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Dr. Eugenie Almeida earned her Ph.D. in Communication at the University of Buffalo. In her graduate studies, she acquired expertise in both quantitative and qualitative research approaches including survey research, content analysis and critical cultural approaches. She specializes in theories and methodologies designed to study language and social interaction such as discourse theory and analysis, conversational analysis, and ethnography. Most of her published work are discourse analyses of newspaper language and include articles in Text, Texas Linguistic Forum, and Carolinas Communication Annual. She has also performed research in the area of communication competence and has published her articles in Communication Education and the International Journal of Learning. She regularly presents her research at conferences and is an active member of the Southern States Communication Association where she has served as the Chair of the Division of Language and Social Interaction. Dr. Almeida has taught a wide range of courses in Interpersonal Communication, Organizational Communication and Mass Communication. Previously, she taught at other universities including the University of Minnesota/Morris, Drexel University and Marshall University. Dr. Almeida has been teaching at Fayetteville State University since 2001 and her courses include Interpersonal Communication, Public Speaking, Media Writing, Group Discussion, Argumentation and Debate, Organizational Communication, and Intercultural Communication. Dr. Almeida was an important member of the  Planning Committee that designed the new B.A. in Communication which is starting in Spring 2006.

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Dr. Eugenie Almeida
Dept. of Performing and Fine Arts
Fayetteville State University
1200 Murchison Rd.
Fayetteville, NC 28301


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