. 

Dr. Hoffman was born and raised in Rahway, N.J. and resides with his wife and family in Morristown, N.J.

Courses: Introduction to Computer Graphics; Digital Photography; Introduction to Multimedia Education