Eastern Michigan University
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Ethel Kluesner

Full-Time Lecturer

Ethel Kluesner 602D Pray Harrold

734-487-3178

ekluesner@emich.edu

Degrees

  • Certifications - Michigan Virtual University - Online Teaching, 2002
  • MA - Communication, 1999
  • BS - Eastern Michigan University, 1998

Professional Associations/Memberships

Representative Courses Taught

  • CTAC  124 - Foundations of Speech Communication
  • CTAC  225 - Listening Behavior
  • CTAC  226 - Nonverbal  Communication
  • CTAC  354 - Organizational Communication
  • CTAC  227 - Interpersonal Communication
  • CTAC  260 - Gender Communication
  • CTAC  274 - Intercultural Communication
  • CTAC  359 - Small Group Communication

Advising

Biography

Ethel Kluesner  is a native Michigander and has spent her life in the following southeastern Michigan towns, Detroit, South Lyon and Hartland. She has taught at Oakland County Community College and Lansing Community College in addition to being a teaching graduate student  here at Eastern Michigan University. Looking at her degrees and current teaching one could call her a homegrown Eastern educator. Her current areas of special interest are in Speaking Anxiety,  Nonverbal Messages  and Listening Behaviors.

The Department of Communication, Media & Theatre Arts is part of the College of Arts & Sciences, 214 Pray-Harrold, 734.487.4344