Robert G. Nulph, Ph.D.

Assistant Teaching Professor of Digital Media, School of Humanities
777 W. Harrisburg Pike
Olmsted W005
Middletown, PA 17057

Robert G. Nulph, Ph.D. is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Digital Media and video/film writer/producer/director. For over 30 years, Dr. Nulph has taught broadcast, film and digital production, screenwriting and photography. While teaching college, Dr. Nulph continues to work as an award-winning independent producer/director for such clientele as Ameritrade, ESPN, QVC Network, The Missouri Humanities Council, The Georgia Department of Education, The Parkinson Foundation of The Heartland, the Houston Area Parkinson Society, The Missouri Departments of Corrections and Family Services, the US Navy, and many others. His video work and documentaries have won numerous international awards. Dr. Nulph was also a contributing editor for VideoMaker Magazine for fourteen years; eight years as author of their monthly lighting and directing columns. Dr. Nulph’s research focus includes visual aesthetics and theory, environmental journalism (he taught biology for five years at the high school level) and as an advisor for student media for 20 years. When not exploring the world with his camera, Dr. Nulph is challenging his students to see beyond the obvious and excel in whatever endeavor they choose.

Ph.D. in Film/Theatre, University of Kansas