Sarah Steimel

Education

  • Ph.D. in Organizational Communication (with a secondary emphasis in rhetoric & culture), University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Areas of concentration: Nonprofit organizing, Volunteers, Diversity in Organizations
  • M.A. in Communication Studies (with a secondary emphasis in statistics), Kansas State University
  • Areas of concentration: Message Framing, Contemporary Rhetoric, Statistics
  • B.B.A in Economics (Minors in Communication & Statistics), University Oklahoma

Classes Taught

  • Weber State University
  • Comm 1020: Public Speaking [2 sections; 1 face-to-face, 1 online]
  • Comm 3000: Communication Theory [4 sections]
  • Comm 3100: Small Group Facilitation and Leadership [1 section]
  • Comm 3150: Communication Research Methods [7 sections]
  • Comm 3550: Organizational Communication [1 section]
  • Comm 4800: Independent Study [1 project]
  • MPC 6450: Advanced Organizational Communication [1 section]
  • MPC 6700: Research Methods for Professional Communication [1 section]
    • University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    • Standardized Courses
      • COMM 311: Business and Professional Communication [4 sections]
      • COMM 380x: Gender and Communication (Online Class) [2 sections]
      • Independently Developed Courses
        • COMM 209: Public Speaking [2 sections]
        • COMM 380: Gender and Communication [2 sections]
        • COMM 386: Organizational Communication [2 sections]
        • Teaching Assistant/Grader
          • Comm 430: Political Communication [1 section]
  • Kansas State University
  • SPCH 105: Public Speaking (for Engineering, Science & Technical Majors) [11 sections]
  • SPCH 106: Public Speaking   (for all Majors)            [2 sections]
    • Manhattan Area Technical College
    • COMM 115: Intro to Communication [3 sections]

Publications

Steimel, S. J. (2013). Community partners' assessment of service learning in an interpersonal and small group communication course. Communication Teacher, 1-15. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17404622.2013.798017#.UZ5B6KLiisY

            Steimel, S. (2013). Connecting with volunteers: Memorable messages and volunteer identification. Communication Research Reports, 30(1), 12-21. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08824096.2012.746220#.UZ5B2KLiisY

            Vorell, M., & Steimel, S. (2013). Socializing the nomad: Problematizing the linear socialization model in regards to profession specific temporary workers. Ohio Communication Journal, 50, 151-180.

 

Steimel, S. J. (2010). Refugees as people: The portrayal of refugees in American human interest stories. Journal of Refugee Studies, 23(2), 219-237. http://jrs.oxfordjournals.org/content/23/2/219.abstract

Steimel, S. (2010). Dialectic tensions experienced by resettled Sudanese refugees in mediating organizations. International Journal of Communication, 4, 117-138. http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/commstudiespapers/27/

Steimel, S. (2009).  Refugees in the news: A representative anecdote of identification/division in refugee media coverage. Kentucky Journal of Communication, 28(1), 55-75. http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/commstudiespapers/30/

Lucas, K., & Steimel, S. J. (2009). Creating and responding to the gen(d)eralized other: Women miners' community-constructed identities. Women's Studies in Communication, 32(3), 320-347. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07491409.2009.10162393

Assistant Professor
Public Relations & Advertising

Elizabeth Hall 346
801-626-6535
sarahsteimel@weber.edu 


Weber State UniversityOgden, Utah 84408

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