Name/Degree: David C. Price, Ph.D.
Title/Rank: Professor of Communication, Chair of the Language and Literature Division
Office: HH 235
Phone Number: 319-385-6369
Email Address: email@example.com
Fax Number: 319-385-6363
Educational Background (degree earned, certifications or other professional designations):
Ph.D. Communication, University of Utah – 1998
M.A. Speech Communication, Idaho State University – 1988
B.A. (1987) Idaho State Univ., Speech Communication; B.A. (1987) Idaho State Univ., Journalism/Public Relations (Double Degrees, With Honors)
Comm 140 Human Communication
Comm 147 Public Speaking
Comm 207 Interpersonal Communication
Comm 246 Basic Audio Production
Comm 275 Small Group Communication
Comm 355 Organizational Communication and Leadership
Comm 398 Public Relations Practicum
Comm 447 Theory of Communication
Comm 498 Internship Coordinator - Communication
Areas of Professional interest or research:
Media and Rhetorical Theory
Research and Publications:
Articles, Book Chapters, Artwork
Artistic photograph published in Design literary magazine, 2008.
Price, D. (2006). “THINK”: Transcending Unitarian and Mormon teaching. In Spirituality, Ethnography, and Teaching, edited by Will Ashton and Diana Denton. Peter Lang Publishing. (ISBN 0-8204-8879-8)
News photographs published in La Heralda Hispana (Spanish language newspaper in Iowa) and The Doane Owl (2006)
Liahona graphic illustration published in “Latter-day Village”
Price, D. (2003-2004). A model of nothing: Silence as a communicative process. Arizona Journal of Communication 26, 9-25
Price, D. (1999). Book review [Monitoring the News: The Brilliant Launch & Sudden Collapse of the Monitor Channel by Susan Bridge]. Quarterly Journal of Speech 85, 440-441.
Price, D., & Lattin B. (1988). The death of partisanship in Idaho? A rhetorical analysis of the 1986 gubernatorial election. Rendezvous, 24 (1), 44-52
“Why not?” bi-weekly newspaper column published in newspapers in Nebraska, Iowa, and Idaho since 2003. Online articles at www.farfallabaci.com.
Many news articles written for The Crete News (Crete, Nebraska) while Managing Editor of that Newspaper. Also daily photography and page layout and design projects associated with the newspaper’s production.
Many press releases written for the Doane College — Crete High School Invitational Speech Tournament, and for Crete High School “Band Parents”.
Price, D. (2008, November). Connecting Communication Currents to Student Lives, NCA, San Diego.
Price, D. (2007, November). Finding faith in the failing student: Rousing the reluctant and inspiring the impenetrable. NCA, Chicago.
Price, D. (1996, November). Teaching leadership skills and concepts: Teaching leadership throughout the curriculum. SCA, San Diego.
Price, D. (1991, August). ‘Axe-grinders, egomaniacs, and paranoids’: The local press and the identification of media dependency differences in operating environments. AEJMC, Boston.
Price, D. (1990, February). Creating reality: Ingenious visioning by the news media. WSCA, Sacramento.
Price, D. (1989, November). A model of nothing: Silence as a communicative process. SCA, San Francisco.
Price, D. (1989, February). The missing beacon: Candidate and media perceptions of news coverage in a local election. WSCA, Spokane, Wash.
Price, D. (1989, February). Rural/non-metropolitan newsroom communication: A survey of ten western newspapers. WSCA, Spokane.
Price, D. (1988, May). Glasnost on trial: A rhetorical analysis of Gorbachev’s response to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Conference on Rhetorical Criticism, Hayward, California.
Price, D. (1988, April). From WIGO to the front page: The semantic development of news. Northwest Speech Communication Assn, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Additional undergraduate presentations made to Communication Conferences at DePauw, Indiana; Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; and Las Cruces, New Mexico.
National Communication Association
Iowa Communication Association
Iowa Collegiate Media Association
Campus Involvement (committees chaired, organizations advised, etc.):
Assessment Committee – Chair
Academic Executive Council
Faculty Executive Committee
Service Learning Committee
MWF 10 to 11 a.m.
MWF 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.