KAYLENE A. GEBERT
Office: Martin Honors College, Room 220: Phone: 615-898-5263
Dr. Gebert teaches courses in communication studies and organizational communication. She has recently taught Public Speaking; Introduction to Organizational Communication, the Theory, History, and Criticism of Rhetoric, Senior Seminar in Communication, Strategic Communication in Organizations, Political Communication, and the Rhetoric of Social Protest.
She previously served in higher education administration in Louisiana, Chicago, Nashville, Pennsylvania, Alabama and at MTSU. Dr. Gebert is active in the community and serves on a number of boards. She is currently working on some communication studies course revisions and a paper on Eamon DeValera.
For teaching schedules, please see Courses in the left navigation area.
Professor, Middle Tennessee State University, (August 2009 -
Teach classes in communication, advise students, and work on integrating technology and assessment into the classroom. Participate in Faculty Learning Communities. Serve on the Instructional Technology Committee (chair), University Executive Computing Committee, League of Women Voters Board, the Women in STEM (WISTEM) Center Advisory Board, O’More College of Design Board, NADE Emeritus President Council, and Honors Council (president 2011-12). Member of AAUW, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Women in Higher Education in Tennessee (WHET), SSCA,other professional organizations, and a First Presbyterian Church elder.
Ph.D. in Historical and Contemporary Communication with minors in Theatre and Victorian Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 1980
M.A. in Theatre Production with minor in Public Address, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1968
B.A. double major in English and Speech-Drama and teacher certification, Hanover College, Hanover, IN, 1966