See how our students study communication science: why they chose
empirical research, what are their individual programs, and how
their mentors contribute.
Derek Lackaff, PhD '09
Assistant Professor, Elon University
K H Kwon, PhD '11
Assistant Professor, Arizona State University
Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah, PhD '12
Mentor: Thomas Feeley
Jang Kim, PhD '07
Assistant Professor of Communication, Department of Communicology,
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Carolyn Hurley, PhD '10
Program Analyst, TSA
Yuchao Huang, PhD '10
Assistant Professor, Department of Indigenous Languages and
Communication, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan
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