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Katherine E. Armstrong

Third Year Ph.D. Candidate; COMM 308 Coordinator

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Areas of Emphasis:

Instructional Communication
Interpersonal Communication


Katherine E. Armstrong is a third year doctoral candidate from Denver, Colorado. She received her B.A. in Communication Studies from The University of Missouri-Columbia in 2017 and her M.S. in Communication Studies from Texas Christian University in 2020. Katherine's primary research emphasis is Instructional Communication with a focus on understanding students' emotional responses to instructor behaviors and the role of emotions in student learning and performance. She is also interested in interpersonal communication in the context of information management and uncertainty. Katherine has previously taught COMM 104: Public Communication and COMM 201: Communication Research Methods, COMM 308: Nonverbal Communication, and COMM 309: Health Communication. In Fall 2022, Katherine will be teaching COMM 104: Public Communication and COMM 309: Health Communication. Katherine will also serve as the COMM 308 Course Coordinator for Fall 2022.


B.A., Communication Studies, University of Missouri-Columbia 
M.S., Communication Studies, Texas Christian University