1 Debra L. Iba Department of Communication Studies Texas Christian University TCU Box Fort Worth, TX cell Education Ph.D. Higher Education (2007) University of North Texas Denton, TX M.A. Communications (1987) Missouri State University Springfield, MO B.S. Psychology, Cum Laude (1984) Missouri State University Springfield, MO Appointments Texas Christian University, Instructor, Communication Studies (2005 present) Texas Christian University, Adjunct Instructor, Communication Studies ( ) Tarrant County College, Adjunct Instructor, Speech Department ( ) Missouri State University, Career Services Advisor ( ) University of Idaho, Scholarship Coordinator ( ) Missouri State University, Graduate Assistant, Student Recruitment ( ) Courses Taught ( ) Group Discussion (30 sections) Nonverbal Communication (24 sections) Gender & Communication (5 sections) Intercultural Communication (1 section) Issues in Interpersonal Communication: Nonverbal Communication Across Cultures Study Abroad, 2014 (1 section) Great British Orators Study Abroad 2013 (1 section) Business & Professional Speaking (2 sections)
2 Nonverbal Communication (Graduate, 1 section) Communicating Change in Organizations (Graduate, 1 section) Interviewing (5 sections) Issues in Interpersonal Communication: Managing Communication & Change (2 sections) Organizational Communication (8 sections) Interpersonal Communication (3 sections) Instructional Communication (3 sections) Environmental Communication (Independent Study) Women, Race & Communication (Independent Study) Courses Taught via Learning Management Systems (LMS) ( ) Web Enhanced Courses, TCU (2004 present) All COMM courses taught beginning 2004 (see Courses Taught list above) LMS Pearson Learning Studio New Faculty Training (2005) Study Abroad courses (100% online prior to departure) o Great British Orators (2013, 2015) o Nonverbal Communication Across Cultures (2014) Utilize functions for: DocSharing Online exams Chat Group management Webliography Dropbox Distance Courses Tarrant County College District ( ) LMS trained on Adobe Dreamweaver, then District migrated to proprietary system Basic Speech (COMM 1311) Emerging Technologies Professional Development Attended Sloan Consortium Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Conference (2013 Las Vegas, NV; 2014 Dallas TX) Piloted program for ipad technology in the field for Study Abroad Study Abroad Programs Approved Communication & Debate in the UK (2015) Faculty-led study trip with students enrolled in:
3 Parliamentary Debate Great British Orators courses Italy: Communication & Culture (2014) Faculty-led study trip with students enrolled in: Rhetoric: From Ancient Rome to Modern Oratory Nonverbal Communication Across Cultures Communication & Debate in the UK (2013) Faculty-led study trip with students enrolled in: Parliamentary Debate Great British Orators courses Internal Funding 2013 Instructional Development Grant, TCU, $1500 Developing a Study Abroad Program: Foundations of Communication Studies Rome Professional Development 2014 Sloan Consortium Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium Workshop: Digital Storytelling Can Change Your Life 2013 Sloan Consortium Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium Workshop: The Student-Centered ipad Classroom 2013 TCU Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence, Digication Portfolio 2012 NCA Short Course: Medical Communication Polack, E. P. & Avtgis, T NCA Short Course: Reinvigorating the Gender and Communication Course Foss, K. A., Domenico, M. E., & Foss, S. K NCA Training: Capturing Cues, Clues, and Codes in Interaction and Media Burgoon, J., Dunbar, N., & Meservy, T NCA Short Course: Exploring Technology & Nonverbal Communication Burgoon, J., White, C., & Bailenson, J NCA Short Course: Teaching a College Course called Lying & Deception Knapp, M.
4 2007 NCA Short Course: Teaching Persuasion/Compliance Gaining Seiter, J. & Gass, R NCA Short Course: Teaching Communication & Personality Avtgis, T., & Rancer, A NCA Short Course: Teaching Environmental Communication Cox, R., & DePoe, S NCA Short Course: Teaching the Persuasion/Social Influence Course Frymier, A., & Nadler, M. (2006). Research & Publication Garner, J. & Iba, D. (in press). Changes in eye contact and attraction scores relative to ostracism and dissent. Small Group Research. Garner, J. & Iba, D. (2013, November). Disconnections: Changes in eye contact and attraction scores as indicators of students ostracism toward a dissenter. Paper presented to the National Communication Association, Washington, D.C. Iba, D. & Garner, J. (2010, November). Silencing contrary: A call for research on ostracism and dissent in classroom groups. Paper presented to the National Communication Association, San Francisco, CA. Iba, D. & Wood, J.T. (2008). Student companion for Wood s interpersonal communication everyday encounters (6 th ed.). Belmont, CA: Cengage. Iba, Debra L. (2007). Hardiness and public speaking anxiety: Problems and practices. Doctoral dissertation, University of North Texas (UMI No ). Iba, D. & Wood, J.T. (2006). Student companion for Wood s interpersonal communication everyday encounters (5 th ed.). Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth. Iba, D. (2005) Classroom communication traits of the at-risk student in a learning community. Unpublished manuscript. Iba, D. (2004). Stressors associated with completion outcomes of community college studentsenrolled in a distance learning course. Unpublished manuscript. Iba, D. (1987). The effect of merit awards on recruiting high achieving high school seniors. Unpublished manuscript. Iba, D., Simpson, D. E., & Stockburger, D. W. (1988). The effectiveness of no-need scholarships in recruiting students. College and University,
5 Service Center for International Studies Advisory Board (2014) College Curriculum Committee ( ) Women and Gender Studies Affiliated Faculty ( ) Women and Gender Studies Curriculum Committee ( ) University Library Committee ( ) Wesley Foundation at TCU ( ) College Friends of Communication Co-Chair ( ) Annual Campaign College Chair (2013) Department Curriculum Committee Chair ( ) Department Curriculum Committee Member ( ) NCA Reviewer: G.I.F.T.S sessions convention papers ( ) espot Review Committee (2011) TCU Office of Extended Education, Duke Scholar program, Instructor (2008) Guest Lecturer: Women s Studies; Athletics Academics Honors Top 4 paper (with J. Garner), Group Communication Division, National Communication Association. Disconnections: Changes in eye contact and attraction scores as indicators of students ostracism toward a dissenter Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award, Omicron Chi chapter, Lambda Pi Eta. Advising Honors Thesis Committee Member Shaye M. (2015) Caroline D. (2014) Graduate Thesis Committee Member ( ) Molly W. Sharon S.F. Susanna H. Graduate Comprehensive Exam Committee Member ( ) Stephen B. Cayce J. Mariel B.
6 Jarod S. Ben S.J. Undergraduate student advising ( ) # to date = 272 students Undergraduate student advising workshops in department ( ) # to date = 38 workshops Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society, Faculty Advisor ( ) American Society for Training & Development Faculty Advisor ( ) Membership & Activities National Communication Association (NCA) Women s Caucus, National Communication Association TCU Beyond Border International Students Mentor (2014)
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