Communication Textbook the Work of Eight Faculty and Staff
By Elizabeth Tollefson on
Monday, February 5, 2018
A new communication textbook, Interpersonal Communication in Multiple Contexts: Representative Anecdotes, has been published by Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.
The textbook is authored and edited by Professor Mark Huglen, and several other current University of Minnesota Crookston faculty and staff members are contributors, including Christine Bakke, Megan Bell,Brandy Chaffee, Heidi Guggisberg-Coners, Alvin Killough, Rachel McCoppin, and Amrita Shenoy.
Each chapter of the book considers interpersonal communication from a different perspective by presenting a case study scenario within a context before interpreting and explaining the interpersonal communication.
Learn more about the book at https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/interpersonal-communication-multiple-contexts-representative-anecdotes.
In the photo, back row, left to right, are Rachel McCoppin, Christine Bakke, Chancellor Mary Holz-Clause, Megan Bell, Alvin Killough, Heidi Guggisberg-Coners, and Vice Chancellor Barbara Keinath.
Seated are Amrita Shenoy, Mark Huglen, and Brandy Chaffee.