Dr. Matthew May
Dr. Matthew S. May, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, research focuses on the transformative power of public discourse—in the oratorical performances of classical antiquity and the circuits of contemporary digital media.
Dr. Kami Kosenko
Dr. Kami Kosenko works in the area of interpersonal health communication and strives to conduct theoretically and methodologically sophisticated research that has practical relevance and import. In particular, she is interested in the communicative challenges and coping strategies of individuals […]
Dr. Adriana de Souza e Silva
Emerging Fields of Digital Media and Mobile Communication Collaborating with community public and private agencies, enhancing parent and famity understanding of system expectations particularly regarding child protection, developmental and behavioral issues.