Tudor Vlad has helped direct more than 53 programs in 23 countries as part of the Cox Center.
Tudor Vlad named director of the Cox Center
Tudor Vlad has been named the director of the James M. Cox Jr. Center for International Mass Communication Training and Research. Vlad, who has served as the center’s associate director […]
learn more
Ann Hollifield was a featured speaker and discussion leader in the IdeaLab session at the 2017 Global Media Forum in Bonn, Germany.
Grady College researcher presents ideas for news media sustainability at Global Media Forum
Ideas for creating news media sustainability around the globe were the focus of an interactive TED-style presentation given by Grady College faculty member Ann Hollifield at the Deutsche Welle Global […]
learn more
Journalists from North Africa and the Near East visit Grady College
Journalists from North Africa and the Near East visit Grady College
Updated Nov. 22, 2016 For the eighth consecutive year, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication was selected to host international journalists who were participating in the Edward R. Murrow […]
learn more
Vlad, Tudor

Tudor Vlad

Dr. Vlad is the director of the Cox International Center. His research focuses on media challenges in emerging democracies and impact of mid-career training programs for journalists. He conducts workshops for journalists around the world. Vlad worked as a journalist in Romania for 20 years. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Georgia, he was the chair of the Journalism Department of the Babes-Bolyai University, Romania, and director of the World Free Press Institute. Vlad has been a visiting IREX Fellow at the University of North Carolina and a Senior Fulbright Scholar at the University of Georgia.

Tel: 706-542-5023   Email: tvlad@uga.edu

Anglin, Laurie

Laurie Anglin

Laurie Anglin has worked at Grady College since May 2010. Prior to UGA, Laurie held positions such as controller, senior accountant, auditor and teller in the accounting field for various companies, both private and public. Anglin obtained her business degree with a concentration in accounting from Emory University and subsequently passed the Georgia Certified Public Accountant exam. Her role at Grady College is Administrative Specialist for the James M. Cox Jr. Center for International Mass Communication Training and Research, the international outreach unit of the college. She also serves as president of the Grady staff council for academic years 2017-2018.

Tel: 706-542-5798   Email: ljanglin@uga.edu

Contact the Cox Center

The Cox International Center
Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication
The University of Georgia
120 Hooper Street, Rm. 423
Athens, GA 30602
USA

Phone: 706-542-5798
Fax: 706-542-5036
Email: tvlad@uga.edu