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Catherine Wilson
Associate Professor
School of Humanities
Walk 2-119
318-342-1420
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Catherine T Wilson, Ph D
Associate Professor, Communication

Education

Ph D

1997, Speech Communication
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

MA

1978, Speech and Dramatic Arts
University of Iowa

BA

1975, Speech Communication
University of Northern Colorado

Professional Positions

August 2001

Associate Professor, University of Louisiana at Monroe

August 2020 January 1975

Storyteller, Special Interest Groups

July 2012 August 1999

Editorial Board, Louisiana Communication Journal

June 2012 August 2011

Elected Secretary, Faculty Senate

August 2010 January 1975

Storyteller, Special Interest Groups

June 2010 January 2010

Secretary, Faculty Senate

June 2009 June 2008

Associate Prof., Faculty Senate Secretary, ULM

July 2008 August 1999

Editorial Board, Louisiana Communication Journal

June 2008 June 2007

Associate Prof., Faculty Senate President, ULM

June 2007 August 2006

Associate Prof., Faculty Senate President-Elect, ULM

May 2007 January 2007

Associate Prof., Interim Department Head, ULM

May 2007 August 2002

Graduate Program Coordinator, University of Louisiana at Monroe

December 2006 November 2006

Director, Wing and Prayer Productions

October 2006 September 2006

Director, Young Troupe

July 2006 June 2006

Associate Professor, University of Louisiana at Monroe

October 2005 September 2005

Director, Wing and Prayer Productions

December 2002 September 2002

Evaluator, Stanford's I-SPEAK Program

April 2002 April 2001

Performance Studies Division Chair, Southern States Communication Association

December 2001 September 2001

Reviewer, I-RITE Program, Stanford University

November 2001 October 2001

Scholar Respondent, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities

August 2001 May 2001

Actor, Paper Moon Summer Repertory Theatre

August 2001 August 1997

Assistant Professor, University of Louisiana at Monroe

April 2001 April 2000

Performance Studies Division Program Planner, Southern States Communication Association

November 1999 October 1999

Respondent/Scholar, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities

July 1997 March 1997

Community Relations Coordinator, Barnes & Noble Booksellers

May 1997 August 1995

Kleinau Theatre Assistantship, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

May 1995 January 1992

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

May 1995 August 1991

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin at Platteville

May 1991 August 1989

Director of Forensics, University of Wisconsin at Platteville

August 1989 May 1989

Interviewer, Market Trends Research, Bellevue, WA

May 1989 January 1989

Adjunct Instructor, Ames Community High School, Ames H.S.

May 1989 January 1988

Assistant Director of Forensics, Iowa State University

May 1987 August 1982

Assistant Professor, Loras College

May 1982 August 1980

Adjunct Faculty, Loras College

May 1982 August 1979

Chair, Instructor, University of Dubuque

May 1979 August 1976

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Iowa

July 1978 January 1978

Researcher, Frank N. Magid Associates

Licensure & Certification

IRB Testing and (Re)Certification
Institutional Review Board

Secondary Teaching Certification
State of Iowa
7-th-12th Grade certification with endorsements in Speech, Theatre, and English-Renewed every 5 years for a fee.

Community College Certification
State of Iowa
At the time of issuance Iowa was one of five states requiring certification to teach at a community college

IRB Testing
Collaborative Institutional Training
Took series of 10 tests and "passed" signalling understanding of the ethics of the use of Human Subjects in research.

Awards & Honors

August 2016 Storytelling, Identity and Culture.

February 2016 Institutional Review Board Testing and (Re)Certification.

March 2015 Teaching 6 Hour Seminar in Health Literacy.

April 2011 College Service Award Nominee.

April 2010 College Service Award Nominee.

June 2006 Fulbright-Hayes Scholarship Award.

April 2004 Outstanding Fall 2003 Colloquium Presenter.

May 1997 Hale-Bopp Award.

May 1995 Marion Kleinau Theatre Award.

April 1987 Favorite Teacher Award.

Courses Taught

CMST 1001Fundamentals, 2 course(s)

CMST 1009FORENSIC SPEAKING LABORATORY, 8 course(s)

CMST 1010Honors Communication Studies, 1 course(s)

CMST 1018Interpersonal Communication, 5 course(s)

CMST 2001Public Speaking, 2 course(s)

CMST 3005ORAL INTERPRETATION, 3 course(s)

CMST 3035NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION, 2 course(s)

CMST 4026HEALTH COMMUNICATION, 8 course(s)

CMST 5002Nonverbal Communication, 1 course(s)

CMST 5010COMMUNICATION THEORY, 1 course(s)

CMST 5026Communication In Gerontology, 4 course(s)

CMST 5091Instructional Communication, 2 course(s)

CMST 5094Interpersonal Communication, 1 course(s)

CMST 5099THESIS, 4 course(s)

COMM 1010HONORS COMMUNICATION STUDIES, 2 course(s)

COMM 1018INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION, 6 course(s)

COMM 2001PUBLIC SPEAKING, 1 course(s)

COMM 2009EVIDENTIARY SPEAKING, 8 course(s)

COMM 2044ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION, 2 course(s)

COMM 3005PERFORMANCE ADVOCACY, 2 course(s)

COMM 4000COMMUNICATION CAPSTONE, 5 course(s)

COMM 4026HEALTH COMMUNICATION, 7 course(s)

COMM 4050COMMUNICATION THEORY, 4 course(s)

COMM 5000Proseminar In Comm Studies, 2 course(s)

COMM 5001QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS, 4 course(s)

COMM 5093PROF COMM EXIT PROJECT, 2 course(s)

GERO 5026COMMUNICATION IN GERONTOLOGY, 9 course(s)

MCOM 5083PUBLIC OPINION/PROPAGANDA, 1 course(s)

SPCH 1018Interpersonal Commun, 2 course(s)

SPCH 4026Health Communication, 1 course(s)

SPCH 5026Communica In Gerontology, 1 course(s)