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marketing professional , Communications educator

Howard David Gross, American communications educator, marketing professional. Recipient International Film & television Festival of New York Bronze award, 1981, United States Industrial Film Festival Silver award, 1983, Chicago International Film Festival Silver Hugo award, 1983, Association for Multi-Image Bronze award, 1984, Association for Visual Communications Cindy award, 1985.


Gross, Howard David was born on April 30, 1949 in Brooklyn. Son of Emanuel and Jeanette (Perlstein) Gross.


Bachelor in Communications cum laude, City University of New York, Queen's College, 1972. Master of Arts in Radio-television-Film, Northwestern University, 1974.


Coordinator television services California State University, Fresno, California, 1974-1976. Co-founder Creative Communications Laboratories, 1976-1979. Senior associate information services Howard Gross Associates, Hamden, Connecticut, since 1980.

Consultant Lucas Associates, East Lyme, 1984-1992. Former chair student affiliates division National Academy television Arts & Sciences, New York City, 1991-1992. Founder, first chair Communications Technologies Division Broadcast Education Association, Washington, 1991-1992.

Faculty consultant Hartford (Connecticut) Graduate Center, since 1993. Vice president, editorial services Partnership Worls, Caribiner International, Inc., White Plains, 1995. V.p communications strategy Caribiner Communications, 1996.

Visiting assistant professor department communications Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, 1986. Coordinator journalism, assistant professor department communications arts Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, 1987-1991. Visiting assistant professor department corporation communications Southern Connecticut State University, 1991-1993.

Consultant Brookside Associates, Boston, 1991-1992. Consultant to non-profit organizations in Connecticut, since 1993.


  • Other Work

    • Writer, producer public affairs features on business and media issues for National Public Radio, 1982-1987, KJEO-television in Fresno, California, 1974-1976, for WEBZ-FM, Chicago, 1973-1974.


Coordinator Special Projects for Video Access Center, New York, 1971-1973. Workshop presenter Arthur Andersen & Company, 1980-1982. Member Broadcast Education Association, Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium, Human Factors Society, International Interactive Communications Society, Society for Applied Learning Technologies.


Emanuel Gross

Jeanette (Perlstein) Gross