Greg Faller is professor of Electronic Media & Film at Towson University since 1986 and Chair of EMF 2009-2012. He began serving as Associate Dean of the College of Fine Arts & Communication on 1 July 2012. He received his Masters in Film Production from Syracuse University and his Doctorate in Film Studies from Northwestern University. He was an essayist, advisor, assistant and associate editor of The International Dictionary of Films & Filmmakers (1984-2001), The Journal of Film & Video (1985-87), Film Reader 5 (1982) and Film Reader 6 (1985). He has been published in Literature/Film Quarterly, Popular Music and Society, American National Biography, Film Quarterly, Media Criticism (Kendall/Hunt 1992), The Fifties: Transforming the Screen (Scribners, 2003), and Movies, Moves, and Music (Equinox, 2013). He has presented papers at numerous conferences including the Literature/Film Association, the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, University Film & Video Association, and the Art Seminar Group. Dr. Faller served as the Director for the Mass Communication Graduate Program (1992-2001). He also ran the Fall Film Series (1989-2009) which hosts an annual, semester-long film series and the Annual Spring Student Media Arts Festival (1989-2009). He helped establish ties between Towson University and the Polish National Film, Television, and Theatre School and co-chaired the inaugural Maryland Sister States International Film Series (2006) which is now an annual state-wide event. Dr. Faller also worked professionally as a film editor. He collaborated with choreographer Susan Mann and composer Bill Kleinsasser to create Do You Like That? (2008), a dance for the camera.