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About Sarah Feldner

As an organizational communication scholar, I focus on the interrelationships between organizational practices, societal discourses, and identity construction. My research examines identity from multiple angles: how organizations establish particular identities for themselves; how organizational identities themselves influence individual sensemaking processes; and how various voices contribute to and challenge the ways that organizational identity is constructed and conveyed.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Marquette University
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Honors and Awards

  • Dean’s Recognition Award for Outstanding Faculty Adviser, College of Communication, Marquette University, 2007
  • Way-Klingler Interdisciplinary Teaching Award, Marquette University, 2006
  • Dean’s Recognition Award for Teaching Excellence, Marquette University, 2004
  • Bruce Kendall Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2002
  • Manresa Research/Writing Award, Marquette University, 2008
  • J. William and Mary Diederich Scholar Award, Marquette University, 2008

Courses

  • CMST 1000: Introduction to Communication
  • CMST 2000: Introduction to Small Group Communication
  • CMST 2010: Communication Approaches to Interviewing
  • CMST 3200: Organizational Communication
  • CMST 4220: Commuication Approaches to Training and Development
  • CMST 4230: Managerial Communication
  • CMST 6200: Seminar in Organizational Communication

Contact Information

P.O. Box 1881
Marquette University
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
(414) 288-3491

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Articles (8)

Book Chapters (5)

Essays & Shorter Works (1)