About Chin-Chung Chao
Dr. Chin-Chung Chao is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication at University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her primary research interests span conflict management, leadership, interpersonal, intercultural and organizational communication. She has won 2009 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award and top paper award in the Chinese Communication Division at the 96th and Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division at the 98th NCA convention. She currently serves as the program planner of ACCS (Association for Chinese Communication Studies) and the chair of APACS (Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies).
|Present||Associate Professor, University of Nebraska at Omaha ‐ College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media|
|Present||Chair of Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies, University of Nebraska at Omaha|
Leadership, Organizational Communication, Intercultural Communication, and Quantitative/Qualitative/Mass Communication Research Method
Honors and Awards
- Faculty Research International (FRI) Grant, UNO 2013: $5000
- Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award: $2500
- Travel Grant to the 2013 International Communication Association Convention, London: $3000
- Top Paper Awards at the 96th and 98th National Communication Association Conventions
Omaha, NE 68132
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