Cheryl K. Hebert

Title: 
Communication Faculty
Primary Department:
Manages: Social & Behavioral Sciences
 Phone: 623.935.8470
 Location: MON 237
Office Hours Additional Information 
Office Hours By Appointment

Cheryl.Hebert

Education 
PhD- Psychology ( I/O-Communication)
San Diego State University/Northcentral University
M.M.C.- Master of Mass Communication
Arizona State University (Walter Cronkite School of Media and Mass Communication)
B.S. Communication (Interpersonal)
Arizona State University
Biography 

I take an active learning approach that facilitates student engagement with the course content.  Therefore, what students study can become applicable to their lives, jobs, and educational pursuits. I am astute to the diverse learning needs of every student, and I try to assist students with developing active learning strategies so that they can ultimately take responsibility for their own learning. 

I  address students as individuals with diverse learning styles, personalities, cultures, and experiences. Keeping this in mind, the classroom (whether F2F, hybrid, or online) is always a safe and productive learning environment that helps all students become successful in their academic pursuits.
 

Academic Interests 
Interpersonal Communication, Mediated Text Affects on Interpersonal Communication Skills, Relational and Intercultural Dynamics in Small Groups, Mass Communication and Media studies, Structured mlearning to Engage Students in Course Content.
College Service 
E-learning (2005-2016),Honors Faculty Advisory Board (2005-2016), CTL Advisory(2011-2013),WLG (2013-2015), Evening Supervisor BSCS (2006-present),BIT(2013-2019)
Communication Club Adviser, Sigma Chi Eta Adviser
District Service 
Communicaton IC Chair (2017-current), MILRF Research Fellow 2017-2018, Sabbatical Rep(2010),
Affiliations 
National Communication Association, Western Speech Communication Organization, NAFSA-Association of International Educators, Project C.U.R.E Trainer,Society Industrial Organizational Psychologists
QM Rubric Certification, MILRF Fellow
Classes Current Teaching
Name Title Term Days Times/Dates
COM100 View class details for Introduction to Human Communication (COM100)Introduction to Human Communication SUM19 MAY 28 - JUN 27
COM100 View class details for Introduction to Human Communication (COM100)Introduction to Human Communication SUM19 MAY 28 - JUN 27
COM100 View class details for Introduction to Human Communication (COM100)Introduction to Human Communication SUM19 MAY 28 - JUN 27
COM100 View class details for Introduction to Human Communication (COM100)Introduction to Human Communication FAL19 AUG 19 - OCT 11
COM100 View class details for Introduction to Human Communication (COM100)Introduction to Human Communication FAL19 OCT 14 - DEC 6
COM100 View class details for Introduction to Human Communication (COM100)Introduction to Human Communication FAL19 AUG 19 - OCT 11
COM100 View class details for Introduction to Human Communication (COM100)Introduction to Human Communication FAL19 R 11:30am - 12:45pm
AUG 22 - DEC 13
COM100 View class details for Introduction to Human Communication (COM100)Introduction to Human Communication FAL19 TR 8:30am - 9:45am
AUG 20 - DEC 13
COM207 View class details for Introduction to Communication Inquiry (COM207)Introduction to Communication Inquiry FAL19 AUG 19 - DEC 13
COM230 View class details for Small Group Communication (COM230)Small Group Communication FAL19 TR 10:00am - 11:15am
AUG 20 - DEC 13