Graduate Faculty | Communication Studies

Graduate Faculty

Faculty Members

David Carlone, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

david_carlone@uncg.edu
114 Ferguson Building
336-334-5297

Organizational Communication, Cultural Studies of Work and Organization


Cerise Glenn, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

clglenn@uncg.edu
349 Curry Building
336-334-5507

Organizational Communication, Communication Theory, African-American Culture and Identity, Intercultural Communication


Spoma Jovanovic, Ph.D.

Professor

s_jovano@uncg.edu
108 Ferguson Building
336-334-5297

Community, Ethics and Social Change


Pete Kellett

Pete Kellett, Ph.D.

Professor

pmkellet@uncg.edu
209 Curry
336-334-5297

Narrative inquiry, relational conflict and peacebuilding, health communication, disability


Etsuko Kinefuchi, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

e_kinefu@uncg.edu
105 Ferguson Building
336-334-5297

Critical Intercultural Communication, Community Engagement, Qualitative Methods


Marianne LeGreco, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies

melegrec@uncg.edu
110 Ferguson
336-334-5297

Health Communication, Research Methods, Food Policy


Jessica D. McCall, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer, Basic Course Director

jedelk@uncg.edu
207 Curry
336-334-5297
Website

Communication Education, Relational Communication, Small Group and Team Communication


Elizabeth Natalle, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

ejnatalle@uncg.edu
301B Curry Bldg.
336-334-5297

Feminism and Communication Theory, Women’s Public Speaking and First Ladies, Intercultural Communication


Loreen Olson, Ph.D.

Professor

lnolson@uncg.edu
107 Ferguson Building
336-334-5297

Gender, Family Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Dark Side of Close Relationships


Christopher N. Poulos, Ph.D.

Professor

cnpoulos@uncg.edu
109 Ferguson Building
336.334.5297

Family Communication, Dialogue, Ethnography/Autoethnography, Film and Relationships, Communication Ethics


Roy Schwartzman, Ph.D.

Professor, Department Head

doc_roy@uncg.edu
115 Ferguson
336-334-3840
Website

Rhetorical Theory & Criticism; Holocaust & Genocide Studies; Rhetoric of Science, Technology, & Medicine; Scholarship of Teaching & Learning; Political Communication; Critical Studies; Prejudice & Propaganda; Critical Ethnography; Public Argumentation; Poetics