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Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (2004)
M.A., University of Texas at El Paso (1999)
B.A., University of Texas at El Paso (1994)
CCOM 2000 Issues in Corporate Communication
CMST 3000 Theories of Communication Studies
CMST 3200 Organizational Communication
CMST 4260 New Communication Technologies in the Workplace
CMST 4600 Communication Consulting
COMM 6002 Communication Research in Action
CMST 6200 Organization Communication
Organizational Communication; New Communication Technologies & Computer-Mediated Communication; Electronic Monitoring and Surveillance in the Workplace
National Communication Association
International Communication Association
D'Urso, S. C., Fyke, J. P., & Torres, D. H. (2014). Exploring organizational communication (micro) history through network connections, The Review of Communication, 14(2), 89-106.
D’Urso, S. C., & Scott, C. R. (2011). Engaging the digitally engaged student: Comparing technology-mediated communication use and effects on student learning [CH 9]. In S. P. Ferris (Ed.), Teaching, learning with the net generation: Concepts and tools for reaching digital learners (pp. 150-170). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Feldner, S. B., & D'Urso, S. C. (2010). Threads of intersection and distinction: Joining an ongoing conversation within organizational communication research. Communication Research Trends, 29(1), 4-28.
D'Urso, Scott C. & S.A Rains (2008). Examining the scope of channel expansion: A test of channel expansion theory with new and traditional communication media. Management Communication Quarterly, 21, 486-507.
D’Urso, S. C. (2006). Who’s watching us at work? Toward a structural-perceptual model of electronic monitoring and surveillance in organizations. Communication Theory, 16, 282-303.
D'Urso, S. C., & Fyke, J. P. (2015, October), Organizational Communication Mini-Conference, "Organizational Communication Genealogy Project - Website Introduction," Paper presented and Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
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