Bruce Davis is an Associate Professor in the Department of Creative Multimedia at San Antonio College. His career in media began in middle school with building a home recording studio, making 8 mm films, and playing Cornet. High school saw him in student theater, concert choir, and marching band, and writing church youth drama skits. Bruce graduated from Indiana State University in 1970 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio and Television (speech minor, education courses, and student teaching in a high school with a PBS station). While at Indiana State U., he helped create and program a dorm radio station, was on the university radio station, and was assistant student manager for four dorm food-serving lines. Bruce’s first media position was at Illinois State University where he was a Faculty Associate in the university laboratory schools. He produced videos of excellent teaching for the College of Education, served on research committees, and consulted with Deans of various colleges in university on media techniques, strategies, and institutional politics. He graduated from Illinois State U. in 1974 with a Master of Science in Education (Educational Media) degree. In 1975, San Antonio College welcomed Bruce as a faculty member in the Television section of the Library/Learning Resource Center where he has worked for forty-one years. As a tenured Associate Professor, Bruce has taught media courses in the former Library Technology Program, and occasional courses in Radio, TV, Broadcasting Department, as well as, performing academic media activities in the Department of Creative Multimedia. He served as Acting Director of the Library/Learning Resource Center in 1985, and participated on other committees such as Unit Review, Technology Advisory Committee, and other college and district committees. In addition, he has participated in disability media and STEM grants and made various presentations. He has sharpened the saw by attending college and district professional development activities in addition to taking graduate courses on the American College Student, Simulation and Gaming, and Governance of Higher Education. He is a NISOD award winner. This is Bruce’s first two-and-half year term on Faculty Senate.