Daniel Reimold, Ph.D. is a college journalism scholar who has written and presented about the student press throughout the U.S. and in Southeast Asia. He currently serves as a visiting assistant professor of journalism within Singapore's Nanyang Technological University. He maintains College Media Matters, a daily blog focused on student journalism 2.0 that is affiliated with the Associated Collegiate Press, the largest and oldest U.S. student media organization. His first book on modern college media, Sex and the University: Celebrity, Controversy, and a Student Journalism Revolution, is due out in fall 2010 by Rutgers University Press. He is a former Fulbright research fellow who has taught journalism, mass communication, and new media courses at three universities in two countries. He earned his doctorate in journalism/mass communication and a certificate in contemporary history from Ohio University; his master's degree in journalism from Temple University; and his B.A. in communication studies from Ursinus College. His favorite honor: The Philadelphia Inquirer's first Ralph Vigoda Memorial Award for passion in journalism, given to him in 2004.