Faculty & Staff
Mark A. Pollock, PhD
Title/s: Associate Professor, School of Communication
Program Director, Communication Studies
Office #: Lewis Towers 907
Mark Pollock is an associate professor in the School of Communication and program director for the Communication Studies program.
Among the undergraduate courses he teaches are: Envronmental Advocacy; Rhetorical Criticism; Argumentation and Advocacy; Social Justice and Communication; Rhetorical Foundations of Communication; Rhetoric of the Cold War and the War on Terror; and the Rhetoric of Social Change.
Pollock received his Ph.D. from Northwestern University, earning the National Communication Association's Outstanding Dissertation Award.
He taught at Temple University until coming to Loyola in 1992. In 1998 he was the recipient of the Mundelein College Outstanding Teacher Award.
Dr. Pollock has published scholarly work on contemporary American political rhetoric, on service learning, and on communication and social justice. He also is editor and contributing author of Communication Processes: Language, Reality, Identity.