I enjoy teaching courses aimed at analyzing and reflecting upon our everyday, routine communicative practices (such as interpersonal and relational communication and interviewing) as well as broader surveys of the discipline and different traditions of communication theory. This course provides a broad introduction to the field of communication studies and an overview of how communication works to construct our social worlds. This is an advanced theory course that addresses a most important and pervasive aspect of human experience: interpersonal communication, including both verbal and nonverbal aspects of social interaction. This course surveys the questions and theoretical issues that interest the people who inhabit the academic discipline of Communication Studies. This course is designed for entry-level workers looking to quickly start a career in the nursing field.
This course is designed for individuals with one year of experience in health care compliance, or those looking to learn more about new health care compliance regulations. The target audience for this course includes individuals that are in lower-level management or are new to management. This course is designed for IT professionals with a PC support background, looking to become IT network practitioners. The target audience for this course includes students who are new to management or who have not had experience with finance in their current managerial positions. The target audience for this course includes individuals that are in lower-level management or are new to management. This course is designed for students who are new to health care but want to work in a hospital setting.


The target audience for this course includes anyone who works in a health care setting where individual medical records are generated, kept, or stored.
The target audience for this course includes medical professionals who are already coding and need to upgrade to the new system. This course is designed for students seeking entry into health care jobs and incumbent workers planning for advancement. In addition to teaching as a Graduate Student Instructor, I have taught students at the middle school level (in ESL - English as a Second Language), high school level (Relational Communication & Introductory Philosophy), and the community-college level (Introductory Public Speaking). We will consider how social constructionist approaches illuminate communication phenomena across the field’s sub-areas, including interpersonal communication, nonverbal communication, family and small group communication, intercultural communication, organizational communication, language and social interaction, communication and new media technologies, and public communication. Our goal together will be to explore the discursive practices through which organizational goals, identities, cultures, and relationships are constructed through talk and embodied conduct. In fact, some scholars have argued that our unique brand of interaction is at the root of what makes us human. EMTs, medical office assistants) who need to understand how drugs are prepared and delivered.
We will highlight how the study of interpersonal aspects of institutional activity can provide a window into the often unnoticed and, effectively, invisible workings of these institutions.
Another basic goal is your development of a critical attitude toward theory (and theorizing). The course introduces theories of communication while also encouraging their application to everyday life.


We will explore how social interactions link speakers to a range of social and cultural realities. In particular, we will focus on the process of communication, the production of meaning in interpersonal contexts, analyzing aspects of theory underlying competence in verbal and nonverbal communication, perception and interpretation, language, identity, and relationship building.
From this, we will see how talk not only reflects such realities, but also constitutes them. We will actively engage each of these components through a combination of lecture, discussion, and active-learning exercises. Embracing the interdisciplinary nature of communication inquiry, our explorations of these issues will draw on research from the disciplines of sociology, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, communication, social psychology, and anthropology.
The goal is to open your mind to scholarly ways of thinking about communication phenomena that we encounter in our everyday lives. Please note that although the world of everyday experience is our starting point, this is not a class about "how to communicate." Rather, by placing communication processes at the center of social life, we put ourselves in the position to see how core aspects of our everyday encounters are recurrently being (re)constructed and (re)negotiated.



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