PhD Arizona State University, MA San Diego State University, BA Arizona State University
Organizational, Health, and Interpersonal Communication
Jennifer Scarduzio (Ph.D., Arizona State University) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication. Her research examines the dark side of organizational and interpersonal communication. She focuses on experiences of emotion, violence, identity, and wellness. Currently, she is working on multiple projects related to sexual harassment and intimate partner violence. She studies stereotypical perceptions of male and female perpetrators and victims of IPV. Additionally, she studies the perpetration of employee sexual harassment across multiple settings, such as on social networking sites. She has published in journals and books such as Communication Monographs, Management Communication Quarterly, Health Communication, Violence Against Women, Violence and Victims, the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, the International Journal of Sport Communication, and the Handbook of Health Communication, among others. Her newest publications examine perceptions of NFL and MMA perpetrators of intimate partner violence and employee reporting of online sexual harassment on social media.