702 South Wright Street
Urbana IL 61801
Pam is a PhD student in the Department of Communication where she studies how abstract, complex issues are communicated visually. Recent projects studied photographs produced during the housing crisis during 2008 and the environmental movement during the 1970s.
In 2020, Pam is teaching CMN 323: Argumentation.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Shy the Dalmatian/Beagle, and baking bread and cookies in the kitchen. She's a coffee fan and also loves the rain, two influences from the time she spent living in Seattle for her undergraduate degree.
MA, Syracuse University, Communication and Rhetorical Studies
BA, BAC, Pacific Lutheran University, Communication and Political Science
CMN 340: Visual Politics
CMN 323: Argmentation
CMN 111 & 112: Introduction to Oral and Written Communication I & II