- Greetings everyone. Just a quick post to introduce myself since I am the new guy. I have been teaching Communication at the community college level for theMessage 1 of 79 , Jul 16, 2007View SourceGreetings everyone.
Just a quick post to introduce myself since I am the new guy.
I have been teaching Communication at the community college level for
the past five years at Spoon River College on a part-time basis, and
will be starting a new position this Fall semester. With any luck I
will eventually find full-time work.
My main academic interest is in Intercultural Communication -
particularly in the communication of religion and religious ideas. I
find that this is a nice bridge between my B.A. in Philosophy and my
M.A. in Communication.
Joining the ACA seems like a good way for us financially strapped part-
timers to benefit from professional association without going broke in
Vincenzo A. Buonomo
- Thanks Debra. I teach Communication courses at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. I hope to reference your site when discussing interculturalMessage 79 of 79 , Jan 6View SourceThanks Debra. I teach Communication courses at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. I hope to reference your site when discussing intercultural communication, and in my Organizational Communication course.
Welcome to ACA.
Associate Professor of Communication
On Dec 27, 2013, at 11:39 AM, Debra L. Flowers wrote:
I, Debra Flowers, am happy to be joining ACA. I am and have been for the last 8 years an adjunct instructor of Communication Studies at Austin College in Sherman, TX. Previously, I taught seminars for 20 years for about 10,000 managers, focusing on leadership and employee selection applications of the Value Systems Analysis theory, and worked as a communications consultant. I have co-authored three books-- two on the Value Systems Analysis concept and one on employee handbooks-- and published articles in professional journals.
This year my husband, Vince Flowers, PhD, and I published a new website, www.valuesystems-thatslife.org<http://www.valuesystems-thatslife.org/> . Including 100 PowerPoint presentations, the site reviews the work we did for 30 years on the Value Systems Analysis (VSA) theory and introduces the That's Life Concept, which Vince created, that includes and greatly expands the VSA theory. The website is free to all.