Ramsey, E. Michele

Associate Professor in Communication Arts & Sciences, Communication Arts & Sciences Department
Associate Professor in Women's Studies
Franco, 132, 610-396-6148
Mailing Address: 
132 Franco Building

Dr. E. Michele Ramsey is an associate professor of Communication Arts & Sciences and Women's Studies and founded the major in Communication Arts & Sciences at the college. Dr. Ramsey teaches: Public Speaking; Message Evaluation; Careers in Communication; Gender and Communication; Rhetoric of American Horror Films; Conflict Management, Black American Rhetoric, Issues in Freedom of Expression, and Contemporary American Political Rhetoric. Her research interests include representations of gender in the media, women's rights rhetoric, social movement rhetoric, and political rhetoric. 

She's won a number of awards for her research, teaching, and service including the following: 2001 Cheris Kramarae Dissertation Award from the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender; 2006 Penn State Berks Outstanding Faculty Advising Award; 2008 Penn State Berks Outstanding Faculty Service Award; 2009 Curricular Integration Award from the President's Commission on LGBTQ Equity at Penn State University; the 2010 Achieving Woman Award (faculty category) from the President's Commission on Women at Penn State University, and the 2015 Rosemary Schraer Mentoring Award from the President's Commission on Women at Penn State University.

Ph.D., Speech Communication, University of Georgia
M.S., Communication Studies, University of North Texas
B.A.A.S., Political Science, University of North Texas
Ramsey, E.M. (2013). Using Language Well. Public Speaking: The Virtual Text.
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