Office: 250 Grehan
Email: kimberly.stoltzfus [at] uky.edu
Personal Website: http://comm.uky.edu/stoltzfus
University of California, Santa Barbara
Research: homeland security, terrorism communication, decision making, change mgmt
Kimberly Stoltzfus is a Lecturer at the Department of Communication at the University of Kentucky. She also has served as a Research Fellow with the Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany. A former senior change management consultant in Washington, D.C., her work primarily focuses on inter-organizational change deliberation, stakeholder analysis and risk and policy in government, terrorism communication, and science and technology innovation. Dr. Stoltzfus holds a PhD in communication from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
College of Education ‘Teachers Who Made a Difference' Award 2015
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Refereed Journal Publications
Stoltzfus, K., Stohl, C., & Seibold, D. R. (2011). Articulating Ã’stakeholder paradoxÃ“ in decisions about government change. Journal of Organizational Change Management.
Myers, K., Jahn, J., Gailliard, B., & Stoltzfus, K. Vocational Anticipatory Socialization (VAS): A communicative model of adolescents? Interests in STEM. Management Communication Quarterly.
(in review) Newfield, C., Alimahomed, K., Macala, J., & Stoltzfus, K. Is nanotechnology changing scientific collaboration?: Survey evidence from a nano-oriented campus. Nature and Nanotechnology.
Busselle, R. W., Reagan, J., Pinkleton, B., & Jackson (Stoltzfus), K. (1999). Factors affecting Internet use in asaturated-access population. Telematics and Informatics, 16, 45-58. *Also in Communication Abstracts, 23(4), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
(in review) Stoltzfus, K., Gamboa, C., Seibold, D. Toward a method for stakeholder analysis in organizational change. Organizational Studies.
Putnam, L., et al. (2009). 21st century STEM careers: Communication perspectives and research opportunities. In L. Harter & M.J. Dutta (Eds.), Engaging communication theory, research, and pedagogy to communicate for social impact. Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
National Report Contributor
Meares, C., et al. (1999). The digital work force: Building infotech skills at the speed of innovation. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce.
Stoltzfus, K. (2008, Winter). Top 10 Principles for enticing organizations to support your research. UCSB Grad Division News, Winter Ed.