Stephanie Jackson

B.A., M.A.
Assistant Professor, Communication and Emerging Media
Stephanie Jackson

Contact

Phone: 561-237-7352
Fax: 561-237-7097

Office Location

Eugene M. and Christine E. Lynn Library
Room 305

Professional Profile

Stephanie Jackson believes that at Lynn University, learning is a lifelong experience and process. It occurs at every level of every career. Her lifelong learning occurs through the application of communication principles to our evolving society. Professionally, Jackson seeks to make these connections in her classroom and in the university environment.

At Lynn, Stephanie Jackson’s communication courses include Introduction to Communication and Media, Organizational Communication, Presentational Communication, Group Communication, and Media Literacy. In addition, she also teaches in The Dialogues of Learning.

Jackson is the advisor for the Lynn University speaking and networking club, LynnMasters, and is an academic advisor in both Communication, Media and Politics and Advertising Public Relations.

Education

  • B.A., Florida Southern College
  • M.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Teaching Philosophy

Stephanie Jackson believes that learning is an all-encompassing process, and a student’s college experience should reflect just that. She facilitates learning in the classroom, in the academic environment and in the university environment with specific focus on instruction, experience and application.

Teaching Specialties

  • Organizational communication
  • Public address, leadership and group communication

Areas of Scholarship and Professional Practice

  • Persuasive political symbolism
  • Teaching in a globalized classroom
  • Four-Drive theory
  • Cultural shaping and its effects on social reality
  • Self concept
  • Civic engagement and communication

Awards/Honors

  • Florida Communication Association Professional Paper Award, 2007
  • Nomination for the 64th Edition of “Who’s Who in America,” 2008

Curriculum Vitae

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