Dr. Kesha Morant Williams is an Assistant Professor of Communication Arts & Sciences. She teaches courses including research methods, interpersonal, group, family and health communication. Her research interest focuses on interpersonal relationships, health communication and popular media examined through a cultural lens. She is also interested in African American communication, pro-social and anti-social behaviors, decision making, and entertainment-education. Her research has been published in Journal of Health Communication, Journal of Black Studies, Howard Journal of Communications, Journal of Media and Religion and (forthcoming) the book Inter/Cultural Communication: Representation and construction of culture in everyday interaction.
Associate Professor in Communication Arts & Sciences, Communication Arts & Sciences Department
Program Coordinator, Communication Arts & Sciences Department
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