Steven Urbanski

Steven Urbanski – Associate Professor at WVU Reed College of Media

Professor Urbanski brings 28 years of design and editing expertise to Reed College of Media’s program, garnering numerous state, regional and national awards for his work.

Dr. Steven R. Urbanski of Hartford, Connecticut practices radiology at Jefferson X-ray Group. Additionally he is affiliated with Holyoke Medical Center and Baystate Noble Hospital as well as having earned a degree from SUNY Upstate Medical University.

Early Life and Education

Steve Urbanski is an associate professor in West Virginia University’s Reed College of Media and brings 28 years of design, editing and reporting experience. He has held positions with several Pittsburgh newspapers such as Post-Gazette and Herald-Standard; additionally he taught journalism courses at Duquesne University as well as overseeing its student newspaper The Duquesne Duke. Furthermore he presented at several academic conferences related to West Africa print media as well as intersection between rhetorical theory and conventional journalism.

Dr. Steven Urbanski is a diagnostic radiology specialist located in Hartford, CT. Currently practicing at Baystate Noble Hospital and Holyoke Medical Center and affiliated with them respectively, he accepts numerous insurance plans. Dr. Urbanski graduated from New York State U, College of Medicine – Upstate.

Professional Career

Steven Urbanski is a board-certified diagnostic radiologist with 38 years of experience. He earned his medical degree at New York State U College Of Medicine – Upstate and is now practicing with Jefferson X-ray Group in Hartford, CT. Additionally, Steven is affiliated with Baystate Noble Hospital and Holyoke Medical Center hospitals.

He has earned state, regional and national portfolio awards. He graduated with his bachelor’s degree from WVU’s Reed College of Media; obtained his master’s in rhetoric and communication studies from Duquesne University; and completed his doctorate degree.

He has served as Principal at Christ the King School in Toledo since 2011, when Lucas County Children Services informed it of an allegation against him which did not involve current students. On December 2, the Diocese was informed by Lucas County Children Services regarding this allegation against Urbanski which did not involve current ones.

Achievement and Honors

Steven Urbanski has been named principal of Christ the King School in Toledo, Ohio. However, he was placed on administrative leave following an inquiry from Lucas County Children’s Services about an allegation unrelated to current students – and will cooperate fully with any investigation that may take place.

In May, he and fellow graduate student Douglas Roubic graduated from Geauga County’s drug court known as New Leaf. This program can last between 16-24 months and provides community treatment, education and mentoring – something Common Pleas Judge Carolyn Paschke started. New Leaf received national recognition.

His research interests focus on West African print media, ethics, and the intersections between rhetorical theory and conventional journalism. He has presented at various academic conferences such as those organized by AEJMC and Eastern Communication Association.

Personal Life

Urbanski graduated from West Virginia University and has worked at The Post and Courier (PG) since 1998, currently as page design editor. Additionally, he serves as a journalism lecturer, having advised Duquesne Duke for eight years. Furthermore, Urbanski has taught courses focusing on page design, ethics and international media coverage.

Dr. Steven Urbanski specializes in diagnostic radiology and has more than 38 years of experience. He received his MD degree from New York State U, College of Medicine – Upstate in 1984 and currently practices at Baystate Noble Hospital and Holyoke Medical Center.

He is the executive producer of Apple TV+ series Slow Horses, based on Mick Herron’s novel of the same name. Starring Gary Oldman and Sam Worthington.

Net Worth

Urbanski is a multiple award-winning and Oscar nominated producer who has directed such movies as Mank, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Nil By Mouth and Darkest Hour – in addition to executive producing Slow Horses on Apple TV+ which is based on Mick Herron novels.

Urbanski served in multiple war zones during her time at the CIA and, as chief of a multidisciplinary operational team deployed to South Asia, initiated targeting operations which ultimately contributed to dismantling Al-Qaida senior leadership worldwide.

Since 2017, Raymond has completed one Mannkind Corp trade worth an aggregate value of over $13.6 thousand dollars. Most recently he sold 296 units of MNKD stock worth $340 on 10 August 2017.

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