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Mary Moore

Mary Moore

Instructor of Communication Studies and Director of Individual Events

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LB 368   Phone: (765) 285-1957  

Communication Studies
David Letterman Communication and Media Building, room 351
2000 University Ave.
Muncie, IN 47306

Education

M.A., Ball State University
B.S., Northwest Missouri State University

Research Interests

  • Competitive Forensics: Speech and Debate

Teaching

  • COMM 210 Fundamentals of Public Speaking
  • COMM 220 Argumentation & Debate
  • COMM 240 Introduction to Human Communication
  • COMM 310 Public Address
  • COMM 322 Communication and Popular Culture
  • COMM 330 Persuasion
  • COMM 340 Leadership Communication
  • COMM 375 Presentational Communication

Awards and Honors

  • 2015 Extra Ordinary Service, College of Communication, Information & Media
  • 2013 Excellence in Teaching, College of Communication, Information & Media
  • 2013 Service Award, Department of Communication Studies

Service

  • NFA, National Council, elected at-large representative, April 2014- April 2016
  • Executive Sectary of National Council, DSR-TKA
  • Co-Host MAFL (Mid-America Forensics Association)
  • Co-Host Age of Aquarius
  • Judge for JAG (Jobs for America Graduates Annual Region 6 JAG Career Development Conference)
  • Task force on Women, Ball State University

Selected Publications

Presenter: "Redefining accommodation in forensics: A feminist disability critique of the status quo.” National Communication Association November, 2014, Chicago, IL.

Presenter: "An Analysis of Ann Romney and Michelle Obama’s 2012 Convention Speeches: The Debate Over the Meaning of Mother" with Kristen McCauliff , National Communication Association November, 2013, Washington D.C.

Presenter: "Making connections with metaphors: Embodied metaphors as the road map to directing forensics." National Communication Association November, 2013, Washington D.C.

Presenter: “A Critical Choice for the National Forensic Association: Elaborating on Voice versus Genre in Oral Interpretation.” Southern States Communication Association, April 2013, Louisville, KY.

Presenter: “GIFT: Great ideas for coaching forensics” Central States Communication Association conference, March, 2012, Cleveland, OH.

Presenter: “A marriage made in… A discussion of the co-existence of speech and debate program with different coaches at the same school.” Competitively selected for presentation at the Central States Communication Association conference, March, 2012, Cleveland, OH.

“CRAFT: Coaching, running, and administering forensic tips: Training your coaching staff.” Competitively selected for presentation at the National Communication Association conference, November, 2007, Chicago, IL.

Moore, M. (2005). "The art of establishing a practical practice schedule" National Forensic Journal, 23. 1, pp. 65-68.

Curriculum Vitae

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Course Schedule
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    Introduction to Huma
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    LB 125
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    Presentational Commu
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    375
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    LB 265
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    Practicum in Comm St
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    Practicum in Comm St
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