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Roslyn Dauber


With M.A.'s in Science, Technology, & Public Policy from GWU and Communications Management from USC Dauber became an Associate Professor in broadcast journalism and new media at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Early in her documentary career Roz served as Associate Producer for the Academy-Award winning documentary feature, "BROKEN RAINBOW" about the Hopi/Navajo land dispute, and created the indigenous participatory media project with the Tibetan Bonpo. Since 2005 she has resumed full-time filmmaking. "TARA's DAUGHTERS", "ONE GAY ONE STRAIGHT", and "UPWARD & OUTWARD, Scientific Inquiry on the Tibetan Plateau" for the National Science Foundation. Her worked was used in a CBS Sunday Morning story on Magic and Science. Most recently, she has been creating web videos for the UCLA Medical system to inspire medical personnel to be more compassionate with their patients.​

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