Teaching at Creighton University by Semester

Fall 2011 COM 359: Rhetoric and Public Culture (3 credits)

COM 152: Civic Engagement through Public Communication (3 credits), 2 sections

Spring 2012* COM 459: Environmental Communication (3 credits)

COM 152: Civic Engagement through Public Communication (3 credits)

Fall 2012  COM 359: Rhetoric and Public Culture (3 credits), 2 sections

COM 152: Civic Engagement through Public Communication (3 credits)

EVS 491: Environmental Science Senior Seminar (1 credit)

Spring 2013 COM 459: Environmental Communication (3 credits)

COM 200: Communication Practices (3 credits)

COM 152: Civic Engagement through Public Communication (3 credits)

Fall 2013 COM 459: Environmental Communication (3 credits)

COM 359: Rhetoric and Public Culture (3 credits)

COM 152: Civic Engagement through Public Communication (3 credits)

Spring 2014* COM 200: Communication Practices (3 credits), 2 sections

Fall 2014 COM 359: Rhetoric and Public Culture (3 credits)

COM 497: Senior Research (3 credits)

COM 170: Communicating Across Cultures (3 credits)

RSP 101: Culture of Collegiate Life (1 credit)

* denotes course release semester

 

Additional Teaching at Other Institutions

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Environmental Communication: Health, Justice, and Rhetorical Field Methods

Utah State University

SPCH 4460: Communication Criticism

SPCH 3330: Intercultural Communication

SPCH 3000: Speech Communication Teaching Practicum

SPCH 2110: Interpersonal Communication

SPCH 1020: Public Speaking (course instructor and administrator)

University of Utah

COMM 5360: Environmental Communication

COMM 3460: Communication Criticism

COMM 3190: Intercultural Communication

COMM 3070: Communication and Gender

COMM 1610: Introduction to Newswriting

COMM 4580: Strategic Communication*

COMM 1500: Introduction to Mass Communication*

Colorado State University

SP 200: Public Speaking

SP455: Narrative Film as a Liberal Art*

SP317: Women and Communication*

SP354: History and Appreciation of Film*

SP412: Evaluating Contemporary Rhetoric*

SP420: Political Communication*

* denotes teaching assistant

 

Guest Lectures

“Rhetorical Field Methods and Performance,” Rhetoric and Performance (COMM 495, Dr. George F. McHendry, Jr.), April 2014.

“Rhetorical Criticism,” Senior Research in Communication Studies (COMM 497, Dr. Erika Kirby), October 2013.

“Theory and Methods of Speech Communication,” Introduction to Speech Communication for First Year Students (COMM 2050, Abby Dohanos), November 3, 2008.

“Magic Bullet Theory,” “Agenda-Setting,” “Sampling,” and “Authenticity and Advertising,” Introduction to Mass Communication (COMM 1500, James Fisher), September 15, 2008, 24 September 2008, and 10 November 2008.

“Improvisational Comedy as a Pedagogical Tool,” Supervised College Teaching (SP 684, Dr. Karrin Vasby Anderson), April 5, 2005.

“Burke’s Comic and Tragic Frames,” Political Communication (SP 420, Dr. Karrin Vasby Anderson), March 24, 2005.

 

Student Scholarship

Daniel Steiner, “‘Not That There’s Anything Wrong with That’: Ideographic Analysis of <Bromance>,” St. Albert’s Day Student Research Forum, Creighton University, April 1, 2014.

Alexandria Clark, “Sexy Environmentalism,” St. Albert’s Day Student Research Forum, Creighton University, April 1, 2014.

Alexandria Clark, “Sexy Environmentalism: A Closer Look at PETA’s Racy Ad Campaign,” Central States Communication Association President’s Undergraduate Honors Research Conference, Minneapolis, April 2014.

Michael Kotrous, “Keeping Racism in the Past: The Masking Ideology of Remember the Titans and Glory Road,” Central States Communication Association President’s Undergraduate Honors Research Conference, Kansas City, April 2013.

Stephen Waters, “Filtering Starbucks Ideological Grounds,” Central States Communication Association President’s Undergraduate Honors Research Conference, Cleveland, March 2012.

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