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A native of New Hampshire, Marcy Meyer (BS, Georgetown University; MA, PhD, Michigan State University) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Ball State University. A winner of the 1996 Charles W. Redding Dissertation Award and the 2001 Central States Communication Organization Federation Prize for Outstanding Research, Marcy has presented and published her research about organizational communication, innovation, mentoring, and diversity internationally. A recipient of the 1999 Excellence in Leadership Teaching Award, Marcy currently teaches classes in organizational communication and research methods at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. An active proponent of diversity at Ball State University, Marcy currently serves as a member of the University Diversity Committee, a faculty mentor for Disability Services, a mentor for the PhD Pathways Program, a member of the CCIM Diversity Interest Group, and secretary of the Muncie chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Most recently, Marcy was honored to receive the 2014 NAMI Indiana Outstanding Member Award and the 2015 CCIM Social Responsibility Award.
Ph.D., Michigan State University
M.S., Michigan State University
B.A., Georgetown University
COMM 351 Communication in Organizations
COMM 441 Contemporary Issues in Organizational Communication
COMM 465 Human Communication Inquiry
COMM 602 Quantitative Research in Communication
COMM 605 Qualitative Research in Communication
COMM 651 Organizational Communication: Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Processes
COMM 652 Organizational Systems and Cultures
Meyer, M. (2015). Dialectical tensions experienced by diversified mentoring dyads. International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education, 4, 21-36.
Meyer, M. (2004). From transgression to transformation: Negotiating the opportunities and tensions of engaged pedagogy in the feminist organizational communication classroom. In P. Buzzanell, H. Sterk, & Turner, L. (Eds.), Gender in applied communication contexts (pp. 195-214). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Meyer, M. (2000). Innovation roles: From souls of fire to devil's advocates. The Journal of Business Communication, 37, 328-347.
Meyer, M., & O'Hara, L.S. (2004). When they know who we are: The National Women's Music Festival comes to Ball State University. In P. Buzzanell, H. Sterk, & Turner, L. (Eds.), Gender in applied communication contexts (pp. 3-24). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Meyer, M. & Warren-Gordon, K. (2013). Marginal mentoring in the contact space: Diversified mentoring relationships at a midsized midwestern state university. The Qualitative Report, 18, 1-18.
O'Hara, L. S., & Meyer, M. (2004). Keeping it real: The self-directed focus group as an alternative method for studying the discursive construction of prejudice. The Journal of Intergroup Relations, 31, 25-54.
O'Hara, L.S., & Meyer, M. (2003). "I never felt more uncomfortable in my life": University students' discursive constructions of "The Lesbian Convention." Communication Studies, 54, 137-153.
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