Amy Gaffney

Amy Gaffney, director of the Oral Communication Center, co-authored a chapter in a volume focused on integrating communication across the curriculum.

Her contribution, co-authored with Kelly Norris Martin of Rochester Institute of Technology, was titled "Public Relations and Politics: Navigating Communication Across the Curriculum as Communication Scholars." The book, Teaching Communication across Disciplines for Professional Development, Civic Engagement, and Beyond, will be published in June 2023 by Rowman & Littlefield.

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