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					                 804 KNOXVILLE COLLEGE DR. • KNOXVILLE, TN 37921
                  PHONE (336)-682-6620 • E-MAIL SKELLY10@UTK.EDU



                          STEPHANIE KELLY
EDUCATION

       2012           University of Tennessee                         Knoxville, TN
                      PhD Candidate
                      Chair: Michael Kotowski
                      Committee: John Haas, Eric Haley, Kenneth Levine, Jennifer Morrow

       2007           Murray State University                         Murray, KY
                      Master of Science, Organizational Communication

       2006           Murray State University                               Murray KY
                      Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

       National Communication Association
       International Communication Association
       Southern States Communication Association

PUBLICATIONS

Kelly, S., & Fall, L. (2011). An investigation of computer-mediated instructional immediacy in
        online education: A comparison of graduate and undergraduate students’ motivation to
        learn. Journal of Advertising Education, 15, 44-51.

Kelly, S., & Davis, M. J. (In Press). Just another brick in the wall…or not? A paradigm
        introduction activity. Communication Teacher.

Ahn, H., Wu, L., Kelly, S., & Haley, J. E. (2011). A qualitative study of college student
      responses to conflicting messages in advertising: Anti-binge drinking public service
      announcements vs. wine promotion health messages. International Journal of Public
      Health. 56, 271-279. doi: 10.1007/s00038-010-0217-5

Kelly, S. (2010). Movie magic: A gateway to higher classroom immediacy. Communication
        Teacher, 24, 127-130.

MANUSRIPTS UNDER REVIEW

Kelly, S., Fall, L., & Christen, S. (2010). Revisiting the impact of instructional immediacy: A
        differentiation between military and civilians.
                 804 KNOXVILLE COLLEGE DR. • KNOXVILLE, TN 37921
                  PHONE (336)-682-6620 • E-MAIL SKELLY10@UTK.EDU

Fall, L. T., Kelly, S., & Christen, S. (2011). Investigating computer-mediated instructional
        immediacy and student motivation: An important aspect of strategic communication in
        the online education.

Christen, S., Fall, L. T., & Kelly, S. (2011). Differentiating how military and civilian students
       conceptualize social presence: A study of student needs in the online classroom.

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION

Ahn, H., Wu, L., Kelly, S. & Haley, J. E. (data collected). How do college students deal with
      conflicting health messages in anti-skin cancer PSA and tanning promotion health
      messages?

Douglas, K., Allard, S., Kelly, S., & Tenopir, D. (data collected). The benefit of user experience
      labs in academic libraries.

Kelly, S., & Collins, R. (data collected). Anxiety vs. aptitude: An application of lateralization
        theory in the classroom.

Kelly, S. & Kotowski, M. (data collected). An introduction to communication.

Kotowski, M. & Kelly, S. (data collected). Defining communication.

Miller, L., Kelly, S., & Deitz, A. (data collected). Sun exposure risk awareness: An investigation
        of African Americans, Asians, and farmers.

CONFERENCE PAPERS_____

Kelly, S., Dortch, B., Eldredge, S., & Miller, L. (data collected) Developing measures of active
        and passive information seeking: The case of heart disease. Under Review.

Kelly, S., & Miller, L. (data collected). Testing parasocial relationships as a voice to spread
        health awareness: The case of influenza and Twilight. Under Review.

Kelly, S., & Kotowski, M. (2011). Development and validation of a computer-mediated
        instructional immediacy measure. National Communication Association.

Ahn., H. Y., Wu, L., Kelly, S., & Haley, E. (2011). A qualitative study of college students'
       understandings of tanning and skin cancer prevention advertising messages. Association
       for Education in Advertising and Mass Communication.

Kelly, S., Fall, L., & Christen, S. (2011). Searching for sex effects in the online classroom: An
        investigation of computer mediated instructional immediacy and student motivation.
        International Communication Association.
                 804 KNOXVILLE COLLEGE DR. • KNOXVILLE, TN 37921
                  PHONE (336)-682-6620 • E-MAIL SKELLY10@UTK.EDU

Kelly, S. (2011). Exploring the evolution of measuring computer-mediated instructional
        immediacy. PRSA Educator’s Academy.

Fall, L., & Kelly, S. (2011). Examining graduate online education and its application to public
        relations: A deeper look into computer-mediated instructional immediacy, self-efficacy
        and self-satisfaction. PRSA Educator’s Academy.

Kelly, S., Miller, L., Ahn, H., & Haley, J. E. (2011). Identification high risk sun exposure groups
        and assessment of their presence in PSAs: The unique case of farmers, African
        Americans, and outdoor athletes. Southern States Communication Association.

Deatrick, L., & Kelly, S. (2011). Conscious communication. Southern States Communication
       Association.

Kelly, S., Kotowski, M., & Fall, L. (2010). An examination of computer mediated instructional
     immediacy: Scale development and validation. National Communication Association.

Kelly, S. & Fall, L. (2010). An investigation of instructional immediacy and student motivation
        in online courses: A comparison of graduate and undergraduate students. Direct and
        Interactive Research Summit.

Fall, L., Angle, M., & Kelly, S. (2010). To infinity and beyond: An empirical analysis of
        communication immediacy among ERAU online learners. 2010 Bollinger-Rosado
        Teaching and Learning Effectiveness Symposium.

Ahn, H., Wu, L., & Kelly, S. (2010). The differences that matter: Identifying predictors of
      attitudes toward binge drinking and anti-binge drinking PSAs among college students.
      Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

Fall, L. T., Kelly, S. & Randall, E. (2010). What motivates our military? Differentiating
        motivational and learning strategies among online learners. Great Lakes Conference on
        Teaching & Learning.

