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Don Lowe

Senior Lecturer


Office: 270 Blazer Dining

Phone: 859-257-5339

Email: Don.Lowe [at] uky.edu

Personal Website: http://comm.uky.edu/Lowe

Education
M.A., Marshall University

Specialties
Media studies, rhetoric

Bio
Don Lowe is a Senior Lecturer and PhD student. His areas of interest include mass media portrayals of LGBTQ community members and mass media effects on identity negotiation.

Awards
eLearning Innovation Initiative 2014-2015; Distance Learning Course Development Grant 2014-2015; College of Communication and Information Excellence in Teaching Award 2014; Summer Faculty Research Fellowship 2013

Curriculum Vitae


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Courses Taught

A course designed to give the student platform experience in the fundamentals of effective speaking.
An examination of the interplay between the technology and content of the mass communication media.
This writing intensive course examines basic verbal and nonverbal concepts affecting the communication process between individuals in various interpersonal contexts. Course also requires participation in written and oral activities designed to develop and improve interpersonal skills. Topics may include: perspective-taking, relationship and conversation management, effective listening, conflict management, communication climate, communication anxiety, and cultural/gender differences in interpersonal communication.
A study of the processes involved in attitude change, with emphasis on the preparation and delivery of persuasive messages.
This course examines the relationship between the organization of modern society and its communication media with special emphasis on cultural processes and social change. The social-psychological bases of communication are studied within a context of theory and research.
Study of a specialized topic in instructional communication. May be repeated to a maximum of nine credits under different subtitles. Lecture.