Remembering Dr. John Grams

Dr. John GramsThe Diederich College of Communication remembers Dr. John Grams, who died Monday, March 14. Grams was an Associate Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication who taught courses in television/radio broadcasting and  jazz history at the University for 47 years. He also wrote a number of books about toy trains, and was a contributor to the publication Classic Toy Trains.

Read the story in Marquette University Online News Briefs (March 17, 2011)

1 Response to “Remembering Dr. John Grams”


  1. 1 Josemanuel Lopez March 23, 2011 at 7:11 pm

    I had Dr. Grams throughout my college career in four different courses and all I can say is that I have the utmost respect and admiration for him. He is the model professor to follow and his classes were never boring but rather enlightening. I am truly saddened to hear of his passing but his mark was more than left at this University.


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