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					                                    Manda V. Hicks
               Office:                                             Home:
               013 West Hall                                       837 Klotz Road
               School of Media and Communication                   Bowling Green, OH 43402
               Bowling Green State University                      (208) 699-8366
               Bowling Green, OH 43402                             mvhicks@bgsu.edu

EDUCATION


In progress:         Doctor of Philosophy in Communication
                     Bowling Green State University. Bowling Green, OH.

M.A.                 Master of Arts in Communication
                     Boise State University. Boise, Idaho. May, 2006
                     Thesis: Sites of Nurse Production: A Post-Structuralist Examination.

B.A.                 Bachelor of Arts in Communication Theory/Speech Communication
                     Carroll College. Helena, Montana. May, 1997
                     Honors Thesis: Using a Forensics Model to Teach Introduction to Public
                     Speaking. Graduated cum laude


PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Author               Croucher, S. M., Holody, K. J., Hicks, M. V., Oommen, D., & Demaris,
                     A. (2010, in press). An examination of conflict style preferences in India.
                     Journal of International Conflict Management.

Author               Croucher, S. M., Oommen, D., Hicks, M. V., Holody, K. J., Anarbaeva, S.
                     Yoon, Y., Spencer, A. T., Marsh, C., & Aljahli, A. I. (2010). The effects
                     of self-construal and religiousness on argumentativeness: A cross-cultural
                     analysis. Communication Studies, 61, 135-155.

Author               Lauzen, M. M., Dozier, D. M. and Hicks, M.V. (2001). Prime-Time
                     Players and Powerful Prose: The Role of Women in the 1997-1998
                     Television Season. Mass Communication and Society, 4, 39-59. 2001.

Presenter            Indirectness, Opinion, and Generalization: The Process of Talking Gender
                     in the Military. Building Bridges: National Communication Association
                     Conference. November, 2010. San Francisco, CA.

Presenter            The Rhetorical Use of 'The Fallen' for Anti-War Activism and Peace-
                     Building Frameworks. Building Bridges: National Communication
                     Association Conference. November, 2010. San Francisco, CA.

       Manda V. Hicks                                                                              1
Presenter        The Legacy of Everyday Fascism: Feminist Peace-Building Rhetoric in
                 Woolf's Three Guineas. Building Bridges: National Communication
                 Association Conference. November, 2010. San Francisco, CA.

Presenter        “What’s it Like to be a Female Soldier?” Narrative, Experience and
                 Articulation as Theory. International Qualitative Inquiry Congress
                 Conference. May, 2010. Urbana-Champaign, IL.

Presenter        Indirectness, Opinion, and Generalization: The Process of Talking Gender
                 in the Military [Top Graduate Student Paper]. Women’s Studies Research
                 Symposium. April, 2010. Bowling Green State University, OH.

Presenter        The Legacy of Everyday Fascism: The Peaceful Rhetoric of Woolf’s
                 Three Guineas. War(s) and Peace: Battleground States Conference.
                 February, 2010. Bowling Green, OH.

Presenter        Gender, Television and Military Culture. Women’s Research Network.
                 December, 2009. Bowling Green, OH.

Presenter        Lifetime for Women on War: Representations of Gender and Race on
                 Army Wives. Discourses of Stability and Change: National
                 Communication Association Conference. November, 2009. Chicago, IL.

Presenter        Conflict Style Orientation Preferences in India: A Comparative Analysis.
                 Discourses of Stability and Change: National Communication Association
                 Conference. November, 2009. Chicago, IL.

Presenter        War as Narrative: The Dominance of Militaristic Metaphors in Global
                 Media. Discourses of Stability and Change: National Communication
                 Association Conference. November, 2009. Chicago, IL.

Presenter        Constructing Women’s Narratives. Women’s Studies Research
                 Symposium. April, 2009. Bowling Green, OH.

Presenter        The Shortage and Production of Nurses: An Examination of Competing
                 Discourse. Revolution: Northwest Communication Association
                 Convention. April, 2006. Coeur d’ Alene, ID.

Presenter        Job Satisfaction: The State of the Art. Taking the Long View: From Policy
                 to Practice. New Jersey Conference for National Nursing Workforce
                 Centers. April, 2006. Jersey City, NJ.




     Manda V. Hicks                                                                      2
RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Teaching Associate – Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH, August 2008 – current

Forensics Coach – Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH, Fall Semester 2008

Visiting Professor – Boise State University
Boise, ID, August 2007 – May 2008

Interim Director of Forensics – Boise State University
Boise, ID, June 2007 – May 2008

Assistant Director of Forensics – Boise State University
Boise, ID, September 2005 – June 2007

Research Analyst – Army Research Institute (ARI)
HumRRO, Boise, ID, January 2006 – Fall 2007

Research Assistant – Idaho Nursing Workforce Center (INWC)
Boise State University, Boise, ID, January 2005 – August 2006

Grant Assessment – Idaho Alliance of Leadership in Nursing (IALN)
Boise State University, Boise, ID, January, 2005 - March, 2005



TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Communication Studies - Public Speaking
              Presentational Speaking in Organizations, IPC 2050, Bowling Green State
                University, Fall 2009 – Spring 2010
              Advanced Speech and Debate, Comm 114 and 314, Boise State
                University, Fall 2005 – Spring 2008
              Voice Study for Media and Live Performance, Comm 211, Boise State
                University, Spring 2008

Communication Studies – Fundamentals of Theory
              Speech Communication, IPC 1020, Bowling Green State University, Fall
                2008 - current
              Fundamentals of Speech Communication, Comm 101, Boise State
                University, Fall 2007 – Spring 2008

Communication Studies – Advanced Theory
              Nonverbal Communication, Comm 341, Boise State University, Fall 2007




     Manda V. Hicks                                                                   3
HONORS AND AWARDS

Service Awards
School of Media and Communication 2010 Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching
Graduate Student Senate 2010 Outstanding Graduate Student Award Nominee
Graduate Student Senate 2010 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award Nominee


Honor Societies
Highest Distinction of Honor, Pi Kappa Delta, 2006
Phi Kappa Phi, 2006
Phi Sigma Tau, 1997


TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

                     Military culture and identity
                     Intercultural communication
                     Peace and conflict studies
                     Feminist theory
                     Grounded theory
                     Intercultural communication


PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE


Paper Reviewer, Feminist Division for National Communication Association
Conference, 2009

Treasurer, Graduate Women’s Caucus, 2008 – present

Graduate Representative, Graduate Communication Association, 2008-2009; 2010-2011

Volunteer Judge, Bowling Green State University Forensics, 2008 – present

Advisor, Graduate Students of Communication Organization, 2006 – 2008

Volunteer Educator, Boise Discovery Center, 2006 – present

President, Graduate Students of Communication Organization, 2005 – 2006

Volunteer Coach, Boise State Forensics, 2005

     Manda V. Hicks                                                                 4

				
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