Sarah Mayberry Scott
PhD Graduate Student, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION
Sarah Mayberry Scott is a fourth year doctoral student researching and writing her dissertation on disability and d/Deaf rhetorics. She lives, works, and resides in northeast Arkansas with her husband and two children, Cameron (7) and Nora (4).
M.A., Speech Communication and Theatre, Arkansas State University, 2008
B.A., Communication Studies, University of North Carolina Wilmington, 2003
Director, The Communication Center, Arkansas State University, 2017-present
Instructor, Communication Studies, Arkansas State University, 2003-present
Honors & Awards
University of Memphis, Department of Communication Graduate Student Award for Research,
Arkansas State University, College of Media and Communication, Teacher of the Year, 2015
Disability and d/Deafness rhetorics and their relationship to performance and sound
Principles of Public Relations
Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
Communication Training and Peer Mentoring
Gender in Communication
Special Topics: Race, Rap, and Revolution in Hamilton the Musical
Communication Center Practicum
Mayberrry Scott, Sarah. (Fall 2017). Writing in communication. Pack Prints 2nd Edition. Ed. Airek Beauchamp. Hayden-McNeil Publishing: Plymouth, MI.
Mayberry Scott, Sarah. (Summer 2017). Re-orienting sound studies' aural fixation: Christine Sun Kim's ""Subjective loudness,"" Sounding out! https://soundstudiesblog.com/2017/06/05/re-orienting-sound-studies-aural-fixation-christine-sun-kims/
Mayberry Scott, Sarah. (Fall 2016). Pole-vaulting in the archive:
A self-reflective, feminist engagement with one student's jump into archiving. Carolinas Communication Annual, 32, 59-71.