Ms. Kristin Scroggin

Lecturer, Communication Arts


1310 Ben Graves Drive
Morton Hall
Room 236
Huntsville, AL 35899
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Kristin T. Scroggin is the founder and owner of Workplace Training Solutions as well as a Communication Arts Professor at The University of Alabama in Huntsville.

She has a M.A. Degree in Communication Studies, with an emphasis in Organizational Communication, from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, and a B.A. in Communication Studies from the University of Montevallo.

As an instructor at The University of Alabama in Huntsville since 2006, she has taught courses in Business and Professional Communication, Organizational Training and Development, Nonverbal Communication, Human Communication, Small Group Communication, and Public Speaking.

Kristin actively studies Communication issues in multi-generation workplaces, specifically examining how to effectively motivate the Millennial Generation. She has been invited to attend the National Communication Association National Convention as a presenter for the past three years. She designs customized Communication-skill focused training programs that improve public speaking, active listening, team building, generation interaction awareness, and conflict resolution skills, as well as nonverbal communication awareness.

Hopelessly addicted to travel and desperate to see the world, she and her husband George do their best to keep their heads above water while parenting their awesome children C, Logan & Josie.

Curriculum Vitae

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  • M.A., Communication Studies, University of Alabama, 2005
  • B.A., Speech Communications, University of Montevallo, 2000

Honors & Awards

  • Recipient of Distinguished Faculty Member Award for the College of Liberal Arts from the Student Government Association, May 2009
  • Honored at last UAH Basketball Home game for Public Relations campaign 2010
  • Nominated to receive UAHuntsville’s Exemplary Student Mentoring and Advising Award 2009
  • Requested to speak by students, and the Director of Student Activities, at the on-campus memorial service for Sarah Chapman on behalf of the UAHuntsville faculty, September 2008
  • Faculty Spotlight article written in The Exponent (UAH student newspaper), April 2008


  • Western States Communication Association
  • National Communication Association
  • American Society for Training and Development (ASTD - North Alabama)


  • Generations in the Workplace
  • Leadership
  • Flipped Classroom Methodology
  • Memorable Messages
  • Building Community in the College Classroom
  • HumanCommunication Theory
  • Training and Development Program Design

Recent Publications

  • 2008 – Instructional Mini-Grant “Boosting opportunities for the visual and kinesthetic learner in the higher education classroom.”

  • 2005 -"Teaching at the Community College Level: A Practicum." Masters Colloquium.

  • 2005 -"Memorable Messages for Leaders: A Study of Bono." Submitted to the Southern States Communication Association.

  • 2005 - "Are they Lovin' it? Diving into the Corporate Culture within the McDonald’s Corporation." Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Communication Review.