My Ph.D. will be in Human Science, and my approach is strongly interdisciplinary, but I graduated with a Master's degree in Speech Communication in June, 2009. My Bachelor's (December, 2005) is in Mass Communication. I am qualified to teach communication classes and skills that employers say they want1 at the undergraduate level in both community colleges and universities.
- 1. Casey Fabris, "College Students Think They’re Ready for the Work Force. Employers Aren’t So Sure," Chronicle of Higher Education, January 20, 2015, http://m.chronicle.com/article/College-Students-Think/151289; Leslie Stevens-Huffman, "Wanted: Problem-Solving and Communications Skills," Dice, December 16, 2011, http://resources.dice.com/2011/12/16/problem-solving-hiring/; Beckie Supiano, "Employers Want Broadly Educated New Hires, Survey Finds," Chronicle of Higher Education, April 10, 2013, http://chronicle.com/article/Employers-Want-Broadly/138453/; Martha C. White, "The Real Reason New College Grads Can’t Get Hired," Time, November 10, 2013, http://business.time.com/2013/11/10/the-real-reason-new-college-grads-cant-get-hired/