Dakota Hall 307
Phone: (605) 677-5476
I am an instructor in the Department of Communication Studies, engaged in the instruction of communication classes. The majority of which are core communication curriculum, including the fundamental speaking course, interpersonal, and rhetorical studies.
My teaching interests include the following communication courses: fundamentals of speech and communication, interpersonal, advanced public address, communication in interviewing, gender and communication, introduction to rhetorical criticism, and leadership.
My academic research interests include: interpersonal and professional identity communication, instructional communication and pedagogy.
- Sustainable Rivers: Integrating Earth Science & Sustainability Across the Curriculum, National Science Foundation. Grant Role: Supporting. (2015 - 2016)
Awards and Honors:
- Lambda Chi Teaching Award, Instructor of the Year, Lambda Chi, 2019
- Lambda Pi Eta, Rookie Advisor of the Year, National Communication Association, 2017
- Instructor of the Year, College of Arts & Sciences, 2015