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Laurie Bentley

Assistant Professor, Communication Studies

Professor Laurie Bentley received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Hiram College and went on to pursue a Master of Arts in Communication Studies at Kent State University. Her studies focused on interpersonal and rhetorical communication and led to her thesis An Exploration of Gender Portrayals in Caldecott Medal Winning Children's Books.

 

Professor Bentley teaches classes in Communication Studies including courses in Intercultural Communication, Gender and Communication, Small Group Communication,Criticism of Public Discourse, High Impact Professional Speaking, as well as Introduction to Human Communication. In addition to teaching courses in Communication Studies, she teaches courses in Journalism and Mass Communication including Media, Power and Culture.

 

As a complement to her teaching at the Kent State University at Ashtabula campus, Professor Bentley is also on the adjunct faculty at Hiram College in the Communication department. Her teaching there focuses on interpersonal communication and rhetoric. Additionally, she leads workshops for the Weekend College at Hiram College in small group communication, listening, nonverbal communication, teamwork, as well as a workshop in media, gender, and culture.

 

 

 

 

Laurie Bentley
OFFICE
Academic Personnel
CONTACT INFO
Phone: 440-964-4233
Fax: 330-672-3150
lbentley@kent.edu
COURSES TEACHING
Fall 2014
  • COMM 15000 - 200 Intro To Human Communication
  • JMC 20001 - 202 Media , Power And Culture
  • JMC 40095 - 200 St : Gender Culture And The Med
  • COMM 45807 - 200 High Impact Speaking
  • COMM 46092 - 200 Practicum In Applied Comm
Spring 2015
  • COMM 15000 - 201 Intro To Human Communication
  • JMC 20001 - 202 Media , Power And Culture
  • COMM 46601 - 200 Relational Communication