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Keri Barone

Principal Lecturer

School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts
Program Director- Communication BS

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Keri Barone

Principal Lecturer

School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts
Program Director- Communication BS

Education

BA, MA, State University College at Brockport

Bio

Keri Barone has a B.A. in Communication from SUNY Brockport, and M.A. in Rhetorical Criticism also from SUNY Brockport. Since coming to RIT in 2007 as Visiting Professor, she has served as faculty advisor to the National Communication’s Honors Society, Lambda Pi Eta. She initiated the student run colloquium series, has co-organized the institute wide Public Speaking Contest and continues to facilitate guest speakers and volunteer opportunities to enhance community involvement by students.

Most recently Professor Barone was granted The Provost's Learning Innovations Grant, to propel her research on student learning outcomes and pedagogy in the area of Public Speaking. Her long-term research goals focus on marginalized groups and how the advancement of technology in communication impact perceptions of them and formulated by them.

Courses offered

  • Persuasion
  • Public Speaking
  • Advanced Public Speaking
  • Human Communication
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Mass Communication
  • Professional Communication for Business
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Currently Teaching

COMM-105
3 Credits
An introduction to the discipline of communication and the fields of advertising, journalism, and public relations. Topics include: the history and evolution of the discipline, major theories, principles of ethics, methods of research, writing styles, digital portfolio development, professional organizations, and potential careers. Students meet professors in the School, explore opportunities to engage with the professional and academic community beyond the classroom.
COMM-142
3 Credits
This course introduces students to current best practices in written and visual technical communication including writing effective email, short and long technical reports and presentations, developing instructional material, and learning the principles and practices of ethical technical communication. Course activities focus on engineering and scientific technical documents.
COMM-341
3 Credits
This course is an introduction to the study of visual communication. The iconic and symbolic demonstration of visual images used in a variety of media is stressed. The major goal of the course is to examine visual messages as a form of intentional communication that seeks to inform, persuade, and entertain specific target audiences.