Contemporary Communication Program

Dr. Sanda Tomuletiu, Director, Contemporary Communication Program
Associate Professor
Ph.D. — Communication and Rhetorical Studies, Duquesne University
M.A. — Nationalism Studies, Central European University
M.A. — British Cultural Studies, Babes-Bolyai University
B.A. — English, Babes-Bolyai University
Teaching Areas: Communication Theory, Communication Ethics, Phenomenology of Communication 
Research Interests: Philosophy of Communication, Communication Ethics, Hermeneutic Phenomenology, Listening

Dr. Andrew C. Jones, Contemporary Communication  Program Faculty
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. —Communication Studies, Louisiana State University
B.A. — Theatre and Speech, Hillsdale College  
Teaching Areas: Rhetorical Criticism, Media Ecology, Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Communication, Public Address
Research Interests: Rhetoric and Popular Culture, Rhetoric of Inquiry, Political Communication

Dr. Randall Bytwerk, Contemporary Communication  Program Faculty
Ph.D. — Northwestern University
M.A. — Northwestern University
B.A. — Calvin College
Teaching Areas: Persuasion and Propaganda, Public speaking                                                               Research Interests: Nazi and East German Propaganda

Michael Henry, Contemporary Communication  Program Faculty
M.Sc. – Information and Communication Sciences, Ball State University, IN
B.Sc. – Media Communication and Computer Systems, Taylor University, IN
Teaching Area: Information and Communication Technology

Ksenija Ševcova, Contemporary Communication  Program Faculty
M.A. – Adult Learning and Global Change, Linkoping University
M.A. – English literature, Dalarna University
B.A. – English, LCC International University
Teaching Areas: Public speaking

Mark Badham, Contemporary Communication  Program Faculty
M.A. – Public Relations, Bond University
B.A. –English Literature, James Cook University
Teaching areas: Corporate Communication, Organizational Communication
 Research areas: News Media, Social Media, Organizational Legitimation

Dr. Jerry Holsopple, Contemporary Communication  Program Faculty
Visiting Professor
Teaching Areas: Photography, Religion and Cultural Change