Teaching

Summer 2015 courses:
-COM 125: Introduction to the Internet (lower-level undergraduate course)

This online course will introduce students to the theoretical implications of the Internet for organizations, individuals, and society.

Sprint 2015 courses:
-COM 125: Introduction to the Internet (lower-level undergraduate course)

This online course will introduce students to the theoretical implications of the Internet for organizations, individuals, and society.

Fall 2014 courses:
-COM 125: Introduction to the Internet (lower-level undergraduate course)

This online course will introduce students to the theoretical implications of the Internet for organizations, individuals, and society.

Summer 2014 courses: [Singapore Campus]
-COM 350: Age of Information (upper-level undergraduate course)

This course is designed to enable students to apply communication theory and research to issues concerning the social, economic, political, and cultural implications of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the “Information Age,” focusing on the Internet and social media.

Spring 2014 courses:

-COM 518: Communication Research Methods (MA/PhD course)

The goal of this course is to socialize graduate students into the communication research process and introduce you to how social scientists conduct research, pose hypotheses, and test theories.

-COM 125: Introduction to the Internet (lower-level undergraduate course)

This online course will introduce students to the theoretical implications of the Internet for organizations, individuals, and society.

Fall 2013 courses:

-COM 125: Introduction to the Internet (lower-level undergraduate course)

This online course will introduce students to the theoretical implications of the Internet for organizations, individuals, and society.

Summer 2013 courses:

-COM 125: Introduction to the Internet (lower-level undergraduate course)

This online course will introduce students to the theoretical implications of the Internet for organizations, individuals, and society.

Spring 2013 courses:

-COM 518: Communication Research Methods (MA/PhD course)

The goal of this course is to socialize graduate students into the communication research process and introduce you to how social scientists conduct research, pose hypotheses, and test theories.

Fall 2012 courses:

-COM 125: Introduction to the Internet (lower-level undergraduate course)

This online course will introduce students to the theoretical implications of the Internet for organizations, individuals, and society.

Summer 2012 courses:

-COM 125: Introduction to the Internet (lower-level undergraduate course)

This online course will introduce students to the theoretical implications of the Internet for organizations, individuals, and society.

Spring 2012 courses:

-COM 486: New Media and Organizational Communication (upper-level undergraduate course)

This online course looks at the role of new media in organizations’ communication with internal and external stakeholders and the public.

Fall 2011 courses:

-COM 615: Cybermetrics (PhD-level course)

-COM 125: Introduction to the Internet (lower-level undergraduate course)