Dr. Clarke Rountree Department Chair, Communication Arts Morton Hall 342A 256.824.6646 firstname.lastname@example.org Education Ph.D. Rhetorical Studies, University of Iowa, 1988 M.A. Rhetorical Studies, University of Iowa, 1985 B.A. Political Science, University of Alabama in Huntsville, 1983 Classes Taught Rhetorical Criticism Women Orators Legal Argument Burkeian Theory & Criticism Senior Seminar Public Speaking Research Interests Judicial Rhetoric Political Rhetoric Burkeian Rhetorical Theory Argument Theory Rhetoric and Race Religious Discourse Service Highlights Meet Dr. Rountree video. Department Chair (1996-2009, 2011-present); President, Kenneth Burke Society (2011-14); Co-Editor and Co-Founder, KB Journal (2004-2008); manuscript reviewer for Quarterly Journal of Speech, Communication Monographs, Rhetoric Review, Rhetoric & Public Affairs, Southern States Communication Journal, Western Communication Journal, Communication Studies, Communication Law Review, Eighteenth-Century Life, and Journal of Contemporary Rhetoric (various dates); Treasurer, Kenneth Burke Society (2002-2005); National Convention Program Planner for the Kenneth Burke Society, SCA Branch (1990, 1991); Charter member, Kenneth Burke Society (1985); member of UAH Graduate Faculty, National Communication Association, Kenneth Burke Society, and Southern States Communication Association; faculty advisor to The Exponent (1999-2004, 2008-11), Omicron Delta Kappa (1999-2002); Faculty Senator (two terms); Chair, Undergraduate Scholastic Affairs Committee (2009-11); PTAC (2010), Faculty Advisor, UAH Young Democrats (2004-11); member or chair of several search, faculty reappointment, and faculty promotion and tenure committees Dr. Eletra Gilchrist-Petty Associate Professor, Communication Arts Morton Hall 342D 256.824.6871 email@example.com Education Ph.D. Communication, University of Memphis, 2004 M.A. Communication Studies, University of Alabama, 2001 B.A. Communication Studies, University of Alabama, 1999 Classes Taught Media Writing I & II Communication Methods Persuasion Public Speaking Senior Seminar Small Group Communication Dark Side of Interpersonal Communication Research Interests Culture and Communication African American Communication Communication Pedagogy Experiences of Single African-American Women Professors With this Ph.D., I Thee Wed Service Highlights Meet Dr. Gilchrist video. Chair African American Communication & Culture Division of the National Communication Association, UAH Faculty Senator, UAH Faculty and Student Development Faculty Senate Committee, UAH Faculty/Staff Traffic Appeals Committee, Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Committee, UAH Liberal Arts, APA Editor for the Journal of College Reading and Learning, Faculty advisor to Lambda Pi Eta, Communication Arts student honor society, Article Reviewer for Critical Studies in Media Communication, Article Reviewer for Journal of Research Practice, Book Reviewer for Oxford University Press, Paper Reviewer for World Communication Association, Paper Reviewer for National Communication Association, Panel Respondent and Session Chair for National Communication Association Dr. Pavica Sheldon Assistant Professor, Communication Arts Academia.edu Profile Morton Hall 342C 256.824.2305 firstname.lastname@example.org Education Ph.D. Communication Studies, Louisiana State University, 2010 M.M.C Mass Communication, Louisiana State University, 2006 University of Zagreb, Croatia, 2003 Classes Taught Interpersonal Communication Introduction to Rhetorical Communication Communication Research Methods Communication Theory Mass Media in America Advertising Research Interests Media Psychology Social Media Uses and Gratifications Interpersonal Communication Health Communication Another Group Service Highlights Meet Dr. Sheldon video. ad-hoc reviewer for New Media & Society, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Sex Roles, Journal of Communication, Media Psychology; Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace; Reviewer for the National Communication Association conference papers; Reviewer for the International Communication Association conference papers; Former member of editorial board for Rocky Mountain Communication Review; Former graduate students representative for the Louisiana Communication Association David Harwell Associate Professor, Communication Arts Morton Hall 342 256.824.6909 email@example.com Education MFA Theatre Design and Technology, University of Illinois, 1991 BFA Theatre, University of Montevallo Classes Taught Theatre Appreciation Acting Theatre Mainstage Design Elements Ancient Greek Theatre Research Interests Theatre Architecture Ancient Greek Theatre Stage Lighting Stage Design Arts Technology Arts Management Film and Video Production Emerging Artists Service Highlights Director, UAH Theatre, Theatre Minor. Serve with UAH Advancement and Relations. Traveled with students to Birmingham AL, Chattanooga TN, Lexington KY, New York City and Athens, Greece. Kristin Scroggin Lecturer, Communication Arts kristinscroggin.com Morton Hall 342B 256.824.6871 firstname.lastname@example.org Education M.A. Communication Studies, University of Alabama, 2005 B.A. Speech Communications, University of Montevallo, 2000 Classes Taught Introduction to Rhetorical Communication Business and Professional Communication Foundations of Human Communication Nonverbal Communication Organizational Training and Development Small Group Communication Service Highlights Department Internship Coordinator, Faculty Advisor, Departmental Web Advisor, UAH Blue Crew Spirit Organization, Founder, Member American Society of Training and Development, UAH Student Government Association Distinguished Faculty Member Award for the College of Liberal Arts, 2009.