Carly Long, MA

Carly Long Lecturer
Northern Arizona University
Communication Studies
Blg COM 16 Rm #325
Phone: 928-523-0542

Courses offered

  • COM 150: Environmental Communication
  • COM 200: Communication Theory
  • COM 301: Race, Gender and Media
  • CST 111: Fundamentals of Public Speaking
  • CST 201: Research Methods in Communication Studies
  • CST 311: Advanced Public Speaking
  • CST 315: Business and Professional Speaking
  • CST 424: Gender and Communication

Representative research and creative activity

  • Presented as part of a special event sponsored by the environmental communication interest group at the Western States Communication Association Annual Convention, 2011
  • Developed a workshop on ecofeminism and presented it at the Liberate Earth Day event, 2010
  • Presented as part of panel on Community Building for the Conference on Civic Engagement at the School of Communication at NAU, 2010
  • Prepared a series of communication workshops for environmental organizations as part of Master’s project, 2007
  • Prepared and presented a basic communication workshop as part of Voices that Beautify the Land: A Gathering for Community-based Organizing, 2007
  • Published “Patagonia: Committed to Re-Conceptualizing Corporate Communication” in Arizona Communication Association Journal 27, 2005-2006, and presented this paper as part of a panel on pedagogy, discourse, and culture at the Arizona Communication Association Conference, 2006
  • Presented “Rhetoric and Ecological Communication” as part of a special interdisciplinary panel on rhetoric and communication at Western Social Science Association Conference, 2006
  • Participated as a student panelist on the “Service Learning in the Communication Studies Capstone” panel at the Arizona Communication Association Conference, 2005

Education

1 year of Ph.D. Rhetoric and Technical Communication, Michigan Technological University, 2007-2008
M.A. Applied Communication, Northern Arizona University, 2007
B.A. Speech Communication, Northern Arizona University, 2005