Kelly, S., Fall, L., & Kotowski, M. (2010). Reconceptualizing online instructional immediacy.
        Southern States Communication Association.

Kelly, S., Blaire, D., Hocke, T., & Ahn, H. (2010). In two places simultaneously: A liberal
        feminist critique of the film 300. Southern States Communication Association.

Kelly, S. E. & Haas, J. (2009). Reconceptualizing the role of anxiety in classroom instruction: A
        model for future research. National Communication Association.

Kelly, S. E., & Christen, S. (2009). Using Facebook as an instructional tool. Tennessee
        Communication Association.
                 804 KNOXVILLE COLLEGE DR. • KNOXVILLE, TN 37921
                  PHONE (336)-682-6620 • E-MAIL SKELLY10@UTK.EDU

Cox, S., Miller, M., Kelly, S., & Owen, J. (2007). The benefit of lecture-lab format. Kentucky
       Public Speaking Conference.

PANEL PRESENTATIONS_______________

Deatrick, L., Haas, J., Kelly, S., Kotowski, M., & Miller, L. (2011). Technology pros. In
       Teaching research to the modern undergraduate. Southern States Communication
       Association.

Fall, L., Christen, S., Kelly, S., & Knabe, A. (2011). An exploration of the evolution of
        measuring computer mediated instructional immediacy. In Epic excitement of online
        education…looking at where we are now and where we are headed. PRSA Educator’s
        Academy.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Courses Taught: Research Methods, Communication Theory, Interpersonal Communication,
      Business Communication, Advanced Public Speaking, Public Speaking, Effective
      Communication: Research & Writing, Remedial Mathematics

Courses Assisted: Interpersonal Health Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Public
      Speaking

       2008-Present University of Tennessee                        Knoxville, TN
                    Graduate Teaching Associate
                    Instructor of Record: Research Methods, Communication Theory, and
                    Advanced Public Speaking
                    TA: Interpersonal Health Communication

       Summer 2011 Colorado State University                               Global Campus
                   Adjunct Faculty
                   Effective Communication: Research & Writing

       Spring 2008    Murray State University                         Murray, KY
                      Adjunct Faculty
                      Interpersonal Communication and Public Speaking

       Spring 2008    West Kentucky Community and Technical College Paducah, KY
                      Adjunct Faculty
                      Public Speaking

       2006-2007      Murray State University                            Murray, KY
                      Graduate Teaching Assistant
                      Instructor or Record: Public Speaking Lab and Interpersonal
                              Communication Lab
                      TA: Public Speaking and Interpersonal Communication
              804 KNOXVILLE COLLEGE DR. • KNOXVILLE, TN 37921
               PHONE (336)-682-6620 • E-MAIL SKELLY10@UTK.EDU


     2007           Commonwealth Honors Academy                        Murray, KY
                    Faculty
                    Business Communication

     2005-2006      Murray State Community College                     Murray, KY
                    Instructor
                    Remedial Mathematics

SERVICE     _____

     2011           Ad Hoc Reviewer, Western Journal of Communication

     2009-          University of Tennessee                        Knoxville, TN
         Present    Human Subject Pool Administrator, School of Communication Studies

     2011           NCA Reviewer, Communication and Social Cognition Division

     2011           Poster Judge, College of Communication & Information Research
                    Symposium, University of Tennessee

     2010           ICA Reviewer, Instructional & Developmental Communication Division

     2010-          University of Tennessee                            Knoxville, TN
         2011       Research Advisory Committee

     2010           NCA Reviewer, Communication and Social Cognition Division

     2000           Crittenden County High School                      Marion, KY
                    Volunteer Instructor
                    Algebra II and Pre-Algebra

     1999           Crittenden County High School                      Marion, KY
                    Volunteer Instructor
                    Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, and Geometry

LABORATORY RESEARCH EXPERIENCE_________________

     2006           Murray State University                             Murray, KY
                    Assistant to Dr. Melody Bernot, Department of Biological Sciences.
                    Researched the nitration concentration of wetlands when exposed to ionic
                    liquids.

     2006           Murray State University                            Murray, KY
           804 KNOXVILLE COLLEGE DR. • KNOXVILLE, TN 37921
            PHONE (336)-682-6620 • E-MAIL SKELLY10@UTK.EDU

               Assistant to Dr. Randall Bernot, Department of Biological Sciences.
               Collected and experimented on physa snails from Kentucky Lake which
               were infected with the trematodes that cause schistosomiasis in Africa.

    2004       Murray State University                            Murray, KY
               Assistant to Dr. Renee Fister, Department of Mathematics. Used
               biomathematics for cancer research in conjunction with St. Jude’s
               Children’s Research Hospital.


HONORS AND AWARDS

    2011       Reeder-Siler Graduate Fellowship (University of Tennessee)

    2010       Vance Mitchell Prize
               Bollinger-Rosado Teaching & Learning Effectiveness Symposium

    2010       Faye D. Julian Graduate Fellowship (University of Tennessee)

    2010       Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Society Faculty Honoree
               (University of Tennessee)

    2009       Faye D. Julian Graduate Fellowship (University of Tennessee)

    2008       Karl and Madira Bickel Endowment (University of Tennessee)

    2007       Breazeale Scholarship (Murray State University)

    2006       Breazeale Scholarship (Murray State University)

    2004       Inducted into Alpha Chi, National Honors Society
               Served as President for the Murray State University chapter during the
               2004/2005 academic year. Received Outstanding Member/Service
               Award.

    2003       Inducted into Phi Mu Epsilon, National Mathematics Honors Society
               Served as Vice President for the Murray State University chapter during
               the 2005/2006 academic year.

    2002       Provost Scholarship (Murray State University)

    2002       Leadership Scholarship (Murray State University)

				
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