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Communication Studies Faculty


Full-time Faculty

Rob Vogel, Department Chair
I have taught at Sacramento State University, Whitworth College, UC Santa Barbara, Yuba College, Cosumnes River College, San Joaquin Delta College, and Gonzaga University. I started at SCC in 1996 and in addition to teaching courses in Communication Studies, I am the advisor for the Sasquatch Times, SCC's student-run campus newspaper. I worked for the CA State Assembly for 13 years as well as Public Anthropological Services, a cultural resources management group. I also worked for several years in broadcasting, most recently at KHYL FM 101, Sacramento, CA.

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207-I Old Main
533-7348
RVogel@scc.spokane.edu
B.A. in Communication Studies, Rhetoric, and Journalism from California State University, Sacramento. M.A. in Communication Studies, CSUS with additional graduate studies at University of California at Santa Barbara

Cindy Bone
I love to teach Intercultural Communication and Public Speaking, as I see tremendous cultural and personal growth in my students through these classes. I've been at SCC since 2001, am the faculty advisor for the International Club.

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211-C Old Main
533-8027
CBone@scc.spokane.edu
B.A. in Speech Communication from the University of Washington and M.A. in Communication Studies from the University of Montana, Missoula

Meg Kreiner
Most often I teach Interpersonal Communication and Introduction to Communication. I started teaching at SCC in 1990 and enjoy teaching communication studies; I like to see the confidence students develop as they become more competent in their communication skills.

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211-B Old Main
533-7388
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A.A. in Marketing from Fox Valley Technical Institute, B.A. in Organizational Communication extended into Mass Communication from Montana State University-Billings, and M.A. in Rhetoric from the University of Oregon

Linda Seppa Salisbury
My special areas of emphasis in teaching are: Interpersonal Communication, Conflict Management, Intercultural Communication, Practical Business Communication, and Gender Communication. I started teaching at SCC in 1976, and I am a local, regional, and national communications and business consultant. I love working with students and seeing them become more self-empowered as they learn to communicate more effectively!

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215-C Old Main
533-8055
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B.A. and M.A. in Speech Communication, both from the University of Washington; second M.A. in Organizational Consultation

Angela Wizner
I began my teaching vocation in 1983 in elementary education and have continued teaching since 1988 at SCC. I am a dedicated teacher of Interpersonal Communication and Intercultural Communication and have co-authored an Intercultural Experiential book which is used in the classroom as well as consulting in the business community. I am the faculty advisor for the human rights club (SAL) at SCC.

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211-Q Old Main
533-7185
AWizner@scc.spokane.edu
M.A. in Speech Communication, with additional work in the doctoral program at the University of Oregon


Adjunct Faculty

Karen Clark
Both of my academic degrees help answer the question why are we the way we are? Imagine my surprise to realize what I learned was not only fascinating, but useful! Being a teacher seems only natural - to share the insights, the questions, and the love of learning. I began teaching at SCC in 1994. I most often teach Intercultural Communication, Interpersonal Communication, and Introduction to Communication. I most enjoy seeing students discover that communication truly has the power to change lives.

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229-B Old Main
533-7366
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B. S. in Wildlife Biology from Washington State University and a M.S. in Communication Studies from Eastern Washington University

Amy Farrell
I'm thrilled to be teaching Communication Studies classes here at Spokane Community College. My special areas of interest in Communication Studies include: Interpersonal Communication, Business Communication, Conflict Management, Intercultural Communication, and Small Group Communication.

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215-C Old Main
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B.S. in Organizational Communication from Eastern Washington University and M.A. in Communication and Leadership Studies from Gonzaga University

Angela Finnie
I graduated with a Master’s of Science in Communications from Eastern Washington University. Go Eagles! I teach Introduction to Communication and Interpersonal Communication. Working with students is my greatest passion. I really enjoy watching them become effective communicators in my class and in the community.

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1220B - Old Main
533-7024
angela.finnie@scc.spokane.edu
B.A. in Criminal Justice, Minor- communication studies from Eastern Washington University and M.S. in Communication from Eastern Washington University

Lynette Hippauf
I completed an undergraduate degree through Washington State University and a Master’s degree from Eastern Washington University in Communication Disorders and I earned a teaching certificate through EWU as well. I teach Voice Articulation. I love international students and have had them in my home for years. My favorite part of teaching is helping students become more easily understood and confident in themselves.

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229A - Old Main
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Tracy Struble
I joined Spokane Community College in 2001 working within the Student and Instructional Services Division. My background includes Supervision of the Institutional Diversity Department to working in the Student Success & Career Services Department as a Supervisor. As an Adjunct Faculty at the Community Colleges of Spokane I get to share my passion for Communication Studies! I provide teaching in communication focusing on Speech 101, Intercultural, Small Group, and Interpersonal. I have a passion to support students holistically by teaching students in the classroom key communication theories that support how we can better communicate knowing ourselves and others. This goal in the end is to be able show leadership in our communication working in our global environment.

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1-1229A
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M.A. in Communication and Leadership Studies, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington.

Bob Wise
Before coming to SCC, I was in the Technical Communication business selling computers and electronic equipment for 10 years. I came to SCC in 1989. I teach Interpersonal Communication - CMST 210, Introduction to Communication - CMST 101, Effective Listening - CMST 103, and Small Group Communication - CMST 286. Success in life is effective communication.

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M.A. in Speech Communication from Eastern Illinois University

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(509) 533-7348 or 1-800-248-5644 ext. 7348
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