Oscar Guerra

Assistant Professor
Research Interests: Audiovisual Production, Social Change, Critical Thinking, Latino Empowerment

Dr. Guerra is a researcher, producer and educator. His primary research interests include critical educational technologies among low-income Latino students and organic educational technologies. He is currently an Assistant Professor at San Francisco State University in the BECA Department. Dr. Guerra has also been a faculty member at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and was an adjunct professor at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Also, Dr. Guerra served as head of the Media Lab Center at Tec de Monterrey University in Mexico City. With a professional foundation in aesthetics and performance, Dr. Guerra’s career spans the spectrum of television environments, music, multimedia production, documentaries for social change and a vast international audiovisual experience in the United States, Mexico and China.