INSTRUCTOR, LAMBUTH CAMPUS, COMMUNICATION AND FILM
Lauren Johnsen is an instructor at the Lambuth campus, joining the faculty in 2020.
She teachers courses on oral communication, intercultural communication, as well as
relational, family, and health communication.
Lauren studies the intersections of interpersonal, family, and health communication, focusing on areas such as postpartum mood disorders and fathering and maternal health.
Ph.D., University of Missouri, 2021
M.A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2016
B.A., Iowa State University, 2014
Cherney, M., Fetherson, M., & Johnsen, L. J. (2018). Online course group literature: A review and critique. Small Group Research,
49, 98-128. doi:10.1177/1046496417721627
Johnsen, L. J., Robinson, T., & Luckasen, C. (2017). Communication privacy management and learning disabilities in the classroom: understanding students' rules for disclosure. The Florida Journal of Communication, 45, 13-27.
Horstman, H. K., Butauski, M., Johnsen, L. J., & Colaner, C. (2017). The communication privacy management of adopted individuals in their social networks: Disclosure decisions in light of the discourse of biological normativity. Communication Studies, 68, 296-313. doi:10.1080/10510974.2017.1324890