Below find information on the classes I am teaching, have taught, and would like to teach. When available, I include a link to the most current syllabus for the course.

Courses Currently Teaching

Interpersonal Communication: COMM 322 is our introductory interpersonal course for undergraduate students. I have taught this both as a small seminar and large hybrid course with TAs. Check out my syllabus for the Spring 2018 course here.

Senior Honors Thesis: COMM 551 is our capstone course. Students pitch and complete a research project and present it at the end of the semester in a poster session. I am teaching this course in the Spring 2018.

Communication & Technology: COMM 332 an online course that I teach through Canvas. I typically offer it as a short session course ranging from 4-8 weeks. I will teach it next in the Winter 2018 intersession. See my syllabus for the course here.

Interpersonal Communication (Graduate): I teach COMM 742 as a research focused course. In it, students get the chance to complete a project while also learning about interpersonal project. This class is tentatively scheduled to be offered again in the Spring of 2019. Check out my past syllabus here.

Relational Communication: COMM 542 is an upper-level course primarily for juniors and seniors. This class is typically offered every other fall. See my syllabus from Fall 2017 here.

Courses In Development

Research Methods (graduate): COMM 710 is our introductory social science research methods course for graduate students. I am currently developing to take over this course for Fall 2018.

Past Courses Taught

Perspectives on Communication (Graduate): This is our introduction to the discipline course for MA students. I love getting to teach our new students in their first semester at KSU.  In this class I covered primarily social science perspectives.

Public Speaking: As a graduate teaching assistant at both KU and KSU I got to teach public speaking fairly regularly.

Small Group Communication: At KU I enjoyed teaching small group communication. I go to partner my classes with the Willow Domestic Violence Center for service learning opportunities.

Argumentation and Debate: Because I was a debate coach, I also had the chance to teach the argumentation course at KU.

Communication on the Internet: For several semesters I taught this course at KU and I also developed an online version for the department.

Research Assistant for Family Communication: I was awarded funding to be a graduate research assistant. I was teaching students enrolled in the course the importance of research skills and helping them present about their work.

Research Assistant for Methods (Psychology): Following my work with family communication, I was also asked to assist the psychology department for their methods courses. As a result, I developed online materials dispersed through Blackboard for 7 sections of the course.