Danica Cullina

Danica Cullinan

Video Producer
Tompkins 207
danica.cullinan at gmail dot com


B.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2002
M.A., North Carolina State University, 2008
M.S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2010


Danica Cullinan is a video producer at North Carolina State University. Along with the Director of the North Carolina Language and Life Project, Walt Wolfram, she produced Spanish Voices in 2011. She collaborated with Akram Khater, professor of History at NCSU, to produce Cedars in the Pines in 2012. She has worked as an archivist and video editor for the Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries, as well as a video editor for the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and the English Department.



First Language - the race to save Cherokee. 2014.


Cedars in the Pines. 2012.

Spanish Voices. 2011.

Vignettes in Educational Use

Language Diversity at NC State. 2013.

The NCLLP at the 2012 NC State Fair. 2012.

Informational Shorts for NCSU's Department of English. 2011.