Cynthia J Becker

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Title: 
Adjunct Faculty
Primary Department:
Manages: Social & Behavioral Sciences
Office Hours Additional Information 
Office hours by appointment only.

Cynthia.Becker

Education 
M.A. in Communication Studies, B.S. in Communication Studies: Emphasis in Organizational Communication
Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University
Academic Interests 
Communication Theories, Interpersonal Communication, Intrapersonal Communication, Marriage and Family Relationships, Small Group Communication, Organizational Communication, Social Media in Organizations, Intercultural Communication, Empathy, Forgiveness, Emotional and Social Intelligence, Communication Competency, Dialogic Civility, Mass Media and Media Literacy, Mindfulness, and Advocacy
College Service 
Adjunct Faculty Professional Learning Committee Mentoring Program | Fall 2018 | Estrella Mountain Community College
Affiliations 
Arizona State University Faculty Associate Professor
National Communication Association
Southwest Communication Association
Lambda Pi Eta Communication Honor Society
Publications & Intellectual Contributions 

Waldron, V., R., Becker, C., Kloeber, D., Kelley, D., Pettigrew, J., Razzante, R., Hanna, K., Magnin, V., & Smith, T. (in process). Disrupting cycles of revenge. In Kellet, P., Connaughton, S., & Cheney G. (Eds.). Conflict transformation and peacebuilding through engaged scholarship and practice. New York: Peter Lang.

Conference Presentations 

South West Communication Association (2019) Glendale Community College | Panel Presentation: G.I.F.T.S. – Great Ideas for Teaching Speech

South West Communication Association (2015) Glendale Community College | Panel Presentation: G.I.F.T.S. – Great Ideas for Teaching Speech                                                               

Northern Arizona Symposium (2015) Northern Arizona University | Poster Presentation: Meanings are in People Not Words

Arizona Communication Association (2014) Glendale Community College | Panel Presentation: Communication Volunteerism and Advocacy