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Cicely Wilson

Cicely Wilson

Online Instructor-Coordinator, Communication & Film

Phone
(901) 678-3173
Fax
(901) 678-4331
Office
245K Arts & Communication Building
Office Hours
Contact for office hours.

About 

Dr. Cicely Wilson joined the department full time in 2019. As an instructional communication scholar, her research interests focus on the impact of first-generation college students' communication apprehension on college retention. She plans to continue investigating the impact of communication apprehension on college students' academic success.

Her 20-year teaching career focused primarily on teaching adult learners, first-generation college students, and students at risk of college attrition. Dr. Wilson's teaching expertise lies in Public Speaking, Organizational Communication, Interpersonal Communication, and Leadership Communication.

The Arkansas native is an avid reader, a fan of British murder mysteries, and a superhero enthusiast.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Communication, University of Memphis, 2013
Master of Arts, English, University of Memphis, 2006
Master of Arts, Speech Communication, Kansas State University, 2002
Bachelor of Arts, English, Philander Smith College, 1999

Publications 

Wei, F., Lundy, A. and Wilson, C. (2019). A new method of using student self-assessment: bridging gaps between teaching content and student learning. Communication Teacher, 33, 315-328. doi:10.1080/17404622.2019.1575436

Hendrix, K. G., & Wilson, C. (2014). Virtual invisibility: Race and Communication Education. Communication Education, 63, 405-428. doi: 10.1080/03634523.2014.934852

Wilson, C. T. (reprint 2013). Carmichael's use of Aristotle and Quintilian's rhetorical theories of emotional appeal to promote black consciousness. In P.J. Daniels (Ed.), The Power of the Word: The Sacred and the Profane (106-120). United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Wilson, C. T. (2012). Carmichael's use of Aristotle and Quintilian's rhetorical theories of emotional appeal to promote Black consciousness. The Researcher: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 25 (1), 25-48.